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Linda M. Salchenberger

Director of Center for Information Management

Loyola University

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Loyola University

2160 South 1St Avenue

Maywood, Illinois,60153

United States

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Founded in 1870, Loyola University Chicago is one of the nation's largest Jesuit, Catholic universities, with nearly 16,500 students. More than 11,000 undergraduates call Loyola home. The University has four campuses: three in the greater Chicago area and one ...more

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Northwestern University


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Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern


Kellogg School of Management


managerial economics and decision sciences

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Loyola University

master's degree


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Linda Salchenberger is Associate Dean of the School of Business Administration and Professor of Information Systems at Loyola University Chicago, where she has been a faculty member since 1985.She holds a PhD in Decision Sciences and Information Sciences from Northwestern University, a Master of Management degree from Northwestern, and Master of Science in Mathematics from Illinois Institute of Technology.Her research interests include data mining and the changing role of the CIO.She was named one of the top 100 people in technology in Chicago by Crain's last year and one of 25 "Women in Black" - leading women in technology at Comdex in November, 2001.Dr. Salchenberger is the founding director of Loyola's Center for Information Management and Technology, which offers educational and networking opportunities to Loyola's business and technology students, technology professionals and entrepreneurs.She has been responsible for developing academic programs that focus on developing leadership skills for technology professionals such as the Master's degree in Information Systems Management, CIO University, a certificate program in technology management and Certificate programs in Data Warehousing / Business Intelligence and e-Commerce at Loyola.She currently serves as principal investigator on an open source software development project funded by the National Science Foundation.

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The ceremony will be hosted by Linda Salchenberger, director of Loyola University's Center for Information Management, at the Water Tower campus.

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Linda Salchenberger, Ph.D. Vice President, Strategy and IT Alignment
Linda Salchenberger provides guidance and direction on the strategic use of IT to achieve corporate organizational objectives, working closely with Executive Synergies’ clients to help them ensure their IT strategies and organizational structures are designed, aligned and integrated to achieve maximum efficiency and effectiveness. Working with other members of Executive Synergies team in support of clients, she ensures there is an appropriate strategic balance between organizational goals being sought and the structures available to help achieve them. She has been Dean of the Business School at Marquette from 2008 to 2012 and is currently Associate Provost for Academic Planning and Budgeting at Marquette. She also has held the positions of Associate Dean for Continuing Studies at Northwestern University , Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs, Associate Dean of the School of Business Administration , Founding Director of the Center for Information Management and Technology and Professor in the Information Systems and Operations Management Department at Loyola University Chicago. Dr. Salchenberger holds a Ph.D. from Northwestern University , an M.M. from Kellogg Scholl of Management, Northwestern University , and M.S. in Mathematics from Illinois Institute and a B. A. in Mathematics from Mundelein College . She founded the Master of Science in Information Systems Management Program at Loyola and her published research includes articles in the strategic value of information technology, knowledge management, gender and IT, and medical informatics. In addition, she has lectured widely and has developed and taught many executive courses, including “Strategic Planning for Nonprofits” at Rotary International, “Aligning Business and IT Strategy” at Loyola University Rome Center, Information Technology and Business Continuity Planning, for the Chicago Federal Council of IT Executives plus several more.

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- Linda Salchenberger, Associate Dean, School of Business Administration and Director , Center for Information Management and Technology
Loyola University

Dr. Linda M. Salchenberger, associate dean of academics in Northwestern University's School of Continuing Studies, has been named the Keyes Dean of Marquette's College of Business Administration and the Graduate School of Management, Interim Provost David Shrock announced today.A senior lecturer in Northwestern's Kellogg School of Management, Salchenberger holds an MBA and a Ph.D. in managerial economics and decision sciences from Northwestern.A graduate of Mundelein College, she earned a master's degree in mathematics from the Illinois Institute of Technology. Prior to joining Northwestern in 2004, Salchenberger spent the majority of her academic career at Loyola University in Chicago, where she held many faculty and administrative positions, including professor of information systems and serving as associate dean of the School of Business Administration and associate vice president for academic affairs and faculty administration."Dr. Salchenberger impressed the search committee and others in the university with the breadth of her experience, her commitment to continued growth for the college and her collaborative approach," said Shrock, who served as dean of the college from 1999 until his appointment as interim provost in December 2007.Salchenberger, who founded the Center for Information Management and Technology at Loyola, has published extensively on the various applications of neural networks, community technology and the role of gender in information technology.She has received millions of dollars in grants to support her research and has engaged the business community and corporate partners in multiple initiatives, including funding technology projects for girls.In pursuing the deanship, Salchenberger expressed admiration and respect for the Jesuit tradition of scholarship and learning and a desire to strengthen ties and pursue new opportunities with the business community as a way to enhance students' educational experience and better prepare them for the global environment."Today's university is more than just a partner in the economic, cultural and social development of the community; it must be the driver, in congruence with its tradition, history and mission," she said. Salchenberger will succeed Dr. Dennis Garrett, associate professor of marketing, who has served as interim dean for the College of Business Administration since January, following the appointment of Shrock as interim provost. Shrock said the endowed deanship will give Salchenberger increased opportunities to attract faculty and create new programs.

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