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Dr. Maria Cseh

Dr. Maria Cseh is Chair of Human and Organization Learning Department and an Associate Professor of Human and Organizational Learning (HOL) at The George Washington University, U.S.A., coordinator of the HOL Doctoral Program, and Honorary Professor at the University of Pécs, Hungary. She holds a B.S. / M.S. degree in Electronics Engineering, an M.A. degree in Business Administration with a focus on International Management, a certificate in Global Policy Studies, and a Ph.D. degree in Adult Education with a specialization on Global Human Resource Development. Dr. Cseh’s cross-cultural and international research studies on workplace learning, organizational development and change, and leadership were published in peer-reviewed journals and book chapters and presented at international conferences. She is a member of the Advisory Board for four international journals and serves on the Board of Directors of the Academy of Human Resource Development, on the Advisory Councils of two non-profit organizations, and on the Executive Board of the inter-disciplinary Women Leadership Institute at GWU.

Dr. Cseh is an organization development and change consultant and evaluator working with profit and non-profit organizations. Before joining the academic environment in the U.S.A., Dr. Cseh was an electronics engineer responsible for several multi-country collaboration projects in Central and Eastern Europe in the computer science and textile industries. In the U.S.A., she was a professor for seven years at Oakland University, Michigan. She served for four years as an evaluator for a $1.3 million U.S. Department of Education PT3 Grant involving a consultant/client model to enhance classroom integration of technology and worked on evaluation and development projects with Atlanta Management Institute, Ford Design Institute and Arthur Anderson Worldwide.

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