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Dr. Alwan is a Professor of Leadership and Organizational Behavior at the College. His major academic interests are Management, Marketing and organizational development that creates a dynamic organization with a cutting edge alignment in the marketplace and quality work-life for its employees. During his spare time, Dr. Alwan enjoys Kung Fu, traveling and outdoor activities.
David Anstett is an Assistant Professor of Management at the College. His major academic interests include economic development, organizational change and growth, entrepreneurship and food product development. Durin his spare time, Mr. Anstett enjoys reading history, religion, playing golf, and fishing.
Lori has served as COO, CFO and Vice President of several startup entrepreneurial and mid sized companies. She has expertise in accounting, finance, human resources and strategic planning. She has the dual credentials of a Certified Management Accountant (CMA) and a Professional in Human Resources (PHR). Lori is actively involved in strategic planning and leadership issues.
Lynn is an Industrial/Organizational Psychologist with a Ph.D. from the University of Missouri-St. Louis, an M.S. from North Dakota State University, and a B.A. from The College of St. Scholastica. Dr. Kalnbach teaches Research Methods, Statistics, Social Psychology and Organizational Behavior. Her research interests focus on organizational issues including employee turnover and morale and organizational assessment, evaluation, and change. Dr. Kalnbach is the advisor of the student psychology organization (PASS).
Dr. Luker is a higher education professor and social sciences researcher. She teaches as an adjunct professor for the College. Dr. Luker has almost 20 years of higher education experience, including administration, admissions, advising, consulting, and teaching. Her educational background is in Psychology and Education.
Kathy Modin, Chair for the Management Department in the School of Business and Technology. She has served in various capacities over the past 18 years, including Director of Ethics Projects and Chair of the SB&T Undergraduate Extended Studies and Online Programs. Her academic interests include Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility, HR Management, Marketing, Training and Development, Continuing Education for adult learners, and Online Instruction. In her spare time, she enjoys hiking, biking, cross-country skiing, and reading biographies and historical fiction.
Patrick Spott received his Bachelor of Arts Degree, cum laude, from the University of Minnesota in 1983 and his Juris Doctor Degree, cum laude, from Hamline University School of Law in 1986. At Hamline he was a law review editor and member of the Silver Gavel Honor Society. Subsequent to graduation he served as a law clerk for the Minnesota Court of Appeals and the Sixth Judicial District in Duluth. He has been in engaged in the private practice of law since 1987 and founded Spott Law Office with attorney Kay Biga. Starting in 2000 Pat has been repeatedly selected by Minnesota Law and Politics as a “Super Lawyer,” recognizing him as one of the top 5% of all lawyers in the State of Minnesota. His high-profile cases have been followed in both the local and national press, and he has appeared on “Court TV” as well as local television. His cases have been featured in Forbes Magazine, the Minnesota Lawyer and other papers and periodicals. A speaker at Continuing Legal Education seminars, Pat has presented on numerous topics, including employment, workers’ compensation, and collection law. He is also a long time Dale Carnegie Training trainer, instructing both lawyers and non-lawyers in applying time-tested principles to measurably improve the confidence, communications, and interpersonal skills of individuals, teams, and organizations. At the College of St. Scholastica his teaching has focused on business law topics. He regularly teaches Legal Aspects of Management to undergraduates and Business Law to graduate students.