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Brad P. Reinboldt

Adjunct Faculty
Mail OSS100
2115 Summit Ave.
St. Paul, MN 55105


Brad Reinboldt has participated in the information systems arena for over 20 years with expertise within the computing, networking and storage sectors. During this time, he has held a number of development and technical management roles with companies ranging in size from start-up to multi-billion dollar organizations.
A native of the Twin Cities, his initial positions were tied to high-speed memory subsystem design for the IBM mainframe in Poughkeepsie, NY and mid-range systems in Rochester, MN. Later he worked as a Product Engineer at Seagate Technology in disk drive head design, subsequently accepting a role as Senior Design Engineer developing Fibre Channel networking switches at QLogic Corporation.  His more recent positions have been technical product marketing management roles in the server, networking and storage markets. Currently he is a Product Marketing Manager at Network Instruments where his duties include the creation of technical product documentation and acting as company spokesman.

Mr. Reinboldt has instructed Masters Degree courses within the University of St. Thomas Opus School of Business.  At present he is Adjunct Instructor within the University of St. Thomas School of Engineering. 


B.A., Liberal Arts, University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, MN, 1988
B.S, Electrical Engineering, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, 1988
M.S., Electrical Engineering, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, 1991
MBA, Management, University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, MN, 2004

Summer 2017 Courses

Summer 2017 Courses
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Fall 2017 Courses

Fall 2017 Courses
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ETLS 652 - 01 Tech Forecasting & Risk Mgmt - - W - - - - 1745 - 2045 OSS 122
CRN: 41897 3 Credit Hours Instructor: Brad P. Reinboldt, Thomas W. Becker The course will develop approaches to analyzing the technological environment and attendant risk exposure and anticipating future changes through lecture, discussion, group assignments, readings, books, and individual projects will reinforce key course concepts. Each student will choose a specific topic for study such as a technology or set of related technologies, an industry or market, or an economic/political region or country and will develop materials that can be applied in anticipating future technological and social change in the topic area. These student topics will form part of class discussions. Students should be prepared to discuss their progress as it relates to topics being developed in class.

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J-Term 2018 Courses

J-Term 2018 Courses
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