Faculty & Staff Profile
Susan Brorson PhD
women's entrepreneurship issues
technology enhanced learning
rural economic development
Awards, Distinctions, and Honors
Women in Technology International (WITI) recognition for contributions to the advancement of technology, 2001
2003 Distinguished Teaching Award
1986 Distinguished Teaching Award
"Using Internet Based e-Commerce as a Strategic Business Tool." 1999. Grant funded through the University of Minnesota's Technology Enhanced Learning Grant Program.
"Emerging Women Entrepreneurs Telecommunications Technology Project." 1998. Grant funded by the Ford Foundation.
"Emerging Women Entrepreneurs Program: Online Incubator and Portal." 2000. Grant funded by the Ford Foundation and the Red River Trade Council.
"Beyond the Numbers: Finding and Engaging Community Energy in Very Small Towns." 2004. Co-authored with Sharon Neet, D.A., and Richard Nelson, Ph.D. Grant funded by the University of Minnesota's Council on Public Engagement (COPE).
Ph.D. in Educational Leadership with a minor in Research, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND
M.S. in Marketing Education, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND
B.S. in Distributive Education, Moorhead State University, Moorhead, MN
Retired in June 2017.