Three St. Norbert College Faculty Members Named to Endowed Chairs
Three faculty members have been named to the endowed chairs of the St. Norbert College Schneider School of Business & Economics. They are as follows:
Jamie O'Brien: O'Brien has been named to hold the Donald J. and Darlene M. Long Endowed Chair. O'Brien serves as the director of business. He is an associate professor of business administration at the college and received his Ph.D. in organizational behavior and strategic management from the University of Limerick, Ireland. O'Brien teaches both introductory level and higher level courses in business administration.
Lucy Arendt: Arendt has been named to hold the Clarence P. Bleser Endowed Chair. Arendt serves as the director of accreditation. She is a professor of business administration at the college and received her Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
Marc Schaffer: Schaffer has been named to hold the Dale and Ruth Michels Endowed Chair. Shaffer serves as the director of the Center for Business & Economic Analysis (CBEA). He is an associate professor of economics at the college and received his Ph.D. in applied economics from Western Michigan University. He teaches both introductory level courses and higher level courses in economics.
The Donald J. Schneider School of Business & Economics was established at St. Norbert College after an unprecedented gift from Pat Schneider, wife of the late Don Schneider, for whom the school is named. The school is the region's center for the advancement of sound business practice, championing principles and methods that contribute to a thriving northeast Wisconsin. Aside from the many undergraduate business courses taught by its faculty, the school also has an MBA program offering three concentrations: business, health-care management, and supply chain and manufacturing.
For more information, contact David Wegge, interim dean of the Schneider School of Business & Economics, at 920-403-3447 or email@example.com.