Mitchell, Duane

Mitchell, Duane

Dr. Duane Mitchell
Director of Business Program and Assistant Professor of Business Management
Division of Management and Education

Contact Information:

146 Swarts Hall

Degrees and Credentials:
D.B.A. Leadership and Organizational Behavior, Wilmington University 2015
M.B.A. Finance Management, Goldey-Beacom College 2008
B.S. Accounting, Eastern Connecticut State University 1997

Academic Focus:

Dr. Mitchell enjoys studying the relationship between managers and employees and how leaders influence organizational outcomes.

Short Bio:

Dr. Mitchell was born in Connecticut where he met his beautiful and stylish wife Christina.  They have been married for 23 years!  The couple relocated to Bradford, PA in 2015 where they currently reside with their two dogs, Betty-Boop and Duke and their two daughters Hannah and Charlotte.  They also have a spiritually adopted daughter Clementine and her nine year old son, Elliot.

When he is not teaching, Dr. Mitchell enjoys creating art which he began producing in quantities by the age of six.  He participated in the CREST (Creative Resources Enriching Student Talents) program, a creative arts model for gifted elementary school students which offers courses in the visual and performing arts using community resources and artists to broaden and enrich children's creativity through general exploratory activities, group training activities, and individual and small group projects and performances.  Several of his pictures were published in a limited edition book (300 Copies) entitled “Metamorphoses of the C.R.E.S.T. artists and poets” in 1982.  During middle school and in high school, he completed most of the art courses offered by the end of ninth grade.  In college, he minored in Studio Art with a focus on the use of color and printmaking techniques under the instruction of Professor Imna Arroyo at Eastern Connecticut State University.  He sold his first print to the permanent collection of the Akus Gallery at Eastern during his senior year of college.

Research, Accomplishments, and Publications:

Mitchell, D. E. (2015). The relationship of transformational leadership behaviors with organizational commitment, job satisfaction, and productivity at one investment services company in the Mid-Atlantic region (Doctoral dissertation).  May be retrieved from ProQuest. (UMI No. 3700778)