#FacultyFriday: Meet Abram Fisher

This #FacultyFriday, meet Abram Fisher, an associate professor of business administration who has taught at the college since 2013, first as an adjunct contract instructor and then as a full-time faculty member. Previously, for several years he worked as the risk and insurance coordinator at the college, assisting with fiscal and legal analysis and research, internal controls research, ledger review and adjustment, commercial lease management, and contractual drafting, review, negotiation, and revision.

Name: Abram Fisher
Title: Associate professor of business administration
Email: ayfisher@puc.edu   
Faculty since: 2014

Classes taught: Business Law, Personal Law, Healthcare Law, Financial Accounting, Estate Taxation, Problems in Finance

Education: Bachelor’s in business administration, from PUC, 2007; bachelor’s in communication, from PUC, 2007; Juris Doctor, from the University of Maryland Law School, 2011

What made you decide to be a teacher?
I hadn’t planned on it originally, but after teaching on contract when the school found itself without a Business Law professor, I decided I really liked it—and the department was nice enough to let me stick around.

What are some of your hobbies?
Reading (as long as it’s a good story, and isn’t remotely useful), generally trying to be less physically sedentary (walking, elliptical, rack), recently trying to learn basic guitar (I’m ridiculously horrible), occasional gamer if the mood strikes me.

What’s something people might be surprised to know about you?
My parents are Caucasian (Polish and Russian/German descent lines IIRC).

What’s your favorite thing about PUC?
The students. MY students in particular.

What’s your favorite spot on campus?
The Clark Stairs. #sarcasm

What’s your favorite book?
“The Dark Tower” series.

What advice would you give to an incoming freshman?
Your teachers don’t bite. In fact, they’re generally here because working with, advising, and helping you is the best part of the job—so if you need something, ask.

Interested in learning more about all of PUC’s business programs? Visit puc.edu/admissions!

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