At the School of Business and Economics, our goal is to educate high-quality students who focus on innovation, new technologies, entrepreneurship, and business development. Our staff and faculty work closely with students, alumni, industry leaders, and business professionals to provide a unique and distinctive career path. We are constantly developing our current programs, as well as offering the Business Development Experience where students gain real life experience while attending Michigan Tech. 

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Russ Louks

MS in Technology, Purdue University

Contact

487-2677
rwlouks@mtu.edu

Professor of Practice, School of Business and Economics

Russ Louks joins the School of Business and Economics as a professor of practice of Management Information Systems and the Advisor for the ITOxygen Enterprise team.  He is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) from the International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium.   He has 29 years of experience in . . .

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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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Bryan Lagalo

MA, Economics, University of Georgia

Contact

906-487-2223
balagalo@mtu.edu

Lecturer in Economics, School of Business and Economics

Bryan Lagalo earned his MA degree in Economics at the University of Georgia.  He also studied at Saginaw Valley State University and earned a BBA in Finance, a BA in Economics, and a minor in Mathematics.  Before joining Michigan Tech he taught for two years at Brenau University in Gainesville, Georgia.  His teaching . . .