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Paul Ewell

Paul L. Ewell

Professor of Management, Business, and Economics
Dean of Virginia Wesleyan
University Global Campus


Degrees Held

B.A., Virginia Wesleyan College
M.B.A., Salisbury State University
D.B.A., Nova Southeastern University

Office Location: 205 Clarke Hall
Phone: 757-233-8810
Email: pewell@vwu.edu
Department/s:
- Management, Business and Economics
- VWU Global Campus
- VWU Online
- Graduate Studies
Personal Website

Dr. Paul L. Ewell holds a D.B.A. from the H. Wayne Huizenga School of Business and Entrepreneurship at Nova Southeastern University and an M.B.A. from the Perdue School of Business at Salisbury University. He serves on the editorial board for the Society for Advancement of Management and has served as the advisor for numerous SAM campus chapters. His professional memberships include APICS, ISM, and SE INFORMS. His professional interests and research focus on IT-enabled supply chain management and logistics. He is also a member of the Eastern Shore of Virginia Historical Society and has a secondary interest in the Chesapeake Bay commercial fishing industry.

Publications and Conference Presentations:
Young, S. and Ewell, P. Conference Paper: "Web-based Supply Chain Management Strategies: A Survey of Current Techniques within the Transportation Logistics Sector"; Presented at the International Conference of the Society for Advancement of Management; Las Vegas, NV, Spring, 2007

Ewell, Paul. Conference paper: "The
Passion Model: An 8-Step Approach to Results Oriented Business Management Education"; Presented at the International Conference of the Society for Advancement of Management; Las Vegas, NV, Spring, 2005

Holliday, V. and Ewell,P. Conference paper: "The World of Management Is Constantly Changing: Are You ready?"; Presented at the International Conference of the Society for Advancement of Management; Las Vegas, NV, Spring, 2005

Ewell, Paul. (2001). "Improving Student Success in Principles of Accounting." Presented in Inquiry, Spring, 2001

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