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Junhong Min

Junhong Min

PhD in Marketing, State University of New York at Binghamton

Contact

906-487-2885
jmin@mtu.edu

Associate Professor of Marketing, School of Business and Economics

Dr. Min earned his Ph.D. in Marketing from the State University of New York at Binghamton as well as Master of Marketing Research (MMR) from the Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville. Prior to entering the Binghamton Ph.D. program Dr. Min was a senior research executive at Nielsen, NY. In his . . .

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Sonia Goltz

Sonia Goltz

MS, PhD in Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Purdue University

Contact

906-487-3075
smgoltz@mtu.edu

Professor of Organizational Behavior, School of Business and Economics

Dr Goltz began her career at the University of Notre Dame and joined Michigan Tech in 1996. In addition to the teaching and research she does that is listed below, she is active in serving the academic and business communities. For example, she has served as Director of Business Graduate . . .

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Gary A Campbell

Ph.D. in Mineral Economics, The Pennsylvania State University

Contact

906-487-2808
gacampbe@mtu.edu

Professor of Natural Resource Economics, School of Business and Economics

Gary Campbell began teaching in the School of Business and Economics at Michigan Tech in 1982. He helped establish the MS in Mineral Economics Program (currently named Applied Natural Resource Economics) which admitted its first students in 1983. He is currently acting as the coordinator of that MS program and the . . .