Endowed Professorships

The Paul R. Anderson Professor of is named in honor of Temple’s fifth president, who served the university from 1967 to 1973.


Current Recipient: Subodha Kumar

Subodha Kumar has joint appointments in Information Systems and Statistical Science. He also serves as the director of Center for Data Analytics His research and teaching interests include artificial intelligence, machine learning, blockchain, Fintech, supply chain analytics, healthcare analytics, social media analytics, retail analytics, digital marketing, cybersecurity, econometric and analytical modeling, software management, project management, scheduling, combinatorial optimization, and data mining, among others. He has published several papers in reputed journals and refereed conferences. In addition, he has authored a book, and co-authored 2 book chapters, 2 Harvard Business School cases, and 4 Ivey Business School cases. He also has a patent.

Kumar studied at the University of Texas at Dallas, where he earned his PhD and MBA. He also received a Master’s degree from Indian Institute of Technology in Kanpur, and a Bachelor of Science (Engineering) degree in Mechanical Engineering from BIT Sindri, both in India.

This distinguished professorship in risk management and insurance is funded by an endowment created in 1966 by friends of Joseph E. Boettner. The endowment also provides student scholarships and helped establish an MBA concentration in this area. A chartered life insurance underwriter, Boettner gained widespread recognition as a specialist in estate planning. As president of the Philadelphia Life Insurance Company and director of several firms in the Greater Philadelphia region, he was highly regarded as a perceptive, imaginative, honest, and unselfish leader. He was an honorary member of Beta Gamma Sigma, the national business honors society.


Current Recipient: Martin Grace

Dr. Martin F. Grace joins the Fox School as the Harry A. Cochran Professor of Risk Management and Insurance.

Most recently, Dr. Grace was a Regents’ Professor, held a named professorship, and served as the interim chair of Georgia State University’s Risk Management and Insurance department. He is the former president of the Risk Theory Society, and serves as an associate editor of the Journal of Risk and Insurance.

His research interests include tort reform, catastrophe financing, and industrial organization, regulation, and taxation of the insurance industry. Over his career, he has published more than 70 professional and scholarly research papers and book chapters, and has consulted with the National Association of Insurance Commissioners, various state regulators, and industry associations. He has also testified before the U.S. Congress on the future of insurance regulation as part of the Dodd-Frank Act.

Dr. Grace earned his PhD in Economics from the University of Florida, where he also attained his JD and his Master of Arts degree in Economics. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from the University of New Hampshire.

This distinguished professorship honors Charles E. Beury, who served as president of Temple University from 1926-1941 and on Temple’s Board of Trustees prior to his appointment. Nicknamed “Beury the Builder,” his presidency coincided with an explosion of building projects that physically expanded Temple’s campus as well as a business-minded approach that sought greater efficiency and organization within Temple University. For Beury’s efforts, Temple University impressively grew in students, faculty, accredited programs, and state funding by the time he stepped down as president.


Current Recipient: In-Sue Oh, PhD

Dr. In-Sue Oh is the Charles E. Beury Professor of Human Resource Management. He joined the Fox School faculty in 2012, and has served as a Paul Anderson Senior Research Fellow since 2015.

Dr. Oh’s research interests include personnel selection constructs and methods, strategic human resource management and human capital resources, and person-organization relationships. He has published more than 20 scholarly articles in top-tier journals, and serves on the editorial review boards of the Academy of Management Journal, Journal of Applied Psychology, Personnel Psychology, and Journal of Organizational Behavior.

Dr. Oh won multiple scholarly awards including the two most prestigious early-to-mid career awards in the field of organizational behavior and human resource management: the 2014 Early Career Achievement Award from the Academy of Management’s HR Division and the 2016 Distinguished Early Career Contributions Award from the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP).

Dr. Oh received his PhD in Human Resource Management from the University of Iowa. He earned both Master of Arts and Bachelor of Business Administration degrees in Industrial and Organizational Psychology, from South Korea’s SungKyunKwan University.

