Dan Ebener, PhD

Dan Ebener

Ebener, PhD is a professor of the College of Business of the University of St. Ambrose, and teaches courses pertaining to strategic planning, leadership theory, assessment of leadership capabilities, conflict resolution, not-for-profit management, formal leadership, leading through employee skills, international leadership, and team building as part of their Masters in Organizational Leadership program from August 2006 onwards.

He has been an associate professor at the Zagreb School of Economics and Management from May of 2009, where he teaches courses in international leadership at the graduate level. He has held four-week module courses and six-day seminars at ZSEM, in other parts of Croatia, in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and in Serbia between 2009 and 2010.

Ebener, PhD is an associate professor for St. Ambrose’s MBA and MOL programs (part-time). As part of their MBA program he taught Nonprofit Management, Business Ethics, and Human Resource Management (1995-2006). As part of the MOL program he taught Strategic Planning (2000-2006), Formal Leadership (2005-2006), Conflict Resolution (2002-2006), Diversity (2003), and Leadership Theory (2003).

He is also an associate professor at the College of Professional Studies at St. Ambrose University, where he taught the Philosophy of Peace and Justice course on 13 separate occasions.