- Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Strategic Management
- M.B.A., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
- B.A., Grinnell College, Economics and French
Sarah J. Marsh earned her Ph.D. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (1997). Her expertise and interests are in strategic management, new product development and knowledge management. She currently serves as chair of the department and has teaching responsibilities in the area of strategic management and entrepreneurship in the undergraduate and Executive M.B.A. programs. Prior to joining NIU, she worked in the software and financial services industries. Her research has been published in multiple outlets, including Strategic Management Journal, Journal of Product Innovation Management, Journal of Engineering and Technology Management, Organization, among others.
- Competency Modeling in an Undergraduate Management Degree Program. Business Education & Accreditation (2014). 6: 47-60.
- Accessing knowledge through alliances and acquisitions: An empirical study of new market entry. Journal of Managerial Issues (2008). 20: 51-69.
- Creating Dynamic Capability: The Role of Intertemporal Integration, Knowledge Retention and Interpretation. Journal of Product Innovation Management (2006). 23 (5): 422-436.
- Not Quite as Simple as A-B-C: One Department's Experience with Publication Ranking. Journal of Management Inquiry (2006). 15(3): 301-315.
- Building Dynamic Capabilities in New Product Development Through Intertemporal Integration. Journal of Product Innovation Management (2003). 20 (2): 136-148.