Professor David Souder is currently the Interim Campus Director for UConn Stamford and the Academic Director of the School’s Executive Programs. He has previously served the School of Business as the Interim Dean and the Associate Dean for Graduate Programs. Before joining academia, he obtained a decade of private-sector experience, primarily as a strategy consultant based in New York and London.
David Souder is a Professor and the PhD Coordinator for the Management Department of the UConn School of Business, where he has taught courses in strategic management, statistics, and entrepreneurship since 2007. He earned his BS from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, with concentrations in Finance and Strategic Management, and his PhD in Strategic Management and Organization from the University of Minnesota. Dr. Souder’s research focuses on corporate short-termism and long-term thinking, and he frequently speaks with business groups and media members on related topics. In conjunction with the Network for Business Sustainability, he is the lead author of a systematic review and executive report on ways to incorporate long-term thinking into current business decisions.