Faculty Bio

Bradley Andrew

Associate Professor of EconomicsDirector of the International Studies Program

Office Location: Brumbaugh Academic Center C205D
Phone Number: (814)641- 3378

Personal Website: http://faculty.juniata.edu/andrew

A 1989 graduate of Framingham State College with a bachelor's degree in economics, Dr. Andrew went on to earn a master's degree in economics in 1992 and a doctorate in economics in 2002, both from the University of Connecticut.

Dr. Andrew came to Juniata in 2001 from Babson College, where he worked as a visiting lecturer during the 2000-2001 academic year. From 1996 to 2000, he also was an instructor for individual economics courses offered at Babson College and Bentley College.

His teaching interests include Economic History, Law and Economics, History of Economic Thought, International Political Economy, Microeconomics and Macroeconomics. Dr. Andrew's research focus is in the history of economic thought, political economy and economic history. He has co-authored two papers on the economic history of the Shakers. He published his research on the Shakers in Communal Societies and Exploration in Economic History. He has also performed research about the colonial trade between Glasgow and the Chesapeake region in a collected volume of essays published the Spanish Economic History Association.

Dr. Andrew became the head of the International Studies (IS) program in 2002, and since then there has been a quadrupling in the number of students with IS POEs. In the summer of 2004, Dr. Andrew co-directed an NEH-funded seminar titled "The Role of Film in International Studies" along with Jim Roney, Russian professor and also a member of the International Studies faculty. The goal of the seminar was to help Juniata professors better understand film, and how to use film as a pedagogical tool.

In 2005, Dr. Andrew organized a retreat for the Accounting, Business and Economics program so they could study the current curriculum and discuss how to implement improvements. In spring 2006 he was part of outside review teams that evaluated McDaniel College's Economics and Business Program and Washington Colleges Business Management Program.

Dr. Andrew is married to Susan Andrew and has one son, Cameron.