- Your professors bring the world of fashion merchandising to life through creative classroom activities such as guest speakers from top fashion retailers, class fashion shows and service learning opportunities such as the “Sew Much Comfort” project through which students created adaptive clothing for wounded soldiers and “Project Linus” through which students fashioned cuddly fleece blankets for children in need.
- Professors teach every class, not graduate students or teaching assistants.
- Professors work closely with you, mentoring and advising you on your career path, professional development and research projects.
Inspiring, Creative Professors
Faculty & Staff
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Dr. Daniel Fox
Chair, Associate Professor
248, Richard E. and Sandra J. Dauch College of Business and Economics
Daniel E. Fox currently serves as the chair of the Department of Economics and Finance. Dr. Fox is an assistant professor of law, teaching both undergraduate and graduate business courses. He is an Ohio Licensed Attorney and Certified Public Accountant. Dr. Fox joined the University in 2004 and has served in various positions including associate dean and director of entrepreneurship for the Dauch College of... Read More
Instructor of Fashion Merchandising
232, Richard E. and Sandra J. Dauch College of Business and Economics
Alison Rossi earned her master’s in fashion from Kent State’s Fashion School. She earned her undergraduate degree in Business Management and Human Resource from Walsh University.
Afterwards, Alison moved to San Francisco, California merging her studies and passion for fashion in positions at E-commerce fashion companies such as Threadflip and Stylematic. During her time in San Francisco, Alison pursued fashion... Read More