Dr. Bruce Corrie
Associate Vice President for University Relations and International Programs
Professor of Economics
Longtime Concordia University faculty member Dr. Bruce Corrie was named Associate Vice President of University Relations and International Programs at Concordia in February 2013. In this role Dr. Corrie works to build community and governmental relationships for the university and helps develop Concordia University’s International Programs.
A faculty member at CSP since 1987, Dr. Corrie is well known in the community for his work on the economic contributions of immigrants and minorities and his research has been featured in the national and local media. He has served on the board of several national, state and local public and non- profit boards such as the US Small Business Administration, Governor’s Workforce Development Council, Chair of the Governor’s Working Group on Minority Business Development and the World Cultural Heritage District. He has helped develop foreign study programs in India, China, and Mexico and served on international accreditation panels for the Accreditation Council of Business Schools and Programs in India and Mongolia.
Dr. Corrie’s travels have taken him to 25 countries and five continents. He has a Ph.D in Economics from the University of Notre Dame. He served as Concordia’s Dean of the College of Business and Organizational Leadership from May 2008 to Feburary 2013.
- Ph.D., Economics, University of Notre Dame (1987)
- M.A., Economics, North-Eastern Hill University, Shillong, India (1981)
- B.A., Economics, St. Edmund’s College, Shillong, India (1978)
- The Economic Potential of African Immigrants in Minnesota
- One page summary of research on African immigrants
- Cultural Districts as an Economic Development Strategy for Low Income Areas
- Community Colleges and Entrepreneurship
- The Economic Contribution of Immigrants to Minnesota
- Leading with the Spirit: A Handbook on Leadership and Management for Clergy
- Economic Potential of Minnesotans of Mexican Origin
- Summary of Report Economic Potential of Minnesotans of Mexican Origin