Sebastian (Bud) Bellomo

Bud BellomoPosition

Interim Director


Graduate Studies

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St. Louis (Webster Groves)


DMgt, Webster University; MBA, Lindenwood University; BS Business Administration, Lindenwood University

Professional Experience

Before joining Webster University, Dr. Sebastian (Bud) Bellomo had a 36-year successful career as a manager and executive with General Motors Corporation. Early in his career in the auto industry, Bellomo was provided two-year leave of absence from General Motors. During this time, he worked as a production process engineer at Rolls Royce Motors Limited in London, England. 


Dr. Bellomo has been serving in the role of Special Projects Coordinator in the Dean's Office of the Walker School of Business and Technology, as an adjunct faculty member, and as the faculty advisor to Delta Mu Delta International Honor Society in Business. He teaches online and classroom courses in the MBA program and is in his 15th year as an adjunct (part-time) professor for the Walker School of Business and Technology. He has twice taught undergraduate economics courses during summer terms at Webster's Thailand campus in Cha-am. Bellomo also serves as the course mentor for online faculty who teach BUSN 5620 Current Economic Analysis. During spring semesters, he teaches an economics course as an adjunct instructor at Washington University in St. Louis.

In previous assignments for the Walker School of Business and Technology, Dr. Bellomo served as co-chair of the School's Assessment Committee and an assistant to the chair of the Department of Business for adjunct (part-time) faculty affairs.


Bellomo, Sebastian F., and Donald L. Westerfield. Economic Implications of Implementing Ergonomic Task Intervention in Manufacturing. "The Journal of Business Economics Research." Volume 1, Number 1 (October 1997): 57-64.

Contact Information

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