- Ph.D. University of Maryland, Economics
- MBA, New York University, Business Economics
- BA, Barnard College, History
Prior to joining Oregon Tech’s Business Management Department in 1995, Maureen Sevigny worked as a computer programmer for ADP Network Services in New York City, as a commodity research manager for M&M/Mars confectionery in Hackettstown, NJ, as an Assistant Professor of Business and Economics at East Stroudsburg University (Pennsylvania), as a transportation analyst at Cambridge Systematics in Washington, DC and as a consultant for the city of Annapolis, MD. Maureen has been the Program Director for Oregon Tech’s BAS in Technology and Management degree since 2012. She is the faculty lead for Oregon Tech’s partnership with the US Air Force’s Air University Associate to Baccalaureate Cooperative (AU-ABC) and the Base-to-Bachelor’s partnership with Klamath Community College. Maureen’s publications include Taxing Automobile Emissions for Pollution Control (1998) in the Edward Elgar New Horizons in Environmental Economics series and A Business Case for Home Performance Contracting (2012) PNNL-21196, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.
An avid long-distance bicyclist who has cycled across the United States three times, Maureen served as a member of the Governor-appointed Oregon Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee from 2005-2013. When not teaching, she enjoys cycling, hiking, cooking, and helping local communities improve their bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure.