Stephen R. Rush ’16 Ph.D. has successfully defended his dissertation titled, “Essays on Information diffusion and Adverse Selection.” Stephen has accepted an Assistant Professor position at Bowling Green State University, Ohio.
Nicole Jones Young ’15 PhD successfully defended her dissertation titled, “The Impact of Social Class in the Hiring Process” on March 8th, 2016. Ms. Young has accepted an Assistant Professor position at Franklin & Marshall College.
Di Huang ’07 MBA, ’14 MS, ’15 PhD has successfully defended her dissertation titled, “CEO Compensation, Information Asymmetry, and Other Characteristics in Corporate Finance”.
Michael T. Maynard ’07 PhD has been awarded a Fullbright Scholar Award from the J. Wlliam Fullbright Foreign Scholarship Board. Dr. Maynard is currently on a three-month assignment in Portugal and will be working to help colleagues design research projects involving healthcare teams, teamwork training projects and potentially a project involving the referee tams from Portugal’s professional soccer league
Biyu Wu ’15 Ph.D. has successfully defended her dissertation titled, “Do IPOs Face Higher Accounting-Related Litigation Risk? Evidence from Restatements.”
Mark A. Schneider ’15 Ph.D. has successfully defended his dissertation titled, “Essays on Decision Making Under Risk in Decision Theory and Auction Theory.”
Margaret M. Luciano ’15 Ph.D. has successfully defended her dissertation titled, “Unpacking the Dynamics of Cross-Unit Coordination: A Multilevel Quasi-Experimental Investigation of Patient Handoffs.” Dr. Luciano was also inducted into the School of Business Hall of Fame in May, 2015.