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Aline Wolff

Aline Wolff

Joined Stern 1994

Leonard N. Stern School of Business
Kaufman Management Center
44 West Fourth Street, 3-105
New York, NY 10012

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Aline Wolff is an Adjunct Professor of Management Communication at New York University's Leonard N. Stern School of Business. She teaches courses in innovative thinking for business, as well as business, management, and organizational communication for the undergraduates, MBAs and for the Executive Education programs, including the Bankseta program for South African bankers and Communication Strategies: Developing Leadership Presence.

Professor Wolff has been with NYU Stern since 1994. Her primary research areas include innovative thinking for business, neuroscience, and learning for the millennial generation, and experiential learning for business. Before joining NYU Stern, she worked on Wall Street, at Citibank and Goldman Sachs and Co. as well as IBM. In addition to her work at NYU Stern, Professor Wolff has taught at both CUNY and SUNY.

Professor Wolff received her bachelor of arts in communication from the University of California, Berkeley. She received her Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy from Columbia University. Professor Wolff has been recently called on to judge and review proposals in the areas of entrepreneurship and business innovation.

Research Interests

  • Innovative thinking for business
  • Neuroscience and learning for millennials
  • Experiential learning for business

Courses Taught

  • Business Communication - Langone program
  • Innovative Thinking - Executive MBA
  • Innovative Thinking for Business - MBA
  • Organizational Communication - Undergraduate

Academic Background

Ph.D., Rhetoric, 1981
Columbia University

M.A., Communication, 1979
Teachers College, Columbia University

B.A., Communication
University of California, Berkeley