School of Business

Professor Emeriti

The title of professor emeriti is granted to certain faculty members upon their retirement who have made significant contributions to the college during their tenure and are still active members of the college community.


Mattson AtsunyoMattson Atsunyo
Professor Emeritus of Business
Mattson Atsunyo spent 20 years inspiring the Mount's Business students to achieve their full potential. At the Mount, he taught courses in Management, Organizational Behavior, Human Resource Management, and International Business. His research interests are in the International dimensions of Management, Organizational Behavior, and Human Resource Management.
 

 

 

 

 

 

 Portrait of: Louis FortunatoLouis Fortunato
Professor Emeritus of Accounting
Louis Fortunato retired in 2016 after almost 30 years of teaching and inspiring Mount Accounting students. His legacy was one of challenging and encouraging his students in their studies. While teaching, Lou managed his own accounting practice, being able to share this real world experience with his students. As an employer/participant in the college's Co-op Program, he was named the NYSCEEA Employer of the Year in 2002. Lou encouraged art appreciation by arranging art exhibits around campus. He has chaired the Division of Business and the Faculty Senate and in 2014 was awarded the Mount Saint Mary College Faculty Award.