Dr. Andrew W. Markley

Chair of Department and Professor of Business

Office: HAL 318D
T 724.458.3353
F 724.450.3852
Box No. 3009


Office hours for Dr. Markley
Monday: 10:00-10:50; 12:00-1:50
Tuesday: 4:00-5:00
Wednesday: 10:00-10:50; 12:00-2:00
Thursday: none
Friday: 12:00-2:00; 3:00-4:00


Juris Doctor, Case Western Reserve University 1985
M.A., Public and International Affairs, International Corporate Environment Certificate, University of Pittsburgh 1995
Certificate in Advanced Russian Language, University of Pittsburgh 2003
B.A., Grove City College 1982

Personal and Professional Interests

In addition to serving as Chair of the Department of Business and teaching three courses at Grove City, Dr. Markley is the advisor for both the Society for International Business and International Business Majors. He has led several international business travel courses, to Moscow, Russia, Paris, France and London, England.

In his spare time, Dr. Markley enjoys following international soccer and spending time with his wife Mary Katharine and daughter, Sarah.

Scholarly Interests

Corporate Governance
Corporate Social Responsibility Issues
Russian Legal and Institutional Reform
Globalization and Trade Issues

Previous Career Experience

Partner, Fitzpatrick Lentz & Bubba, Attorneys at Law, (Mergers & Acquisitions; Securities; Banking; Corporate), 1990-1991
Associate, Fitzpatrick Lentz & Bubba, Attorneys at Law, 1988-1990
Associate, Butz, Hudders & Tallman, Attorneys at Law 1985-1988

International Business Travel Courses

Interested in International Business issues? Join us on one of our programs abroad! Here are some of my recent and upcoming programs.

Moscow, Ryazan & St. Petersburg, Russian Federation (May-June, 2001)
Paris, France; Brussels, Belgium (January, 2002)
Paris, France (January, 2003)
London, England (January, 2004)
London, England (May, 2005)
London, England (May, 2008)

Personal Interests

Favorite Sport: The Real Football

Favorite Links

For news on Russia:
The Moscow Times

For international business news and analysis:
The Financial Times
The Economist