Faculty & Staff

Ferhat Akbas
Assistant Professor
(785) 864-1851
118-D Summerfield

Academic Areas

Finance

Education

Ph.D. in Finance, Texas A&M University
MS in Economics, Texas A&M University
BS in Industrial Engineering, Bilkent University, Ankara

 

Christopher W. Anderson
Associate Professor, Anderson Chandler Fellow
(785) 864-7340
301-E Summerfield

Academic Areas

Finance and International Business

Education

Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) 1998
Ph.D. University of Pittsburgh 1995
M.A. Economics University of Iowa 1990
M.A. Business University of Iowa 1989
B.B.A. University of Iowa 1987

Travis Arellano
Administrative Associate
(785) 864-7585
211 Summerfield

Academic Area

Financial Unit/Mail Room

Mazhar Arikan
Assistant Professor of Supply Chain Management
(785) 864-8011
315-D Summerfield

Academic Areas

Supply Chain Management and Operations Management

Education

Ph.D. in Operations Management, Purdue University, 2011
M.S. in Industrial Engineering, University of Miami, 2005
B.S. in Industrial Engineering, Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey, 2002

Ronald Ash
Professor
785-864-7550
308 Summerfield

Academic Areas

Human Resources
Organizational Behavior

Education

Ph.D., University of South Florida - Industrial & Organizational Psychology, (1981)
Master of Arts, The Ohio State University - Industrial & Organizational Psychology, (1974)
Bachelor of Science, The Ohio State University - Psychology, (1972)

Joined the University of Kansas in 1981

Amin Attari
Ph.D. Student
785-864-1805
301-A Summerfield Hall

Academic Area

Marketing

Bob Augelli
Director, Multicultural Business Scholars Program, Lecturer
(785) 864-7524
124-D Summerfield

Academic Areas

Organizational Behavior

Education

PhD University of Kansas, Clinical Psychology
Masters University of Kansas, Clinical Psychology
Bachelors University of Kansas, Psychology

 

Todd Banks
Lecturer
(913) 451-7770
Edwards Campus

Academic Area

Finance

Education

BS, Petroleum Engineering, Colorado School of Mines (1986)
MBA, University of Houston (1991)

Current Activities

Teaches Alternative Investment Strategies (FIN895) a class focused on the hedge fund industry and investment strategies.

Co-founded (1998) and currently operates the equity market neutral hedge fund, Blackthorn Investment Group.

Vincent Barker
Director of Management, Professor and Carl A. Scupin Faculty Fellow
(785) 864-7512
345-M Summerfield

Academic Areas

Strategic Management

Education

Ph.D., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
BBA, University of Michigan

Joined the University of Kansas in 2002

Tammy Barta
Student & Academic Services Office Manager and Undergraduate Scheduling Coordinator
(785) 864-7581
206-L Summerfield

Academic Areas

Student & Academic Services

Polly Beatty
Administrative Assistant
(785) 864-7500
206 Summerfield

Academic Areas

Student & Academic Services

Background

2 years of Community College, CNA degree.

Interest and Hobbies

Camping, spending time with family & friends.

William (Bill) L. Beedles
Professor, Director of Undergraduate Programs
(785) 864-7530
322 Summerfield

Academic Area

Finance

Education

PhD Finance, The University of Texas at Austin (1975)
Masters M.S. in Business, Kansas State University (1971)
Bachelors B.S. in Business, Kansas State University (1970)

Joined the University of Kansas in 1978

Neeli Bendapudi
Dean and H.D. Price Professor of Business
(785) 864-7575
203 Summerfield

Academic Area

Marketing

Background

Neeli Bendapudi is the Dean and H.D. Price Professor of Business at the KU School of Business and a scholar of marketing. She holds a doctorate from the University of Kansas, and she has taught at Texas A&M and the Ohio State University. Her research has appeared in Journal of Marketing, Journal of Marketing Research, Journal of Retailing and Harvard Business Review, among others.

Dean Bendapudi has taught at the undergraduate, MBA, Executive MBA and Ph.D. levels, and has received numerous college, university and national teaching awards. She has experience on public and private boards, and served as EVP and Chief Customer Officer of Huntington National Bank.

Venkat Bendapudi
Senior Lecturer
(785) 864-7864
302 Summerfield

Academic Area

Human Resources

Education

MBA, University of Kansas
Ph.D., University of Kansas

Lisa J. Bergeron
Lecturer
(785) 864-7387
118-F Summerfield

Academic Areas

Finance

 

Mark Best
Lecturer
(785) 864-7547
350-M Summerfield

Academic Areas

Accounting and Information Systems

Education

MBA - The University of Kansas
B.S. in Accounting and Business Administration - The University of Kansas
Certified Public Accountant - Kansas

 

Associate Professor
(785) 864-7571
350-P Summerfield

Academic Areas

  • Strategic Management
  • International Business

Education

PhD University of Illinois
Masters University of Illinois
Bachelors New College, Sarasota, Florida

Interests

  • Strategic Management
  • International Business
  • International Trade and Investment
  • Business in Latin America
George Bittlingmayer
Wagnon Distinguished Professor of Finance and Otto Distinguished Professor of Austrian Economics
(785) 864-7541
306 Summerfield

Academic Areas

Economics
Finance

Education

PhD University of Chicago, Economics, 1981
AM University of Chicago, Economics, 1977
BA Lehigh University, Economics & German, 1975

 

Boone Bradley
Lecturer
(785) 550-9147

Academic Areas

Applied Portfolio Management

Scott N. Bronson
Assistant Professor of Accounting and Information Systems
(785) 864-1043
222 Summerfield

Academic Areas

Accounting and Information Systems

Education

Ph.D. in Business, Concentration: Accounting, University of Tennessee, 2006
B.S. in Accounting, Miami University, 1997
Certified Public Accountant, Illinois

David Byrd-Stadler
Director of Employer Relations & MBA Career Services
(785) 864-8047
125-F Summerfield

Academic Areas

Business Career Services Center

Frank Cabano
Ph.D. Student
785-864-1805
301-A Summerfield

Academic Area

Marketing

Education

B.S. Business Economics, University of South Florida, summa cum laude (with Honors)

Research Interests

Consumer Behavior

Awards and Recognition

The University of Kansas
*Self Graduate Fellowship Educational Award, 2013

University of South Florida
*Distinguished Graduate at Commencement, 2012
*Outstanding Honors Thesis, 2012
*College of Business 25 Under 25 Award, 2011

 

Sara L. Campion
Lecturer
(785) 864-1852
345-Q Summerfield

Academic Area

Organizational Behavior

Clint Chadwick
Associate Professor of Strategy and Human Resource Management
(785) 864-7559
326 Summerfield

Academic Areas

Management

Education

Doctor of Philosophy, University of Pennsylvania, 1999
Master of Arts in Management, University of Pennsylvania, 1996
Master of Business Administration, Brigham Young University, 1994

Luxi Chai
Ph.D. Student
785-864-7494
118-H Summerfield

Academic Area

Marketing

Education

M.A. in Economics, University of Kansas
B.S. in Economics, University of Kansas

 

Lecturer
(913) 709-9229
Summerfield

Academic Areas

Finance
International Business

Education

MBA, Finance and International Business
University of Kansas
B.A., M.A. Education, Russia

Interests

Corporate Finance
Investment & Portfolio Management

Promothesh Chatterjee
Assistant Professor
785-864-7555
226-J Summerfield

Academic Area

Marketing

Education

Ph.D. (Marketing), University of South Carolina, 2010

Keith Chauvin
Associate Professor
(785) 864-7567
345-E Summerfield

Academic Areas

Economics
Finance
Human Resources

Education

PhD University of Illinois, 1988
Masters University of Illinois, 1985
Bachelors Rockhurst College, 1980

 

Andrew N. K. Chen
Associate Professor
(785) 864-7529
345-N Summerfield

Academic Areas

Accounting and Information Systems

Education

Ph.D. Operations and Information Management, University of Connecticut
M.S. Accountancy, George Washington University
B.B.A. Accounting, Soochow University, Taiwan

Jiatian Chen
Ph.D Student
785-864-1810
118-B Summerfield Hall

Academic Area

Organizational Behavior

Education

Master in Labor and Human Resources at The Ohio State University (2012)

Zheng Cheng
Ph.D. Student
785-864-7594
315-B Summerfield Hall

Academic Area

Strategic Management

Tailan Chi
Professor and Carl A. Scupin Faculty Fellow
(785) 864-7593
226-N Summerfield

Academic Areas

Strategic Management

International Business

Education

Ph.D. in Business Administration, University of Washington, 1990.
M.A. in Economics, University of Washington, 1988.
M.B.A., University of San Francisco, 1985.
B.E. in International Trade, University of International Business and Economics, Beijing, China, 1983.

Joined the University of Kansas in 2003

Hye Sook Chung
Ph.D. Student
785-864-1866
315-A Summerfield

Academic Area

Organizational Behavior

Joyce Claterbos
Lecturer
(785) 864-7560
118-E Summerfield

Academic Areas

Marketing
Strategic Management

Education

Bachelor of Science, Secondary English Education, University of Kansas 1975
MBA, University of Kansas 1983

Interests

  • Marketing
  • Global marketing
  • Strategic management

I returned to academia in 1995 after many years in industry in training, human resources management, and administration. During that time, I worked in great businesses and in troubled businesses. I returned to teaching because I believe that teaching the next generation of business leaders is the most effective way to improve the management of organizations for the future.

