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Tippie College of Business Announces Faculty Fellowships

In this era of shrinking public funding for universities, private support is becoming more and more important. The Henry B. Tippie College of Business at The University of Iowa has created an extensive network of alumni and friends of the College who have stepped up to the plate to support faculty fellowships. By providing additional support for faculty research, the College is able to attract and retain prominent faculty in various business disciplines.

With the fall 2002 semester, the Tippie College of Business is providing fellowships to the following 21 faculty members. A listing with photographs is available online.

David S. Bates - John Hawkinson Research Fellow

Bates is an associate professor of Finance and holds a PhD from Princeton University. His expertise is in derivatives, asset pricing, with particular focus on the informational content of currency and stock index option prices.

Matthew T. Billett - John Hawkinson Research Fellow

Billett is an assistant professor of Finance and holds a PhD from University of Florida. His expertise is in corporate finance and banking and financial institutions.

Warren J. Boe - Charles A Taff Research Fellow

Boe is a professor of Management Sciences and holds a PhD from Purdue University. His expertise is in operations management; management information systems; justification and use of advanced technology in manufacturing; project management; distributed database design; computer integrated manufacturing.

Terry L. Boles - Henry B. Tippie Research Fellow

Boles is an associate professor in Management and Organizations and holds a PhD from the University of California Santa Barbara. Her expertise is in behavioral decision making; negotiation; conflict resolution; organizational behavior; decision making under risk; fariness norms and resource allocation; third-party dispute resolution.

Kenneth G. Brown - Huneke Faculty Research Fellow

Brown is an assistant professor in Management and Organizations and holds a PhD from Michigan State University. His expertise is in training and development; computer technology and human performance; motivation and self-regulation; contextual and group influences on individual behavior.

Renato E. de Matta - Martin and Barbara Johnson Research Fellow

De Matta is an associate professor of Management Sciences and is director of the Management Sciences Masters and PhD Programs. He holds a PhD from the University of Pennsylvania. His expertise is in operations management; supply chain management; production scheduling systems for the process industries; flexible manufacturing systems; and integer programming.

Thomas S. Gruca - Lloyd J. and Thelma W. Palmer Fellow

Gruca is an associate professor of Marketing and is co-director of the Iowa Electronic Markets (IEM). He holds a PhD from the University of Illinois. His expertise is defensive marketing strategy; analytical models of marketing strategy; and strategic issues in health care.

Puneet Handa - Martha and Dennis Hesse Research Fellow

Handa is an associate professor of Finance and holds a PhD from The University of Iowa. His expertise is in asset pricing; and the market microstructure areas.

Raj Jagannathan - Huneke Faculty Research Fellow

Jagannathan is a professor of Management Sciences and holds a PhD from Carnegie Mellon University. His expertise is in operations management; production planning and inventory control; mathematical programming; continuous-time finance; and economic dynamics.

Amy L. Kristof-Brown - Henry B. Tippie Research Fellow

Kristof-Brown is an assistant professor of Management and Organizations and holds a PhD from the University of Maryland. Her expertise is in person-environment fit; staffing and interviewing; and impression management.

Irwin P. Levin - Ray William Shearman Research Fellow

Levin is a professor of Psychology and Marketing and holds a PhD from UCLA. His expertise is in basic processes in consumer decisions; methods for tracing decision making processes; information framing effects, and individual differences in decision making.

Harry J. Paarsch - Robert Jensen Research Fellow

Paarsch is a professor of Economics and holds a PhD from Stanford University. His expertise is applied econometrics; industrial organization and labor economics; empirical models of auctions; and numerical methods.

Morton P. K. Pincus - Lloyd J. and Thelma W. Palmer Fellow

Pincus is a professor of Accounting and is the departmental executive officer of Accounting. He holds a PhD from Washington University in St. Louis. His expertise is financial reporting; capital markets and accounting information; and accounting choice.

Thomas A. Rietz - Hershberger Faculty Research Fellow

Rietz is an associate professor of Finance and is co-director of the Iowa Electronic Markets (IEM). He holds a PhD from The University of Iowa. His expertise is monetary and financial economics; asset pricing and market design; experimental markets; applied game theory; investments; managerial finance.

Raymond G. Riezman - Lloyd J. and Thelma W. Palmer Research Fellow

Riezman is a professor of Economics and holds a PhD from the University of Minnesota. His expertise is in international trade; political economy and microeconomics.

Gary J. Russell - Henry B. Tippie Research Fellow

Russell is a professor of Marketing and holds a PhD from the University of Chicago. His expertise is in promotional strategy; brand price competitions; market structure; econometric analysis of scanner data; choice modeling; mixture models; and Bayesian inference.

Alberto M. Segre - Henry B. Tippie Research Fellow

Segre is a professor of Management Sciences and holds a PhD from the University of Illinois. His expertise is in artificial intelligence; automated reasoning; combinatorics; computational biology.

Baba Shiv - Henry B. Tippie Research Fellow

Shiv is an associate professor of Marketing and holds a PhD from Duke University. His expertise is in marketing communications; judgment and decision-making; and consumer behavior.

John L. Solow - Pioneer Hi-Bred Research Fellow

Solow is an associate professor of Economics and holds a PhD from Stanford University. His expertise is in industrial organization; anti-trust economics; and law and economics.

Greg Stewart - Henry B. Tippie Research Fellow

Stewart is an associate professor of Management and Organizations and holds a PhD from Arizona State University. His expertise is in human resource management; personality and performance; and self-directed teams.

W. Nick Street - Henry B. Tippie Research Fellow

Street is an associate professor of Management Sciences and holds a PhD from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. His expertise is in machine learning; data mining; image processing; mathematical programming; and medical applications of data mining.


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