Lori Long headshot

Burton D. Morgan Endowed Chair in Entrepreneurial Studies
Ph.D., Kent State University

Lori Long

Lori Long headshotBurton D. Morgan Endowed Chair in Entrepreneurial Studies

Ph.D., Kent State University
M.L.R.H.R., Cleveland State University
B.A., Bowling Green State University

As the Burton D. Morgan Endowed Chair in Entrepreneurial Studies, Lori works in partnership with the Center for Innovation & Growth to foster faculty excellence, across all academic disciplines, in entrepreneurship education. Lori provides leadership for the entrepreneurship minor and instructs courses in management and entrepreneurship. She holds a doctorate in Management Systems from Kent State University, a Master of Labor Relations and Human Resources from Cleveland State University and a Bachelor of Arts from Bowling Green State University. Long is also the President of LK Consulting LLC, a management consulting firm.

Long's research interests include developing entrepreneurs, online learning, organizational culture and effective work/life management strategies. Her work has been published in Higher Education Skills and Work-based Learning, The Journal of Human Resources Education, The Journal of Workplace Learning, The International Journal of E-learning, Equal Opportunities International and The Journal of Management Development, as well as several other journals, books and conference proceedings. She is also the author of "The Parent's Guide to Family Friendly Work" (Career Press, 2007).

Lori Long, Ph.D.

Dr. Lori Long is a professor instructing courses in human resources, general management and entrepreneurship. She is certified as a senior professional in human resources through the Human Resource Certification Institute. Long is also the president of LK Consulting LLC, a human resource management consulting firm, and she has more than 20 years of experience in the practice of human resource management.