Redefining the Classroom

Frank, constructive discussion for 45 years and counting . . .

Posted: May 12th, 2014

LEVERAGING A LEGACY – Handshakes seal the deal as a Lake Superior State University bargaining class wraps up work for the year on April 24. MGMT469 Collective Bargaining analyzes bargaining theory, with the strategies - and weapons - available to both parties. Its professor, Madan Saluja (back, left), looks on approvingly. Saluja is somewhat of an institution in LSSU's School of Business. After earning a baccalaureate at the University of Delhi, he came to the United States during the Kennedy era through an international student program to Macalester College in Saint Paul, Minn., where he earned a degree in law, a baccalaureate in economics, and master's degrees in public administration and industrial relations. It was quite a catch when Lake State landed him in 1969. Since then, thousands of students have passed through his economics, bargaining, and business law classes. Run a Web search on "LSSU business" to read more about that area of study at Lake Superior State. (LSSU/John Shibley)

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