Chris Claussen
Academic Advisor - Undergraduate Programs
(913) 897-8419
111-C Regents Center, Edwards Campus

Academic Areas

Student & Academic Services

Kelvie Crabb
Lecturer and Accounting Internship Program Director
(785) 864-5109
350-A Summerfield Hall

Academic Area

Accounting

Education

CPA, State of Missouri
MAIS, University of Kansas, 2001
BS, University of Kansas, 2000

Joined the University of Kansas in 2004

Current Activities

Accounting Internship Program, Director

Undergraduate Business Council, Faculty Advisor

Cathy Curless
Lecturer
Summerfield

Academic Area

Strategic Management

Education

Bachelor of Arts, University of Kansas
MBA, University of Kansas

Joined the University of Kansas in 2008

Interests

  • Strategic planning
  • Leadership
  • Strategic systems planning and implementation
Sr. Administrative Assistant
(785) 864-4500
350 Summerfield

Academic Areas

Accounting & Information Systems (AIS)

Rich DeLaney
Lecturer
913-814-8742
301F Summerfield

Academic Area

Marketing

Education

American Graduate School of International Management - Masters International Marketing

University of Chicago - MBA Finance

University of Arizona - Operations Management

Niki den Nieuwenboer
Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior and Business Ethics
304 Summerfield Hall

Academic Area

Organizational Behavior

Education

Ph.D. RSM Erasmus University (the Netherlands)

Masters KU Leuven (Belgium) 

Masters of Arts Leiden University (the Netherlands) 

Brian S. Dennis
Consultant
(785) 843-8844
646 Vermont Street, Suite 200, Lawrence, KS 66044

Academic Areas

Small Business Development Center (SBDC)

Robert (Bob) DeYoung
Capitol Federal Professor in Financial Markets and Institutions
(785) 864-1806
226-H Summerfield Hall

Academic Areas

Finance and Banking

Education

Ph.D. - University of Wisconsin-Madison
B.A. - Rutgers University-Camden

Charly Edmonds
Administrative Director, Doctoral Program
(785) 864-3841
206-R Summerfield

Academic Areas

Student & Academic Services

Background

BA, Business Administration, Baker University

Mike Ellis
Ph.D. Student
785-864-7508
104 Summerfield

Academic Areas

Accounting and Information Systems

Education

BBA Finance, The University of Texas at San Antonio
MS Finance, Texas A&M University
MS Management Information Systems, University of Houston Clear Lake

Elizabeth Emeigh Fuerherm
785-864-8065
109 Summerfield

Academic Areas

Accounting

Education

B.S. in Accounting with minors in Finance and Mathematics, Fairfield University, Fairfield, CT, 2004

Research Interests

Audit quality, international auditing, earnings restatements, audit fees, auditor independence, PCAOB

Teaching Interests

Auditing, intermediate financial accounting

Administrative Associate
(785) 864-2191
345 Summerfield

Academic Area

Finance, Economics and Decision Sciences

Michael Ettredge
Crown/Sherr Professor of Business
(785) 864-7537
350-J Summerfield Hall

Academic Area

Accounting

Education

Ph.D. (Accounting), December, 1982, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas
M.P.A. (Master of Public Administration), May, 1978, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah
B.A. May, 1971, Rice University, Houston, Texas

Austin Falley
Communications Director
785-864-3852
201-B Summerfield

Academic Area

Dean's Office

Marci Feiden
Lecturer
(785) 864-3733
350-O Summerfield

Academic Areas

Accounting and Information Systems

Education

Masters DePaul University, Chicago
CPA State Of Missouri
Bachelors University of Kansas

Interests

  • Managerial Accounting
  • Accounting-General
     
Jana Fitchett
Lecturer
(785) 864-7539
342-A Summerfield

Academic Areas

Entrepreneurship

Education

Bachelor's, University of Nebraska

Joined the University of Kansas in 2006

Current Activities

My focus is to provide interesting learning by sharing success stories from successful founders of small businesses; utilize team case studies to encourage realistic hands-on training and instill an entrepreneurial marketing mindset in students by transforming the class into a virtual company laboratory for creating and launching new ventures or products.

Allen Ford
Larry D. Horner/KPMG Peat Marwick Teaching Professor of Professional Accounting
(785) 864-7523
315-C Summerfield

Academic Areas

Accounting and Information Systems

Education

PhD University of Arkansas
Masters University of Arkansas
Bachelors Centenary College

Tom Fredrick
Lecturer
785-864-7500
332 Summerfield Hall

Academic Area

Strategic Management

Greg Freix
Director of Master of Science in Business Supply Chain Management & Logistics, Lecturer
(785) 864-7544
226-G Summerfield

Academic Areas

Accounting and Information Systems

Education

MBA University of Kansas
MA Management, Central Michigan University
Bachelors Chemistry, USAF Academy

Joined the University of Kansas in 1998

 

William L. Fuerst
Professor
(785) 864-7566
302 Summerfield

Academic Areas

Accounting and Information Systems

Education

PhD Texas Tech, 1979
Masters Northern Illinois University, 1973
Bachelors Knox College, 1969

Lecturer
(785) 864-2889
332 Summerfield

Academic Area

International Management

Education

B.A., UCLA, June 1977
M.B.A., The University of Southern California, May 1983

 

Bo Gao
Ph.D. Student
785-864-8064
107 Summerfield

Academic Area

Finance

Mark Geiger
Ph.D. Student
785-864-1810
118-B Summerfield

Academic Area

Organizational Behavior

Professor
(785) 864-7536
345-K Summerfield

Academic Areas

Business Law

Education

JD Indiana University
BS Indiana University, Business Economics and Public Policy

Alicia Green
Career Advisor
785-864-4192
125 Summerfield, Room J

Academic Areas

Business Career Services Center

Background

Alicia joined the School of Business as an Academic Advisor in September 2007. She previously worked at the University of Texas at Austin, where she advised student organizations that produced campus-wide events such as lectures, concerts, and cultural events. Alicia holds a master's degree in Higher Education from Iowa State University, and a bachelor's degree in Elementary/Middle Education from KU.

Marija Grishin
Ph.D. Student
785-864-8064
106 Summerfield

Academic Area

Marketing

Feng Guo
Ph.D. Student
785-864-4276
105 Summerfield

Academic Area

Accounting

James P. Guthrie
Associate Dean of Academic Affairs, William and Judy Docking Professor of Business
(785) 864-7546
203-C Summerfield

Academic Area

Human Resources

Education

Ph.D., University of Maryland
MBA, SUNY at Buffalo
B.A., SUNY at Buffalo

Alan Halfen
Postdoctoral Fellow
219D Lindley

Academic Area

Marketing

Education

B.S., University of Wisconsin–Platteville

M.S., University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee

Ph.D., University of Kansas

Erin Halfen
Assistant to the Dean
(785) 864-7573
203 Summerfield

Academic Area

Dean's Office

Art Hall
Director, Center for Applied Economics, Lecturer
(785) 864-5134
316 Summerfield

Academic Areas

Economics

Education

Ph.D., Economics, University of Georgia, 1991
BA, Economics, Emory University, 1985

Interests

Economic Growth
Economic Geography
Tax Policy

Jennifer Hanson
Director of Finance
785-864-7552
213-B

Academic Area

Financial Unit

Education

BS Business, University of Kansas (1985)

MBA, University of Kansas (1987)

BA Accounting, Wichita State University (1991)

Certified Public Accountant

Mark G. Haug
School of Business Teaching Fellow
(785) 864-7570
301-D Summerfield

Academic Areas

Business Law
Decision Sciences

Education

JD University of Kansas, 1997
PhD University of Colorado, 1994
MS Kansas State University, 1986
BS Kansas State University, 1984

Interests

  • Business Law
  • Decision Making
  • Financial Modeling
  • Business Statistics
  • Operations Management
  • Professional Development and Leadership
  • Incentive Planning

Selected Publications

Haug, M. and Baird, E., "Finding the Error in Daubert", Hastings Law Journal, 62:3, 2011.

Haug, M. "Invited Comment on Calculating Remittiturs", Law, Probability & Risk, 8:2, 2009.

Haug, Mark, and Devon J. Steinmeyer, 2008. Remitting the Remittitur. American Journal of Trial Advocacy . 31, No. 3.

Haug, M., and Mark Hirschey, 2006. The January Effect. Financial Analysts Journal 62, No. 5, p. 78-88.

Leslie Hazlett
Program Coordinator - Italy Programs, Consortium of Universities for International Studies
(785) 864 7526
351 Summerfield

Academic Areas

Italy Programs

Zhao Zhao He
Ph.D. Student
785-864-7517
313-A Summerfield

Academic Area

Finance

Education

Ph.D in Finance, University of Kansas 2011 - present
MBA, University of Central Arkansas 2008-2009
B.S., Financial Analysis, Shanghai Institute of Foreign Trade, Shanghai, P.R. China 2004-2008

Research Interests

Corporate finance, Cash management, Innovation, Market structure, Real estate finance, and financial intermediaries.

Working Papers

“R&D and the High Cash Holdings Puzzle in the U.S.” (second-year paper)

"Competitive Rivalry and Non-Price Competition: The Case of Mobile Banking Adoption" (solo-authored; first-year paper)

Publications

Georgina He. and Don B. Bradley III (2010). "Logistical Flowchart and Feasibility Study for Doing Business in China's Apparel and Accessories Market." International Journal of Family Business, vol. 6, pp 45-63.

