The Carl and Dorothy Hagemann Endowed Professorship in Business and Economics
Established in 1989 through the generosity of Carl and Dorothy Hagemann
A member of the Wartburg College faculty since 1979, Professor Gloria Campbell was named the Carl and Dorothy Hagemann Professor in Business and Economics in 1998.
Campbell is well known for establishing connections between the college and business communities. These relationships provide opportunities for students to better understand careers in business and for business executives to share their experiences with the college community. Professor Campbell has developed internships in the Cedar Valley that provide students with an important bridge to employment. As a result of her leadership, Corporation Education Day is an important annual event bringing faculty, students, and executives together to learn about current issues in business.
Campbell earned her B.A., M.A., and M.B.A. degrees from the University of Northern Iowa. She is a frequent presenter at conferences on business communication and was chosen the 1989 Outstanding Business Educator by the Iowa Business Educators Association.
Carl and Dorothy Hagemann recognized Wartburg's positive impact on the City of Waverly and its quality of life. Carl Hagemann was a Waverly native. After earning a law degree from the University of Iowa, he returned to Waverly to practice law. He became president of State Bank of Waverly in 1952 and chairman of the board in 1980. He also served on the Wartburg Board of Regents. Dorothy Hagemann was a graduate of Carleton College and was active in many Waverly civic organizations.