Gary Keller

Gary Keller, Ph.D.

Business Faculty

  • Ph.D. in Business: Northcentral University
  • MS in Management: Cardinal Stritch University
  • MA in Modern European History: University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
  • BA in History: University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee

Dr. Gary Keller is an award-winning educator. He offers his learners more than 24 years of teaching students around the world and has more than 25 publications and has won several academic conference Best Research Paper Awards. Dr. Keller joined the EOU faculty in September, 2012 as an Associate Professor and was promoted to Professor in 2013. From 1999 – 2012 Dr. Keller taught in the College of Business and Management at Cardinal Stritch University in Milwaukee, WI and from 1996 – 2003 taught in the Asian programs of two American universities. In 2002, the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs, (ACBSP) a professional business school accreditation organization, awarded Dr. Keller a national teaching excellence honor and in 2013 Dr. Keller won an Outstanding Professor Award from a Switzerland based university. Dr. Keller is a continuous learner and received his Ph.D. – Business Administration from Northcentral University in 2009.

In addition to his teaching, Dr. Keller practices his academic skills as a consultant, trainer and facilitator on strategy, project management, and process improvement. His skills in strategic planning, team development and implementing quality enabled him to turn around several organizations and attain state and national recognition for innovative services and improving financial achievements.

Courses Taught
BA 530 Contemporary Management and Organizations
BA 490 Senior Project
BA 321 Principles of Management
BA 485 International Marketing
BA 485 International Marketing
BA 498 Business Policy and Strategy
BA 365 Marketing Research


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