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Eric A. Gaber

Visiting Assistant Professor

Business Administration Faculty

(724) 946-7161

Campus Location:
   Thompson Clark
Mailbox: 150

Eric A. Gaber

E.I.R./Visiting Assistant Professor

School of Business

302 Thompson-Clark

Westminster College

319 South Market Street

New Wilmington, PA  16172


Spring 2019 Office Hours:

M/W: 11:45 to 4:00

T: 12:00 to 4:00

F: 11:45 to 2:00

Fall 2018 Class Schedule:                                                                                                                                    


9:20am            BA 410 TC 210
10:30am          BA 345 - TC 315

About Me

Eric has been an entrepreneur for over 30 years of experience. In these capacities he has been President and Executive with several organizations, Eric has extensive experience in leading organizations from corporate inception through on-going organizational management.

The majority of his career includes leading a National/International Executive Recruiting-HR Consulting organization. These efforts primarily have focused in the Engineering & Construction industries. In addition to the Executive Recruiting and Consulting experiences, Eric has been directly involved in the creation, development and operations of a wide variety of organizations. Concurrently, to the other business ventures Eric has initiated, in 2000, Eric was the key employee of an e-commerce start-up as National Director of Business Development (MateriaLink, an E-commerce marketplace for the E&C industry offering procurement solutions).

Eric participates with many associations, including: CHA, HRCC, AGC, ABC, CFMA, SMPS, DBIA, ISPE, MCAA and NECA. As a recognized leader in Human Resources, E-Commerce and hiring trends, Eric has authored an article, spoke at industry conferences, served on industry panels and been interviewed by regional and national periodicals. These include: Pittsburgh Business Times, Pittsburgh Tribune Review, Engineering News Record, Construction Company Strategist, CBMR, HRCC, etc.

Over the past two years, Eric has been an Adjunct Business Professor with LaRoche College, accountable for the instruction of tseveral business courses pertaining to undergraduate level and assisting graduate level courses. He lives in McCandless Township near Pittsburgh with a wife and two daughters, one attending Xavier University and the other at Duquesne University