Uday Shinde, Ph.D.

  Associate Professor
  708-235-7638 ext. 7638
  Office Location:

G274


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  College: COB
  Entrepreneurship
  

Uday Shinde, PhD, earned his Master of Science in Sociology from Indiana State University and his PhD in Business Administration from Southern Illinois University. Dr. Shinde is an Assistant Professor of Management at Governors State  University where he teaches Management (Business Ethics, Organizational Behavior) and  Entrepreneurship. Dr. Shinde enjoys conducting research in disciplines such as workplace spirituality, entrepreneurship, ethics and social responsibility.

 

Dr. Shinde’s teaching philosophy and style is based on providing his students with holistic perspectives in business by bringing the latest research and developments to the classroom. His priority is to see students succeed by preparing them for a dynamic job market in a globalized society but with immense awareness of their potential as agents of positive change. Teaching for Dr. Shinde is a joy — a means to make a difference and to contribute in whatever small way towards building a beautiful future. He considers it an ever evolving learning process. "The idea is to find balance; becoming, in the words of Mahatma Gandhi, a 'practical idealist.'"

 

Towards this end, Dr. Shinde continues to pursue an active research agenda and his work has been published in peer reviewed journals such as the Journal of Human Values (2018), the Journal of Ethical and Legal Issues (2018) and the Journal of Organizational Psychology (2015). He has also presented in several peer reviewed academic conferences including those held by the Western Academy of Management and the Southwest Academy of Management, where he has in the past served as Track Chair for the Division of Social Responsibility and Ethics. Dr. Shinde’s research interests include eclectic topics such as Spirituality in the Workplace, Mindfulness in Business, Entrepreneurship, Business Ethics, and Social Responsibility. 

Curriculum Vitae