Awards

Best Graduate Student Paper by International Journal of Family Business, 2010
Fellowship of MBA in University of Central Arkansas, 2008-2009
Excellent Graduates in SHIFT, 2008, China
National Student Scholarship, 2007, China

John Hedeman
Director of Student International Experiences
785-864-4583
351 Summerfield

Academic Area

Institute for International Business

Education

AB, English, Princeton University, 1972

Med, Guidance and Counseling, The Johns Hopkins University, 1977

PhD, Higher Education, University of Illinois, 1993

James A. Heintz
Professor Emeritus
(785) 864-4568
226-D Summerfield

Academic Areas

Accounting and Information Systems

Education

DBA 1972, Washington University, St. Louis
BS (with honors) Quincy College, Quincy, Illinois
CPA 1967, Illinois

Joined the University of Kansas in 1998

Interests

  • Auditing
  • Financial Accounting
  • Audit judgment formation
  • Uses of published financial data

Current Activities

Member of AACSB National Accounting Accreditation Committee

Selected Publications

"The Effect of Data Reliability on the Influence of Unaudited Values in Audit Analytical Procedures,. International Journal of Auditing, Vol. 2, Summer, 1999. With G. White and J Bedard.

"Using Flowcharts to Teach Audit Reports: An Update,. Journal of Accounting Education, Spring, 1999. With S. Michael Groomer.

"The Effect of a Planning Materiality Decision Aid on Audit Team Consensus,. Accounting and Business Research, Vol. 4, Fall, 1996. With James King and Robert Welker.

"Auditor Judgment in Analytical Review - Some Further Evidence,. Auditing: A Journal of Practice and Theory, Spring, 1989. With Gwen White.

"Sensitivity of Independent Auditors to Evidence Reliability,. Auditing: A Journal of Practice and Theory, Fall, 1988. With James Rebele and George Briden. College Accounting (South-Western Publishing Co., Cincinnati, 9 editions, latest in 2008). With Robert W. Parry.

Karen Heintzen
Academic Advisor, Assistant Director, MAcc Program
(785) 864-7558
206 Summerfield

Academic Areas

Student & Academic Services

Master of Accounting 

Background

Family Business, Banking, Social Welfare, Marketing, KU Continuing Education's Independent Study Program from 1998 until 2000, Graduation Advisor for the College Undergraduate Services Office from 2000 until 2004

BS, Social Work, KSU 1989
MSW, Administrative Social Work, KU 1992

Interest and Hobbies

Management, Organizations, Negotiation, Research, Training and Eating

Current Activities

One of my goals is to help students get connected at KU

John I. Hense Jr.
(785) 864-2888
332 Summerfield

Academic Area

Finance

Education

BS, Business Administration, University of Kansas – 1984
Master of Business Administration, University of Kansas – 1988

Current Activities

A 20-year veteran in M&A and currently the Managing Director at CC Capital Advisors, the Kansas City-based investment banking division of Country Club Bank. Teaches FIN895 – Mergers and Acquisitions, a class focused on the many facets of the M&A process.

Steve Hillmer
Director of Finance, Economics and Decision Sciences, Professor
(785) 864-7549
345-D Summerfield

Academic Area

Decision Sciences and Supply Chain Management

Education

Ph.D. University of Wisconsin- Madison, 1976
Masters University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1974
Bachelors Drake University, 1971

Kimberlee Hinkle
Recruitment Coordinator
785-864-6829
Summerfield Hall, Room 206

Academic Area

Student & Academic Services

Education

B.S., Marketing, University of Kansas

Mary Jane Hoffer
Business Manager
(785) 864-7578
213-C Summerfield

Academic Area

Financial Unit

Background

Mary Jane began her career at KU in 1979 as an accounting clerk in the School of Business. Mary Jane has won numerous awards for her contributions to KU. She was KU classified employee of the month, KU 2000-01 Classified Staff Member of the Year, and recipient the School’s Beth Bovee Staff Excellence Award. She has been assistant back-up for the Director of Financial Operation, plus many other tasks and duties.

Gloria Hopkins
MBA Coordinator
(785) 864-6052
124 Summerfield

Academic Area

Masters Programs

Douglas A. Houston
Professor Emeritus
(785) 864-7564
203-C Summerfield

Academic Areas

Decision Sciences
Economics
Finance

Education

Ph.D., Indiana University, School of Business
Masters Indiana University, School of Business
Bachelors BA, Economics, Union College (Schenectady, NY)

Minjie Huang
Ph.D. Student
785-864-7731
345-R Summerfield

Academic Area

Finance

Yeonju Jang
Ph.D. Student
785-864-7731
345-R Summerfield

Academic Area

Finance

Chao Jiang
Ph.D. Student
785-864-7698
345-R Summerfield

Academic Area

Finance

Tom Jindra
Lecturer
Edwards Campus

Academic Areas

Strategic Management

Education

Associate Degree in Industrial Management, Jackson Community College
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Spring Arbor College
Master of Science in Organizational Behavior, The University of Kansas School of Business

Interests

  • Strategic plans and implementation
  • Supply chain management
  • Strategic communications
  • Executive leadership training
  • Management consulting
Jennifer Jordan
Director, Business Career Services
(785) 864-4446
125-G Summerfield

Academic Areas

Business Career Services Center

Background

Jennifer received her BS degree in psychology from Iowa State University and her MA degree in counseling psychology with an emphasis in career development from the University of Missouri-Columbia. She worked professionally in Human Resources prior to joining the University of Kansas School of Business in January 2002.

Kissan Joseph
Professor and Stockton Faculty Fellow
(785) 864-7535
345-H Summerfield

Academic Area

Marketing

Education

Ph.D., Major Field: Marketing; Supporting Field: Econometrics, Krannert Graduate School of Management, Purdue University, 1992
M.S. Physics, Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, 1985

 

Karl Kammerer
Ph.D. Student
785-864-7594
315-B Summerfield

Academic Area

Strategic Management

Education

MBA, University of Kansas, 2009
BSBA, University of Kansas, 2007

Academic Honors and Awards

Madison and Lila Self Graduate Fellowship

Previous Experience

General Manager for Professional Toxicology Services, Inc. a small toxicology laboratory he co-founded in 2005. In 2006 he helped the company navigate the acquisition of another small business and managed the enterprise for the next five years.

Feyzan Karabulut
Ph.D. Student
785-864-7504
106 Summerfield

Academic Area

Decision Sciences

Education

MS, Marketing, University of Rochester, 2013
BS, Business Administration, TOBB University of Economics and Technology, Turkey, 2010
 

Dennis F. Karney
Ned N. Fleming Distinguished Teaching Professor
(785) 864-7569
118-C Summerfield

Academic Areas

International Business

Education

PhD University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Masters University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Bachelors University of Pittsburgh

Gilbert Karuga
Associate Professor
(785) 864-7497
226-B Summerfield

Academic Areas

Accounting and Information Systems

Education

Joined the University of Kansas in 2002

 

Will Katz
Director, KU Small Business Development Center
(785) 843-8844
646 Vermont Street, Suite 200, Lawrence, KS 66044

Academic Areas

Small Business Development Center (SBDC)

Creative Program Assistant
785-864-1852
345-Q Summerfield

Academic Area

Center for Entrepreneurship

Background

BA, Visual Communication Design, Anderson University

Minyoung Kim
Assistant Professor
(785) 864-1856
226-O Summerfield

Academic Area

International Business

Education

PhD, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
MBA, Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea (highest honor)
BA, Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea (cum laude)

Research Interests

The theory of the firm, knowledge transfer, barriers to imitation, value appropriation, innovation strategies, and social network analysis.

Selected Publications

Lee, J. K. and Kim, M. Y. 2014. Market-Driven Technological Innovation through Acquisitions: The Moderating Effect of Firm Size, Journal of Management, forthcoming.

Bucheli, M. and Kim, M. Y. 2014. Attacked from Both Sides: A Dynamic Model of Multinational Corporations’ Strategies for Protection of Their Property Rights, Global Strategy Journal, forthcoming.

Kim, M. Y., Mahoney, J. T., and Tan, D. 2014. Re-conceptualizing Exploitative and Explorative FDI: A Balancing-Process Approach to Firm Internationalization, European Journal of International Management, forthcoming.

Kim, M. Y. 2013. Many Roads Lead to Rome: Implications of Geographic Scope as a Source of Isolating Mechanisms, Journal of International Business Studies, 44(9): 898-921.

Bucheli, M. and Kim, M. Y. 2012. Political Institutional Change, Obsolescing Legitimacy, and Multinational Corporations: The Case of the Central America Banana Industry, Management International Review, 52(6): 847–877.

Paul Koch
O. Maurice Joy Professor of Business
(785) 864-7503
226-C Summerfield

Academic Areas

Finance

Education

PhD Economics, Michigan State University (1980)
Bachelors Economics, Mathematics, Wartburg College (1977)

Charles E. Krider
Professor Emeritus
(785) 864-7543
336 Summerfield

Academic Areas

Economics
Human Resources

Education

PhD Graduate School of Business, University of Chicago 1976 Areas of specialization: Economics and Labor Relations
MBA Graduate School of Business, University of Chicago 1966 Area of Specialization: Labor Relations
Bachelor Kalamazoo College 1963 Major: Economics

Jinae Krieshok
MBA Director of Admissions
(913) 897-8617
125-T Regents Center, KU Edwards Campus

Academic Area

MBA Office

Background

Jinae received a Bachelor of Business Administration along with a BA in Communication from Washburn University and recently earned an MBA from the University of Kansas. Prior to joining the KU School of Business, Jinae worked four years in the consumer packaged goods industry providing consumer insights and strategic planning for leading national brands.

