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Scott Niederjohn Blog

Scott Niederjohn, Lakeland College’s Charlotte and Walter Kohler Associate Professor of Economics and Business, is teaching this fall at the University of Luxembourg as a Fulbright Scholar. He will be writing an occasional blog, sharing his experiences in and out of the classroom. He is teaching an undergraduate course covering U.S. economy, culture and business practices and will present a series of lectures on the U.S. housing crisis and subprime meltdown to students in Luxembourg’s master of science in banking and finance program.

December 5, 2013 In Scott Niederjohn Blog
Bonjour, Guten Tag, Hello, Moien, Lakeland Friends, It has been awhile since I blogged, so I thought I would provide an update on my activities in Luxembourg since I last wrote in early October. Just like at home, teaching, meetings and family activities keep me very busy. We try and travel as a family whenever we have a free weekend, or a break at the university, which has contributed to our time here flying by quickly. It’s hard to believe…
October 23, 2013 In Scott Niederjohn Blog
Bonjour, Guten Tag, Hello, Moien, Lakeland Friends, While on sabbatical this fall from Lakeland, I am living with my wife and four children in Luxembourg City. The U.S. Fulbright Scholar program has provided me with the opportunity to teach and work at the University of Luxembourg this semester. This is the first of periodic updates on my activities here in Europe as they relate Lakeland. First, many readers might be asking, “Why Luxembourg?” Actually, I suspect many are also asking,…

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