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Charles Crowell, MA

Associate Professor, The McCormick Division of Business


  • ABD, Lancaster University, U.K.
  • MA, Goddard College, 1972
  • BA, University of Pittsburgh, 1970

Teaching Experience

  • Associate Professor, The McCormick Division of Business, Southern Vermont College, 2008-present
  • Associate Professor of Management, School for International Training Graduate Institute, Brattleboro, Vt., 1999-2002
  • Associate Faculty, Organization and Management, Antioch New England, 1993-1998
  • Assistant Professor, Business Administration, Champlain College, 1989-1992
  • Assistant Professor, Business Administration, Lyndon State College, 1977-1978


  • Operational Finance
  • Real Estate Finance
  • Investments
  • New Ventures
  • Contemporary Issues in Globalization

Academic Research/Interests

Contemporary management and organizational theory. Complex inquiry in virtual (Web-based) environments (capital, organizational structure, growth stage transitions, crises) of small organizations, sustainable, small-scale agriculture.

On Being at SVC

I chose to work at SVC because of its entrepreneurial spirit. I have been given enormous freedom to innovate and design a program which is grounded in professional practice, responsive to contemporary management, and second to none in terms of meeting students' interests and needs.

  • Publications and Presentations

    "Handbook of Education and Corporate Training" (with J. Stevens-Long), 2002
    "Using Computer-Mediated Conferencing," OD Network Annual Conference, New Orleans, 1998
    "A critical role for telecommunications," Conference Proceedings. University of Rhode Island, 1996
    "Doing business in the new republic of Russia," interview on WCAX-TV, 1992
    "Some comment on the socio-cultural practices in contemporary Japan and competition strategies," paper presented at Champlain College, 1991

  • Highlights

    August 2014 - Professor Crowell was appointed to the Advisory Board for Lever, a business incubator, in North Adams, Mass., which combines entrepreneurship and social innovation and focuses on student projects. For more information, go to

    Professor Crowell co-authored some of the work in the second edition of The Handbook of Online Learning, by Kjeli Erik Rudestam and Judith Schoenholtz, published by Sage Publications. The Handbook is a comprehensive reference text for teachers and administrators of online courses and programs, presenting a discussion of the conceptual and theoretical foundations of online learning along with an exploration of practical implementation strategies.

    Professor Crowell published an article on June 15 on the website, entitled The Kindle Factor which talks the incorporation of the new technology in the BTE classroom this fall. The web article has been widely commented on and picked up by other technology-focused websites, spurred an interview with the Vermont Press Bureau and has been tweeted about! Read the article.

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