Charles A. Millick is an assistant professor of management in the Department of Business at Wheeling Jesuit University. His background includes being an educator, professional engineer, and has experience as an army officer, corporate executive, entrepreneur, and professional consultant. Professor Millick has an undergraduate degree in Engineering from the US Military Academy at West Point, NY and an MBA from Xavier University in Cincinnati, OH. He completed continuing education with the General Electric (GE) Company in their Management and Advanced Management Programs, BOC Group's Senior Management Program, and the Harvard School of Public Health for decision support to the US Department of Energy. He has instructed in GE's Management Training Program and was an Adjunct Professor at several Universities during his Management Career. Professor Millick held a series of management positions in Operations and Corporate Staff with the General Electric Company and several other major blue chip corporations, completed evaluations in Europe and Japan, and provided consulting services for commercial clients and federal agencies.
A veteran professional Professor Millick teaches MBA courses to include: Leadership Skills, Organizational Behavior, Management of Organizational and Human Resources, Labor Relations, and Project Management. Undergraduate courses taught include Strategic Business Planning, Human Resource Management, Principles of Marketing, and Principles of Management. Contributing to the development of new business knowledge, Professor Millick has researched and recently published Business Leadership topics such as: Leadership and the Science of Happiness (2008) and Values-Based Leadership and Happiness: Enlightened Leadership Improves the Return on People (2009).
Professor Millick was raised in the Ohio Valley and participated in sports to include American Legion baseball, varsity sports at the Linsly School, and member of a Division I nationally ranked undefeated football team at West Point. He enjoys active physical fitness activities at the Wellness Center and continues to work on his tennis and golf game.