Peter Imbriale, M.B.A., M.S., Lieutenant Commander, USCG
Lieutenant Commander (LCDR) Peter Imbriale graduated from the United States Coast Guard Academy in 2012 with a Bachelor of Science in Operations Research and Computer Analysis. His first assignment was a Deck Watch Officer on USCGC VIGILANT (WMEC-617) in Cape Canaveral, FL. In 2014, LCDR Imbriale transferred to USCGC RICHARD DIXON (WPC-1113) in San Juan, PR, as the ship’s first Executive Officer and a member of the “plank owner” crew. In 2018, he completed graduate school education at the University of Connecticut and reported to the Academy as a rotating military instructor in the Management Department. In 2019, he was selected for the Academy’s Permanent Commissioned Teaching Staff. LCDR Imbriale is currently a doctoral candidate at Bentley University where his research interests include humanitarian and disaster response logistics.
- M.B.A, University of Connecticut, 2018
- M.S., Business Analytics and Project Management, 2018
- B.S., Operations Research and Computer Analysis, United States Coast Guard Academy, 2012
- Macroeconomic Principles
- Operations and Project Management
- Public Management Consulting
Selected Publications and Presentations
- P. Imbriale, A. Zapalska (2019). Assessment of Critical Thinking Skills in Principles of Macroeconomics Using the 21st Century Bloom’s Taxonomy Model. European Journal of Education Studies, 6(1), 211-220.
- Imbriale, P., Stavrulaki, E., & Livingston, J. (2021). “When Helping Hurts: Donor Behavior in Post-Disaster Material Convergence.” Presented at Bentley University’s 8th Annual Research Showcase, Waltham, MA.
- P. Imbriale (2019). “Assessment of Critical Thinking in Macroeconomics Principles.” Presented at the 30th Annual Teaching Economics Conference: Instruction and Classroom Based Research, Coraopolis, PA.