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Hank Bessembinder: Pursuing unexpected passions

Hank Bessembinder didn't have the slightest inkling he would spend his career as a professor...

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Scott Webster: Embracing challenges

Scott Webster is the Bob Herberger Arizona Heritage Chair in Supply Chain Management at the W. P. Carey School of Business.

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Trevis Certo: Rethinking research

“My dad is a professor. My sister is a professor.

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Adegoke Oke: Inspired by innovation

“In high school, a professor from a local university came to speak about his career in engineering.

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Mark Manfredo: A passion for collaboration

“You should always be concerned about people with a lot of titles,” says Mark Manfredo, with a laugh.

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Kirk Kristofferson: Geeking out on marketing

When Assistant Professor Kirk Kristofferson is lecturing in class, sometimes you can detect a faint Canadian accent when he gets...

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Renee Hughner

Associate Professor Renee Hughner didn’t know she has a passion for food marketing until she started teaching.

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Mohan Gopalakrishnan: Always finding opportunities to learn

“I tell my student to just call me Dr. G,” says Associate Professor Mohan Gopalakrishnan.

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Gustavo Ventura: Developing a thriving economics program

Gustavo Ventura joined the faculty of the W. P. Carey School of Business as a professor in 2011 and currently serves as the cha

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Michael Goul: Lifelong learner and researcher

“As a student, I looked around at where I thought there would be long-term growth, and where I could have a long career, and I...

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Joseph Van Orden: Developing ethical students

“I find it professionally fulfilling to help students get on the right track, says Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs Joseph Van...

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Kevin Corley: A different kind of research

The psychology of why people do what they do has fascinated Kevin Corley since he was an undergraduate student at Miami University...

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Phil Drake: Using accounting to connect the dots

If you listen closely, you can hear a faint whisper of Phil Drake’s Alabama accent when he’s reminiscing with a group of friends.

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