Winthrop University: CBA Faculty Profile - Hamilton, Clovia

Name:  Dr. Clovia Hamilton
Title:  Assistant Professor of Management
Education:  Bachelors in Engineering-University of Illinois-Champaign
MBA-Wesleyan College
JD-John Marshall Law School
Master of Laws (LLM)-University of Illinois-Champaign
PhD-University of Tennessee
Office:  310 Thurmond Building   
Phone:  803/323-4824



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Dr. Clovia Hamilton has a PhD in Industrial & Systems Engineering with a concentration in Management at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville.  She earned a Bachelors in Engineering from the University of Illinois in Champaign, a MBA from Wesleyan College, a JD from Atlanta's John Marshall Law School and a Master of Laws (LLM) in intellectual property law from the University of IL in Champaign.

Dr. Hamilton is professionally experienced and educated in operations management.  She has managed road and bridge construction projects; and has helped universities and federal labs manage their technology transfer operations.  She has also helped hundreds of small businesses in Georgia with their business development operations training.  Dr. Hamilton researches business law and ethics, technology management, academic entrepreneurship, and university and federal lab technology transfer operations as novel supply chains.

Dr. Hamilton has taught in higher education for several years beginning in 2003.  She is committed to service in the higher education arena. She serves as a peer reviewer for the Academy of Management (AOM), Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference (BCERC), Technology and Innovation Management Review, and Emerald Publishing.  She is also on the editorial team for the European Journal of International Management.  In addition, she reviews college scholarship applications for the George Pullman Foundation.

Dr. Hamilton is multi-disciplined and is a member of the Georgia bar and the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) bar as a registered patent attorney. She is also committed to regional economic development and became an American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) certified urban planner back in 1997.  In urban planning, Clovia researches high tech economic development using high tech transportation corridors.


Last updated by rayj 07/13/2022

Last Updated: 7/13/22