Ashley Kruger
Career Advisor
785-864-5590
125 Summerfield, Room G
Tom Kubick
Assistant Professor of Accounting and Information Systems
(785) 864-7318
315-F Summerfield

Academic Areas

Accounting and Information Systems

Education

Ph.D. in Business, Concentration: Accounting, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2011
M.P.A., University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2008
B.S.B.A. in Management, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2005

Research Interests

Taxation and Corporate Finance

Professional Certifications

Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA)
Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst (CAIA)
Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Colorado
Certified Financial Planner (CFP®)
Certified Management Accountant (CMA)
Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE)
Chartered Life Underwriter (CLU)
Chartered Financial Consultant (ChFC)
Chartered Adviser in Senior Living (CASL)
Fellow, Life Management Institute (FLMI)

Jeong-Yeon (Jay) Lee
Associate Professor
(785) 864-2263
226-M Summerfield

Academic Areas

Human Resources
Organizational Behavior

Education

Ph.D., Indiana University
MBA, Indiana University
BBA, Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea

Joined the University of Kansas in 2005

Lisa Leroux-Smith
Instructor
(785) 864-7598
218 Summerfield

Academic Area

Human Resources

Education

MS, Counseling and Student Personnel, Oklahoma State University

BS, Psychology, Oklahoma State University

Background

Lisa is currently the instructor for BUS 101: Introduction to Business Majors, Careers, and Professional Skills, a course she has taught since 2009. She also developed the online version of the course, which began in spring 2011. She has extensive experience teaching professional skills for business students, especially underclassmen and has a passion for working with college students in the areas of career development and exploration.

Lisa has been with the KU School of Business since 1995 and has served the school and university in many capacities. She is the former Assistant Dean for Student Services and Human Resources for the School of Business. In addition, she has served as the Director of the Business and Engineering Career Services Partnership and the MBA Career Services Coordinator. Before coming to KU, Lisa spent four years as an individual and group therapist at the Oklahoma State University Counseling Center. She has her bachelor’s degree in psychology and her master in counseling and student personnel from Oklahoma State University.

Parker Lessig
Distinguished Professor Emeritus
(785) 864-7532
345-F Summerfield

Academic Area

Marketing

Education

Ph.D., University of Kansas, 1970

Murray Levin
Professor
(785) 864-7506
350-F Summerfield

Academic Areas

Alternative Dispute Resolution (e.g. Arbitration, Mediation)
Legal Environment of Business
Contract Law
Real Property Law

Education

JD, University of Kansas, 1977
Masters MBA, University of Wisconsin, 1974
Bachelors BA, University of Wisconsin, 1972

William E. Lewis
Distinguished Lecturer, Executive in Residence
(785) 864-7514
301-C Summerfield

Academic Areas

Finance

Education

M.S. University of Kansas 1969 - Finance
B.S. University of Kansas 1968 - Business Administration
B.A. University of Kansas 1966 - Mathematics

Joined the University of Kansas in 1991.

Classes Taught

ACCT 201 Managerial Accounting
IST 301 Introduction to Business Computing
ACCT 320 Financial Accounting II
FIN 310 Finance
ACCT 311 Information Systems for Accountants
BUS 703 FinancialAccounting
BUS 710 Managerial Accounting
BUS 795 Special Topics in Business
FIN 101/301 Personal Finance
HSES Sport Finance
Personal Finance 101/301

Interests

Finance, Financial accounting, Managerial accounting, Management Information Systems

Background Information

Prior to coming to KU, Mr. Lewis spent 22 years in Financial and Accounting areas of large and mid-size corporations. In his corporate career he has been assigned to financial reporting positions in the corporate Controllers Department of Exxon Corporation in New York and the Marine Department of Exxon U.S.A in Houston. He has also held the following executive positions in Exxon subsidiaries:

Assistant Controller - Esso Standard Libya -- Tripoli, Libya -
Assistant Controller - International Petroleum Company Ltd. -- Bogota, Colombia
Controller - Esso Prospaccao Limitada -- Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Controller - Esso Exploradora y Productora Inc. -- Buenos Aires, Argentina

Subsequent to his career with Exxon, Mr. Lewis was the Chief Financial Officer of a highly diversified conglomerate with 14 operating companies throughout the United States. These companies included prominent corporations in the printing, hydraulics, outdoor signage, aquaculture, and photographic industries.

As former Chairman of the Pooled Money Investment Board for the State of Kansas, Mr. Lewis oversaw the investments of the State's idle funds. These investments comprised a portfolio of $ 3.5 billion

Lei Li
Assistant Professor
(785) 864-8934
350-B Summerfield

Academic Area

Finance

Education

Ph.D. in Finance 2012,Boston College, Carroll School of Management
M.A. in Economics 2007, Brown University, Graduate School
M.Sc. in Mathematics 2006, Brown University, Graduate School
B.Sc. in Mathematics, 2001, University of Science and Technology of China

Research Interests

Empirical corporate finance, financial institutions, and financial intermediation.

Working Papers

TARP Funds Distribution and Bank Loan Supply (forthcoming, Journal of Banking & Finance)
Use of Credit Default Swaps and Bond Mutual Fund Performance

Published Papers

"The Performance of Banks around the Receipt and Repayment of TARP Funds: Over- achievers versus Under-achievers," with Marcia M. Cornett and Hassan Tehranian, Journal of Banking & Finance 37 (2013) 730–746. 

Pingshu Li
Ph.D. Student
785-864-1810
118-B Summerfield

Academic Area

Organizational Behavior

Yexin Jessica Li
Assistant Professor
(785) 864-7597
226-K Summerfield

Academic Areas

Marketing and Consumer Behavior

Education

B.S., Cornell University
Ph.D., Arizona State University

Research Interests

Motivation and Emotion; Social Influence and Persuasion; Evolutionary Psychology; Culture and Self-Construal; Behavioral Economics

Selected Works

Kay Lee, Choi, Jungsil, & Yexin Jessica Li (forthcoming) “Regulatory Focus as a Predictor of Attitudes Toward Partitioned and Combined Pricing,” Journal of Consumer Psychology.

Choi, Jungsil*, Yexin Jessica Li, Priyamvadha Rangan*, Promothesh Chatterjee, & Surendra N. Singh (forthcoming) “The Odd-Ending Price Justification Effect: The Influence of Price-Endings on Hedonic and Utilitarian Consumption,” Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science.

White, Andrew E., Yexin Jessica Li, Vladas Griskevicius, Steven L. Neuberg, & Douglas T. Kenrick (2013), “Putting all your eggs in one basket: Life history strategies, bet-hedging, and diversification,” Psychological Science, 24 (May), 715-22.

White, Andrew E., Douglas T. Kenrick, Yexin Jessica Li, Chad R. Mortensen, Steven L. Neuberg, & Adam B. Cohen (2012), “When nasty breeds nice: Threats of violence amplify agreeableness at national, individual, and situational levels,” Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 103 (October), 622-634.

Li, Yexin Jessica, Douglas T. Kenrick, Vladas Griskevicius, & Steven L. Neuberg (2012), “Economic decision biases and fundamental motivations: Loss aversion, mating, and self protection,” Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 102 (March), 550-561.

Li, Yexin Jessica, Adam B. Cohen, Jason Weeden, & Douglas T. Kenrick (2010), “Mating competitors increase religious beliefs,” Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 46 (March), 428-31.

Kenrick, Douglas T., Vladas Griskevicius, Jill M. Sundie, Norman P. Li, Yexin Jessica Li, & Steven L. Neuberg (2009), “Deep rationality: The evolutionary economics of decision making,” Social Cognition, 27 (October), 764-85.

Yijing Li
Ph.D. Student
785-864-7517
313-A Summerfield

Academic Areas

Decision Sciences

Education

B.A. Economics , Wuhan University, China June 2005
B.S. Mathematics , Wuhan University in China June 2005
M.A. Economics, KU, June 2007

Teaching Experience

Econ 142 Microeconomics

Steve Liggett
Lecturer
(913) 362-2880
Summerfield

Academic Area

Marketing

Education

BS, Journalism, University of Kansas

Current Activities

Steve Liggett is President of Trilogy Communications Co. in Shawnee Mission, Kan.

