This year, 15 teacher-researchers have joined EM Normandie’s teaching staff team. With 29 different nationalities, the Faculty, under new management led by Sylvaine Castellano, attracts the best talent. Staff are drawn to its academic excellence, the EM Normandie spirit, an educational model based on Edtech to enrich the student experience, an educational innovation centre and the support provided for teachers. In keeping with the school's "School for Life, School for Good, School for All" philosophy, everyone shares the ambition of leading the School to become the best French higher education teaching and research institution in the world.
To strengthen the specialisms and research areas that give EMN its enviable reputation, Sylvaine Castellano, who holds a doctorate in management science from the University of Luxembourg, Professor of strategy, Director of research since 2020, has been appointed Dean of Faculty.
She is supported by Virginie Hachard, who has a doctorate in management science from the University of Caen-Normandy, Associate Professor of finance and accounting, and is now Deputy Dean of Faculty and Director of Educational Projects. She establishes and implements EM Normandie's strategy in terms of changing pedagogical models.
Together, they have restructured the school's five departments: Economy, regions & sustainable development / Marketing / HR & organisation / strategy & entrepreneurship / Supply Chain Management & digital.
Amandine Laré holds a doctorate in economics from the University of Rouen-Normandie. An Associate Professor of social and solidarity-based economy, she has become head of the Department of Economy, Regions & Sustainable Development, which welcomes new recruits Lucas Durand, Noukignon Kone-Silue and Marine Bastiège.
Lucas Durand, doctorate in geography from Grenoble Alpes University,
Assistant Professor of regional development and Academic Director of the M2/MS Regional Development Str@tegies.
Noukignon Kone-Silue, holds a doctorate in Economics from the University of Rouen-Normandy, and is Assistant Professor of economics.
Marine Bastiège, doctorate in management science, University of La Rochelle,
Assistant Professor of accounting and public management.
Julian Hoffmann, PhD in Management, University of Cologne, Germany,
Associate Professor of Marketing, he is the new head of the Marketing Department.
Diana Santistevan, doctorate in management science from the University of Paris-Dauphine-PSL,
Associate Professor of intercultural management and organisational behaviour, she has been appointed Head of the HR & Organisation Department.
Mario Mendoza, doctorate in management science from the University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne,
Doctorate in strategic management, Ecricome/ NEOMA Business School,
Assistant professor of strategy
New head of the Strategy & Entrepreneurship Department, which this year has also welcomed:
César Baena, PhD in Political Science, London School of Economics and Political Science-UK, Professor of Strategy, Director of Postgraduate Programmes.
Samah Jradi, doctorate in management science, Kedge Business School,
Associate Professor of Supply Chain Management and Logistics
She leads the Supply Chain Management & Digital Department, which has taken on 4 new teacher-researchers:
Moacir Godinho Filho, HDR, PhD in Industrial Engineering, Federal University of São Carlos, Brazil,
Professor of Supply Chain Management,
Academic Director of the M2/MSc International Logistics and Port Management and M2/MSc Supply Chain Management courses.
Vincent Dutot, HDR, IAE Poitiers, Doctorate in Business Administration, Laval University, Canada,
Professor of Information Systems Management and Digital Marketing
Academic Director of M2 Digital Strategy and Innovation.
Jacob Puchinger, Doctorate in computer science, TU Wien, Austria,
Professor of Supply Chain Management and Logistics.
Mohammadali Vosooghidizaji, PhD in Management Sciences, University of Le Havre- Normandy,
Associate Professor of Supply Chain Management.
The following members of staff have joined the Law, Finance and Audit Department:
Valentina Febo, finance doctoral student, University of Bologna, Italy,
Assistant Professor of finance.
Charbel Salloum, HDR in Management Science, University of Lille, Doctorate in Management Science, University of Aix-Marseille III,
Associate Professor of Finance and Academic Director of M2 Audit Finance on the Master’s in Management (Programme Grande Ecole).
Meena Jafferali Global Master of Business Administration, University of London South Bank, UK, Assistant Professor of Finance and Academic Director of M2 Fintech and M1 Global Track on the Master’s in Management (Programme Grande Ecole).
Yasmine Essafi Zouari PhD in Finance - University of Paris Dauphine,
Assistant Professor of finance.
Irina Cirovic, LLCE (languages, literature, foreign and regional civilisations) Master’s with English - University of Le Havre-Normandy, DEA (advanced Master’s degree) in Germanic languages (doctorate level) - University of Vladivostok (Russia),
Professor of English and FFL, was appointed head of the Department of Languages.
Isabelle Malevaut has also joined EM Normandie as Curriculum Officer and CIR (research tax credit) Project Manager. She manages and coordinates processes related to the school’s course curriculums with the faculty, in accordance with internal and external requirements.
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Paul David Richard Griffiths is Professor of Finance and Academic Director of the M2/MSc Banking, Finance & Fintech taught on the Oxford campus of EM Normandie. His book “Corporate Governance in the Knowledge Economy – Lessons from Case studies in the Finance Sector” published by Palgrave Macmillan, addresses the new challenges of business management.
Since January 2020, 32 teacher-researchers have joined the EM Normandie teaching staff
With around a hundred permanent teachers of 29 nationalities, the Faculty can boast that it attracts the top talent, won over by the EM Normandie spirit, the Ed Techs, its mission (informing those who are committed to tackling the challenges facing humanity, and inspiring and training the generations of yesterday and today to become the stakeholders in a sustainable world), and its philosophy of