Roberto Chavarry is an instructor in the Information Systems and Decision Sciences Department, teaching courses in human resources, negotiation, organizational assessment and organizational behavior.
An expert in negotiation, Chavarry is an FMCS-licensed labor arbitrator in the Southeast and Puerto Rico. He has decades of experience in labor relations. He worked for the National Labor Relations Board for more than 30 years, including regional director roles in Chicago and Indianapolis. After retiring from the board in 2006, Chavarry led a CAFTA international project in the Central American countries of Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador as well as the Dominican Republic. Chavarry has extensive teaching experience, having taught at Loyola University in Chicago, San Diego State University and Webster University, prior to joining USF.
He earned a master's degree in labor and industrial relations and a bachelor's degree in political science, both from the University of Illinois.
- MAN 3240 - Organizational Behavior
- MAN 4282 - Organizational Assessment
- MAN 3301 - Human Resource Management
- MAN 4441 - Negotiation and Conflict Management
- Member, University-wide Committee for Suicide Prevention
- Co-chair, USF Management Speaker Series
- Thesis adviser, Honor's Program