Welcome From Dean Tomljanovich


Welcome to the home of the new Lombardo College of Business!  Despite this year’s pandemic and the resulting disruption, we have been forging ahead.  We have new majors in accounting, finance, management, and marketing; new student experiences through panel discussions, alumni interactions, and business clubs; and plans to transform Brooks Hall into the campus hub for business, innovation, and entrepreneurship.  And this is just the beginning - we are impatient to have our community back in person with us as soon as possible, so we can offer more opportunities for our students to engage with faculty, alumni, business professionals, and one another.

 - Dean Tomljanovich

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  • Recent Faculty Accomplishments

    The Lombardo College of Business welcomes Dr. Brian Trout as an Assistant Professor of Accounting and Finance.


    Dr. Trout earned a B.S. in Business Administration from Millersville University, Master’s in Accounting from Stetson University and Doctor of Business Administration from Wilmington University. He teaches accounting and finance courses at Millersville University. Dr. Trout leads the Microsoft Office Certification program and serves as faculty advisor for the Accounting and Finance Club and Phi Delta Theta fraternity. He is Campus Advocate for the Institute of Management Accountants and serves on the board of United Campus Ministries. Dr. Trout has 16 years of professional experience in various leadership roles and industries. He is a Certified Public Accountant, Certified Management Accountant, Chartered Global Management Accountant and member of numerous professional organizations. Dr. Trout’s teaching practices have been highlighted by Millersville’s Center for Academic Excellence and his research, which concentrates on accounting pedagogy and business students’ career aspirations, has been published in The Journal of Education for Business.

    Congratulations Dr. Trout!

    Dr. Gary Leinberger

    The Lombardo College of Business congratulates Dr. Gary Leinberger on his sabbatical leave for the Fall 2021 semester.  His project is two-fold:  Help with the development of a wealth management concentration and continue his formation of retirement models.

    This will be tremendously helpful for the Lombardo College of Business and especially for our finance majors.

    Congratulations Dr. Leinberger!


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