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Teaching and Research at the Frontier: Award-Winning Faculty

We are proud of the school's intellectual capital and the long-standing contributions our faculty have made to knowledge creation and their dramatic impact on business practice.

Tepper School faculty members have been frequently recognized for their contributions to the intellectual community. These include nine Nobel laureates and numerous fellowships and honors bestowed by organizations representing every major discipline in business management.

Our professors are often among those with the highest rate of academic citations, and it's this cutting-edge research that students are exposed to in the classroom. Below is a collection of faculty awards and honors and awarded research grants from the past few years.


Pierre Jinghong Liang, Professor of Accounting

Awards and honors

  • CAPANA Conference Best Paper Award, Chinese Accounting Professors' Association of North America (July 20, 2018).

Grants

  • "Detecting Accounting Abnormalities in General Ledger Detail Reports," Carnegie Mellon University Risk and Regulatory Services Innovation Center, sponsored by PwC (Oct. 1, 2018 to Sept. 30, 2019).
  • "A Framework of Network Analysis Based on Quadruple Book-Entry Accounting System," Research Grants Council of Hong Kong (July 1, 2017 to June 30, 2019).
  • "Applying AI to Auditing," Carnegie Mellon University Risk and Regulatory Services Innovation Center, sponsored by PwC (Jan. 16, 2018 to May 31, 2018).

John R. O'Brien, Associate Professor of Accounting and Experimental Economics, Associate Dean of Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar

Grants

  • "Growth, Risk and Basel III: Implications for Islamic and Conventional Banking in the Middle East," Qatar Foundation (Jan. 1, 2015 to June 30, 2017).

Erina Ytsma, Assistant Professor of Accounting

Awards and honors

  • IOEA Accessit Best Paper Award, Institutional and Organizational Economics Academy (May 2018).
Grants
  • "The Power of Public: Recognition and Reputation as Drivers of Open Source Success," Sloan Foundation (Jan. 1, 2019 to Dec. 31, 2020).

Evelyn Pierce, Teaching Professor of Business Management Communication

Awards and honors

  • Gerald L. Thomson Excellence in Teaching Award, Tepper School of Business Undergraduate Business Administration Program (May 2018).

V. Emily Stark, Assistant Teaching Professor of Business Communication

Awards and honors

  • Gerald L. Thomson Excellence in Teaching Award, Tepper School of Business Undergraduate Business Administration Program (May 2019).

Richard O. Young, Teaching Professor of Business Management Communication

Awards and honors

  • Distinguished Publication Award, Association for Business Communication (Oct. 20, 2017).

Grants

  • "Incident Handling Expertise," Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute CERT Program (Jan. 1, 2018 to Feb. 28, 2018).
  • "Modeling the Decision-Making of Expert Incident Coordinators/Responders for Use by Non-Experts," Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute CERT Program (Jan. 1, 2017 to Dec. 31, 2017).

Yan Huang, Assistant Professor of Business Technologies, BP Junior Faculty Chair AY 2019-2020

Awards and honors

  • Finalist, The 2018 MSOM Data Driven Research Challenge, INFORMS Manufacturing & Service Operations Management Society (November 2018).
  • INFORMS eBusiness Best Paper Award (2017).

Dokyun Lee, Assistant Professor of Business Analytics

Awards and honors

  • Winner, Best Student Paper Award, Academy of Management Meeting (2018).
  • Best Student Paper in the Organizational Communication and Information Systems Division, Academy of Management (August 2018).
  • ICIS 2017 Best Track Paper in IT and Social Changes and Best Conference Paper, AIS (December 2017).
  • CIST INFORMS Best Student Paper Award with Ph.D. student Nikhil Malik, INFORMS (October 2017).

Grants

  • "Explanations, Trust, and AI," Carnegie Bosch Institute (January 2019).
  • "Focused Concept Miner (FCM): An Interpretable Deep Learning for Text Exploration," Marketing Science Institute.
  • "Photo Feature X Is Worth Y Dollars: Investigating the Economic Impact of Images in E-Commerce Via Deep Learning," Adobe Data Science Research Award (March 10, 2017).
  • NVIDIA Academic GPU grants for Deep Learning Projects (Jan. 7, 2017).
  • XSEDES Pittsburgh Super Computing Allocation for Deep Learning Projects (Jan. 1, 2017).
  • NET Institute Research Grant (July 1, 2016).