Established in 1985 by the Temple University Board of Trustees, Carnell professorships recognize faculty who have distinguished themselves in research, scholarship, the creative arts, and teaching. They honor Temple University’s first dean, Laura H. Carnell, who worked alongside founder Russell H. Conwell from 1893 until his death in 1925, most of that time as Temple’s chief administrator. Known for her tremendous energy, dedication and compassion, she was a prudent manager and innovative leader who helped thousands of students make a better life for themselves and their families.


Current Recipient: J. Jay Choi, PhD

J. Jay Choi is an internationally renowned scholar who has taught at leading universities around the world, authored or edited more than half a dozen books, and published in top-tier journals. He is the editor of a research series, international finance editor of the Journal of Economics and Business and an editorial board member of four other leading journals. He serves on the board of several professional organizations and is a president of the Korea-America Finance Association. He received the Musser Award for Excellence in Research in 1998.


Current Recipient: M. Moshe Porat, PhD, CPCU

M. Moshe Porat has published several monographs and numerous articles on captives, self-insurance, and other financial and risk management topics in leading academic and professional journals. His work has garnered several awards, including the 1994 RIMS Best Research Award. He is a former chair of the Department of Risk Management and Insurance and a past holder of the Joseph E. Boettner Chair in Risk Management and Insurance. He has served as an expert consultant to the United Nations and affiliated governments in addition to public and private organizations throughout the world. Outside of academia, he has served as a deputy general manager of Ihud Insurance Group and as a director and board member of several public companies and non-profit organizations. Porat has received many awards, including a 1998 Philadelphia Mayor’s Citation, 2001 “International Dean of the Year” by the Academy of International Business and 2002 Adam Smith Leadership Award for Excellence and Educational Leadership.


Current Recipient: Arvind Parkhe, PhD

Arvind Parkhe joined the Fox School in 2003, following 14 years of successful research and teaching at Indiana University (Bloomington). His research concerns the structuring and managing of strategic alliances among global networks, and he is widely published throughout his field’s top-tier. Professor Parkhe also serves on editorial board memberships for several scholarly journals, and is a guest editor for a special issue of the Academy of Management Review.

This endowed professorship, which recognizes excellence in research while honoring well-known Philadelphia publisher and philanthropist Cyrus H.K. Curtis, founder of the Curtis Publishing Co. As president of Curtis-Martin Newspapers, Curtis oversaw several nationally recognized publications, such as Ladies’ Home Journal and the New York Evening Post. In addition to publishing, Curtis held directorships at the First National Bank of Philadelphia and Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York. He was known for his charitable donations to medical, cultural, and educational institutions, including Temple University.


Current Recipient: Sanat K Sarkar, PhD

Dr. Sanat Sarkar is a prolific author who serves on the editorial board for many academic journals. His research areas include multiple hypothesis testing—an area that has many applications in genomics—brain imaging and other major scientific areas. Dr. Sarkar is a distinguished fellow of the American Statistical Association as well as the Institute of Mathematical Statistics, and he is an elected member of the International Statistical Institute.

This distinguished chair honors Jerome Fox, a World War II veteran, a certified public accountant and the founder of the former Philadelphia accounting firm Gelrod Fox & Company. Established by Saul A. Fox in his father’s memory, this chair is to be held by high-level practitioners of accounting, taxation, and financial strategy, who hold the same zeal for these areas of academic focus as Fox did.


Current Recipient: David E. Jones, DM

Dr. David E. Jones is the Jerome Fox Chair in Accounting, Taxation, and Financial Strategy at the Fox School of Business. With more than 35 years of public accounting experience, Dr. Jones has worked with Ernst & Young LLP as a tax partner in Atlanta, Orlando, Indianapolis, and Cleveland. He became the U.S. National Tax Leader and Global CEO of the GEMS (Global Mobility) Tax Practice at Ernst & Young. He has significant Big Four managerial leadership experience in the U.S. and global tax practices at Ernst & Young. Jones has served large SEC tax clients, individuals with high net worth, and entrepreneurial ventures. Dr. Jones, has presented at regional or national conferences, conducts behavioral research on tax professionals, and legal tax research, especially in international and domestic tax topics. His research explores issues that impact taxpayers and tax professionals as well as tax policy matters of importance. He has published in academic and practice oriented journals. Dr. Jones holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Auburn University, a Master of Taxation degree from Georgia State University, and a Doctor of Management degree from Case Western Reserve University.

