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David Starr-Glass

David Starr-Glass is a mentor and undergraduate dissertation supervisor with the International Programs (Prague) of SUNY Empire State University. He has master’s degrees in business administration (Notre Dame de Namur University, California), organizational psychology (University of London), and education (University of Southern Queensland, Australia). His teaching and research interests include mentoring, distance learning, and international business. Over the last twenty six years he has published more than 120 peer-reviewed articles and book chapters. When not in Prague, he lives in Jerusalem (Israel) and teaches economic and business-related courses with a number of local colleges.


  • MBA in Business Administration from Notre Dame de Namur University
  • M.Ed. in Flexible Education and Online Learning from University of Southern Queensland (Australia)
  • M.Sc. in Occupational Psychology from University of London


  • Starr-Glass, D. (2023). The way of academic writing: Reflections of a traveler. In D. Conrad (Ed.), Research, writing, and creative process in open and distance education: Tales from the field (32–44). Open Book Publisher.

  • Starr-Glass, D. (2023). When corporations confront significant environmental change: Interlocking responses of management and governance. In C. Machado & P. Davim (Eds.), Corporate governance for climate transition (pp. 21–49). Springer

  • Starr-Glass, D. (2021). The pedagogic possibilities of student-generated case studies: Moving through the looking glass. In Information Resources Management Association (IRMA) (Eds.), Research anthology on developing critical thinking skills in students (pp. 429449). IGI Global. https://doi:10.4018/978-1-7998-3022-1.ch022

  • Starr-Glass, D. (2021). Culturally responsive pedagogy, national culture, and online instruction: Leading to learning. In Information Resources Management Association (IRMA) (Eds.), Research Anthology on Culturally Responsive Teaching and Learning (pp. 323–342). IGI Global.

  • Starr-Glass, D. (2021). Utilizing learner knowledge in Cross-Culture Management education: Beneath the visible teaching pyramid. In Information Resources Management Association (IRMA) (Eds.), Research anthology on business and technical education in the information era (pp. 770789). IGI Global. 

  • Starr-Glass, D. (2021). Moving towards active blended learning: An adopter’s experience. In B. C. Padilla Rodriguez & A. Armellini (Eds.), Cases on active blended learning in higher education (pp. 23–42). IGI-Global.