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Marijane England

Associate Professor of Practice Emeritus in Management
HLH 325
P.O. Box 880491
Lincoln, NE 68588-0491
(402) 472-3915
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  • Ph.D. in Community and Human Resources, University of Nebraska–Lincoln
  • M.S. in Animal Science, University of Nebraska–Lincoln
  • B.S. in Mathematics and Statistics, University of Nebraska–Lincoln
Areas of Expertise
  • Strategic Management
  • Process Improvement
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CliftonStrengths ®
  • Individualization
  • Maximizer
  • Relator
  • Activator
  • Learner

Dr. Marijane England is an Associate Professor of Practice. England is a “second-career” faculty member. Prior to teaching in Management, her career focus was in resource management and applications of computer systems in advancing business practice. From 1994-2000, England put theory to practice and directed the Arctic logistics and science support activities for UNL’s Polar Ice Coring Office.

England taught in the Department of Management from 2000-2006 and was awarded the Excellence in Teaching award in 2004 and 2006. She left teaching to serve as Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs and Director of Institutional Research for the University of Nebraska from 2006-2008. Prior to returning to the classroom in 2011, England was Dean of Administration for the Bryan College of Health Sciences with responsibility for finance, human resources, IT and facilities.

England is a graduate of the University of Nebraska–Lincoln with a bachelor’s degree in statistics, a master’s degree in animal science and a doctorate in community and human resources. She currently teaches Strategy and Business Policies.

Undergraduate Courses

MNGT 475 Strategic Management

Strategic Management is a senior-level capstone course designed to build on and integrate the knowledge and skills acquired during the business school curriculum. The goal of this course is to study the company as a whole rather than any one functional area. Students will learn principal concepts, frameworks, and techniques of strategic management and will use written and oral communication skills to analyze and critically think about strategic problems, solutions, and decisions. This course requires students to formulate and apply business strategies through the analysis of cases and business simulations. Students will gain an understanding and appreciation of how strategy affects careers, company performance, and industry attractiveness.

Significant External Service
  • Lancaster County Planning Commission CAFO Working group 2019
  • Nebraska Women's Leadership Network 2014-present
Institutional Service
  • Chair Undergraduate Curriculum and Assessment Committee 2018-present
  • Chair Dept of MNGT Curriculum Committee 2019-present
  • Member College Awards Committee 2019-present