This distinguished professorship honors Dr. Charles E. Gilliland, Jr., who served as dean of Temple’s School of Business Administration in 1960 and as a professor of finance from 1965-68. Dr. Gilliland played an important role in shaping both undergraduate and graduate programs in the school, particularly in research and communication, and was active in helping to create business administration programs in third-world countries. He also played a vital role in the development and building of Speakman Hall, which opened in 1966. Upon stepping down as Dean, Dr. Gilliland participated in an educational project in Pakistan sponsored by the U.S. Agency for International Development.


Current Recipient: Xueming Luo, PhD

Dr. Xueming Luo is the Charles E. Gilliland, Jr. Professor of Marketing, and the Founder and Director of the Global Center on Big Data in Mobile Analytics. He was ranked as the # 1 U.S.-based scholar contributing to the Journal of Marketing, a premier journal, from 2006-2012. He has also been ranked first in the world in terms of citations in top five marketing journals – Journal of Marketing Research, Marketing Science, Journal of Marketing, Journal of Consumer Research and Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science – from 2006-2010. He is one of the most prolific and influential experts in the marketing-finance interface in the world. His research explores mobile marketing, social media, marketing dynamic models, new technologies, social networks, virtual identity and customer satisfaction in cross-disciplinary domains.

The Millard E. Gladfelter Professor of Statistics and Data Science is named in honor of Temple’s fourth president, who served the university from 1959 to 1967.


Current Recipient: Edo Airoldi

Edoardo M. Airoldi is the Millard E. Gladfelter Professor of Statistics and Data Science, a Professor of Finance (by courtesy) and director of the Fox School’s Data Science Institute. A distinguished researcher, Airoldi has authored more than 170 publications and earned more than 17,000 citations. His current research focuses on statistical methodology and theory for designing and analyzing randomized experiments and observational studies in complex settings, and on modeling and inferential issues that arise in analyses that leverage network data.

Airoldi earned his PhD in Computer Science from Carnegie Mellon University, where he also received Master of Science degrees in Statistics and Statistical and Computational Learning. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Mathematical Statistics and Economics from Italy’s Bocconi University.

This distinguished professorship honors Robert L. Johnson, president of Temple University from 1941-1959. Originally known for co-founding Time magazine, where he acted as vice-president and advertising director, Johnson saw Temple University through the tumult of World War II. With the help of his leadership, business acumen, and personable character, Temple University became a staple of the Philadelphia community. Johnson personally championed research funding efforts for the faculty and made it his mission to connect with students on an individual basis.


Current Recipient: Joydeep Srivastava, PhD

Dr. Joydeep Srivastava is the Robert L. Johnson Professor of Marketing. He joined the Fox School in 2017 from the University of Maryland, where he had served as the Ralph J. Tyser Professor of Marketing and Consumer Psychology.

Dr. Srivastava’s research interests include managerial and consumer decision-making. He examines issues in bargaining and auctions, strategy variables such as warranties and price-matching guarantees, and the psychology of money. His recent work examined bargaining in marketing distribution channels, consumer reactions to partitioned prices, people’s valuation of products in foreign currencies, and people’s spending and saving decisions as a function of payment mode and denomination of money.

He serves on the editorial review boards of the Journal of Consumer Psychology and the Journal of Consumer Research.

He earned a PhD in Business Administration from the University of Arizona, Tucson, and received a Bachelor of Science degree in Geosciences from Presidency College, University of Calcutta, in India.

The Merves Chair in Accounting and Information Technology is endowed by alumnus Stanley Merves (BS ’51), CPA. Merves was founder and senior partner of Merves & Company. His successful business career has included positions at Price Waterhouse, the IRS, The Franklin Mint, and partnerships in several investment and technology firms. He has played leading roles in professional, civic and charitable associations, and his philanthropy extends well beyond the greater Philadelphia region. He is a member of the Temple University Accounting Alumni Hall of Fame and recipient of the 1999 Musser Award for Alumni Achievement. Mr. Merves received Temple University’s Conwell Society Award in 2002.


