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Meet Lew Chasalow, New Associate Professor of Business at LVC
10.28.13 |
Q: What classes will you be teaching at LVC?
A: I will be teaching Management Information Systems at the undergraduate and MBA levels and undergraduate Accounting Information Systems.

Q: What is your educational background and career experience?
A: I have a BS and MS in Industrial Engineering from Lehigh University, an MBA also from Lehigh, and a Ph.D. in Business with an MIS concentration from Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU). I worked in industry for about 30 years, including 20 years at AT&T in various positions ranging from manufacturing quality control to sales management, ending up as an IT director. Then I worked for IBM and Capital One in IT. While at Capital One I completed my Ph.D. and taught as an adjunct at VCU. I left Capital One to begin teaching full time, which I did in 2009 at the University of Findlay. I worked in the College of Business at Findlay until this past spring.

Q: What is your first impression of Central Pa.?
A: I have not lived in this area before, but have lived in Kutztown while working in Reading and have been to this area a number of times. I like the combination of small town feel while having access to big town or city amenities within a short drive. Most of my family is in New Jersey or Eastern Pa. so this puts me closer to them.

Q: What excites you about teaching at The Valley?
A: The opportunity to work with motivated students.

Q: Tell us something interesting about yourself – crazy hobby? Weird talent?
A: I have been playing tuba in various amateur groups since picking it up again about 20 years ago. I have owned more than 100 different brass instruments during that time, primarily uncommon, historic instruments, although I have pared my collection down to the six tubas (or tuba-like) instruments that I am most likely to play.

Recycled Goods Sought for Service Projects
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LVC’s Suzanne H. Arnold Art Gallery Presents Intersection of Art and the Printed Word
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Service by Students at Lebanon Valley College Valued at More Than a Half Million Dollars
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Cirque du “He Could Go All The Way” – Linn at ESPN
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Irish History Research Leads to Prestigious Award for Charles McElwee '11
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Harrisburg Symphony Orchestra Returns for Annual Concert at Lebanon Valley College
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Lebanon Valley College Students Visit Puerto Rico For Service-Learning Trip
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Julian Gerace Honored For Work With Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia
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LVC Physical Therapy Clinic Opens Doors to General Public
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Lebanon Valley’s Annual Juried Art Exhibition: June 5 to 21
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Student and Professor Collaborate on Published Essay
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Fifth Annual Arnold Grants and High-Impact Experience Fund Awards Announced by LVC
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Inaugural Class of DCED School of Municipal Government Honored May 19
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Lebanon Valley Colleges Names Daniel Helwig Vice President of Advancement
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Edwin Wright Named Vice President of Enrollment Management
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Lebanon Valley College Announces New Members of the Board of Trustees
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