Wilson, T. Lynn

Title: Professor of Management

Department: Business Administration and Management

Phone: 352-588-8314

Email: lynn.wilson@saintleo.edu


  • Doctor of International Business Administration (International Management), Nova Southeastern University 1997
  • Master of Business Administration (Business and Marketing/Management), Marshall University 1979


Lynn Wilson holds a Doctorate in International Business Administration (DIBA) from Nova Southeastern University, and earned his BBA and MBA degrees in Business and Marketing/Management from Marshall University in Huntington, WV. He has been at Saint Leo University for more than 35 years, and is currently a Professor of Management, teaching graduate and undergraduate courses in the fields of human resources, international business, international business strategy, organizational behavior, labor relations, and more. Lynn twice served as chair of the management and marketing departments concurrently.  He served as director of graduate business studies from 2001-07, and during that time also worked with partners in China to implement and develop joint MBA programs there, while overseeing the development and growth of the online MBA program from its inception to over 1,000 enrollees.

Dr. Wilson served for five years on the Promotion and Tenure Committee, and three as chair. He is a long-standing member of the Society for Human Resource Management.  He earned a Global Professional in Human Resources certification (GPHR) in 2010; his recertification is currently valid through 2019 and effective summer 2015 was certified as a Senior Certified Professional (SCP) with the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM). He is certified by the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education as an academic (college/university) site reviewer, and served as president of the IACBE Southeast Region 2008-2011 and is currently, 2016-2017, serving as president of the region again.  He was a member of the university’s Accreditation Committee for the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs in 2013-14. His most recent publication topics include “The Future and Global Ethical Leadership,” “Trends Impacting the Development of the Workforce in Northeastern Asia,” and“Four Generations in the Workforce.”

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