Raymundo Rosada

Raymundo Rosada

Lecturer, School of Public and Global Affairs



  • Theory and Practice of Administration
  • Personnel Administration Ethics and Public Values
  • Organizational Decision-Making
  • Organizational Planning and Risk Communication
  • Leadership:  Global Advanced Scholarship and Practice Seminar in Strategic Management


  • Leadership, Management,  Migration, and Diversity


  • BA, University of San Jose-Recoletos
  • MA, University of San Jose-REcoletos
  • MAS, Fairleigh Dickinson University
  • DM, University of San Jose-Recoletos
  • PhD, Cebu Normal University

Academic Profile

Raymundo C. Rosada, Lecturer, joined Fairleigh Dickinson University right after he graduated from the MAS Program in 2017. Ray holds undergraduate and graduate degrees in Psychology and earned his first doctorate degree in Management major in Human Resources Management from the University of San Jose-Recoletos, Cebu City, Philippines. He also has a Ph.D. in Education major in Research and Evaluation from the Cebu Normal University, Philippines. He is a Registered Psychologist in the Philippines.

Prior to his coming to Canada, Ray rose from the ranks in the academe. He was an Associate Professor, Department Chair, and College of Arts and Sciences Dean of the University of San Jose-Recoletos. As an educator and an administrator, Ray made sure that his students were equipped with theories and principles to solve real-life personal and professional challenges. He likewise instituted innovations that maximized the limited resources of the university and optimized bottom lines. During his tenure as a Department Chair, Ray headed a marketing campaign that tripled the enrollment of his department in three years’ time. On top of this, he prioritized the welfare of his people, ensuring that the workplace is a safe and happy place to work for everybody.

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