Dr. Linowes is a business management expert and founding professor at Clarewood University, a Virginia-based global business school established in 2016. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in cybernetics from Princeton University and a Master of Science in computer and communication sciences from the University of Michigan, and was awarded his Doctor of Business Administration by Harvard University in 1984. Dr. Linowes worked with Matsushita Electric Industrial Company and Arthur Andersen & Co during the late 1970s and consulted for Goldman Sachs from 1983 until 1986, when he joined the faculty at American University’s Kogod School of Business. Before his retirement from American University in 2019, Dr. Linowes was named a Kogod Outstanding Professor and was visiting faculty to institutions including Ritsumeikan University and Tel Aviv University. Since 2003, Dr. Linowes has been an educator for the United States Department of State Foreign Services Institute, and he is an expert in cross-cultural relations and international business. He is a former Fulbright Fellow for Pedagogical Innovation and has contributed to numerous books, articles, and educational tools. Dr. Linowes looks forward to continuing to build enlightened and ethical global leaders through his work with Clarewood University.
Dr. Linowes sits down to discuss his career and influences with Star Jones.
Dr. Linowes tours the Jefferson Memorial and explains his professional trajectory.
In recognition of his commitment to education, Dr. Linowes was presented with the Marquis Humanitarian Award.