Ph.D. in Philosophy, Yale University
Master of Business Administration, Wharton School of Business, University of Pennsylvania
Bachelor of Arts, Philosophy, California State University, Northridge
As an entrepreneur for more than twenty years, Dr. Buck founded, grew and revived multiple businesses and not-for-profit organizations. For eleven of those years he was the COO of a highly successful statistical analysis and data modeling company whose clients were Fortune 500 financial service companies. During his tenure as COO, the company grew from two to over twenty employees. Before joining Eastern, Dr. Buck taught at Yale University, University of New Haven, Carleton College, Southern Connecticut University, St. Joseph College and Albertus Magnus College.
Small Group Dynamics
Ethical issues confronting privately held firms
Ethical failure analysis methodologies
The challenges faced by companies transitioning from "start-up" to "grown-up"
Theories of property