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DCHAT Podcast: PLU School of Business Dean Chung-Shing Lee answers alumni questions

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TACOMA, WASH. (Nov. 17, 2016)- The second episode of Pacific Lutheran University’s DCHAT podcast features a discussion with Chung-Shing Lee, Professor of Technology and Innovation Management and dean of the PLU School of Business. An award-winning educator and accomplished researcher, Dr. Lee was named dean of the PLU School of Business in July 2016.

DCHAT is a new interview-based podcast featuring PLU academic deans and highlighted by questions submitted by PLU alumni. Special thanks to the following alumni for submitting questions for this episode: Christopher Algeo ‘89, Carlyn Roy ‘82, Pat Busick ‘00 ‘06, Jason Hulen ‘01, James Murphy ‘11 and Grace Takehara ‘16.

Conversation Highlights:

3:30- Why Dr. Lee decided to teach at PLU.

4:40- The philosophy behind the business school’s commitment to study away.

9:30- The five action items crucial to teaching and practicing business ethics.

12:15- Preparing students to understand and assimilate into a variety of corporate cultures, work norms and expectations for performance.

14:50- How the School of Business develops relationships with Puget Sound-area technology, finance and business employers.

18:10- Encouraging and preparing students to build their resumes and professional networks.

20:10- Preparing students to thrive in the digital transformation economy.

23:20- Evolving business curriculum to ensure PLU graduates are able to excel in a variety of fast-paced, constantly changing, business environments.

26:40- How the School of Business attracts and retains quality faculty members.

29:00- How PLU alumni can connect and become involved with the School of Business and current business students.

Dr. Chung-Shing Lee, PLU School of Business Dean, in the KNKX studio at PLU.

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