Current Recipient: Rajiv D. Banker, PhD

Author of two books and more than 100 research articles in top tier journals in three disciplines—Accounting, Management Information Systems and Management Science—Dr. Banker has made seminal contributions to accounting and management science literature. He enjoys a reputation as one of the most prolific and widely cited scholars in business, according to the Institute for Scientific Information. He has received grants from leading foundations, including the National Science Foundation, and has served as editor for many prestigious academic journals, including The Accounting Review and Management Science.

This distinguished professorship honors Frank M. Speakman, instructor of insurance and business economics at Temple University, from 1913-1916. A well-known and well-respected certified public accountant and consulting actuary, Mr. Speakman bequeathed a significant portion of his estate to Temple upon hearing former University president Robert Johnson’s speech, titled, “The Case for Temple University,” in the hope of assisting the University expand its reach in the North Philadelphia community. The generosity of this Philadelphia businessman–for whom the former home to Temple’s School of Business Administration is named–underlined a lifetime and a legacy of service.


Current Recipient: Shreeram “Ram” Mudambi, PhD

Ram Mudambi is Professor and Perelman Senior Research Fellow at the Fox School of Business, Temple University. Previously he served on the faculties of Case Western Reserve University, the University of Reading (UK) and the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill. He is a Fellow of the Academy of International Business. He is a visiting Professor at Henley Business School, University of Reading, an Honorary Professor at the Center of International Business, University of Leeds (CIBUL) and a member of advisory council of the University of Bradford Centre in International Business (BCIB). He has served as a Visiting Professor at a number of universities including Bocconi (Italy), Uppsala (Sweden), Sydney (Australia) and Copenhagen Business School (Denmark). He holds a Master’s degree from the London School of Economics and a Ph.D. from Cornell University.

The Milton F. Stauffer Professorship was established by the Temple University Board of Trustees in 2011 to attract and retain outstanding faculty in the Fox School while supporting research excellence. Milton Stauffer was a business instructor who became the founding dean of the School of Commerce in 1918. Under his leadership, Temple established its first robust business curriculum.


Current Recipient: Jason Bennett Thatcher

Jason Thatcher joined the Fox School in 2020 from Culverhouse College of Business at University of Alabama, where he was the MIS Endowed Faculty Fellow. Prior to Alabama, Thatcher was a Trevillian Fellow in the College of Business at Clemson University.

Thatcher studies individual decision-making, strategic alignment and workforce issues as they relate to the effective application of information technologies in organizations. His more recent projects focused on cybersecurity and social media. He has published in journals such as MIS Quarterly, Information Systems Research and the Journal of Applied Psychology. Thatcher earned both his PhD in business administration and MPA from Florida State University. He received his BA in political science and BA in history from the University of Utah.

The Marvin Wachman Professor of Finance is named in honor of Temple’s sixth president, who served the university from 1973 to 1982. During his time as president, President Wachman started both the Temple Japan and Center City campuses.


Current Recipient: Gurdip Bakshi

Gurdip Bakshi joined the Fox School from the University of Maryland, where he was the Dean’s Professor of Finance at the Smith School of Business. Bakshi’s research interests include stock valuation, option valuation, term structure of interest rates, asset pricing, capital, commodity, and currency markets, crashes, and international finance. His recent work focuses on studying risk premiums, incomplete markets, opaqueness of hedge fund investments, recovery theorem, and probability of stock market crashes. His works have been published in the American Economic Review, the Journal of Finance, the Journal of Financial Economics, Review of Financial Studies, Management Science, and Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, among others.

Established by AF Lieutenant Colonel and Fox School alumna (BS ’31, MBA ’50) Dorothy S. Washburn, the Washburn Chair in Marketing enhances the quality of teaching and scholarship at The Fox School. Her bequest evokes memories of a remarkable individual whose outstanding military service was matched by her civic leadership and volunteerism. She held management, logistics, and procurement positions in several branches of the military, receiving four outstanding service awards from the Army and five from the Air Force. She served her alma mater as a member of the Board of Managers of the Business School and the Board of the General Alumni Association.

