David H. Arns is an Associate Professor of Marketing. He also serves as the University’s Faculty Athletics Representative for NCAA intercollegiate athletics. Arns is a 2019 faculty initiate in Delta Sigma Pi (DSP), Lindenwood’s professional business fraternity; was nominated for the Lindenwood Faculty Service Award in 2016; nominated for the Student-Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC) Excellence in Teaching Award in 2015; nominated for the Lindenwood Student Government Association (LSGA) Teacher-of-the-Year Award in 2012; received the Emerson Excellence in Teaching Award in 2005; and received the Distinguished Mentor Award in 2001.
Prior to joining Lindenwood in 1999, Arns worked for nearly 30 years in the fields of journalism, sales, public relations, marketing communications, and advertising. He earned his Bachelor of Science in Journalism from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale and Master of Science degree in Mass Communication from SIU-Edwardsville.
Kyle Coble is an Associate Professor of Marketing. He has been with Lindenwood University since 2012, upon graduation from Saint Louis University with a Ph.D. in Marketing and International Business. He has presented papers at the Academy of International Business, the Marketing Management Association, and the Academy of Marketing Science and enjoys working with students on research. Dr. Coble has had a strong interest in study abroad, and his prior work with international students as part of the Magellan Program for SMSU and the Swedish Exchange program ASSE helped him bring the Magellan Exchange program to Lindenwood University in 2016.
Prior to becoming an Associate Professor in 2018, Dr. Coble worked as the Program Director of Marketing in the LCIE/ADP evening programs until 2015 before transitioning to the Plaster College of Business. He is also the Marketing Department head and has been working to expand digital offerings for marketing students.
Dr. Coble has a Bachelor of Science in International Business and a Master's of International Affairs & Administration (MIAA), both from Southwest Missouri State University (Missouri State). His research interests include interactions with the ‘other’ in international marketing, creativity’s effects in promotion and consumer behavior, consumer behavior in digital environments and country of origin effects.