Lecturer
508 Summerfield

Academic Areas

Finance

Education

BS, Business Administration, University of Kansas – 1973
Master of Business Administration, University of Kansas – 1980

 

Minghui Ma
Ph.D. Student
785-864-8064
107 Summerfield

Academic Area

Marketing

Education

Ph.D. in Marketing, University of Kansas, School of Business, 2010-2015 (Expected)

M.A. in Economics: University of Kansas, School of Liberal Arts and Sciences, 200-2011

M.A. in International Business, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, 2007-2009

B.A. with honors in Applied Economics, East China University of Political Science and Law, 2003-2007

Research Interests

Compensation, Sales Force Management in the C-suite, Marketing-Operations Interface, Retailing, and Pricing Strategy

Conference Presentations

A Comparison of Linear and Non-Linear Sales Force Compensation Plans, Marketing Science Conference, Atlanta, GA, 2014. (Essay 2)

MBAs in the C-Suite: When Do they Add Value and Are They Priced Correctly?  Marketing Science Conference, Atlanta, GA, 2014. (Project D)

Do CMO Incentives Matter? An Empirical Investigation of CMO Compensation and Its Impact on Firm Value,” Winter AMA Conference, Orlando, FL, 2014. (Project C)

A New Model of Consumer Redemption Behavior, Marketing Science Conference, Istanbul, Turkey, 2013. (Project A)

Bundling of Vertically Differentiated Products in a Distribution Channel, Academy of Marketing Science Conference, Monterey Bay, CA, 2013; POMS 25th  Annual Conference, May 2014, Atlanta, GA. (Project B)

Awards, Grants, and Service

Dissertation Fellowship, Spring 2015, $7,500

Competition-based GRF Research Grant, Summer 2014, $5,200

AMA-Sheth Foundation Doctoral Consortium Fellow, 2014

John O. Tollefson Teaching Award, Awarded annually to one School of Business doctoral student to recognize outstanding teaching (1 out of 41 doctoral students), 2013

INFORMS Society of Marketing Science Doctoral Consortium Fellow, 2012

Reviewer: 2013 Academy of Marketing Science Conference, 2014 Winter AMA Conference

Ahreum Maeng
Assistant Professor
785-864-4568
226-M Summerfield

Academic Area

Marketing

Education

PhD. Marketing, University of Wisconsin Madison

M.S. Marketing, University of Alabama

M.B.A. Marketing, Hanyang University, Korea

B.A. Advertising and PR, Hanyang University, Korea

Suman Mallik
Associate Professor of Supply Chain Management
(785) 864-7591
314 Summerfield

Academic Areas

Decision Sciences and Supply Chain Management

Education

Ph. D. (Operations Management), The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, 1998
M. A. (Mgmt. Sc. & Applied Economics), The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, 1998
M.S. (Mechanical Engineering), The University of Colorado at Boulder, 1994
B. Tech. (Mechanical Engineering), Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, India, 1990

Joined the University of Kansas in 2008

Adi Masli
Assistant Professor
(785) 864-1565
350-N Summerfield

Academic Areas

Accounting and Information Systems

Education

Ph.D. in Accounting, University of Arkansas
Masters in Accounting, University of Arkansas
Bachelor of Science, Double Major in Accounting and Information Systems, University of Arkansas

Research Interests

  • Financial reporting quality
  • Auditing, internal controls, and corporate governance
  • Executive compensation and turnover
  • The influence of information technology (IT) on business value and financial reporting

Selected Publications


Masli, A., G. Peters, V. Richardson, and J. M. Sanchez. 2010. "Examining the Potential Benefits of Internal Control Monitoring Technology" The Accounting Review 85(3): 1001-1034.

Collins, D., A. Masli, A. L. Reitenga, and J. M. Sanchez. 2009. "Earnings Restatements, the Sarbanes-Oxley Act and the Disciplining of Chief Financial Officers." Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance 24(1): 1-34 (Lead Article).

Masli, A., V. Richardson, J. M. Sanchez, and R. Smith. 2010. "Returns to IT excellence: Evidence from financial performance around information technology excellence awards." International Journal of Accounting and Information Systems 12(3):189-205.

Henderson, B. C., A. Masli, V. Richardson, and J. M. Sanchez."Layoffs and CEO Compensation: Does CEO Power Influence the Relationship?" Forthcoming, Journal of Accounting Auditing and Finance.

Masli, A., V. Richardson, J. M. Sanchez, and R. Smith. "A Framework for Understanding the Link between IT and Firm Performance." Forthcoming, Journal of Information Systems.

 

Paul T. Mason
Lecturer in Forensic Accounting
(785) 864-4516
350-C Summerfield

Academic Areas

Accounting and Information Systems

Education

MBA University of Connecticut
MS University of Hartford
BA University of Connecticut

Interests

  • The study of fraud (employee and management) and white collar crime.
  • Writing a mystery novel involving forensic accounting for use in accounting courses to help engage students in my courses and to encourage them to take a closer look at the fascinating world of accounting.
  • Accumulating material for a comprehensive fraud compendium of cases and working on a fraud textbook.
Douglas R. May
Professor and Director of International Center for Ethics in Business
(785) 864-7520
330 Summerfield

Academic Areas

Organizational Behavior

Education

Ph.D. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
M.A. University of Missouri-Columbia
B.A. University of Kansas

Amber McCullough
Information Technology Manager
(785) 864-5033
213-F Summerfield

Academic Area

Information Technology

Background

MBA, University of Kansas

Jessica McKenzie
Information Systems Analyst
(785) 864-7496
206-M Summerfield

Academic Areas

Student & Academic Services

Background

B.S. in Business, Major: Computer Information Systems, Emporia State University, 2004.

Beth McSweeney
Assistant to the Associate Dean
785-864-8027
203 Summerfield

Academic Area

Dean's Office

Background

Prior to her appointment as Assistant to the Associate Dean, Beth was an announcer for the Kansas Audio-Reader Network, as well as the Tour Schedule Coordinator for the Spencer Museum of Art where she was recognized with the Marilyn J. Stokstad Award in May 2013. She is also a graduate of the University of Kansas, with a Bachelor of Arts in Art History.

In addition to her ties to the University, Beth has a background in coordinating webinars and teleconferences, having facilitated over 10,000 conference calls for Fortune 500 companies, medical marking groups, and large banking institutions, among others. Beth has built strong connections with the community since moving to Lawrence in 2003, and she enjoys volunteering for local non-profits Van Go, Inc. and EMU Theatre, as well as greeting visitors to the Spencer Museum of Art and reading novels for Audio-Reader.

Felix Meschke
Assistant Professor of Finance
(347) 433-5495
118-G Summerfield

Academic Area

Finance

Education

Ph.D. in Finance, Arizona State University
Diploma in Economics, Witten University, Germany

Joined the University of Kansas in 2010

 

Wallace W. Meyer Jr.
Director of Entrepreneurship Programs, Lecturer
(785) 864-7583
342 Summerfield

Academic Area

Entrepreneurship

Education

BS, Franklin & Marshall College, 1970
MBA, Baker University, 2005

Joined the University of Kansas in July 2005

Interests

  • Entrepreneurship
  • Experiential Learning

Current Activities

My focus is to provide a series of experiential learning opportunities which complement and leverage the students' in-class experience in those areas of the students' primary subject interest/concentration. Simultaneously, to develop students' entrepreneurial capabilities via a rigorous classroom, in-field and extra curricula experiences.

Selected Publications

"Planning the Entrepreneurial Venture", Kauffman Foundation, 2004, contributing author, with others.

"Fast Trac New Venture", Kauffman Foundation, 2005, contributing author, with others.

Sanjay Mishra
Associate Professor
(785) 864-7528
226-F Summerfield

Academic Areas

Marketing & Entrepreneurship

Education

PhD Washington State
MBA Washington State
Masters Ohio State University
Bachelors Indian Institute of Technology

Interests

  • Brands across cultures
  • New product development
  • Measurement and modeling issues in marketing and consumer behavior
  • Entrepreneurship and technology commercialization

Research

Consumer choice/context effects, website perception, cross culture, branding

Annie Montemayor
Communications Coordinator
785-864-9540
Dean's Office

Education

Bachelor of Science in Journalism, The University of Kansas

Brian Moore
Development Director
(785) 832-7462
Summerfield

Academic Areas

KU Endowment Association

Lecturer in Management, Marketing and Law, and Co-Director, CIBER
(785) 864-1565
350-D Summerfield

Academic Area

International Business

Education

BA, University of Kansas
MA, University of Kansas

Angela Murray

Academic Areas

Marketing and Educational Research

Education

BBA Marketing, University of Texas Arlington (1990)
MBA Marketing, University of Texas Arlington (1992)
MSEd Psychology and Research in Education, University of Kansas (2005)
PhD Psychology and Research in Education, Anthropology minor, University of Kansas (2008)

Joined the University of Kansas graduate faculty in 2008

Julie Murray
Assistant Director of Corporate Partnerships
201 Summerfield

Academic Area

Dean’s Office

Education

B.A., J.D., The University of Kansas

Background

Prior to joining KU, Julie spent more than a decade as a litigation attorney, representing corporations and companies throughout Missouri and Kansas. As assistant director of corporate partnerships, she is tasked to develop and maintain the school's portfolio of research for private, corporate entities. 
Kelly Watson Muther
Chief of Staff
(785) 864-3169
203 Summerfield

Academic Area

Dean's Office

 

Conrad Naegle
Ph.D. Student
785-864-7698
345-R Summerfield

Academic Area

Accounting

Noelle Nelson
Assistant Professor
(785) 864-1804
226-I Summerfield

Academic Areas

Marketing and Consumer Behavior

Education

BSB, Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota
PhD, Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota

Research Interests

Working memory, negative affect, consumer learning, multiple-modality input and information processing

Selected Works

Vohs, Kathleen D., Roy F. Baumeister, Brandon J. Schmeichel, Jean M. Twenge, Noelle M. Nelson and Dianne M. Tice (2008), “Making Choices Impairs Subsequent SelfControl: A Limited Resource Account of Decision Making, Self-Regulation, and Active Initiative,” Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 94 (5), 883 - 898.

