Writer, TV Host and Producer, Lecturer on Business and International Affairs
After working as a journalist, Professor Gottschalk entered the field of corporate public relations holding management positions with Textron and Sherwin Williams. He then became an attorney and was an assistant prosecutor in Essex County, New Jersey. He joined the faculty of the Stillman School of Business in 2006.
Professor Gottschalk has written numerous business, law and related articles on subjects including press censorship, defamation, competency, corporate planning, and medical consent. He has 10 book credits covering a wide range of subjects to include forensic reports, international trade, crisis management, modern day ocean piracy, and a New York Times best seller, Firefighting, a history of the world's great fires. He was the host and co-producer of a Comcast weekly television program, Legally Speaking; has been featured in several TV documentary productions; has lectured on current international issues; has been interviewed and quoted by Reuters, CNBC, Fox News, and MSNBC.
- J.D., University of Baltimore School of Law
- M.A., International Affairs, Salve Regina University
- M.S., General Management, The American College
Pi Sigma Alpha Political Science Honor Society
Guest Lecturer, Maritime Terrorism and National Security, US Naval War College
Guest Lecturer, Crisis Management and Corporate Planning, Northwestern University, Kellogg/Medill Program
DK Publishing Co., Inc./Penguin Group, Inc.,
- Crisis Management
Oxford, England: Capstone Publishing Ltd., Division of John Wiley, Inc.,
- Jolly Roger with an Uzi
US Naval Institute Press, Annapolis, MD,
- Crisis Response: Inside Stories of Managing Under Siege
Gale Research, Inc., Detroit, MI.,