Dr. Sherman earned his Ph.D. in Business Policies and Strategy with areas in Entrepreneurship and Organizational Behavior from the University of Nebraska. Pete spent approximately eight years in the investments business including time with Ameritrade Corporation and Chase Manhattan Investment Services. Pete also co-founded an investment advisor business. Pete was the Outstanding Graduate Teaching Assistant in the College of Business Administration Department of Management at the University of Nebraska; the Dean's Teacher of the Year in 2005 and won the Dean's service award in 2006 at the University of Evansville. Pete also directs the Evansville New Venture Creation Competition and was at Harlaxton in the Spring of 2010.
Peer Reviewed Journals
- Sherman, P.S. & Hansen, J. (2010). The new corporate social responsibility: a call for sustainability in business education. International Journal of Environment and Sustainable Development.
- Sherman, P.S., Sebora, T.C. & Digman, L.A. (2008). Experiential Entrepreneurship in the Classroom: Effects of Teaching Methods on Entrepreneurial Career Choice Intentions. Journal of Entrepreneurship Education, 11(), pp. 29-42.
- Sherman, P.S., Rawski, G.E., Rosen, P.A. & McKeag, C.L. (2008). Improving Student Satisfaction through Curriculum Change. Journal of the Academy of Business Education, 9(), pp. 21-33.
- Sherman, P.S. (2006). A Prescriptive Approach to Introducing Experiential Entrepreneurship in Undergraduate Education. College Teaching Methods and Styles Journal, 2(1), pp. 1-8.
- Sherman, P.S. (2005). A Proposed Examination of the Role of Self-efficacy as a Mediator between Experiential Entrepreneurship Education and Performance Outcomes. Journal of Entrepreneurship Education, 8(), pp. 75-83.