Marian Stoltz-Loike, PhD

Dean, Vice President, Online Education

Marian Stoltz-Loike, Ph.D., Dean of Lander College for Women
  • Campus:
    Lander College for Women / The Anna Ruth and Mark Hasten School

Dr. Marian Stoltz-Loike is the vice president for online education at Touro College and the dean of Lander College for Women-The Anna Ruth and Mark Hasten School. 

Dr. Stoltz-Loike has served, with distinction, as the dean of Touro’s Lander College of Women/The Anna Ruth and Mark Hasten School for almost a decade. Lander College for Women has enjoyed unprecedented growth in both the number of students and quality of its academic offerings during her tenure as dean. Through the honors program that she introduced approximately five years ago, she has been able to recruit some of the most talented college age women to study at LCW. 

A professor of psychology and human resources management, she has served as a global corporate consultant with Fortune 100 companies to build better strategies for using technology to simplify communication across borders and enable multinational businesses to work more effectively in a 24/7 world. Dr. Stoltz-Loike has advised business leaders in the U.S. and North America, Europe, Asia and South America. She developed e-learning material relating to eldercare and on generational diversity for various corporate clients and, as part of an NIH grant, she developed online courses to enable older adults to learn to use PowerPoint and Excel. 

As vice president for online education, Dr. Stoltz-Loike oversees Touro College’s full range of online offerings. Dr. Stoltz-Loike has initiated a plan of building toward excellence in online education which involves creating more consistency across online courses and greater strategic and tactical collaboration across programs. Expanding online education will enable the College to fulfill its mission of making education widely available. 

She has written two books and over fifty articles relating to the maturing workforce, diversity, cross-cultural management, and work/life issues. She has also delivered presentations to over forty industry groups and at domestic and international conferences on generational issues and the impact of technology in the workplace; work-life balance; women’s career issues; building effective global business strategies; and managing global teams. 

Dr. Stoltz-Loike is an associate vice president of the Orthodox Union and a member of the board of directors of the Jewish Community Relations Council. 

She received a bachelor’s degree cum laude in Psychology and Social Relations from Harvard University, and a Ph.D. in Experimental Psychology with a focus on developmental psychology from New York University.