Professor of Business Administration
Business Administration Department
Coordinator for Academic Assessment
Office: Jesse 104
Office phone: 402-643-7303
Langewisch has taught at Concordia since 1985.
Ph.D., University of Nebraska
M.B.A., University of Michigan
B.A., Concordia College, Seward, Neb.
Information Systems, Operations Management, Management Science, Administrative Policy, Corporate Finance, Banking, Insurance, Information Systems Design and Development, First-Year Seminar, Statistics, Calculus, Statics
Langewisch was awarded a Fulbright Fellowship in 2005. His Fulbright experience was to teach in Ukraine following the Orange Revolution. In 1998 he was selected to represent the University of Nebraska at the INFORMS Doctoral Colloquium. He also graduated in the top 10% of the University of Michigan M.B.A. class for 1985.
His publications and presentations include:
“Mean and Variance Bounds in Engineering Design Models Under Uncertainty,” in progress
“Mean and Variance Bounds and Propagation for Ill-Specified Random Variables,” published in IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics—Part A: Systems and Humans, July 2004
“Finding Expected Values and Variances of Ambiguous Alternatives,” presented at INFORMS conference, Seattle, 1998 “Mean and Variance of Alternatives in Evidence Theory,” presented at IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, 1998
“Stochastic Dominance Tests for Ranking Alternatives Under Ambiguity,” published in European Journal of Operational Research, 1996, and presented to the IIE Research Conference in Minneapolis, 1995