Zachary Chase Lipton, Assistant Professor of Business Technologies

Awards and honors

  • Best Short Paper Award, Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing (September 2018).

Grants

  • "The Limits (and Alternatives) to Supervised Learning in Addressing Fairness and Explainability," The Ethics and Governance of AI Initiative (October 2018).
  • "Robust Deep Learning for Summarizing Clinical Conversations," The Center for Machine Learning and Health (September 2018).
  • "Learning Multi-Resolution Representations of Customer Behavior From Click-Stream Data," Adobe Digital Experience Research Award (March 2018).

Param Vir Singh, Carnegie Bosch Associate Professor of Business Technologies and Marketing

Awards and honors

  • Adobe Data Science Research Award (2017).
  • Finalist, Best IS Paper Published in Management Science, INFORMS Management Science (2017).
  • Best Student Paper Award, INFORMS Conference on Information Systems and Technology (October 2017).
  • Service Award, Information Systems Research (October 2017).
  • Carnegie Bosch Chair, Tepper School of Business (August 2016).

Grants

  • "Photo Feature X Is Worth Y Dollars: Investigating the Economic Impact of Images in E-Commerce Via Deep Learning," Adobe Data Science Research Award (March 10, 2017).
  • "When Does Beauty Pay? A Large-Scale Image-Based Appearance Analysis on Career Transitions," Carnegie Bosch Institute (October 2017).

Laurence Ales, Associate Professor of Economics

Awards and honors

  • George Leland Bach MBA Teaching Award, Tepper School of Business (May 2018).
  • Top 40 Undergraduate Business Professors, Poets & Quants for Undergrads (Sept. 17, 2017).
  • William H. and Frances S. Ryan Award for Meritorious Teaching, Carnegie Mellon University (March 2017).

Grants

  • "Emerging Manufacturing Technologies and the Demand for Skills," Russell Sage Foundation (March 1, 2019 to March 1, 2021), and Manufacturing Futures Initiative, Carnegie Mellon University (July 1, 2018 to July 1, 2019).
  • "Technology Change in Manufacturing and Labor Outcomes," NBER Innovation Policy (May 1, 2018 to June 1, 2019).
  • "Emerging Technologies, Labor Outcomes, and Policy Responses," Manufacturing Futures Initiative, Carnegie Mellon University (May 2017 to May 2018).

James Best, Assistant Professor of Economics

Awards and honors

  • The Economic Journal Certificate of Exceptional Contribution in Reviewing During 2018, Royal Economic Society (Jan. 21, 2019).

Grants

  • "Social Learning and Norms of Cooperation," John Fell Fund (2017).
  • "Credibility and Persuasion in the Long Run,"John Fell Fund (Dec. 13, 2017).

Dennis Epple, Thomas Lord University Professor of Economics

Grants

  • "Assessing Student Abilities and Enhancing Value Added in Higher Education for Disadvantaged Students: Evidence from the U.S. Military Academy in West Point," National Science Foundation (August 2017 to July 2020).
  • "Modelling the U.S. Market for Higher Education and Evaluating Public Funding Policies: Theory and Estimation," National Science Foundation (March 1, 2014 to Feb. 28, 2017).

Selman Erol, Assistant Professor of Economics

Awards and honors

  • Hakan Orbay Young Researcher Award, Sabanci SOM (2018).

Grants

  • PNC Presidential Fellowship (February to May 2019).
  • "Financial Network Reactions to Regulations and Interventions," National Science Foundation.
  • "Liquidity Provision to the Shadow Banking System Through Interbank Networks: Evidence From the Federal Reserve Act," Berkman Development Grant (January 2018).

John Gasper, Associate Teaching Professor of Economics, Assistant Dean of Strategic Initiatives

Awards and honors

  • Meritorious Teaching Award, Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar (May 1, 2017).

Marvin Goodfriend, The Friends of Allan H. Meltzer Professor of Economics

Grants

  • "Carnegie Rochester NYU Conference on Public Policy," National Science Foundation (September 2017 to August 2020).

Karam Kang, Associate Professor of Economics

Awards and honors

  • Young Scholar Award, Korea-America Economic Association (Jan. 6, 2018).
  • Richard M. Cyert Excellence in Teaching Award, Tepper School of Business Undergraduate Economics Program (May 2017).

