Richard Calabrese has taught at Dominican University for over 35 years and has served on numerous university committees, including the board of trustees, the academic affairs committee, and the committee for the Masters of Science in Organization Management program. A popular and highly regarded professor, he received the Excellence in Teaching Award from the Brennan School of Business in 1995. Calabrese has participated in service learning trips with Dominican students to Cuernavaca, Mexico, to El Salvador, where he served as an international monitor for the country’s presidential elections, and to Cuba as part of the first university-sponsored trip to the country since U.S. travel restrictions were eased. Through the Brennan School of Business’s executive MBA program in India, Calabrese taught a two-week course on organizational behavior at the International Institute of Information Technology in Pune, India, where he was the first foreigner to win an outstanding teaching award from the institute. Since 2008, he has taught a weekly seminar series on enhancing workplace relationships at Alexian Brothers Medical Center.