Erinn Ryen

Erinn Ryen

Associate Professor of Business

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Accomplishments

Erinn Ryen, Associate Professor of Business, has co-authored an article with collaborators that was recently accepted for publication: Hema Madak, Callie W. Babbitt, Erinn G. Ryen (2022). Opportunities for reducing the supply chain water footprint of metals used in consumer electronics. Resources, Conservation and Recycling, 176, 105926. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.resconrec.2021.105926

Erinn Ryen, associate professor of business, has co-authored an article with collaborators that was recently accepted for publication: Hema Madak, Callie W. Babbitt, Erinn G. Ryen (2022). “Opportunities for reducing the supply chain water footprint of metals used in consumer electronics.” Resources,  Conservation and Recycling, 176, 105926. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.resconrec.2021.105926

Erinn Ryen, assistant professor of business, published an article with collaborators: Singh, S., Babbitt, C., Gaustad, G., Eckelman, M., Gregory, J., Ryen, E. Mathur, N., Stevens, M. Parvatker, A., Buch, R., Marseille, A., and Seager, T. (2021). “Thematic exploration of sectoral and cross-cutting challenges to circular economy implementation.” Journal of Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy. 1-22.

Erinn Ryen, assistant professor of business, published a 2019 article with collaborators Sandra Rothenberg and Anne G. Sherman: “The Evolution of Research on Sustainable Business Models: Implications for Management Scholars,” Journal of Environmental Sustainability [Vol. 7 : Iss. 1 , Article 3].

Assistant Professor of Business Erinn Ryen and Kevin Miles, director of the Sullivan Center for Business and Entrepreneurship, were invited to speak at Hobart & William Smith Colleges’ first Innovation Fest on Nov. 16, 2019. The title of the presentation was “Empathy: First Step In Innovation and Creative Problem Solving​.” In addition to the faculty speaking at the conference, eleven Wells students registered and eight attended the conference; two Wells students even participated in the final Flash Pitch contest and did a great job! The Innovation Fest brought together students from several​ colleges in the region, including Hobart, SUNY Geneseo, Nazareth and the University of Rochester.

Erinn Ryen, Assistant Professor of Business, co-published the chapter, “Policy landscape and recommendations to inform the adoption of food waste-energy technologies,” in Sustainable Food Waste-to-Energy Systems, with her colleague Kirti Richa, Academic Press; 2018 September 21.

Erinn G. Ryen, Assistant Professor of Business recently published her article, “Ecological Foraging Models as Inspiration for Optimized Recycling Systems in the Circular Economy, in Resources, Conservation and Recycling, in press online as of October 21, 2017 (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.resconrec.2017.08.006).  

Dr. Ryen and Dr. Kevin Miles, Director of the Sullivan Center for Business and Entrepreneurship, along with three Wells students, attended the 2017 Families in Business Conference in October as part of the Smith Family Business Initiative at Cornell.