College of Staten Island
 The City University of New York
 
  
    
  Gordon DiPaolo
Associate Professor
Management

Gordon DiPaolo
Associate Professor

Office : Building 3N Room 114
Phone : 718.982.2936
Fax : 718.982.2965
gordon.dipaolo@csi.cuny.edu


Degrees :
BA, Brooklyn College
MBA, New York University
PhD, New York University



Biography / Academic Interests :
Professor Di Paolo began his career in marketing and sales in the cosmetics industry originally working for the Revlon Corporation under the control of Charles Revson, legendary innovator of marketing and sales practices.††After completing his academic studies and earning his MBA and Ph.D. at New York Universityís Graduate School of Business, Professor Di Paolo began a career in higher education at St. Johnís University.††In 1971, he transferred to the then Staten Island Community College which is now the College of Staten Island.††

He chaired the Department of Business in the late 1970ís and has been an active member of the department serving for many years on the Appointments Committee and on various other departmental and college level committees.††He has been responsible for the Management Concentration in the department and has chaired several search committees for new faculty.

His academic interests are primarily in the areas of small business, organizational behavior and labor compensation.††He is currently a Vice President and Treasurer of a real estate management company and is responsible for an enterprise with revenues in excess of $1,000,000.††


Scholarship / Publications :
Gordon Di Paolo is a co-author of a book with Helen Siner, Marcia Sorkin and Roz Attinson entitled, Mathematics For Business Decisions.††He is the author of, Marketing For Economic Development, a study of how underdeveloped countries might employ marketing principles to attract foreign investment and foster economic development.††For many years Dr. Di Paolo has served as a management consultant to many small businesses and written proprietary reports based on studies and analyses of business practices.