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Michael H. Bzullak

Prof Bzullak
Adjunct Lecturer
Internship Advisor
Web Advisor
Management Marketing Department
Phone: 860 768-4828 Room A310K
bzullak@hartford.edu  




Courses:

BAR 270
Cooperative Education

BAR 480
Internship

ENT 480
Internship in Entrepreneurship

MGT 480
Internship in Management

MKT 480
Internship in Marketing

MBA 985
Internship in Business

Mr. Bzullak started teaching at the Barney School in the fall of 1998 as a Visiting Assistant Professor after many years as a practitioner in the field of Management Information Systems. In addition to his teaching duties, he has participated in the redesign, implementation and maintenance of the Barney School web site and, as the internship advisor for the Management and Marketing Department, introduces undergraduate students to the real world as part of Barney’s Career Ready Focus.

Education:
MBA, the Barney School
BA in Engineering Science, Dartmouth College

Research Interests:
Experiential education, History of computing,
Information security

Selected Scholarship Books and Articles:
Eyong B. Kim, Kijoo Kim, Michael Bzullak, (2012) "A survey of internship programs for management undergraduates in AACSB-accredited institutions", International Journal of Educational Management, Vol. 26 Iss: 7, pp.696 - 709

Kim, Eugene B. and Bzullak, Michael H. (2008). "Does Enterprise Size Matter in Achieving Information Security?" Review of Business Research, 8, 6, 41-49.

Recent Presentations:
"Does Enterprise Size Matter in Achieving Information Security?" International Academy of Business and Economics Annual Conference, Las Vegas, NV (October 2008).

Professional Activities:
Member, Association for Information Systems.
Member, International Academy of Business and Economics.

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