Alexey Kushnir, Assistant Professor of Economics

Awards and honors

  • Richard M. Cyert Excellence in Teaching Award, Tepper School of Business Undergraduate Economics Program (Feb. 1, 2018).

Robert A. Miller, Richard M. Cyert and Morris DeGroot Professor of Economics and Statistics, Professor of Economics and Strategy

Awards and honors

  • Fellow, International Association for Applied Econometrics (2018).
  • Fellow, Econometric Society (2017).

Nicholas Z. Muller, Associate Professor of Economics, Engineering, and Public Policy; Lester and Judith Lave Development Chair in Economics, Engineering, and Public Policy

Awards and honors

  • Lester and Judith Lave Development Chair in Economics, Engineering, and Public Policy, Tepper School of Business (2018).
Grants
  • "An Index for Economy and the Environment," The Heinz Endowments (2018).
  • "Effects of On-Demand Ridesourcing on U.S. Vehicle Ownership, Travel Patterns, and Energy Use Externalities," Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, U.S. Department of Energy (2018).
  • "Environmental Benefits From Transportation Electrification," Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, U.S. Department of Energy (2018).

Anh Nguyen, Assistant Professor of Economics

Awards and honors

  • Becker Friedman Institute Health Economics Fellow (2017).
  • GSAS Dissertation Fellowship (2017).

Maryam Saeedi, Assistant Professor of Economics

Awards and honors

  • Best Paper Award, Workshop on Information Systems and Economics (December 2017).
  • Wimmer Faculty Fellow, Carnegie Mellon University (April 2017).

Grants

  • "Designing the Digital Economy," Wimmer Faculty Fellows (June 2017).
  • "Impact of Increasing Hospital Price Transparency: Collusion, Search, and Equilibrium Price," Berkman Faculty Development Fund (June 2017).

Ariel Zetlin-Jones, Associate Professor of Economics

Grants

  • "Currency Stability Using Blockchain Technology," PNC Center for Financial Services Innovation (Aug. 10, 2018 to Aug. 31, 2019).
  • "PNC Research Assistantships — Settlement and Blockchain Equilibria," PNC Center for Financial Services Innovation (January 2019 to May 2019).

Craig Markovitz, Assistant Teaching Professor of Entrepreneurship

Awards and honors

  • Entrepreneur, Carnegie Science Awards (2016).
  • Outstanding Entrepreneur, Pittsburgh Venture Capital Association (2016).

David Mawhinney, Associate Teaching Professor of Entrepreneurship, Executive Director of the Swartz Center for Entrepreneurship

Grants

  • "I-Corps Site at Carnegie Mellon University: A Model Promoting University Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and Regional Growth," NSF Program Solicitation (July 1, 2014 to June 30, 2019).

John Hooker, T. Jerome Holleran Professor of Business Ethics and Social Responsibility, Professor of Operations Research

Awards and honors

  • Khachiyan Prize for Lifetime Achievements in Optimization, INFORMS Optimization Society (2018).
  • Program Chair, Constraint Programming Conference, Association for Constraint Programming (2018).
  • Gerald Thompson Excellence in the Classroom Award, Tepper School of Business (2016).

Tae Wan Kim, Associate Professor of Business Ethics

Awards and honors

  • Star Reviewers, Journal of Business Ethics (December 2017).
  • The Best Article published in Business Ethics Quarterly for 2016 (Society for Business Ethics, May 2017).
Grants
  • "Explanations, Trust, and AI," Carnegie Bosch Institute (January 2019).

James F. Albertus, Assistant Professor of Finance

Awards and honors

  • Bridges allocation, Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center (2018).

Grants

  • Data grant from PNC Center for Financial Services Innovation (2018).

Matthew Denes, Assistant Professor of Finance

Grants

  • "Hampering Creative Destruction: The Effect of Industry Concentration on Entrepreneurship," Kauffman Foundation (October 2018).
  • "Judging Your Portfolio: The Role of Financial Assets in Judges' Decisions," Berkman Faculty Development Fund (Jan. 5, 2018 to Dec. 31, 2018).

Brent Glover, Associate Professor of Finance

Awards and honors

  • Jensen Prize for Best Paper in Corporate Finance and Organization in the Journal of Financial Economics (June 2018).
  • Richard C. Green Junior Faculty Development Chair, Tepper School of Business (July 2017).