Nelson, Noelle M., Selin A.Malkoc, and Baba Shiv, “Domain Specific Effects of Emotional versus Cognitive Regret,” working paper.

Nelson, Noelle M. and Joan Meyers-Levy, “Does the Modality in Which a Message is Communicated Matter?: How Consumers Process Alternative Types of Sensory Data in Working Memory,” working paper.

Nelson, Noelle M. and Joseph Redden, “What You Don’t Remember Can’t Bore You: Working Memory and Satiation”, working paper.

Jason O'Connor
Assistant Dean of Academic Programs, Director of Student Academic Services
(785) 864-5984
206 Summerfield

Academic Areas

Student & Academic Services

Background

Undergraduate degree in Psychology and Master of Science degree in Counseling Psychology both from KU.

Lisa L. Ottinger
Senior Lecturer, Director of Master of Accounting Program
(785) 864-7572
350-H Summerfield

Academic Areas

Accounting and Information Systems

Education

PhD, Texas A&M University
MBA, Texas A&M University
BS, Texas Tech University

Interests

  • Management Information Systems
  • Accounting Information Systems
  • Systems/Project Development
Ozan Ozdemir
Ph.D. Student
785-864-7517
313-A Summerfield

Academic Area

Decision Sciences

Education

M.S Manufacturing Management, University of Rochester, 2013
B.S. Business Administration, TOBB University of Economics and Technology, 2010

 

Edwards Campus

Academic Areas

Finance

Education

B.A., American Studies, Amherst College
MBA, Concentration in Finance, Columbia Business School

 

Thomas E. Patton
Lecturer in Decision Sciences
(785) 864-2888
332 Summerfield

Academic Areas

Decision Sciences and Supply Chain Management

Education

Tom E. Patton teaches Supply Chain Management at The University of Kansas School of Business. He earned a BS in Business and Mathematics from St. Cloud State University and a Masters of Engineering in Industrial Engineering from Iowa State University. He has over 28 years of industry experience in various Engineering, Sales and Supply Chain Management roles, predominantly in telecommunications. Mr. Patton is recognized as a Certified Purchasing Manager (C.P.M.) by the Institute of Supply Management.

Interests

  • Supplier Management
  • Contract Negotiations
  • Procurement
John Pepper
Lecturer
(785) 864-7561
Summerfield

Academic Areas

Entrepreneurship
Marketing
Organizational Behavior
Strategic Management

Education

Master of Business Administration, University of Kansas, 1968
Bachelor of Arts, Journalism/Advertising, University of Kansas, 1966

First taught at University of Kansas - May 1997

Interests

  • Small Business Management
  • Personal Selling
  • Advertising
  • Golf and Tennis
  • My Five Children
Lecturer
Edwards Campus

Academic Areas

Organizational Behavior

Education

Ph.D., Business Administration and Organizational Behavior, University of Kansas
Master of Military Art and Science in Theatre Operations, School of Advanced Military Studies
M.S., Systems Management, University of Southern California
B.S., Biology, Norwich University

 

Alee S. Phillips
Associate Director of the Master of Accounting (MAcc) program, Accounting Lecturer
(785) 864-3948
350-D Summerfield

Academic Area

Intermediate Accounting

Education

Masters Accounting and Information Systems, University of Kansas
CPA State of Kansas
Bachelors Accounting and Business Administration, University of Kansas

Current Activities

  • Union Pacific Beta Alpha Psi Faculty Advisor
  • Member of the USD #497 Finance Advisory Committee – Lawrence, KS
Jolene Phillips
Assistant Director, Business Career Services
(785) 864-4581
125 Summerfield

Academic Areas

Business Career Services Center

Background

Jolene has a bachelors in psychology with minors in sociology and child & family studies from Concordia College, Moorhead, Minnesota. She earned a masters in counseling psychology at KU. Jolene began as an undergraduate advisor with the School of Business in 1999. In 2002, she began her current position as the Assistant Director of Business Career Services.

Lecturer
(785) 864-1016
342-B Summerfield

Academic Areas

Marketing, Entrepreneurship and Law

Education

Master of Science Degree in Accounting, University of Missouri-Kansas City
Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Management, Missouri State University

Laura Poppo
Edmund P. Learned Professor in Business
(785) 864-1814
345-G Summerfield

Academic Area

Strategic Management

Education

Ph.D. Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania 1991
MA Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania 1989
BA Dartmouth College. Psychology with High Honors, Degree Cum Laude, 1984

Christine Porter
Ph.D. Student
785-864-7582
102 Summerfield

Academic Area

Accounting

Research Interests

Auditor Switches
Financial Firms

 

Assistant Professor in Marketing
785-864-7532
226-A Summerfield

Academic Areas

Marketing

Education

Ph.D. & M.S. in Management (Marketing), Johnson Graduate School of Business, Cornell University

M.S. in Advertising, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

B.A. in English Language and Literature, Ewha Womans University, Seoul, Korea

Joined the University of Kansas in 2013

Waqas Rana
Accountant
785-864-8196
213-D Summerfield

Academic Area

Financial Unit

Amber Rhoades
Administrative Associate
785-864-2265
226-W Summerfield

Academic Area

Marketing, Entrepreneurship, and Business Law

Education

MBA, Anderson University, IN
BA, MidAmerica Nazarene University, KS

Lecturer in Supply Chain Management
(407) 965-8887
Summerfield

Academic Area

Supply Chain Management

Education

B.A., Architecture and Industrial Design, California State University, Long Beach

Interests

Jim Ritchie is Current President of CHEP USA, the global leader in pallet and container equipment pooling. In his current role he leads an organization with revenues in excess of $1.1 billion and over 75 million assets under management with some of the largest corporations in America.

Prior to his current role, Mr. Ritchie was President and Chief Executive Officer of YRC Logistics, a global logistics management subsidiary of YRC Worldwide. As one of the founders of YRC Logistics Jim lead the development and expansion of the organization to ultimately gross revenues of approximately $1 billion and over 5,700 employees worldwide with operations in Latin America, Europe, Asia and North America.

Kristie Rogers
Assistant Professor

Academic Area

Organizational Behavior

Education

Ph.D., Arizona State University

MBA, University of New Mexico

B.A., University of New Mexico

Research Interests

  • Respect
  • Identity and Identification
  • Relationships at Work
  • Qualitative Research Methods

Teaching Interests

  • Organizational Behavior
  • Negotiations
Dennis L. Rosen
Professor Emeritus

Academic Areas

Marketing

Education

PhD University of Minnesota (Psychology)
Bachelors University of Minnesota (Psychology)

Interests

  • Consumer behavior
  • Services marketing/customer service
  • Marketing management
  • Directional media
Lecturer
(913) 486-8358
Edwards Campus

Academic Areas

Marketing

Education

Masters in Bus Admin (Rockhurst University) 2007
Bachelors in Mathematics (Baker University) 1981

Current Activities

  • Consumer Marketing Strategy at Sprint
  • Adjunct Professor at Kansas University Graduate Program (Marketing)
  • Business pioneer for Habit Based Marketing
Brian Russell
Lecturer
(785) 423-4234
313-E Summerfield

Academic Areas

Organizational Behavior
Strategic Management

Education

Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, University of Kansas
J.D., University of Kansas
M.B.A., University of Kansas
Master of Arts, Psychology, University of Kansas
Bachelor of Arts, Industrial Relations, Rockhurst College (now University)

Course Website(search for MGMT 305)

Current Activities

National television and radio personality and litigation/management consultant

Debbie Saiz
Academic Advisor
785 864 7441
206-S Summerfield

Academic Areas

Student & Academic Services

Background

The School of Business has been Debbie's second home since the fall of 1979. After serving in various positions within the School, she joined the Student Services staff in 1991. She has earned several awards for her service to the school. Debbie was School of Business Employee of the Year in 2000 and KU Unclassified Employee of the Month in July 2001.

Samer Sarofim
Ph.D. Student
785-864-1805
301-A Summerfield

Academic Area

Marketing

Hilary Schloemer
Ph.D. Student
785-864-1866
315-H Summerfield

Academic Area

Human Resources

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Psychology and Sociology, University of Kansas 2008

Research Interests

Effect of the employee experience (satisfaction, well-being, etc.) on the employee and firm
Human Capital
Strategic HR
Quantitative Methods

Teaching Experience

Human Resources Management

Kacy Schmidt
Development Director
(785) 832-7421
Summerfield

Academic Area

KU Endowment Association

Susan Scholz
Associate Dean of Faculty Development and Research, Professor, Harper Faculty Fellow
785-864-7554
203-B Summerfield

Academic Areas

Accounting and Information Systems

Education

Ph.D. Business Administration, University of Southern California

Dieter Schrader
Lecturer
(785) 864-3999
345-B Summerfield

Academic Areas

Economics

Education

University of Kansas

M.S. in Business-Finance
M.A. in Economics
B.S. in Economics

 

Catherine Schwoerer
Associate Professor
(785) 864-7502
350-L Summerfield

Academic Areas

Organizational Behavior

Education

PhD University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Masters University of Florida
Bachelors University of Florida

Interests

Teaching Interest :

  • Organizational Behavior
  • Human Resource Management

Research Interest :

  • Self-efficacy
  • well-being and work
  • career management
  • globalisation
Timothy L. Shaftel
Jordan Haines Teaching Professor in Business
(785) 864-7534
124-B Summerfield

Academic Areas

Accounting and Information Systems

Education

Ph.D. Carnegie Mellon University Industrial Administration 1972
MS Carnegie Mellon University Industrial Administration 1971
BS UCLA Information Systems Engineering 1968

Catherine Shenoy
Director of MBA Programs; Director of Applied Portfolio Management; Senior Lecturer
(785) 864-7519
124-C Summerfield

Academic Area

Finance

Education

Ph.D. Finance, University of Kansas
Master of Business Administration, University of Kansas
B.S., Accounting, University of Kansas

Prakash P. Shenoy
Ronald G. Harper Distinguished Professor of Artificial Intelligence
(785) 864-7551
313-B Summerfield

Academic Areas

Decision Sciences and Supply Chain Management

Education

PhD Cornell University, 1977
Masters Cornell University, 1975
Bachelors Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, India, 1973

Joined the University of Kansas in 1978

 

Matt Sherwood
Ph.D. Student
785-864-7582
102 Summerfield

Academic Area

Accounting

Areas of Interest

Determinants of consequences of auditor choice on financial reporting quality and audit fees.  How a firm’s corporate governance choices effect accounting outcomes.  The relation between restatements and auditor independence.

