Suresh Chandran, PhD
Areas of Expertise
- Corporate Entrepreneurship
- Corporate Social Responsibility
- Global Management
- Intellectual Property and Employee Rights
- Technological Innovation
Chandran, Suresh, and Anandarajan, Murugan, Decision Support System for Selecting Alternatives to Jet Fuel: Impacts of Emissions, Production Costs and Carbon Pricing. Journal of Management and Sustainability 10 (Jun 2020): 13.
Chandran, Suresh, Holder, Mark, Devpura, Amit, and Lee, Anthony, “Aligning Data Analytics and Supply Chain Strategy in the Biopharmaceutical Industry.” Aligning Business Strategies and Analytics, Ed. Murugan Anandarajan and Teresa D. Harrison. Switzerland: Springer, (2018): 14.
Chandran, Suresh, and Powell, William, “Improving Fleet Management Strategy and Operational Intelligence with Predictive Analytics.” Aligning Business Strategies and Analytics, Ed. Murugan Anandarajan and Teresa D. Harrison. Switzerland: Springer, (2018): 15.
Chandran, Suresh, and Kasat, Rahul, “Aligning Data Analytics and Strategy in the Chemical Industry.” Aligning Business Strategies and Analytics, Ed. Murugan Anandarajan and Teresa D. Harrison. Switzerland: Springer, (2018): 15.
Chandran, Suresh, Technology Management with Carbon Capture and Storage as a Game Changer in the Fight Against Climate Change, Climate Year: Global Research Symposium: Philadelphia, PA, (Apr 2021):
Chandran, Suresh, Lessons from the Covid-19 Pandemic to Address Another Looming Global Problem: Climate Change and Sustainability, Keynote and Plenary Speaker, International Conference on the Pandemic Turn: Challenges, Direction and Innovation in the New Order. V. G. Vaze College: Mumbai, India, (Feb 2021):
PhD - Vanderbilt University 1995
2016 Distinguished Teaching Fellow Award (LeBow College of Business)
2016 - 2018 Distinguished Fellow of Center of Teaching Excellence (LeBow College of Business)
Foodies across Philadelphia celebrated on April 3 as chef, restaurateur and Drexel LeBow EMBA student Kevin Sbraga got back into the kitchen.
Four first-year MBA students faced challenges from the weather and from judges’ difficult questions en route to finishing second in a case competition.