Program Faculty

Gurmeet NaroolaGurmeet Naroola   
Seasoned  entrepreneur, executive, and author having held key positions at SunPower, Apple, Panasonic, Sanmina, Mahindra GenZe in Business Development, Global Operations, Supply-chain and Customer Management.  He has enabled $100+ million revenue and business growth for electric vehicles/automotive (EV), solar technology (PV) segments at GenZe and SunPower.  C-level global connectivity and experience in over 25+ countries in emerging markets and high-growth segments. Gurmeet has his executive education from – GSB Stanford, MS engineering from SJSU, BE in mechanical engineering. He is the recipient of the US Department of Commerce award and Apple quality award. Gurmeet has authored three well-known business books on entrepreneurship, automotive business systems and quality.

Aggarwal_Nitin Nitin Aggarwal
Nitin Aggarwal is an Associate Professor of Business at the School of Information Systems and Technology.  He received his Ph.D. in Business Administration from Texas Tech University. He has published in reputed journals like the MIS Quarterly, Decision Sciences, International Journal of Electronic Commerce, and Electronic Markets. He has also presented his research in a number of national and international conferences such as ICIS, HICSS, and AMCIS. He is a member of the Association for Information Systems, IEEE, and ANSI National Committee on Education.  Nitin has won several teaching awards and is on the editorial board of IEEE standards Education Magazine.  Nitin’s research includes organizational and governance issues, intellectual property issues, transactional issues, and economic issues involved in standardization in the area of standards and standardization and Web 2.0 technologies.

Dean Dan MoshaviDan Moshavi
Dr. Dan Moshavi joined SJSU in February, 2017 as dean of the Lucas College and Graduate School of Business.  Dan previously served as professor of management and dean of the business schools at both Dominican University of California and Montana State University. He began his academic career at San Jose State as an assistant professor in the late 1990s. 

Dan has extensive higher education administrative experience in strategic positioning, fundraising, community and alumni engagement, interdisciplinary program development, university operations, and faculty and staff development, and has led and managed initiatives focused on diverse and first generation student populations. Dan's teaching, research and consulting focuses on leadership, high performance teams, change management, and attitudes and emotions in the workplace. He has consulted for a variety of organizations, including health care institutions, universities and municipalities. He has been a faculty member in an executive master’s program at the University of Lugano in Switzerland and has served as a research fellow with the Nemours Center for Medical Leadership.

A skilled facilitator and instructor, Dan has won more than a dozen teaching awards during his career including the university-wide teaching award at Montana State.  Prior to his academic career, he worked in industry in marketing and public relations.  Dan received his Ph.D. in management from the University of Oregon as well an MBA and a B.A. (international affairs) from George Washington University in Washington DC.