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Rupak Rauniar

Rupak Rauniar, Nepalese, American management educator. Achievements include research in in integrated product development and commerce. Recipient Mahendra Bidhya Bhusan medal, Ministry Education, Government Nepal, 2006; scholar Colombo Plan, Government India, 1991-1995; Institutional Research grant, Jackson State University, 2006, Summer Research grant, 2005, Cameron School Business, 2008.


  • Rauniar, Rupak was born on April 27, 1972 in Kathmandu, Nepal. Son of P.P. and Madhuri Rauniar.

  • Education

    • Doctor of Philosophy in Manufacturing Management and Engineering, University Toledo, 2002.


    • Product manager Novell Unlimited Software Inc., Kathmandu, 1995—1996. Management consultant PriceWaterHouse Coopers, Philadelphia, 1998—2000. Assistant professor Jackson State University, Mississippi, 2002—2006, University St. Thomas, Houston, since 2006.

      Program committee member Decision Sciences Institute, Atlanta, since 2006. Research assistant University Toledo, 2000.

    Major achievements

    • Certified in professional project management Project Management Institute. Achievements include research in in integrated product development and commerce.


    Republican United Nations Global Compact, PRME, New York City, 2007. Assistant secretary Nepalese Association Houston, 2006. Member of Institute Operations Management Society, Production and Operations Management Society, Academy Management, Decision Sciences Institute (Certified of Appreciation 2007-2008), Project Management Institute.



    Fishing, camping, travel, mountain climbing.


    • Married Samhita Shah, June 23, 2004. Children: Aashvi, Amaani.
    • father: P.P. Rauniar
    • mother: Madhuri Rauniar
    • spouse: Samhita Shah
    • children: Aashvi Rauniar
    • Amaani Rauniar
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    Born April 27, 1972
    (age 45)
    • 2002
      University Toledo
    • 1995 - 1996
      Product manager, Novell Unlimited Software Incorporated
      Kathmandu, Nepal
    • 1998
      management, consultant PriceWaterHouse Coopers
      Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
    • 2002 - 2006
      assistant, professor Jackson State University
      Mississippi, United States
    • 2006
      assistant, professor Jackson State University
      Houston, Texas, United States