Eugene Steadman Jr.

Adjunct/Lecturer of Economics
Economics & Finance

Cameron Hall 219
University of North Carolina Wilmington
601 South College Road
Wilmington, NC   28403 - 5945
Phone: 910-962-3510
Fax: 910.962.7464
Email: steadmane [ steadmane AT uncw DOT edu ]
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Dr. Gene Steadman, Jr. began with us in the Fall of 2019 as an Adjunct Professor of Economics in the Cameron School of Business, Department of Economics and Finance. He has instructed for several universities over many years, most recently with the University of Mount Olive as an Adjunct teaching Economics, Finance, and Strategic Management courses online for the MBA Program, and face-to-face undergraduate economics classes at the UMO Wilmington campus. He retired as a Professor Emeritus in June, 2015, from Averett University after having served in several capacities, the last five years as the Department Chair of Business & Economics. For Averett, Dr. Steadman instructed courses in MBA Managerial Economics and International Economics, Comprehensive Financial Management, International Business, Strategic Management, and Applied Statistics & Research. At the undergraduate level he instructed Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Developmental Economics; Finance (that included one special Finance course for Equestrian majors); Entrepreneurship (he wrote the course); and Business Communications (due to unexpected circumstances). Prior to academia, Dr. Steadman worked for a major multi-national corporation in a variety of roles after serving as a career officer in the US military. His most recent academic presentations focused on how to improve students' learning of key economic concepts, at a Cengage-sponsored workshop in New Orleans, and another at the University of Kentucky. His doctorate is from Louisiana Tech University, with an MBA and a BS in Chemical Engineering from the University of South Carolina.

  • PhD, Business Administration, Louisiana Tech University, 1974
  • MBA, Business Administration, University of South Carolina, 1966
  • BS, Chemical Engineering, University of South Carolina, 1965

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