Associate Teaching Professor, Director of the Professional Development Program
Eric Rice has been operating his consulting practice and teaching communication skills for over twenty-five years. During that time, not only has he developed programs and authored scores of papers, training materials/videos and monographs for clients, but also, and perhaps more important, students in the classes he has taught have performed dozens of projects for organizations that have helped the organizations grow and students find jobs. Since joining the Johns Hopkins community, Eric has developed an taught a series of courses in management topics ranging from negotiations and conflict resolution through ethics and human resources to managing and marketing social enterprises. Additionally, he directs the Masters in Engineering Management Program within the Center for Leadership Education of the Whiting School. Eric has a Master’s degree in Education Psychology and a PhD in Educational Sociology, both from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
PhD University of North Carolina
MEd University of North Carolina