The Augustana University School of Business supports development of deep and lifelong relationships with faculty, mentors and peers who are integral to professional and personal success. Students will be immersed in a community that encourages and supports students as they develop into trusted business leaders who bring value to their communities.
Meet the Dean
Dr. Roxanne Stevens is the dean of the School of Business. Stevens, originally from Maryland, has served as an undergraduate and graduate faculty member, program chair and, most recently, interim dean at Azusa Pacific University in California. She earned an undergraduate degree from Mt. San Antonio College in Walnut, California, as well as a B.S. in business administration and B.A. in business management from the University of Phoenix in Arizona. Stevens also holds an MBA from Azusa Pacific University and DBA from Alliant International University in California.
Programs of Study
- Program Director of Master of Business Administration Dr. James Sturdevant | firstname.lastname@example.org | 605.274.5226
- Program Director of Master of Arts in Sports Administration & Leadership Scott Schmidt | email@example.com | 605.274.5226
- Program Director of Master of Professional Accountancy Laura Hybertson | firstname.lastname@example.org | 605.274.5546
- Dean of the School of Business Dr. Roxanne Stevens | email@example.com | 605.274.5321
Augustana is proud to announce that Dr. Roxanne Stevens has been named the university’s new dean of the School of Business. Stevens began serving in her role in mid-August. Stevens is working on both a short- and long-term plan for the School of Business that includes growth initiatives, community partnerships and student engagement opportunities — such as additional internships, student organizations and honor societies.
Augustana University student Emily Grein ‘24, of Eden Prairie, Minnesota, is a double major in accounting and finance. This summer, she traveled back to her roots in Minnesota for an internship at Northrop Gruman in Plymouth.