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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. He was born in Cleveland, but moved to Chicago while he was young. He has a B.S. in Mathematics and Statistics from Miami University.

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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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Amy Ostrom: Analyzing the psychology in marketing

There was never any doubt that Amy Ostrom would one day be a Sun Devil.

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