Eric Ramon

Adjunct Instructor
Department of Business Administration
Worldwide College of Business
Worldwide campus

  • M.B.A. - Master of Business Administration in Business Administration, Adelphi University
  • B.S. - Bachelor of Science in Accounting (General), Regents College
  • B.A. - Bachelor of Arts in Biology, Nasson College
  • A.A. - Associate of Arts in Liberal Arts, Regents College
  • A.S. - Associate of Science in Business, City University of New York System : Queensborough Community College

  • MGMT 210: Financial Accounting
  • MGMT 332: Corporate Finance I

BA 201 - Principles of Management
BA 210 - Financial Accounting I
BA 312 - Managerial Accounting
BA 317 - Organizational Behavior
BA 511 - Operations Research
EC 210 - Microeconomics
EC 211 - Macroeconmics
EC 315 - Managerial Economics
MAS 605 - Research Methodology and and Statistics

Presentation on "Team Building" for U. S. Oncology, Inc. March, 2000.

Guest Speaker for the Psychology Club at Webster University, Leiden, the Netherlands. Topic: "Discussion and Demonstration of Some Characteristics of Hypnosis." July, 1990.

"Time Series Forecasting with Lotus 123: Single, Double and Triple Exponential Smoothing," presented at 1989 Northeast Business and Economics Association Annual Conference.

"Globalization of Business Administration Programs: Issues, Rationale, Implementation, and Future Direction," presented at 1989 Northeast Business and Economics Association Annual Conference: with Bintug Aytek, Ph.D.

"Simple Time Series Forecasting with Lotus 12 3," presented at Quest 1989, SUNY at Oswego.

"Characteristics of the Emerging Female Entrepreneur and Manager in India," presented at Quest 1988, SUNY at Oswego: with Nirmala Bidani, Ph.D.

"The Effects of Situational Variables on Leadership Styles and Organizational Effectiveness," presented at Quest 1988, SUNY at Oswego: with Bintug Aytek, Ph.D.

Guest speaker for Psy Chi, National Honor Society in Psychology, at Syracuse University. Topic: "Discussion of Clinical and Medical Uses of Hypnosis." 1987.

Conducted introductory seminar on the IBM PC for the Town of Manlius Recreation Department. Attendees consisted of a diverse group ranging in age from mid forties through early nineties. 1987.

"A Graphic Approach to Maximizing Investment of Excess Cash in Marketable Securities," presented at Quest 1985, SUNY at Oswego.

"Renewed Interest in Clinical Hypnosis," presented at Quest 198 5, SUNY at Oswego.

"Factors Affecting Current Accounting Principles: Can a Unified Conceptual Framework be Operationalized?" presented at Quest 1984, SUNY at Oswego.

"Some Thoughts on the Usefulness and Feasibility of Human Resource Accounting," presented at the 1983 American Accounting Association Mid Adlantic Regional Meeting, and published in the proceedings: with Ara Volkan, Ph.D.

Made one presentation on insurance and investments for the Oswego County Youth Services Committee, 1982.

Made presentations for the NAA and SBA on profitability and budgeting, 1982


University of Phoenix Online, Phoenix, AZ ' Online Faculty, Management 4/01 present
Teach online using Outlook Express.

University of Maryland University College, Adelphi, MD Adjunct Associate Professor, Management 1/0 1 present
Teach online using WEBtycho.

Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA Adjunct Professor, Management 9/98 ' 12/00

Norfolk State University, Norfolk, & NAS Norfolk Adjunct Associate Professor, Health Sciences Management 1/98 ' present
Taught Health Financial Management course in classroom. Developed and am currently teaching class for WEB presentation using Blackboard.

St. Leo University, NAS Norfolk, NAS Oceana, NAB Little Creek, and Ft. Eustis Adjunct Associate Professor 10/93 present
Taught face-to-face classes. Currently teaching online classes using WebCT v. 3.

Embry Riddle Aeronautical University, Ft. Eustis, NAS Norfolk, NAS Oceana, Department of Distance Learning Adjunct Associate Professor 8/93 present
Taught face-to-face classes. Currently teaching online classes using Blackboard.

Tidewater Community College, Virginia Beach, VA Adjunct Assistant Professor, Accounting & Statistics 5/93 ' 8/98, 1/03 ' 5/03

Troy State University, GTMO, CUBA Adjunct Assistant Professor 1/93 ' 8/94

City, Colleges of Chicago, GTMO, CUBA Adjunct Assistant Professor 1/93 3/93

Commonwealth College, Norfolk, VA Adjunct Instructor of Business 2/92 6/92

St. John Fisher College, Rochester, NY Adjunct Assistant Professor of Management 1/91 9/91

Webster University, Leiden, The Netherlands Adjunct Assistant Professor 6/90 9/90

Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY Adjunct Assistant Professor of Accounting 9/83 5/84
Graduate Research Assistant in Organizational Behavior 7/83 9/83
Graduate Teaching Associate in Accounting 7/82 7/83

