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Anne-Kathrin Kronberg

Assistant Professor

Anne-Kathrin Kronberg is an assistant professor in Sociology and Organization Science at the UNC Charlotte. Before coming to Charlotte, she completed her Ph.D. at Emory University and worked as a postdoctoral fellow at Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany.

Cliff W. Scott

Professor, Organizational Science & Communication Studies

Cliff Scott is a professor of Organizational Science and Communication Studies at UNC Charlotte. His research looks at relationships among formal and informal communication processes, high reliability organizing, and occupational safety. Topics include: after action reviews, work meetings, sensemaking, safety culture and climate, and organizational socialization.

Craig Depken

Professor of Economics

Craig Depken II, Ph.D., joined the Belk College of Business in August 2007. Prior to UNC Charlotte, he was an associate professor of economics at the University of Texas at Arlington. Depken has taught a wide variety of applied economics courses, including econometrics, international economics and industrial organization.

Dean A. Kruckeberg


Dean Kruckeberg, Ph.D., APR, Fellow PRSA, is co-author of the books "Public Relations and Community: A Reconstructed Theory;" "This Is PR;" and "Transparency, Public Relations, and the Mass Media." He has been presented the NCA Lifetime Achievement Award for Contributions in Public Relations Education, the PRSA Atlas Award for Lifetime Achievement in International Public Relations, was PR

Denis Arnold

Surtman Distinguished Professor of Business Ethics

Denis G. Arnold is the Jule and Marguerite Surtman Distinguished Professor of Business Ethics and professor of Management in the Belk College of Business at UNC Charlotte. He is a widely published scholar with a focus on international business ethics, corporate misconduct and public policy regarding business.

Eric D. Heggestad

Interim Department Chair

Eric Heggestad, Ph.D., is chair of the Department of Psychological Science. He joined the University in 2005 after working for the Air Force Research Laboratory and Colorado State University. He is an industrial and organizational psychologist, who focuses on applying principles of psychology to work contexts.