Business & Technology 210C
BioLisa Czlonka is an Instructor and Interim Department Chair in the Business Administration Department at Northeastern State University. Her research interests include management practices, business strategy and policy, as well as diversity management.
Czlonka has co-authored a book chapter and received a Faculty Research Council grant to study individual differences on the perception of the economic impact of immigrants.
Czlonka completed her MBA from Carnegie Mellon University with a concentration in Management & Strategy, Marketing, and Entrepreneurship, her MSW from University of Hawaii with a concentration in Children & Families, and a BA in Psychology & Theology from the University of Notre Dame.
Previous experience includes small business ownership, researcher, marketing manager, and program director.
- MBA, CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY, TEPPER SCHOOL OF BUSINESS , 2009
- OtherMSW, UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII AT MANOA, SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK , 2005
- BA, UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME, 2002
- Individual Differences in Perception of the Economic Impact of Immigrants (Working Paper), Discovery, In Preparation; Not Yet Submitted,
- Games for peace: Empirical investigations with PeaceMaker (Book, Chapter in Non-Scholarly Book-New), Discovery, Published, 2010
- ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR - MGMT 3253 - Fall 2016