Current Recipient: Masaaki Kotabe, PhD

Ranked by both the Journal of International Business Studies and the Journal of Teaching in International Business among the most productive international business researchers in the world, professor Kotabe has authored or co-authored ten books and over fifty articles in top-tier journals. He edits the Journal of International Management in addition to serving on editorial boards for the Journal(s) of Marketing, International Business Studies and others. He is a Fellow of the Academy of International Business, for which he has served as vice president, and an elected member of the New York Academy of Sciences.

education. This endowed chair position was named by Stanley, MBA ’72, and Franny Wang, MBA ’72, with the belief that supporting impactful educators provides quality education for dynamic students and a better, more educated world. Stanley Wang is the founder, president and CEO of Pantronix Corporation.


Current Recipient: Patrick F. McKay, PhD

Patrick McKay received his PhD in Industrial-Organizational Psychology in 1999 from the University of Akron. He is a member of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Academy of Management and the Personnel/Human Resources Research Group (PHRRG). McKay was a 2013 Fellow for the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP).

His research interests include demographic disparities in worker outcomes, diversity, diversity climate, organizational demography, worker attitudes and retention, and job- and organizational-level performance. McKay has 37 in-press or published articles in respected publications such as the Journal of Applied Psychology, Journal of Management, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Organization Science, and Personnel Psychology, and has published nine invited book chapters.

This endowed professorship in accounting honors former Fox School of Business Dean Seymour Wolfbein. During Wolfbein’s deanship from 1967-1979, he improved the research capacity of the school by establishing institutes for social insurance, social economics, urban studies, economic organizations, and international development. The number of full-time, tenure-track faculty increased nearly fourfold under his leadership. Previously, Wolfbein served as the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Labor for Presidents Kennedy, and Johnson, and the Deputy Manpower Administrator for the U.S. Department of Labor.


Current Recipient: Lawrence Brown, PhD

Lawrence D. Brown joins the Fox School as the Seymour Wolfbein Professor of Accounting. In addition to his prolific publication history, Dr. Brown is also a member of the Executive Committee of the Conference on Financial Economics and Accounting and an editorial board member for Accounting Review. He joins Fox from Georgia State University, where he served as the J. Mack Robinson Distinguished Professor of Accountancy since 2001 and, before that, as the Controllers RoundTable Research Professor. His awards include two J. Mack Robinson College of Business Faculty Recognition Awards for Research, the 2004 Georgia State University Distinguished Alumni Professor Award, and the 2006 American Accounting Association Outstanding Accounting Educator Award. He earned his PhD in Business Economics, Finance and Accounting from the University of Rochester, an MBA from the University of Chicago in Economics, Finance, and Quantitative Methods, and a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from the University of Buffalo.

Research Fellows

NameDepartmentFellowship
Xue BaiMarketing and Supply Chain ManagementMilton F. Stauffer Research Fellow
Jeffrey BolesLegal StudiesMurray Shusterman Research Fellow
Dmitri ByzalovAccountingStanley Merves Research Fellow
Yuexiao DongStatistical ScienceCharles Gilliland Research Fellow
Leora EisenstadtLegal StudiesMurray Shusterman Research Fellow
Crystal HaroldHuman Resource ManagementPaul R. Anderson Research Fellow
Brian HoltzHuman Resource ManagementPeter Liacouras Research Fellow
Yan LiFinanceRobert Livingston Johnson Research Fellow
Munir MandviwallaManagement Information SystemsEbusiness Institute Development 
Min-Seok PangManagement Information SystemsMilton Stauffer Research Fellow
Oleg RytchkovFinanceFrank M. Speakman Research Fellow
Vinod VenkatramanMarketing and Supply Chain ManagementDorothy S. Washburn Research Fellow
Ryan VogelHuman Resource ManagementDavid Adamany Research Fellow
Monica WadhwaMarketing and Supply Chain ManagementPeter Liacouras Research Fellow
Zhigen ZhaoStatistical ScienceCharles Ezra Beury Research Fellow
Ronald AndersonFinanceHoward Gittis Senior Research Fellow
Steve BalsamAccountingStanley Merves Senior Research Fellow
Sudipta BasuAccountingRobert Livingston Johnson Senior Research Fellow
Anthony DiBenedettoMarketing and Supply Chain ManagementDorothy S. Washburn Senior Research Fellow
Elyas ElyasianiFinanceHarry Cochran Senior Research Fellow
Elizabeth GordonAccountingStanley Merves Senior Research Fellow
Jayanthi KrishnanAccountingStanley Merves Senior Research Fellow
Jagannathan KrishnanAccountingStanley Merves Senior Research Fellow
Connie MaoFinanceSeymour Wolfbein Senior Research Fellow
Lalitha NaveenFinanceHarry Cochran Senior Research Fellow
Donald RubinStatistical ScienceMurray Shusterman Senior Research Fellow
Cheng Yong TangStatistical ScienceCyrus C.K. Curtis Senior Research Fellow
Sunil WattalManagement Information SystemsHarold Schaefer Senior Research Fellow