Deeksha Gupta, Assistant Professor of Finance

Awards and honors

  • Best Job Market Paper, Finance Theory Group (2018).
  • Ph.D. Candidate Award for Outstanding Research, Cubist Strategies (2018).
  • Best Finance Ph.D. Paper Award, Wells Fargo Advisors Center for Finance and Accounting Research (2017).
Grants
  • Rodney L. White Center for Financial Research Grant, University of Pennsylvania (2017).

Lars-Alexander Kuehn, Associate Professor of Finance

Grants

  • "PD Modeling of Middle Market Firms With Macroeconomic and Industry Covariates" (September 2016 to August 2017).

Bryan Routledge, Associate Professor of Finance

Awards and honors

  • Best Discussant, ASU Sonoran Winter Finance Conference (Feb. 25, 2017).
Grants
  • "Currency Stability Using Blockchain Technology," PNC Center for Financial Services Innovation (Aug. 10, 2018 to Aug. 31, 2019).
  • "PNC Research Assistantships — Settlement and Blockchain Equilibria," PNC Center for Financial Services Innovation (January 2019 to May 2019).

Chester S. Spatt, Pamela R. and Kenneth B. Dunn Professor of Finance

Grants

  • "Asset Allocation, Annuitization and Retirement Investing," Teachers Insurance Annuity Association, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania (2015-2016).
  • "Credit Ratings and Credit Rating Agencies: Developing a Research Network on Markets for Financial Information," Sloan Foundation (Aug. 1, 2011 to Aug. 1, 2016).

Jay Apt, Professor and Co-Director of Carnegie Mellon Electricity Industry Center

Awards and honors

  • Outstanding Reviewer Award, Environmental Research Letters, IOP Publishing (December 2016).

Grants

  • Corporate Support of Carnegie Mellon Electricity Industry Center, Electric Power Research Institute (Sept. 1, 2017 to Aug. 31, 2020), Ameren Services Company (Nov. 2, 2018 to Nov. 1, 2019), National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (Oct. 9, 2018 to Oct. 8, 2019), Duquesne Light Company (July 25, 2018 to July 24, 2019), ABB (July 10, 2018 to July 9, 2019), North American Electric Reliability Corporation (July 2, 2018 to July 1, 2019), Environmental Defense Fund (March 21, 2018 to March 20, 2019), American Electric Power (Jan. 9, 2018 to Jan. 8, 2019), FirstEnergy (Jan. 3, 2018 to Jan. 2, 2019).
  • "Solar Energy Research Institute for India and the United States," Colorado School of Mines (July 23, 2013 to July 22, 2018).
  • "Sustainability Research Networks Competition," National Science Foundation (Oct. 1, 2012 to Sept. 30, 2017).

Peter Boatwright, Allan D. Shocker Professor of Marketing and New Product Development, Director of the Integrated Innovation Institute

Awards and honors

  • Allan D. Shocker Professor of Marketing and New Product Development (2016).

Grants

  • "Educational Grant for IPD class," Emirates Airlines, Highmark Health, Opus Mach, Philips, Truck Lite, Volvo Construction (2019); Emirates Airlines, MSA, RB, Truck Lite, Welspun (2018); Huntingdon Bank, Opus Mach, Parker Hannifin, PPG, Wabtec (2017).

Jeff Galak, Associate Professor of Marketing

Awards and honors

  • Top 40 Business Professors under 40, Poets & Quants (April 24, 2018).
  • Society for Consumer Psychology Early Career Contribution Award (February 2018).
  • Association for Consumer Research Early Career Award (Oct. 28, 2017).
Grants
  • "Shapes of Hedonic Decline," Carnegie Mellon University IDEA Center (November 2018 to June 2019).

Hui Li, Assistant Professor of Marketing, Carnegie Bosch Junior Faculty Chair

Awards and honors

  • Lave-Weil Prize, Tepper School of Business (May 3, 2017).

Tong (Joy) Lu, Assistant Professor of Marketing

Grants

  • "Explanations, Trust, and AI," Carnegie Bosch Institute (January 2019).

Alan Montgomery, Professor of Marketing

Grants

  • "Interpretable Dynamic Programming Policies Informed by Managerial Insights With Application to Sequential Marketing Decision-Making," PNC Center for Financial Services Innovation (2018).
  • "Fusing Offline and Online Consumer Activity," Adobe Marketing Research Grant (2016).

