S. Jay Liebowitz, Ph.D.
S. Jay Liebowitz , Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Management
Palumbo Donahue School of Business
Contact Information
822 Rockwell Hall
Pittsburgh, PA, 15282
Phone: 412.396.6264 Fax: 412.396.4764

Jay Liebowitz is an Associate Professor in the John F. Donahue Graduate School of Business at Duquesne University. Since 1984, he has taught courses in Organizational Behavior, Managing a Diverse Workforce, Training & Development, Leadership and Ethics, Teamwork, Strategic Management, and Human Resource Management to undergraduates, MBA students, and doctoral students.

Prior to coming to Duquesne, he was a Trainer/Management Consultant at an international training firm, called the Wilson Learning Corporation. (It is a direct competitor of DDI, Development Dimensions International.) There, he sold management training programs to companies, and then conducted much of the management training he sold to them. Recently, he became certified by DDI. He is now a DDI-certified trainer.

Before coming to Pittsburgh, he was a program evaluator at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Oak Ridge, TN.  Prior to that, he worked in the Division of Personnel for the Tennessee Valley Authority.  Before that, he was a department manager for Sears, Roebuck.

Since coming to Duquesne, he has done Human Resource consulting on a part-time basis, with two small consulting firms, as well as on his own. Recently, he conducted a Human Capital Management Executive MBA workshop for executives at an engineering company in Beijing, China.  He has conducted a series of team building and strategic planning workshops for a small African-American-owned business in Pittsburgh. He has conducted management training programs for a large government defense contractor in Pittsburgh, a large law firm in Pittsburgh, and a non-profit organization (a charter school) in downtown Pittsburgh.  Prior to that, he conducted a survey research project for the Pittsburgh Regional Alliance.  Before that, he completed a Performance Management consulting and training project for the Greater Pittsburgh International Airport. Prior to that, he completed a team-building project for Starbucks Coffee's store managers in the Pittsburgh district.