College Faculty Experts - Speakers Bureau

 

One of our greatest assets are our nationally and internationally known faculty who are subject matter experts. As a part of our Community Outreach program, they are willing to volunteer their time to speak to local schools and community organizations. 

To request faculty speakers, please contact them directly on their availability. 


Patricia Castelli

Contact: pcastelli@ltu.edu | 248.204.3066 | Room: M309B

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  • Leadership
  • Leadership Development
  • Reflective Leadership
  • Global Leadership
  • Managing Global Teams
  • Cultural Diversity
  • Motivation Theories
  • Teamwork
  • Human Resource Management
Matthew Cole

Contact: mcole@ltu.edu | 248.204.3096 |
Room: M316

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  • Business Statistics and Research Methodology
  • Entrepreneurship and Entrepreneurial Mindset
  • Human Resource Management Mindfulness, and Emotional Intelligence
  • Organization Development and Change
  • Organizational Behavior Management
  • Organizational Culture
  • Positive Psychology, Appreciative Inquiry, and SOAR
  • Strategic Thinking
  • Teamwork (Virtual and Face-to-Face)
  • Business Coaching
Jacqueline Stavros

Contact: jstavros@ltu.edu | 248.204.3063 |
Room: M314

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  • Appreciative Inquiry (AI)
    • Creating Great Conversations
    • Creating Positive Change in Your Life
  • Positive Approaches to Leadership and Change (AI and SOAR)
  • Positive Psychology – Flourishing and Mindfulness
  • Strategy/Strategic Management
  • Strategic Thinking, Planning, and Leading
  • Organization Development Management Development
    • Principles of Effective Management
    • Building and Managing Teams
    • Effective Communications (channels, written, oral)
    • Learning to SOAR
    • Motivation
  • Leadership Development
  • Sustainability: Triple Bottom Line (People, Planets, and Profit)
  • Entrepreneurship – How to Start A Business
Pavlo Tsebro

Contact: ptsebro@ltu.edu | 248.204.3073 |
Room: M314B

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  • Entrepreneurial Finance: basic financial tools needed in running a small business. Brief descriptions: presentation of financial metrics/tools for short-term financial planning (operations, liquidity) for effective decision-making and controlling purposes; long-term financial decisions (measuring profitability of business and using various risk metrics).
  • Personal Finance: discussion of rational financial behavior - what represents a good financial discipline and habits, what are common mistakes done by many people in their regular financial decisions; presentation and discussion of key financial decisions made by individuals (use of debt, ownership vs. rent decisions etc.), investments for individuals.
  • Derivatives: how these tools can be used by individual investors and traders. Brief description: presentation of basic applications of futures and options by individual investors and traders: what are advantages of using these tools, what are the risks associated with derivatives.

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New partnership adds anti-poverty studies to Lawrence Tech's MBA program 

A new, groundbreaking partnership between Lawrence Technological University in Southfield and The PuLSE Institute (Institute for Public Leadership and Social Equity), Detroit’s anti-poverty think tank, will allow students who are enrolled in the MBA program at Lawrence Tech to study the Institute’s initiatives in addressing and identifying solutions to poverty. 

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U.S. Sen. Debbie Stabenow, D-Mich.

Stabenow to LTU grads: "We can't wait to see what you will become" 

The way U.S. Sen Debbie Stabenow sees it, today’s society faces many challenges stemming from constant, chaotic change—from a changing climate, to wrenching economic upheavals, to the effects of modern technology, to increasing levels of misinformation and political division. But giving a Commencement address at Lawrence Technological University Saturday afternoon, Stabenow expressed confidence that LTU graduates are up to the challenge.

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Research Day 2019

LTU's seventh annual Research Day sets more records 

Lawrence Technological University’s seventh annual Research Day set more records in a new, larger home.

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Inductees - Beta Gamma Sigma

Business honors fraternity inducts 32 

Lawrence Tech inducted 32 students into the Beta Gamma Sigma business honors fraternity in a March 29 ceremony at Plum Hollow Country Club in Southfield.

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Speaker Terry Onica (sixth from left)

CoBIT speaker: Technology key to surviving 'mind-boggling' change in auto industry 

Terry Onica, BSBA’90, had plenty to say to Lawrence Tech business students about supply chain best practices March 20 in her keynote speech for LTU’s College of Business and Information Technology Alumni Week. But first, she had words of encouragement for LTU’s students.

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SHAF

College prep website wins LTU faith-based business pitch contest 

A new website that would aggregate content on homework assistance and college admissions and financial aid won first place in a business pitch competition for high school youth from faith-based institutions, held March 7 at Lawrence Technological University’s Southfield campus.

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Meet LTU College of Business and Information Technology students and faculty at Industry Night March 27 

The LTU College of Business and Information Technology Industry Night will be held Tuesday, March 27 from 3 to 6:00 p.m. in the Gallery, Room T210, of LTU’s University Technology and Learning Center. (See www.ltu.edu/map.) It’s sponsored by the College of Business and Information Technology and the LTU Office of Career Services.

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Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church

LTU, Detroit church launch youth business pitch competition for faith-based organizations 

Lawrence Technological University has partnered with Detroit’s Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church to launch what’s believed to be the first business pitch competition of its kind – one targeting youth at faith-based organizations.

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