Pulcini joins the School of Nursing faculty from the City University of New York's Hunter-Bellevue School of Nursing, where she taught for the past seven years and was a co-winner of that school's President's Teaching Incentive Award in 1998.
In addition to nursing degrees from St. Anselm's College and Boston University, Pulcini holds a certificate from the pediatric nurse practitioner program at Northeastern University. She also earned a doctorate in social policy from the Florence Heller School at Brandeis University.
She has also taught at New York Medical College's Westchester Institute for Human Development, and the nursing schools at Columbia, Northeastern and Boston universities.
Pulcini is teaching two graduate level courses on advanced practice nursing.
Asst. Prof. Robert P. Sroufe Jr.
A member of the Carroll School of Management's Operations and Strategic Management Department, Sroufe focuses his research on environmental business practices.
Sroufe received his doctorate in operations management from the Eli Broad Graduate School of Management at Michigan State University, where he was a National Science Foundation Research Associate and won an award for excellence in teaching and research.
He earned his MBA at Michigan State with a dual concentration in operations and purchasing after finishing his undergraduate work in environmental law and criminal justice at Lake Superior State University.
Sroufe is teaching Management and Operations, Supply Chain Management and International Business Management.
Asst. Prof. Mohan Subramaniam
Also joining Operations and Strategic Management is Subramaniam, who specializes in the strategic management of knowledge and intellectual capital.
The recipient of a doctorate in management policy from Boston University, Subramaniam holds an MBA from the Indian Institute of Management and a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from M.S. University in Baroda, India.
In addition to his academic credentials, Subramaniam has also been a manager for BPL INDIA, a subsidiary of Sanyo, Japan, where he established and oversaw a $50 million sales and distribution enterprise.
His Boston College classes include Strategy and Policy and Managing in the Global Environment.
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