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Moravian names associate dean of business and management

Dr. William Kleintop joins Continuing and Graduate Studies at Moravian

Bethlehem, Pa— Dr. William (Bill) Kleintop has recently been named associate dean for business and management program in the division of Continuing and Graduate Studies at Moravian College.

“Bill brings particular expertise as a teacher (with special skills in technology-enhanced learning) and in academic program development,” said Dr. Florence C. Kimball, dean, Continuing and Graduate Studies. “These strengths, combined with his practical experience in the corporate community, will enable him to develop and expand the business and management programs that are offered through the division of Continuing and Graduate Studies.”

Kleintop is a Muhlenberg graduate who went on to earn an M.P.A. from Penn State (local government administration) and a Ph.D. in Business Administration from Temple University (human resource management).

Kleintop previously taught in the graduate programs of Seton Hall and Philadelphia University as well as the undergraduate business program at Philadelphia University. He specialized in the areas of organizational behavior and technology management.

He was the recipient of the IBM-Seton Hall Learning Space Scholar Award for pioneering work incorporating technology into the curriculum and an Outstanding Academic Service award while at Seton Hall University.

Prior to his academic career, Kleintop was the assistant to the director of human services in Northampton County, Pennsylvania. He was responsible for operational analysis, computer systems design and implementation, strategic planning and program evaluation.

As a trainer for the LaSalle Nonprofit Center at LaSalle University, Kleintop conducted various workshops for nonprofit organizations on the utilization of technology and the Internet to further organizational missions. He has served as a consultant with a variety of nonprofit organizations, including those in adult services, services to older Americans, healthcare, legal services and economic development. His experiences include service as president of two nonprofit corporations, one in childcare and the other a historical society.

Kleintop is a member of the Academy of Management, including the Management Education & Development and the Public and Nonprofit Divisions, and the American Society for Training and Development. He is also an elected member of Pi Alpha Alpha, the National Honor Society for Public Affairs and Administration.