- Carthage College
Professor Alexander (Alex) Tiahnybok came to Carthage in 2007 as an adjunct faculty member, and joined the Business Administration faculty full time in 2009. He also teaches courses in Carthage’s ScienceWorks: Entrepreneurial Studies in the Natural Sciences Program, the nation’s first and most established undergraduate technology entrepreneurship and career preparation program.
Prof. Tiahnybok has more than 20 years of manufacturing, technical service, purchasing, sales, and marketing experience in the food ingredients and chemical industries working for companies such as Morton Salt, Wacker Chemie, and International Paper. He also owns a consulting firm that supports technical and marketing activities at chemical companies.
He earned a B.S. in chemical engineering from Northwestern University in 1986, and an M.B.A. from DePaul University in 2003. Since arriving at Carthage, Prof. Tiahnybok has been taking classes in the Master’s of Education program so that he can understand the science of education.
Professor Alexander (Alex) Tiahnybok teaches a variety of courses in the Business Administration Department and in ScienceWorks, the nation’s first undergraduate technology entrepreneurship and career preparation program. He has more than 20 years of manufacturing, technical service, purchasing, sales, and marketing experience in the food ingredients and chemical industries.
Assistant Professor of Management and Marketing
- M.B.A. — DePaul University, Chicago, Ill.
- B.S. — Chemical Engineering, Northwestern University, Evanston, Ill.
- MGT 1110 Introduction to Business and Technology
- MGT 3120 Principles of Management
- MKT 3130Â Marketing Principles
- ESN 3100 Elements of Technology-Based Business Careers
- ESN 3200 Development and Operation of Technology-Based Business
- ESN 3250 Commercial Technologies in Business
- ESN 4100 Technology Based Business Project Development
- CORE 1100 Intellectual History of Western Heritage I