Rohnn Sanderson is Professor of Business at Brescia University in Owensboro, KY. He is currently engaged in research in multiple fields, including dynamic macroeconomic systems and how policy effects them, public finance and applied microeconomics, as well as doing research into historical compound rates of return in investments. He has also undertaken research in medical related statistics.
Most disciplines in the university are less about workforce development and more about various forms of thinking and knowledge. The idea seems to be that if we develop individuals in a broad sense, then that will spill over into workforce skills and productivity. While I do believe that in some sense this is true, I am not sure how much this is happening or how important it actually is.