IBE FacultyPage address: http://cob.mnsu.edu/ibe/faculty.html
Kathy Dale, Ph.D.
Kathy M. Dale is an Associate Professor of Management and the faculty chairperson for the United Prairie Bank Integrated Business Experience at Minnesota State University, Mankato. Dr. Dale has a Ph.D. from the University of North Texas. Her areas of expertise include Organizational Theory and Business Policy, and she teaches graduate and undergraduate classes in these areas. Her current research interests include issues in small business management, the use of business simulations in the classroom, team development, and leadership. Dr. Dale has served on the Board of Directors for a number of small business enterprises.
Joseph Reising, Ph.D.
Joseph J. Reising is an Associate Professor of Finance and teaches Data Analytics, Banking, and Business Finance. He was a member of the team that initiated the Integrated Business Experience (IBE) and currently teaches IBE Business Finance. Dr. Reising earned his undergraduate degrees in History and Economics from the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities and his Ph.D. in Finance from Texas A&M University. His areas of expertise include Banking and Corporate Control and he has published in a variety of high-quality financial journals including the Journal of Banking and Finance. Dr. Reising's current research examines the impact of regulatory changes on bank operations and control.
Kristin Scott, Ph.D.
Kristin A. Scott is an Associate Professor of Marketing with a Ph.D. from Oklahoma State University. She currently teaches classes for the Integrated Business Experience and a course that includes a study abroad component to Belize. She is a consumer behavior researcher who specifically focuses on the areas of sustainability and materialism. Her most current research investigates the generational and cultural differences in the American Dream for which she was awarded a research grant to conduct. Other recent publications have investigated consumers' propensity for repair behavior and young adults' social smoking behavior.