Bio:

Matt joined the KU Accounting PhD program, as an ADS scholar, in the fall of 2011.  Prior to enrolling at KU Matt spent 10 years working for a Big 4 accounting firm.  In his free time Matt enjoys spending time with his wife and three children, taking road trips, and playing golf.    

Surendra N. Singh
Southwestern Bell Professor in Business, Director of Marketing, Entrepreneurship and Law
(785) 864-7531
226-L Summerfield

Academic Area

Marketing

Education

PhD (Business) University of Wisconsin, Madison
Masters (Marketing) University of Wisconsin, Madison
B.S. Benaras Hindu University, India

Georgiana Spear
Assistant Director of Student & Academic Services
(785) 864-4506
206-B Summerfield

Academic Areas

Student & Academic Services

Background

BA, Social Science, California State University, Chico

Georgiana began working for the School of Business in the Fall of 2004. Her background includes 3 years of career and academic advising experience at the community college level as well as the organization and promotion of workforce development and continuing education opportunities.

Daniel G. Spencer
Associate Professor
(785) 864-7527
315-G Summerfield

Academic Area

Organizational Behavior

Education

Ph.D Organization & Management, University of Oregon, 1979
Masters Management, Oakland University, 1974
Bachelors Chemistry, Oakland University, 1972

Interests

Teaching Interests :

  • Organizational Behavior
  • Leadership and Management
  • Research Methodology
  • Philosophy of Social Science

Research Interests :

  • Tacit/Propositional Knowledge Dialectics in Management Practice
  • Ontological, Epistemological, and Methodological Foundations of Social Science in Historical, Social and Political Perspective
  • Individual/Group Critical Thinking and Creative Problem Solving
  • Leadership Philosophy and Practice

Current Activities

Advisory Board, Center for Teaching Excellence

Rajendra P. Srivastava
Ernst & Young Professor and Director, Center for Auditing Research and Advanced Technology
(785) 864-7590
313-C Summerfield

Academic Areas

Accounting and Information Systems

Education

Ph.D. Accounting, University of Oklahoma, 1982
Ph.D. Physics, Oregon State University, 1972
M.S. Physics, Oregon State University, 1971
M. Sc. Physics, Gorakhpur University, India, 1963
B. Sc. Physics and Mathematics, Gorakhpur University, 1961

Dee Steinle
Administrative Director of Masters Programs
(785) 864-7596, 913-897-8587
124-D Summerfield

Academic Areas

Masters Programs

Background

Dee has been at KU for six years, four of those with the School of Business. Before coming to KU, she had two years experience in Academic Affairs at the University of Missouri-Kansas City and more than two years of marketing and management experience in Wichita. In addition to her duties with the masters program, Dee is the instructor of Career Planning and Job Search Strategies.

(913) 220-6528 (Cell)
324 Summerfield, Edwards Campus

Academic Areas

Management and Leadership

Education

BA Ottawa University 1992

MBA University of KS 1997

PhD: Saint Louis University (in progress)

Mark Strand
Director of Facilities Management, Academic and Administrative Services
(785) 864-7574
203 Summerfield

Academic Areas

Dean's Office

Background

Mark has been with the School since 1997 and works for the Associate Dean in the Dean's Office. Prior to that, he has served KU in positions with Academic Affairs and Audio-Reader. Other career experience includes the U.S. Navy, Kansas state government where he served in the Governor's Office, an environmental consulting firm in the private sector, and a Douglas County non-profit agency. Mark earned his Masters degree in Public Administration and his Bachelors degree in Personnel Administration and Political Science at the University of Kansas. He received the Beth Bovee Staff Excellence Award in 2002.

Koleman Strumpf
Koch Professor in Business Economics
(785) 864-7485
226-P Summerfield

Academic Areas

Economics

Education

Ph.D. MIT, 1995
A.B. Stanford University, 1990
B.S. Stanford University, 1990

Joined the University of Kansas in 2006.

Interests

Professor Strumpf's research interests are in applied microeconomics. His current work focuses on file sharing (the economic impact on the entertainment industries), prediction markets (election futures, corporate applications), and industrial organization (formal evidence of first degree price discrimination in the real world). He has also written papers on state and local economics (mainly on decentralization and the Tiebout model), public economics, health economics, and political economics.

His work has been featured in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, Financial Times, Science, Economist, Business Week, Rolling Stone, and Variety. He has appeared on ABC News, Nightline, CNN, CNBC, C-Span, NPR, and Bloomberg Radio

Current Activities

Associate Editor, The Journal of Prediction Markets

Selected Publications

Oberholzer-Gee, Felix, and Koleman Strumpf, 2009. File-Sharing and Copyright. NBER's Innovation Policy and the Economy series, volume 10. ed. Joushua Lerner and Scott Stern. MIT Press.

Strumpf, Koleman. Introduction to Special Issue on Corporate Applications of Prediction Markets. Journal of Prediction Markets. 2009. 3(1): i:vii.
Professor Strumpf served as special editor of this issue, which was based on the Conference on Corporate Applications of Prediction/Information Markets (1 November 2007) that he organized.

Oberholzer-Gee, Felix, and Koleman Strumpf, 2007. The effect of file sharing on record sales: an empirical analysis. Journal of Political Economy 115, No. 1, p. 1-42.

Rhode, Paul, and Koleman Strumpf, 2004. Historical presidential betting markets. Journal of Economic Perspectives 18, No. 2, p. 127-142.

Rhode, Paul, and Koleman Strumpf, 2003. Assessing the Importance of Tiebout Sorting: Local Heterogeneity from 1850 to 1990. American Economic Review 93, p. 1648-1677.

Oberholzer-Gee, Felix, and Koleman Strumpf, 2002. Endogenous Policy Decentralization: Testing the Central Tenet of Economic Federalism. Journal of Political Economy 110, p. 1-36.

Strumpf, Koleman, 2002. Does Government Decentralization Increase Policy Innovation. Journal of Public Economic Theory 4, p. 207-241.

Janice Super
Ph.D. Student
785-864-7508
104 Summerfield

Academic Areas

Human Resources

Education

MAIS, University of Kansas
B.S., Information Systems ; Pittsburg State University

Research Interests

Compensation, Strategic Human Resource Management

John Sweeney
Director of Accounting & Information Systems, Professor
(785) 864-7507
350-G Summerfield

Academic Area

Accounting

Education

Ph.D. in Business Administration, Accounting concentration. University of Missouri, 1992
M.B.A, Accounting concentration, Southern Illinois University – Carbondale, 1979
B.S. in Accounting, Quincy University, 1977

Research Interests

My research interests include auditor judgment, organizational behavior, and ethical issues related to the practice of accounting.

Current Activities

Serving in the editorial boards of Behavioral Research in Accounting and Issues in Accounting Education

Recent Publications

Siefert, D,. J. Sweeney, J. Joirman, and J. Thornton. 2010. “Increasing the Likelihood of Whistleblowing: The Influence of Organizational Justice,” Accounting, Organizations & Society.

Sweeney, J., C. Bame-Aldred, and S. Thornburg. 2010. “Pricing in the Accountant Labor Market.” Journal of Finance and Accountancy.

Basoglu, A., M. Fuller, and J. Sweeney. 2009. “Technology Mediated Interruptions: The Effects of Task and Interruption Characteristics on Financial Performance.” International Journal of Accounting & Information Systems.

Sweeney, J. and J. Quirin. 2009. “Accountants as Survivors of Layoffs: A Research Note,” Accounting, Organizations & Society.

Bame-Aldred, C., J. Sweeney, & D. Seifert. 2007. “An Examination of the Effectiveness of Sarbanes-Oxley Whistle-Blower Protection.” Journal of Forensic Accounting

Bobeck, D., R. Roberts, & J. Sweeney. 2007. “The Social Norms of Tax Compliance: Evidence from Australia, Singapore, and the United States.” Journal of Business Ethics

Amy Thomas
Director of Events
(785) 864-7369
203-A Summerfield

Academic Area

Dean’s Office

Background

Amy joined the School of Business as events coordinator in September 2012. She is responsible for special events, alumni gatherings, lectures, donor and board of advisors meetings, and graduation ceremonies, among many other events.

