About Scott Marshall
R. Scott Marshall has a B.A. in business economics, Willamette University; an M.A. in international affairs, George Washington University; and a Ph.D. in international strategy, University of Oregon. He joined the School of Business at Portland State University in December 1999 as an Assistant Professor; became an Associate Professor in 2005 and a Full Professor in 2010. In the School of Business, he also served as Director of the Master of International Management Program for three years, Associate Dean of Graduate Programs for six years and Interim Dean for one year.
March 2015 - October 2017, Dr. Marshall serves as Vice Provost for Academic & Fiscal Planning in the Office of Academic Affairs. In this role, he collaborates with colleagues across campus on enrollment and budget planning, program development, review and approval processes and University accreditation and student success assessment.
Since October 2017, Dr. Marshall serves as the Vice President for Academic Affairs at Semester at Sea/Institute for Shipboard Education. Dr. Marshall leads strategic and operational planning for Academic and Student Affairs for the Institute for Shipboard Education (ISE), in particular the Semester at Sea (SAS) program.
|October 2017 - Present||Vice President for Academic Affairs at Semester at Sea, Institute for Shipboard Education|
|March 2015 - October 2017||Vice Provost for Academic & Fiscal Planning, Portland State University ‐ Office of Academic Affairs|
|August 2014 - June 2015||Dean (Interim), Portland State University ‐ School of Business Administration|
|July 2008 - July 2014||Associate Dean, Portland State University ‐ School of Business Administration|
Business strategy, International business, Environmental stewardship, CSR reporting, and Social entrepreneurship
Peer Reviewed Publications (22)
'Negotiated' Transparency? Corporate Citizenship Engagement and Environmental Disclosure
Accounting Faculty Publications and Presentations (2007)
Corporate stakeholder relations are historically typified by power imbalances and mistrust, but in recent times, they are increasingly characterized by ...
Strategically Informed, Environmentally Conscious Information Requirements for Accounting Information Systems
Journal of Information Systems (2005)
Accounting information systems (AIS) should provide the information firms need to manage organizational activities. Environmental considerations are increasingly important in ...