Harry E. Stucke
Director, M.B.A. ProgramProfessor of Managerial Sciences
B.S., Fordham UniversityM.B.A., New York University
Professor Harry E. Stucke joined the faculty of the School of Business, Public Administration and Information Sciences at Long Island University’s Brooklyn Campus 48 years ago. Over the course of more than four decades, he has witnessed many wonderful changes on the campus. Today, his lectures are filled with a multiethnic mix of students who often are the first in their families to earn a college degree. Although many of them hold down full-time jobs while they attend classes, they possess an incredibly strong desire to learn. It is their dedication that continues to make his teaching experience exciting and worthwhile.
Professor Stucke, who holds a bachelor’s degree from Fordham University and a master’s degree in business administration from New York University, is a recipient of the Long Island University Newton Award for Teaching Excellence. He also was recognized at the 2001 Brooklyn Campus commencement exercises for his 40 years of service, six of which were spent as chair of the Campus’ Managerial Science Department. In addition to his work at the Brooklyn Campus, Professor Stucke was director of the M.B.A. program at the University’s Rockland Graduate Campus from 1997-2001. His exemplary performance in the classroom also earned him the AT&T Best Teacher Award.
Professor Stucke’s commitment to his students’ growth extends beyond his work in the classroom. He has assisted students in business startups resulting in venture capital money from $1 million to $15 million. In addition to providing them with personalized attention and mentoring, he has created networks on the Web to facilitate connections between his students and alumni around the world.
Professor Stucke has been honored repeatedly for his work in the business community. He is the recipient of the Who’s Who in Consulting Award from Cornell University and a Certificate of Commendation from the City of New York for the development of management programs that have saved more than $100 million since their inception. Professor Stucke is the promoter of numerous conferences on small business, international trade and real estate development. In addition, he received a grant to establish the Small Business Development Center on the Brooklyn Campus.
His clients include small businesses as well as the top 100 firms in transportation, communications, banking and all sectors of public administration. He recently completed a three-year series of consulting contracts with Merrill Lynch and presently is completing a proprietary model on e-business life cycles with the sponsorship of a top-five consulting firm. The model, which is being field tested with two hi-tech firms, will be prepared and marketed as a software package in e-business strategy for the academic and business community.
Professor Stucke resides with his wife, Heike, in Rego Park, N.Y. She earned a bachelor’s degree from the Brooklyn Campus and a master’s degree from the C.W. Post Campus. The couple has two children and seven grandchildren.
Downsizing, Turnarounds, Organizational Behavior Training Programs, Project Management, Feasibility Studies Covering Managerial and Marketing Strategy with Cost and Organizational Drivers on a National and Transnational Level
- Author, “Resume Page on the Web: Marketing and Career Development,” paper presented at the Academy of Marketing Science’s 9th Bi-Annual World Marketing Congress
- Author, Economic Analysis of Brooklyn, study presented at the Brooklyn Campus/NATWES Seminar
- Author, research on the global auto industry and the strategic positioning of Russian and Chinese auto groups, presented at senior-level conferences and symposia
- Honoree, Long Island University 75th Anniversary Dinner
- Recipient, Newton Award for Excellence in Teaching, Long Island University
- Recipient, AT&T Best Teacher Award
- Recipient, Certificate of Commendation, City of New York
- Recipient, Who’s Who in Consulting Award, Cornell University