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    Piedmont Natural Gas has restored service to campus this evening. As a result of the work performed today there will be detours on Faculty Row for both vehicles and pedestrians. Please use extreme caution and do not attempt to go around the barricades.

    Facilities and Piedmont Natural Gas personnel will continue working with the natural gas infrastructure on campus throughout the week. Service disruption is not anticipated, but could be possible. This work is being performed to make every effort to maintain a safe and healthy campus environment. 

    Dining services will resume standard operations for Sunday, January 22. We appreciate your patience today and apologize for any inconvenience.

School of Business

Edwin "Cliff" Mensah, Ph.D.

Cliff MensahEdwin "Cliff" Mensah, Ph.D.

(NC State University)
Associate Professor
Email: edwin.mensah@uncp.edu
Phone: 910.522.5713
Office: Business Administration, Room 121
Office Hours: Tuesday & Thursday: 11:25am - 12:25pm, 1:50pm - 3:50pm; Wednesday: 2:00pm - 3:00pm (via Webex)  (or by appointment)

Brief CV (Word) | AACSB Curriculum Vitae (PDF)
Personal Website

Edwin “Cliff” Mensah received his Ph.D in Economics from North Carolina State University. He joined the School of Business of the University of North Carolina at Pembroke in 2004 as a visiting Professor and later as a tenure-track Assistant professor of Economics in 2005. He is also a visiting Professor of Economics at Valley View University and Data Link University, Ghana-West/Africa. He is the author of the book: “Economics of Technology Adoption: A Simple Approach” and has authored and co-authored articles appearing in a number of proceedings and peer reviewed journals including the; Journal of Economic Psychology, Journal of Consumer Policy, Journal of Development and Agricultural Economics, Journal of Applied Business and Economics, Research in Business and Economics Journal, International Journal of Sustainable Strategic Management and the International Journal of Business, Marketing and Decision Sciences.