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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Sheila Milligan

Sheila Milligan

BBA from University of Cincinnati

Contact

906-487-3259
smilliga@mtu.edu

Lecturer in Accounting, School of Business and Economics

Sheila Milligan received her BBA from the University of Cincinnati majoring in accounting.  Later she earned her Master of Accounting, specializing in Forensic Accounting from Florida Atlantic University.  Sheila Milligan has worked in the accounting field for over 20 years.  She started her career in Atlanta Georgia, working for two . . .

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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 . . .

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Greg Graman

Gregory A. Graman

PhD in Operations Management, University of Cincinnati

Contact

gagraman@mtu.edu

Associate Professor of Operations and Supply Chain Management,

Dr. Gregory A. Graman has a Ph.D. in Operations Management, a Master of Science in Quantitative Analysis, an MBA in Operations Management, and a Bachelor of Science in Metallurgical (Material Science) Engineering from the University of Cincinnati. Before entering academics, he worked for several years in the primary metals industry . . .