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Name: Dr. Robert Kamkwalala
Position: Associate Professor of Business Administation
Department: Anheuser-Busch School of Business
E-mail: KamkwalR@hssu.edu
Phone: (314)3405027
Office: HGA 307 ABSBA
Degrees Held:
Doctor of Philosophy
Webster University
Master of Science
Webster University
Bachelor of Science
Harris - Stowe State Universitry
Business Administration with Honors
Associate of Arts
St. Louis Community College at Forest Park
Business Administration


Bio: Dr. Kamkwalala received his Doctorate degree in Management and his Master's degree in Finance from Webster University in St. Louis, MO. Dr. Kamkwalala is also an alumnus of Harris - Stowe State University where he received his Bachelor's degree in Business Administration with honors. His academic and research interests include: Organizational effectiveness, Organizational behavior and Organizational development. In his free time, Professor Kamkwalala spends time with his children Rabecca and Robert Kamkwalala, Jr.

Business Finance
Accounting Information Systems
Budgeting & Cash Management
Financial Management in Health Care Institutions                                                                                           Seminar in Higher Education                                                              


(2009) Kamkwalala, Robert and Kerr, Johndavid. " Emerging Markets: Epic Shifts in Privatization and Land Usage." E - leader, Chinese American Scholars Association (CASA); Journal of Business Case Studies.

(2006) Kamkwalala, Robert. " A Comparison of Succesful and Unsuccesful Privatized Organizations in Malawi." Pro Quest.


A University's Journey Toward Globalizing Business Education, April 19, 2013; International Assembly of Collegiate Business Education (IACBE) Conference, Orlando, Florida.

Expectations, Growth and Change. January, 2012; Harris - Stowe State University, Spring Institute, St. Louis, MO.

Analysis of Urban Ecosystem Management System in Malawi, February, 2011; National Association of African American Studies (NAAAS) conference, Baton Rouge, LA

The Effects of Privatization Process on Organizational Effectiveness in Least Developed Countries(lDCs). February, 2010; National Association of African American Studies (NAAAS) conference, Baton Rouge, LA

Emerging Markets: Epic Shifts in Privatization and Land Usage in Africa. February, 2009; National Association of African American Studies (NAAAS) conference, Baton Rouge, LA


Best Teaching Practices. January, 2009; Harris - Stowe State University Spring Institute, St. Louis, MO

Finding Student Succes in the Classroom. August, 2007; Harris - Stowe State University Fall Institute, St. Louis, MO

Altenative Capital, Meet the Banker, " Finding Financial Resources in Tough Economic Times." November, 2009; Grace Hill Smal Business Center Conference, St. Louis, MO


2012 " Governor's Award for Excellence In Education"; Missouri Governor

2011 " Missouri Emerson Excellence In Teaching" Award; Emerson Electric Company

2011 " Harris - Stowe State University Educator of the Year" ; Harris - Stowe State University

2011 " Webster University Notable Alumni" Award; Webster University Alumni Association

2009 " Teacher of theYear " Award ; Four For the Future, Collegiate 100

2008 " Distinguished Alumnus " Award ; Harris - Stowe State University

2008 " Distinguished Pathfinders " Award ; Harris - Stowe State University

2007 " Yes I can " Award ; City of St. Louis

2000 " All American Scholar " Award ; United States Achievement Academy

2000 " Nations Deans List " Award ; Ed Press - The Association of Educational Publishers.

1999 " McNair Post bacculaurate Acievement Program ; " St. Louis University