Christopher  Adalikwu

Christopher Adalikwu

Work History

Work History
Feb 2011 - Present

Professor of Management

Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Korea. Koréa, Ivory Coast

Professor of Management at Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Korea.

Mar 2009 - May 2010

Professor of Management and College of Business Dean

Catholic University Washington, District of Columbia, United States

Professor of Management and College of Business Dean at Catholic University Washington, District of Columbia, United States

Mar 2007 - Feb 2008

Dean, College of Business

Columbia Southern University Orange Beach, Alabama, United States

Dean, College of Business at Columbia Southern University Orange Beach, Alabama, United States

Feb 2000 - Apr 2007

Professor and Chair, Division of Business & Computer Information

Concordia College Moorhead, Minnesota, United States

Professor and Chair, Division of Business & Computer Information at Concordia College Moorhead, Minnesota, United States

Feb 1995 - Mar 2000

Professor of Management

Martin Methodist College Pulaski, Tennessee, United States

Professor of Management at Martin Methodist College Pulaski, Tennessee, United States

Education

Education
Feb 1992 - Jun 1995

Ph D

Walden University in Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States in Minnesota City, Minnesota, United States


Ph. D. at Walden University in Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States in Minnesota City, Minnesota, United States

Mar 1983 - Mar 1985

MBA

Jackson State University in Jackson, Mississippi, United States in Mississippi State, Mississippi, United States

MBA Jackson State University in Jackson, Mississippi, United States in Mississippi State, Mississippi, United States 

Jun 1980 - Mar 1983

BA

University of Northern Iowa in Cedar Falls, Iowa, United States in Iowa, Louisiana, United States

BA at University of Northern Iowa in Cedar Falls, Iowa, United States in Iowa, Louisiana, United States 

Skills

Skills

Management Training, Teaching, Program Management, Research, Staff Development, Organizational Behavior