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Office of Marketing and University Communication

Experts on Business and Finance

Advertising:

Timothy Meyer, Professor Emeritus of Information and Computing Science (Communication). John P. Blair Endowed Chair in Communication. Ben J. and Joyce Rosenberg Professor.
Effect of advertising on children, adolescents and adults. Public relations and promotions.
920-360-6664. meyert@uwgb.edu.

Peter Smith, Associate Professor of Business Administration.
Consumer behavior. Advertising.
465-2509. smithp@uwgb.edu.

Banking:

Kumar Kangayappan, Professor of Urban and Regional Studies (Economics).
Micro and macro economic theory. Money and banking. Economic development.
465-2083. kangayak@uwgb.edu.

William Lepley, Associate Professor of Business Administration.
Financial issues. Financial markets. Investments. Banking.
465-2044. lepleyw@uwgb.edu.

Business of Art:

Ellen Rosewall, Professor of Art and Design (Arts Management).
Arts management. The business of art.
465-2673/465-2348. rosewale@uwgb.edu.

Career Planning:

Karla Miller, Program Coordinator, Career Services.
Recruiting strategies for employers/organizations. Preparing professional resumes and correspondence. Professional interview skills.
465-2163. millerk@uwgb.edu.

Linda Peacock-Landrum, Director of Career Services.
Job outlook for graduating seniors. Job market trends. Employment issues. Job search assistance. Resume and interview skill development.
465-2163. peacockl@uwgb.edu.

Economic Development:

Ryan Kauth, Director of the Small Business Development Center at UW-Green Bay.
Economic development and entrepreneurship. Small business issues, including start-up, management and marketing. Young professionals.
496-2112. kauthr@uwgb.edu.

Financial Markets and Investments:

William Lepley, Associate Professor of Business Administration.
Financial issues. Financial markets. Investments. Banking.
465-2044. lepleyw@uwgb.edu.

Human Resources and Employment:

Ghadir Ishqaidef, Assistant Professor of Business Administration (Management).
Employee compensation, general human resource management issues. Temporary and contingent employment arrangements, discrimination in the workplace, career management issues.
465-2496. ishqaidg@uwgb.edu.

International Trade:

Ismail Shariff, Professor Emeritus of Urban and Regional Studies (Economics). Philip J. and Elizabeth B. Hendrickson Professor for Business.
Regional, national and international economic issues. International trade and development. Economics of developing areas, particularly Africa. The World Bank.
465-2355 (o), 336-5515 (h). shariffi@uwgb.edu.

Management:

Lucy Arendt, Associate Dean of the College of Professional Studies, Director of the Austin E. Cofrin School of Business and Associate Professor of Business Administration (Management).
Organizational theory and behavior. Leadership. Humor in the workplace. Organizational decision making and disasters (hurricanes, earthquakes). Executive education.
465-2058. arendtl@uwgb.edu.

Marketing:

Donald McCartney, Senior Lecturer in Business Administration.
General marketing. International marketing. Selling and sales management.
465-2520. mccartnd@uwgb.edu.

Nonprofit Management:

Lora Warner, Associate Professor of Public and Environmental Affairs. Director of the Center for Public Affairs.
Management of Nonprofit Organizations: Efficiency, strategic planning, outcome measurement, board leadership, marketing and program evaluation. Training and consulting. Community indicator and quality of life research.
465-2404. warnerl@uwgb.edu.

Organizational Communication:

Phillip Clampitt, Professor of Information and Computing Science (Communication). Philip J. and Elizabeth B. Hendrickson Professor for Business.
Communication within organizations. Communication strategy. Public relations.
465-2324 (o), 468-3479 (h). clampitp@uwgb.edu.

Small Business Issues:

Ryan Kauth, Director of Small Business Development Center.
Small business issues, including start-up, management and marketing.
496-2112. kauthr@uwgb.edu.

Christina Trombley, Director of Adult Degree Program.
Economic development and entrepreneurship. Small business issues, including start-up, management and marketing.
465-2470. tromblec@uwgb.edu.

Steve VandenAvond, Dean of Continuing Education, Division of Outreach and Adult Access.
Adult education methods and practice. History and philosophy of adult education.
465-2641. vandenas@uwgb.edu.

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