Dr. Philip Vos Fellman: Vice-President, Strategy 
and Chairman NAB

Shotei "Shinigawa"

Dr. Philip Vos Fellman Publications

Philip Vos Fellman

Lecturer in Management, Suffolk University
Formerly Professor of International Business Strategy
Southern New Hampshire University

Education

Cornell University, Ithaca, NY

Ph.D., International Relations, 1990
M.A., International Relations, 1988
M.A., Philosophy of Education, 1979

Yale School of Management, New Haven, CT

M.BA. Finance, 1986

California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, CA

B.F.A., Music, 1974

Academic Appointments

Suffolk University, Boston, MA. Part-time appointment as lecturer in business strategy and international business 2010-11 Visiting Professor of Strategy and International Business, 2012-13
American Military University, Lecturer/Associate Professor, Intelligence Studies, 2011-13
Southern New Hampshire University/New Hampshire College, Graduate School of Business. Designed and taught courses and seminars at the Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctoral levels in International Business Strategy, Corporate Strategy, International Management, Corporate Governance and Control, and Computational Modeling. Served as Chairman of Graduate School of Business Curriculum Committee, served on Faculty Human Resources Committee (5 years) and Faculty Promotion Committee (2 years). Advised students at all levels. Co-developed doctoral program in international business, co-developed on-line master’s degree in international business. Associate Professor, 1993-99, Professor 2000-2010
University of Alaska, Juneau. Associate Professor of Management. Taught and designed courses in management, strategy, finance and international business. Director, Alaska Strategic Management Institute. Performed economic studies on competition and anti-trust for the Attorney General, State of Alaska, 1992-93
Harvard University, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Faculty Visiting Scholar (1997-2001)
Stanford University, Hoover Institution for War, Revolution and Peace, Visiting Scholar (Summer 1995 and Summer 1996)
Cornell Law School, Visiting Scholar, International Law Program, (Summer 1991-93)
Yale University, Visiting Lecturer, Intelligence and Foreign Affairs, (1992)
Dartmouth College, Visiting Assistant Professor. Taught courses in American Politics and Congress and the American Political System. Designed and taught courses and seminars in Intelligence Policy, U.S. Japan Trade Policy and International Business Environments. (1990-91)