Steve Molloy is a Professor Emeritus at Canisius College, a Jesuit University in Buffalo, NY. Steve received his H.B.A in Marketing and Finance from Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Canada, his MBA in Marketing and Finance from York University in Toronto, Canada, and his Ph.D. in Business Strategy from Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana. In addition to Canisius, Steve has taught at the University of Nebraska, Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Graduate School of Business in Amman, Jordan, IESEG School of Management in Lille, France and EM Strasbourg Business School, Strasbourg, France.
Professor Molloy has published and presented in a number of areas, including Information Technology and Strategic Decision Making, Entrepreneurship, Not-For-Profit Organizations, Family and Minority Owned Businesses, Microfinance in Emerging Markets, the Use of Metaphors and Analogies in Strategy, and Price Controls in the Pharmaceutical Industry. Professor Molloy’s teaching interests are Business Strategy, Sustainable Development, International Business, Emerging Markets, Entrepreneurship, Franchising, and Business and Society/Ethics. Professor Molloy has received the Donald Calvert MBA Teaching Award and the Service Learning Award at Canisius.
Professor Molloy’s interests include travel, photography (both still and drone), automobiles and home construction. Steve and his wife, Brenda (a fractal artist), designed and built an environmentally sustainable, all-electric home which is net positive (it produces more electricity than it consumes — including the charging of their all-electric car). Both Steve and his wife are dual citizens of Canada and the USA.
This will be Steve’s second voyage. Previously, he and his wife sailed on the Fall 2011 Semester at Sea voyage, where he taught Foundations of International Business, Sustainable Ventures, and Entry Strategies in Emerging Markets.
As fascinating as it was to journey around the world, what he valued the most from his previous trip were the people — amazing students, other shipboard community members and those he met in each port. This is what he looks forward to the most on the Spring 2019 voyage.