As a fourth-generation Jayhawk, Amy has deep roots to the University of Kansas, and earned a Bachelor of Science in Education from KU in 1996. She has many years of experience in event planning and higher education, including stints at Circle S Ranch and Country Inn, University of Saint Mary and Sprint-Nextel Corp.

Her grandfather, Ernst Ulmer, is well-known for his paintings of KU landscapes and historical events in Kansas.

Shu Tosaka
Academic Advisor
(785) 864-7510
Summerfield

Academic Areas

Student & Academic Services

Background

I was born in Tokyo, Japan, and raised in Ottumwa, Iowa. I moved to the United States at age of 14 and lived in Iowa for most of my life.

  • Area Coordinator, University of Dayton
  • Iowa State Memorial Union Program Advisor, Iowa State University
  • Master of Education, Higher Education, Iowa State University
  • Bachelor of Science, Hotel, Restaurant, and Institution Management, Iowa State University

Interest and Hobbies

My hobbies and interests consist of sports. I play basketball at Robinson and Recreational Facility in daily basis against KU students and staff/faculty. I also play basketball and softball for Lawrence Recreational Services. I love to attend KU basketball as well as Iowa State sports games. I also love to try different restaurants in Lawrence and other places.

Areas of Expertise

Event Planning, International Education/Relations, Advising

Bintou Traore
Administrative Assistant
785-864-5308
312 Summerfield

Academic Area

Management and Leadership

Charlotte R. Tritch
Associate Director of Entrepreneurship Programs, Lecturer
(785) 864-7563
342 Summerfield

Academic Areas

Entrepreneurship

Education

BA, Indiana University, 1996
MBA, University of Chicago, 2002

Joined the University of Kansas in June 2011

Information Specialist I
(785) 864-7586
213 Summerfield

Academic Areas

Information Technology

Joe Walden
Lecturer
(785) 864-1804
118-I Summerfield

Academic Areas

Decision Sciences and Supply Chain Management

Education

Motorola University: Six Sigma
B.S., Rural Sociology, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC
MBA - Logistics, Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne, FL
M.S.- Systems Management, Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne, FL
MA - Operational Planning, US Army Command and General Staff College, Fort Leavenworth, KS
MS – Engineering Management, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS

Selected Publications

"Achieving World Class Supply Chains Through Leadership," Logistics Forum Proceedings, 2004

"Sun Tzu and the Art of Supply Chain Management," Supply and Demand Chain Executive Magazine, Oct/Nov 2003

"Ancient Chinese Wisdom Still Applies," Cargo News Asia, March 6, 2006

"Reverse Logistics - Problem or Irritant?" World Supply Chain Summit White Paper, 2005

"Six Sigma Leadership," White Paper for The Logistics Forum, 2006

"From the Platform to the Desert - Lessons from Powerlifting used for Operation Iraqi Freedom," Powerlifting USA, 2005

"Supply Chain Security," APICS e-News, 2006

"Back to Basics - Leadership and Operational Success," Proceedings for the South Africa Logistics Conference, 2007

"Sun Tzu and Leadership - Human Resources Lessons from The Art of War," Proceedings for the International Human Resources Forum, 2007

Velocity Management in Business and Distribution - Lessons from the Military to Secure the Speed of Business, July 2005 by CRC Press/Auerbach Publications, New York, NY

Modeling Supply Chain Leadership, CRC Press/Auerbach Publications, New York

Lead author. Supply Chain and Logistics, Operations Management Body of Knowledge, APICS, 2008.

Karla Wallace
Information Specialist I
(785) 864-7538
213 Summerfield

Academic Areas

Information Technology Services

Ph.D. Student
785-864-1866
315-H Summerfield

Academic Area

Human Resources

David Wangrow
Ph.D. Student
785-864-7594
315-B Summerfield

Academic Area

Strategic Managment

Education

M.B.A. - University of Chicago (2000)
Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering - Valparaiso University (1984)

Research Interests

Managerial Discretion, Executive Decision Making/Corporate Strategy, Competitive Strategy, International Strategy, Human Capital

Refereed Pedagogical Publications

D. Tougaw and D. Wangrow, "Professional Partners as Adjunct Instructors in Emerging Technology Fields," Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education National Conference (2004).

Teaching Experience

MGMT498 - Business Policy and Strategies (two semesters)
Senior level course in Wireless Networks (one semester at Valparaiso University)

Previous Experience

1984-2011 Motorola (Illinois and Swindon, England).
Most recent roles: Vice President and Senior Director, iDEN International; Vice President and Senior Director, Clearwire business; Senior Director, GSM Product Management.

Academic Areas

Strategic Management

Ph.D. Candidate

Academic Area

Human Resource Management

Cheryl Webb
Recruiting Coordinator
(785) 864-8045
125 Summerfield Hall

Academic Areas

Business Career Services Center

Background

Most of my college credit comes from being a student at KU, however I graduated from Emporia State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Rehabilitation in Educational Services. I worked in the non-profit field as a Career Consultant from 2000 to 2006 and focused much of my time in the area of employment and training. I joined the Business Career Services Center in 2006 and I am responsible for coordinating the School of Business Career Fair, on-campus recruiting, employment statistics, Jayhawks on the Job, alumni networking, and assist with other programs offered by the Business Career Services Center.

Kelly D. Welch
School of Business Teaching Fellow, Lecturer
785-864-7614
226E Summerfield

Academic Area

Finance

Education

BS in Economics, Kansas State University, 1987
BS in Agricultural Economics, Kansas State University, 1987
Honours BA in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics, University of Oxford, 1989
PhD in Finance and Economics, University of Chicago, 1999

Interests

  • Investment Allocation Strategy
  • Investment Analysis
  • Business Valuation
  • Derivatives and Risk Management
Ali Wellinghoff
Administrative Assistant
785-864-5591
125 Summerfield

Academic Area

Business Career Services Center

Lori Whisenant
Lecturer
(785) 864-7357
315-A Summerfield

Academic Areas

Accounting

Education

Master of Laws in Taxation, Georgetown University
Juris Doctor, University of Oklahoma
Master of Accountancy, University of Oklahoma
Bachelor of Arts, Psychology, The University of Texas at Tyler

Scott Whisenant
Associate Professor, Fred Ball Fellow
(785) 864-7577
350-K Summerfield

Academic Area

Accounting

Education

Doctor of Philosophy, The University of Oklahoma 
Master of Accountancy, The University of Oklahoma 
Master of Business Administration, The University of Texas - Tyler 
Bachelor of Business Administration, Texas A&M University - Commerce 

Douglas Whitman
Professor
(785) 864-7568
350-E Summerfield

Academic Areas

Business Law

Education

MBA University of Kansas
J.D. University of Missouri
LL.M. University of Missouri - Kansas City
B.A. Knox College

Interests

  • Introduction to law
  • Negotiation
  • Dispute Resolution

Current Activities

The primary focus of my activities at the present time is the area of negotiation and dispute resolution. I also have written a number of textbooks and am currently working on a law textbook.

Zac Wiebe
Ph.D. Student
785-864-4276
105 Summerfield

Academic Area

Accounting

Education

Master of Accounting, University of Kansas

Bachelor of Commerce in Finance/Accounting, University of Saskatchewan

Research Interests

Taxation
Corporate Finance

Modupe (Jide) Wintoki
Associate Professor of Finance
(785) 864-7515
Summerfield

Academic Area

Finance

Education

Ph.D. in Finance, Terry College of Business, University of Georgia
B.S., University of Lagos

Joined the University of Kansas in 2008

Interests

  • Corporate Governance
  • International Finance
Roger Woody
Executive Lecturer and Director SCM External Development
(785) 864-7579
118-I Summerfield

Academic Area

Supply Chain Management

Education

Keller Graduate School of Management - Masters in Business Administration

Baylor University - Bachelor of Arts - Sociology

 

Diana (Yan) Wu
Associate Professor
(785) 864-7580
313-D Summerfield

Academic Areas

Decision Sciences and Supply Chain Management

Education

Ph.D. in Business Administration with concentration on Supply Chain Management, Penn State University, 2006
M.B.A., Penn State University, 2004.
B.E. in Management Information Systems, University of International Business and Economics, Beijing, China, 2001.

Joined the University of Kansas in 2006

Ph.D. Student
785-864-1867
118-A Summerfield

Academic Area

Finance

Bingqing Yin
Ph.D. Student
785-864-7494
118-H Summerfield

Academic Area

Marketing

Han Yu
Ph.D. Student
785-864-7698
301-F Summerfield Hall

Academic Areas

Finance

Education

MA University of Missouri-Columbia
BA Renmin University of China

Research Interests

Corporate Finance
Investment

Denton Zeeman
Program Manager - RedTire
(785) 864-1016
342-B Summerfield

Academic Area

Entrepreneurship Program

Background / Education

BComm, Business Administration, University of Kwazulu-Natal (South Africa)

MBA, Finance and Entrepreneurship, University of Kansas   

Sania Zehra
Ph.D. Student
785-864-7494
118-H Summerfield

Academic Area

Marketing

Jane Zhao
Associate Professor
(785) 864-7557
310 Summerfield

Academic Area

Strategic Management

Education

Ph.D. University of Michigan
M.S. University of Oklahoma
B.Engr. Tsinghua University (China)

Joined the University of Kansas in May 2005

Xin Zhao
Ph.D. Student
785-864-8065
109 Summerfield

Academic Area

Accounting


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