Dr. Susan Morgulas is a Senior Research Associate at CASE, where she has conducted evaluation research on funded educational programs for the past seven years. Much of her past and current work has focused on the implementation of the Virtual Enterprise (VE) at two- and four-year colleges. A business simulation program that can be incorporated into scientific and technical courses, the VE helps prepare students in such disciplines as information technology and biotechnology to become further engaged and skilled in these fields and to function in a business environment. Previously, Dr. Morgulas served as Acting Assistant Provost at Hunter College after directing Hunter’s Office of Institutional Research and earlier headed the Office of Institutional Research and Program Assessment at Baruch College for over 15 years. Dr. Morgulas also has extensive experience, as a consultant, in evaluating educational programs in the NYC public schools and not-for-profit entities.
Current Research Projects
Student Entrepreneurs: A Reality-Based Video Series following the STEM Virtual Enterprise