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Elissa Magnant


Elissa Flanagan Magnant, Esq. is a Visiting Instructor in the Management Department in the Manning School of Business at UMass Lowell. BIOGRAPHY Practicing attorney, collaborator and mediator. Visiting Instructor Manning School of Business  AWARDS AND HONORS Invited Speaker at Agape Latte (2016), Teaching - Catholic Student Union Professor of the Game (2016), Teaching - UML Field Hockey PRESENTATIONS Moderator Career Change Panel - UMass Lowell's 2017 Women's Leadership Conference, June 2017 - Lowell, MA A Night of Coffee, Fun, & Friends with Professor Elissa Magnant - Agape Latte, November 2016 - USuites Lounge, UML
Elissa Flanagan Magnant, Esq.Visiting Instructor, Co-Director of the Donahue Center for Business Ethics & Social Responsibility
  • College
    Manning School of Business
  • Department
    Management
  • Phone
    (978) 934-5387
  • Office
    Falmouth Hall - 207A
  • Email
  • Profile Links

Research Interests

Business ethics and social responsibility

Education

  • Ph D: Leadership in Higher Education, (2025), University of Massachusetts Lowell - Lowell, MA
  • JD: Law, (1995), Western New England College School of Law - Springfield, Massachusetts
  • BA: History and Political Science , (1992), University of Connecticut - Storrs, Connecticut

Biography

Attorney, collaborator, mediator. Visiting Instructor Management Manning School of Business, Co-Director Donahue Center for Business Ethics and Social Responsibility. Faculty Advisor to Manning Women in Business.

Selected Awards and Honors

  • Beta Gamma Sigma (2018), Leadership - Beta Gamma Sigma
  • Exceeding Excellence in Teaching (2018), Teaching - UMass Lowell Student Government Association
  • Invited Speaker at Agape Latte (2016), Teaching - Catholic Student Union
  • Professor of the Game (2016), Teaching - UML Field Hockey

Selected Publications

  • Magnant, E.F. (UMass Lowell Manning School of Business), Magnant, E. (UMass Lowell Manning School of Business) (2019). Viewpoint: Our business schools must teach better ethics (pp. 1). Boston Business Journal

Selected Presentations

  • Moderator Career Change Panel - UMass Lowell's 2017 Women's Leadership Conference, June 2017 - Lowell, MA
  • A Night of Coffee, Fun, & Friends with Professor Elissa Magnant - Agape Latte, November 2016 - USuites Lounge, UML

Research Currently in Progress

  • Case Study on Columbia Gas explosion

    Case study on Columbia Gas explosion and company's strategy in the aftermath, to-date.
    Steckler, E.L. (Co-Investigator) (UMass Lowell Manning School of Business)