Using Migration and Cross-Cultural Theories to Explain Chinese Students Classroom Behavior in US Colleges of Business

Joseph Trendowski

Valparaiso University

Joseph Trendowski is an Assistant Professor of Management at Valparaiso University where he teaches management and entrepreneurship courses. He serves as the faculty advisor to Valparaiso University's professional business (DSP) and entrepreneurship (ENT) fraternities in addition to running the entrepreneurship minor.


Many international students come to the United States to pursue college and post-graduate education. American faculty and students often view Chinese students as comparatively quiet, non-active contributors to the business... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Joseph Trendowski (Valparaiso University)
  2. Stephanie Trendowski (Valparaiso University)
  3. Gokhan Karaatli (Valparaiso University)
  4. James Stuck (Valparaiso)

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