Samuel Rohr

Assistant Professor of Management, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science

"The ability to gather, manipulate, and interpret data is an essential skill set in today's workplace. Not only do our students learn those essential skill, but they learn how to make sound, ethical decisions based on the information. Being a small part our Masters in Data Science program at Saint Mary's College is exciting opportunity for me to make an impact on the future workforce."

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In the Masters in Data Science program, I teach the Project Management course. Prior to academia, I spent a great deal of my career in the residential construction business. In that capacity, I helped coordinate several construction projects ranging from small remodeling projects to an entire new house.


PhD, Indiana State University

Area of Expertise

Project Management

Human Resource Management

Case method teaching

Research Interests

Human Resource Management
Case Method Teaching
Educational Administration Issues

Graduate Courses Taught

BUAD: 546 Project Management

Professional Experience

Purdue Northwest, Assistant Professor

University of Saint Francis, Assistant Professor

Wright State University, Assistant Professor

Rohr & Son Construction, Foreman

Awards and Honors

  • Outstanding Teaching Award, Purdue University Northwest
  • Best Paper, Clute Institute

Professional Memberships

  • Society of Human Resource Management
  • Southern Academy of Management

Conference Presentations

Vihtelic, J., Fitwi, A., Rogers, J. & Rohr, S. (2017, March 24). International Speed Dating: Add Global Spice to your Course! MBAA International Conference. Chicago, IL.


Smith, S., Rohr, S., Panton, R. (2018). Human resource management and ethical challenges: building a culture for organization success. Journal of Public Leadership. Vol. 14 Issue: 2, pp.66-79.

Rohr, S. (2016). "Harnessing the power of the job description", Human Resource Management International Digest, Vol. 24 Issue: 6, pp.8 – 11.

Rohr, S. & Grossnickle, A. (2016). Case Method Teaching: Creating Knowledge in the Classroom. Journal of Excellence in Business Education. Volume 4, Issue 1.