Research Honor Roll

The Fox School recognizes top research faculty with our annual Research Honor Roll. Criteria for the Research Honor Roll are based on a qualitative point system given to faculty for their publication in top academic and industry journals. The Fox School is pleased that the number of Research Honor Roll recipients has been steadily increasing as our faculty is continuing to produce high-quality research studies.

2020

  • Edoardo Airoldi, Statistical Science
  • Xue Bai, Marketing and Supply Chain Management
  • Steven Balsam, Accounting
  • Leora Eisenstadt, Legal Studies in Business
  • Daniel Funk, Sport & Recreation Management
  • Subodha Kumar, Marketing and Supply Chain Management
  • Xueming Luo, Marketing and Supply Chain Management
  • Donald Rubin, Statistical Science
  • Detmar Straub, Management Information Systems
  • Yang Yang, Tourism and Hospitality Management

2019

  • Rajiv Banker, Accounting
  • Sudipta Basu, Accounting
  • Benjamin Collier, Risk, Insurance and Healthcare Management
  • Subodha Kumar, Marketing and Supply Chain Management
  • Xiang Li, Tourism and Hospitality Management
  • Lu Lu, Tourism and Hospitality Management
  • Xueming Luo, Marketing and Supply Chain Management
  • Shreeram Mudambi, Strategic Management
  • In-Sue Oh, Human Resource Management
  • Donald Rubin, Statistical Science
  • Detmar Straub, Management Information Systems
  • Yang Yang, Tourism and Hospitality Management

2018

  • Steven Balsam, Accounting
  • Jagan Krishnan, Accounting
  • Subodha Kumar, Marketing and Supply Chain Management
  • Xiang (Robert) Li, Tourism and Hospitality Management
  • Xueming Luo, Marketing and Supply Chain Management
  • Connie X. Mao, Finance
  • Thorsten Moenig, Risk, Insurance and Healthcare Management
  • Ram Mudambi, Strategic Management
  • In-Sue Oh, Human Resource Management
  • Paul Pavlou, Management Information Systems
  • Cheng-Yong Tang, Statistics
  • Ryan Vogel, Human Resource Management
  • Yang Yang, Tourism and Hospitality Management

2017

  • In-Sue Oh, Human Resource Management
  • Yuexiao Dong, Statistical Science
  • Kevin Fandl, Legal Studies
  • Brian Holtz, Human Resource Management
  • Xueming Luo, Marketing and Supply Chain Management
  • Sunil Wattal, Management Information Systems
  • Sudipta Basu, Accounting
  • Dmitri Byzalov, Accounting
  • Rajiv Banker, Accounting
  • Paul Pavlou, Management Information Systems
  • Daniel Funk, Sport and Recreation Management
  • Yang Yang, Tourism and Hospitality Management

2016

  • Rajiv Banker, Accounting
  • Sudipta Basu, Accounting
  • Dmitri Byzalov, Accounting
  • J.Jay Choi, Finance
  • Brian Holtz, Human Resource Management
  • Xi Li, Accounting
  • Xueming Luo, Marketing and Supply Chain Management
  • In-Sue Oh, Human Resource Management
  • Paul Pavlou, Management Information Systems
  • Vinod Venkatraman, Marketing and Supply Chain Management
  • Daniel Funk, School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management
  • Yang Yang, School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management

