Department of Marketing and Management Sciences

Dr. Leonard Presby


Office:   V3051
Phone:   973-720-2538
Office Hours:   By appointment

Department: Marketing and Management
Position: Professor
Area Specialization: Applied Statistics, Computer Applications and Management Science.


PhD, Operations Research New York University
MS, Mathematical Methods in Operations Research and I.E., Columbia University
DDMS. History, Yeshiva University
BA, Physics, Yeshiva University

Representative Publications and Presentations


Presby, L. (2010). Business Math. McGraw-Hill/Irwin custom 2010.

Presby, L. (2009). MGT 399. McGraw-Hill.

Refereed Journal Articles

Presby, L. (2010). Overcoming the Fear of Business Math: An Adaptive Learning Approach. Business Review, Cambridge, 16(1), 156-162.

Presby, L. (2008). Can an Angel Become Our Friend? Journal of Applied Business and Economics.

Conference Proceedings

Presby, L. (2016). Student engagement and performance in a graduate flipped classroom. State College, PA: 39th Annual meeting of the Northeastern Association of Business, Economics and Technology.

Presby, L., Goldberg, W. (2016). Exploring the inverted classroom in a graduate statistics course. Los Cabos, Mexico: Proceedings of the National Business and Economics Society Seventeenth Annual Conference.

Presby, L. (2013). Intelligent Tutoring Systems part2. Las Vegas: Proceedings of the International Academy of Business and Public Administration Conference.

Presby, L. (2013). Are Intelligent Tutoring Systems Worthwhile?” (pp. 123-129). The 2013 Maui International Education Conference.

Presby, L. (2012). Intelligent Tutoring Systems?. The Economics & Global Business Research Conference.

Presby, L. (2011). Using an Adaptive E-Learning System in Business Math. Curacao, Lesser Antilles: National Business and Economics Society.

Presby, L., Jose, S., Rica, C. (2010). Utilizing an Intelligent E-Learning System in Business Math. San Jose, Costa Rica: Global Conference on Business and Finance.