Gregory W. Ulferts
Professor of Decision and Information Sciences, teaches decision sciences and information systems. Ulferts publications and professional presentations deal with managerial and technical aspects of the decision and information fields. He has engaged in numerous professional activities in small business and strategic management, including lectures internationally. Ulferts has been recognized with outstanding faculty awards and various civic awards. He is extensively involved in community organizations and boards. Ulferts holds a B.S. from Illinois State University and M.B.A. and D.B.A. degrees from Louisiana Tech University. Ulferts served as College of Business Administration dean from 1983-1996. He joined the University in 1983.
Joan C. Urbancic
Professor of Nursing, has taught courses in Community Health Nursing, graduate and undergraduate Research Methods, Families in Crisis, and Nursing Strategies. Currently, Urbancic is project director for a Robert Wood Johnson grant and Coordinator of the graduate Family Nurse Practitioner program. Her scholarly work has been focused on family violence. Current research is on resolving trauma in adult survivors of childhood incest. She was the recipient of the Presidents Award for Faculty Excellence in 1993 and the Nightingale Award finalist for Excellence in Nursing Research in 1992. She earned her B.S., M.S.N., and Ph.D. in nursing from Wayne State University. Urbancic joined the University in 1988.