State University of New York, Oswego, NY Assistant Professor of Finance, Accounting, and Management 7/78 9/90, 8/03 ' 1/04
In addition to a full teaching load, I was "Area Coordinator" for the Finance Concentration for eight years, served as an alternate representative to the Faculty Senate, a member of the Summer School and Continuing Education Board, chairman of the Department Curriculum Committee, a member of the Academic Computing Center Board of Governors (and on three of its subcommittees), Business Administration Department Library Liaison, coordinator with Experience Based Education, coordinator for the Student Exchange Program with the University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez, a member of the Department Honors Committee, and a member of the President's Greek Task Force. I also served on three of four Conference Committees, and as a panel moderator. I designed the Finance Concentration, and the course proposals for the Corporation Finance, Investment Analysis, and Managerial Finance Courses. I advised the Pan Hellenic Society, Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity, and Delta Mu Delta (National Honor Society in Business Administration). I published three Resume Books for the Delta Mu Delta Chapter, organized four Graduate Business School Recruitment Day Programs, and helped to sponsor and coordinate an International Awareness Day. I also taught a five class introduction for the administrative support staff on the use of Lotus 123; a number of faculty orientation seminars on the IBM and compatible operating environment, word processing, spreadsheets, etc.; and a seminar for faculty and staff on investments.

Massapequa Junior High School, Massapequa, NY Per diem Substitute Teacher 9/70 12/70, 3/71 5/71


Raven House, L.L.C. Virginia Beach, VA Chief Executive Officer 1/95 ' 9/03
Involved in the planning, organization, and management of this venture capital based publishing company. Our first soft cover book was released in June of '95. Our first case bound book was released in December of '96. Distributed by Ingram, Baker & Taylor, and Koen.

Petroleum Energy Technologies, Ltd., Oswego, NY President 6/85 6/86
This corporation was formed, at the request of Shearson, Lehman, American Express' New York Office, to fund research and development of technology to crack tar sands. It was organized to supersede two prior New York corporations, Fortracon and Petrol. P. E. T., Ltd. was never actually placed into operation. An alternative structure was utilized

Pitney Bowes, Inc. New York Uptown Branch, New York, NY Area Sales Representative 6/73 11/77
Responsible for full fine sales of mailing, shipping, photocopying, addressing, folding, inserting, collating, and other paper handling equipment. Leasing Leader under U. S. Leasing Corporation and Pitney Bowes Leasing. Trained at Pitney Bowes National Training Center, Xerox Professional Selling Skills Course, and an in house version of the Dale Carnegie Sales Course. Created a boilerplate proposal technique adopted by a number of P. B. branch offices. Helped to initiate, plan, coordinate and staff a three-day product information show. Helped devise direct mail advertising campaigns and one product upgrade program used by a number of branches.

J. W. Mays, Inc., Jamaica, NY Floor Manager 12/74 6/75
Primary responsibility was to supervise a retail selling staff of approximately 100, and five Department Managers. I also shared responsibility for daily up loading of branch sales records. Frequently responsible for management of three of the four selling floors and the annex, representing a retail selling staff of approximately 300 and approximately fifteen Department Managers.

First Investors, Inc. Scarsdale Branch, Scarsdale, NY Registered Representative 9/74 12/74
Passed N. Y. S. life Insurance Salesman Examination and N. A. S. D. Registered Representative Examination. Sold securities and life insurance.

Ernest Ramon, Licensed Real Estate Broker, Freeport, NY Licensed Real Estate Salesman 1 2/71 11/83 Responsibilities centered around site search activities for commercial real estate projects.

Abraham & Straus Division of Federated Department Stores, Brooklyn, NY Section Manager 11/71 9/73
Responsible for scheduling and management of retail selling staff for both hard and soft goods departments. Worked with Buyers and Assistant Buyers to ensure quality customer service, attractive display of merchandise, and to ensure an appropriate and consistent return policy was implemented. Responsible for scheduling, and input regarding hiring, promotion, and termination decisions. Completed both the Merchandise Training Program and the Management Training Program. Provided on site training to later members, of both the Merchandising and Management Training Programs. In my final assignment, I had primary or contingent responsibility for approximately one half of the street floor for the main branch of the chain. This represented management of approximately one hundred retail clerks.

Salesmen Unlimited Agency, New York, NY Manager of Technical Services 5/71 11/71 Worked at marketing qualified applicants to industry. Specializing in technical personnel.

Cybertek, Inc., Plainview, NY Chemist 12/70 3/71 Clinical laboratory. Performed urine analysis for steroids.

Brinkmann Instruments, Corp., Westbury, NY Senior Laboratory Technician 9/69 12/70
Worked with chromatography, electrophoresis, and wet chemistry Interfaced with customers in industrial and pharmaceutical environments. Wrote trouble shooting manual for multi port valve (quality control) system.

Foster D. Shell, Inc., 'NYC, NY Laboratory Technician 1/64 9/64
Worked in Testing and Engineering Department. Developed ASTM standard for testing bottle caps. Mortar testing. 'Worked on Lamprey Eel and NYC Air Pollution projects.

Fellow, American Asociation of Professional Hypnotherapists
Diplomate, National Board of Hypnotherapist Examiners
Board Certified in University Crisis Response, American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress
Board Certified in Stress Management, American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress