Albert Assibey-Mensah, Ph.D.Professor, School of Business (1994) College of Business and Computer Science School of Business Bradford HallRoom G19400 East Main St.Frankfort, KY 40601(502) 597-6944(502) 597-6404 (fax)firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Assibey-Mensah has been teaching at Kentucky State University since 1994. He was the recipient of the 2005 Raymond Malcolm Burse Outstanding Faculty Award. He selected as a member of “Who’s Who Among America’s Best Teachers” in 1998 and 2002. He was an associate instructor in the Department of Economics, University of Cincinnati from 1989 to 1993 and an instructor at Xavier University in 1990 and 1992.
Previously, he was a Senior Administrative Officer in the Department of Education, Commonwealth of Kentucky from 1986 to 1989. He served as a Programmer Analyst with Kentucky Central Life Insurance Company (1985-86), and with the Department of Information Systems (1982-86), Commonwealth of Kentucky. He was a Planning Analyst (1979-82) and a Title VI Coordinator (1978-80) with the Dept. of Transportation. He served as a Fiscal Officer (1977) with the Cooperative State Research Service (CSRS) at Kentucky State University.
Dr. Assibey-Mensah has published a number of scholarly papers in referred journals and made numerous paper presentations at professional conferences, workshops and seminars. He was a Co-Track Chair and editor for the International Academy of African Business & Development conference held in London (April 2003). He was a past member of Kentucky Economic Association Board, Journal of Indiana Academy of Arts and Sciences, Certified Public Manager Advisory Board, and Commonwealth of Kentucky, Government Service Center (KSU). At KSU, he has taught Economics of labor, Public Sector or Governmental Economics, Finance, Quantitative Methods, Money and Banking, and Industrial Economics.
Degrees and Certifications
- Ph.D. University of Cincinnati
- M.A. University of Cincinnati
- M.B.A. Xavier University
- M.P.A. Kentucky State University
- B.S. Kentucky State University