Associate Professor, Management
Professor Thomas teaches graduate and undergraduate classes in Environment of Business.
His current research focuses on corporate environmental management, sustainable business strategies, and how companies manage conflicts of interest.
Before coming to San Francisco State University, he spent five years as a consultant in local economic development, market research, and PR strategy for high-tech companies.
He began his academic career as an assistant professor in the University of Washington's School of Business Administration, where he spent eight years teaching courses in business, government, and society. While there, he conducted research primarily in business political strategy and corporate environmental management, and co-founded the first M.B.A. Environmental Managment program in the U.S.
Office Hours: Not available in summer
Location: BUS 340
Advising Duties: Advisor/UG
- PhD (1989), University of California, Berkeley (Bus. & Public Policy)
- MBA (1985), University of California, Berkeley
- MPP (1979), University of Michigan (Public Policy Studies)
- BA (1976), University of Florida (Social Science Analysis)