Associate Professor of Economics and Business Administration and Director of Center for Economic Education
Areas of Expertise:
- Luxembourg and Beyond: International Education Initiatives at Lakeland University
- General Wisconsin or U.S. Economy
- The Need for More Economic/Financial Literacy for K-12 Students and Teachers
- Best Practices in University-level Business and Economics Education
Niederjohn holds a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and an MBA with an applied economics concentration from Marquette University. He recently taught in Europe at the University of Luxembourg as a Fulbright Scholar.
Since joining Lakeland's faculty in 2004, Niederjohn has led the creation of the Lakeland Center for Economic Education, which works with the state-wide non-profit group EconomicsWisconsin to create financial literacy and economics curriculum and other tools for K-12 teachers. His research has been featured in numerous academic journals, and his research and thoughts on public policy and other state issues regularly have him quoted by statewide media outlets.