2015

  • Rajiv Banker, Accounting
  • Jeff Boles, Legal Studies
  • Hua Chen, Risk, Insurance and Healthcare Management
  • Seok-Woo Kwon, Strategic Management
  • Nandini Lahiri, Strategic Management
  • Yan Li, Finance
  • Xueming Luo, Marketing
  • Ram Mudambi, Strategic Management
  • In-Sue Oh, Human Resource Management
  • Min-Seok Pang, Management Information Systems
  • Paul Pavlou, Management Information Systems
  • Sanat Sarkar, Statistics
  • Pavel Savor, Finance
  • Cheng-Yong Tang, Statistics
  • Jeremy Jordan, Tourism and Hospitality Management
  • Yang Yang, Tourism and Hospitality Management

2014

  • Derek Avery, Human Resource Management
  • Rajiv Banker, Accounting
  • Angelika Dimoka, Marketing
  • Crystal Harold, Human Resource Management
  • Yan Li, Finance
  • Shreeram Mudambi, Strategic Management
  • In-Sue Oh, Human Resource Management
  • Paul Pavlou, Management Information Systems
  • Youngjin Yoo, Management Information Systems
  • Zhigen Zhao, Statistics
  • Daniel Funk, Tourism and Hospitality Management
  • Ceridwyn King, Tourism and Hospitality Management

2013

  • Ronald Anderson, Finance
  • Derek Avery, Human Resource Management
  • Rajiv Banker, Accounting
  • Angelika Dimoka, Marketing
  • Eric Eisenstein, Marketing
  • Elyas Elysiani, Finance
  • Steve Johnson, Management Information Systems
  • Jayanthi Krishnan, Accounting
  • In-Sue Oh, Human Resource Management
  • Paul Pavlou, Management Information Systems
  • Mitrabarun Sakar, Strategic Management
  • Youngjin Yoo, Management Information Systems

2012

  • Derek Avery, Human Resource Management
  • Rajiv Banker, Accounting
  • Pei-Yu Chen, Management Information Systems
  • Anthony DiBenedetto, Marketing
  • Angelika Dimoka, Marketing
  • Eric Eisenstein, Marketing
  • Masaaki Kotabe, Strategic Management
  • Shreeram Mudambi, Strategic Management
  • Paul Pavlou, Management Information Systems
  • Daniel Fesenmaier, Tourism and Hospitality Management
  • Daniel Funk, Tourism and Hospitality Management

2011

  • Sudipta Basu, Accounting
  • Hua Chen, Risk, Insurance and Healthcare Management
  • David Cummins, Risk, Insurance and Healthcare Management
  • Anthony DiBenedetto, Marketing
  • Elyas Elysiani, Finance
  • Paul Pavlou, Management Information Systems
  • Mitrabarun Sarkar, Strategic Management
  • Sanat Sarkar, Statistics
  • Younglin Yoo, Management Information Systems
  • Seoki Lee, Tourism and Hospitality Management
  • Sudipta Basu, Accounting
  • Anthony DiBenedetto, Marketing
  • Elyas Elysiani, Finance
  • Robert Giacalone, Human Resource Management
  • Shreeram Mudambi, Strategic Management
  • Mitrabarun Sarkar, Strategic Management
  • Sanat Sarkar, Statistics
  • Daniel Fesenmaier, Tourism and Hospitality Management
  • Seoki Lee, Tourism and Hospitality Management
  • Daniel Fesemaier, Tourism and Hospitality Management

Achievements in Sponsored Projects

2020

  • Edoardo Airoldi, Statistical Science
  • Randy Dumm, Risk, Insurance and Healthcare Management
  • Kevin Fandl, Legal Studies in Business
  • Daniel Funk, Sport & Recreation Management
  • Vishesh Karwa, Statistical Science
  • Donald Rubin, Statistical Science
  • Anthony Vance, Management Information Systems

2019

  • Edoardo Airoldi, Statistical Science
  • Daniel Funk, Sport and Recreational Management
  • Ceridwyn King, Tourism and Hospitality Management
  • Munir Mandviwalla, Management Information Systems

