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Adam   Sulkowski  

Associate Professor

 
 
Education
J.D. Boston College Law School
MBA Boston College
B.A. College of William & Mary
Academic Division
​​​Associate Professor Adam Sulkowski has taught and advised students from all continents in a variety of formats at the undergraduate, graduate, and executive education levels. Adam’s teaching specializations are in the fields of business law, sustainable business, and corporate social responsibility (CSR).

Prof. Sulkowski’s research has appeared in over 30 publications, including over 20 peer-reviewed scholarly journal articles, and has explored topics related to sustainability reporting (also known as triple bottom line reporting), integrated reporting, and corporate and environmental law. His findings have been cited in Inc. magazine, MSN, The Times of India, Science Daily, and Cities Today, among others news sources.

Adam has advised start-ups such as www.Waste-Hub.com and has engaged in entrepreneurial projects related to his research and teaching. These have included pioneering the deployment of sustainability reporting – a widely adopted practice in the private sector for boosting good governance and efficiency – with cities on two continents.

Prof. Sulkowski received his JD and MBA from Boston College and BA from the College of William & Mary, became a licensed attorney in two states, and was a manager at an education company for several years before becoming a professor at University of Massachusetts where he was awarded tenure.

Adam has won awards for teaching, service, and research, including the Holmes-Cardozo Distinguished Paper award from the Academy of Legal Studies in Business. He has served academic organizations in various roles, including president, conference chair, section chair, editor, and reviewer. In 2014 and 2015 he was a Fulbright Scholar in Europe.

A Polish-American dual citizen, Adam frequently works internationally and has taught, researched, consulted, and explored in over 80 countries.​

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