2018

  • Shira Cohen, Accounting
  • Angelika Dimoka, Marketing and Supply Chain Management
  • Randy Dumm, Risk, Insurance and Healthcare Management
  • Ram Mudambi, Strategic Management
  • Paul Pavlou, Management Information Systems
  • Crystal Reeck, Marketing and Supply Chain Management
  • Cheng Yong Tang, Statistical Science
  • Vinod Venkatraman, Marketing and Supply Chain Management
  • Zhigen Zhao, Statistics
  • Jacqueline Zinn, Risk, Insurance and Healthcare Management

2017

  • Shira Cohen, Accounting
  • Angelika Dimoka, Marketing and Supply Chain Management
  • Paul Pavlou, Management Information Systems
  • Crystal Reeck, Marketing and Supply Chain Management
  • Sanat Sarkar, Statistical Science
  • Cheng Yong Tang, Statistical Science
  • Vinod Venkatraman, Marketing and Supply Chain Management
  • Zhigen Zhao, Statistics
  • Jacqueline Zinn, Risk, Insurance and Healthcare Management

2016

  • Angelika Dimoka, Marketing and Supply Chain Management
  • Paul Pavlou, Management Information Systems
  • Crystal Reeck, Marketing and Supply Chain Management
  • Sanat Sarkar, Statistical Science
  • Cheng Yong Tang, Statistical Science
  • Vinod Venkatraman, Marketing and Supply Chain Management
  • Zhigen Zhao, Statistics

2015

  • David Cummins, Risk, Insurance and Healthcare Management
  • Angelika Dimoka, Marketing and Supply Chain Management
  • Paul Pavlou, Management Information Systems
  • Sanat Sarkar, Statistics
  • Vinod Venkatraman, Marketing and Supply Chain Management
  • Sunil Wattal, Management Information Systems
  • Sheryl Winston-Smith, Strategic Management
  • Youngjin Yoo, Management Information Systems
  • Zhigen Zhao, Statistics

2014

  • David Cummins, Risk, Insurance and Healthcare Management
  • Angelika Dimoka, Marketing and Supply Chain Management
  • Yuexiao Dong, Statistics
  • Robert Krafty, Statistics
  • Sanat Sarkar, Statistics
  • Vinod Venkatraman, Marketing and Supply Chain Management
  • Sunil Wattal, Management Information Systems
  • Sheryl Winston-Smith, Strategic Management
  • Youngjin Yoo, Management Information Systems
  • Zhigen Zhao, Statistics

2013

  • Hua Chen, Risk Insurance and Healthcare Management
  • David Cummins, Risk Insurance and Healthcare Management
  • Angelika Dimoka, Marketing and Supply Chain Management
  • Prof. Jaine Lucas, Strategic Management
  • Ram Mudambi, Strategic Management
  • Paul Pavlou, Management Information Systems
  • Vinod Venkatraman, Marketing and Supply Chain Management
  • Sunil Wattal, Management Information Systems
  • Mary Weiss, Risk Insurance and Healthcare Management
  • Youngjin Yoo, Management Information Systems

Translational Research Awards

2019

  • Gary Blau, Human Resource Management
  • Sherry Jarrell, Finance
  • Anthony Petrucci III, Human Resources Management

2020

  • Gary Blau, Human Resource Management
  • Anthony Di Benedetto, Marketing and Supply Chain Management
  • Cory Ng, Accounting

2019

  • Bertrand Guillotin, Strategic Management
  • Munir Mandviwalla, Management Information Systems
  • Dennis Paris, Marketing and Supply Chain Management
  • Elizabeth Taylor, Sport & Recreation Management

2020

  • Marilyn Anthony, Strategic Management
  • Bertrand Guillotin, Strategic Management
  • Crystal Reeck, Marketing and Supply Chain Management

2019

  • Lynne Andersson, Human Resource Management
  • David Jones, Accounting
  • Robert Li, Tourism & Hospitality Management
  • Cory Ng, Accounting
  • Guntram Werther, Marketing and Supply Chain Management

2020

  • Thilo Kunkel, Sport and Recreation Management
  • Solon Moreira, Strategic Management

2019

  • Leora Eisenstadt, Legal Studies in Business
  • Kevin Fandl, Legal Studies in Business
  • Theodore L. Hill, Strategic Management

2020

  • Sam Hodge, Legal Studies in Business
  • David Jones, Accounting
  • Shreeram Mudambi, Strategic Management