Christopher Y. Olivola, Associate Professor of Marketing

Grants

  • “Decision Making Styles and Consumer Financial Well-Being,” PNC Center for Financial Services Grant (2016).
  • “The Role of Timescale in Sequential Decision Making,” Berkman Faculty Development Grant (2016).

Mustafa Akan, Associate Professor of Operations Management

Grants

  • "CAREER: Design of Two-Sided Markets in Dynamic and Uncertain Environments: Theoretical and Operational Issues," National Science Foundation (Jan. 1, 2014 to Dec. 31, 2018).
  • "Priority Pricing for Profit Maximization Given Strategic, Delay-Sensitive Customers With a Continuum of Types," National Science Foundation (Sept. 1, 2013 to Aug. 31, 2016).

Soo-Haeng Cho, Associate Professor of Operations Management

Awards and honors

  • Meritorious Service Award from Manufacturing & Service Operations Management, INFORMS (December 2014).
  • The William Pierskalla Best Paper Award, INFORMS Health Applications Society (November 2014).

Sunder Kekre, Vasantrao Dempo Professor, Professor of Operations Management

Awards and honors

  • Vasantrao Shrinivas Dempo Reflective Chair (November 2016).

Grants

  • "Applying AI to Auditing," Carnegie Mellon University Risk and Regulatory Services Innovation Center, sponsored by PwC (Jan. 16, 2018 to May 31, 2018).

Alan Scheller-Wolf, Richard M. Cyert Professor of Operations Management, Senior Associate Dean of Faculty and Research

Awards and honors

  • Finalist, TIMES Best Working Paper Award, INFORMS (October 2019).
  • Runner-up, POMS College of Sustainable Operations Best Student Paper Award with Siddharth Singh (2018).
  • Richard M. Cyert Professor of Operations Management (2016).

Nicola Secomandi, Professor of Operations Management, Head of the Ph.D. Program

Awards and honors

  • Outstanding Reviewer, European Journal of Operational Research (October 2017).
  • Recognized Reviewer, Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control (September 2017).

Grants

  • "Merchant Operations of Energy and Commodity Conversion Assets Considering Market Incompleteness," National Science Foundation (September 2018 to August 2021).
  • "Pathwise Optimization for Large Scale Energy Merchant Operations Models," Carnegie Mellon University Scott Institute for Energy Innovation ProSEED/EQT Energy Seed Grant (Feb. 20, 2017 to June 30, 2018).

Sridhar R. Tayur, Ford Distinguished Research Chair, University Professor of Operations Management

Awards and honors

  • Distinguished Alumnus Award, IIT Madras (2018).
  • Distinguished Fellow, MSOM Society (2017).
  • Member, National Academy of Engineering (2017).
  • Plenary, DSI (2017).

Gérard P. Cornuéjols, IBM University Professor of Operations Research

Awards and honors

  • Member, National Academy of Engineering (October 2016).

Grants

  • "Combinatorial Optimization: Algorithms and Applications," Office of Naval Research (March 1, 2018 to Feb. 28, 2021).
  • "Mixed Integer and Combinatorial Optimization: New Cut Generation Paradigms," National Science Foundation (June 1, 2016 to May 31, 2019).

John Hooker, T. Jerome Holleran Professor of Business Ethics and Social Responsibility, Professor of Operations Research

Awards and honors

  • Khachiyan Prize for Lifetime Achievements in Optimization, INFORMS Optimization Society (2018).
  • Program Chair, Constraint Programming Conference, Association for Constraint Programming (2018).
  • Gerald Thompson Excellence in the Classroom Award, Tepper School of Business (2016).

Fatma Kılınç-Karzan, Associate Professor of Operations Research

Awards and honors

  • Honorable Mention, INFORMS Optimization Society Best Student Paper Prize (November 2018).
  • INFORMS 2018 Student Chapter Annual Award, Magna Cum Laude (November 2018).
  • Runner-up, INFORMS Computing Society Best Student Paper Prize (October 2017).

Grants

  • “Fundamentals of Low-Complexity Relaxations for Nonconvex Optimization Problems with Conic Structure," National Science Foundation (February 2015 to February 2020).
  • Participant Support for 2017 Mixed Integer Programming Workshop, Office of Naval Research, National Science Foundation (May to December 2017).

Andrew Li, Assistant Professor of Operations Research

Awards and honors

  • Best Student Paper Award, MIT Operations Research Center (2017).
  • Finalist, INFORMS Applied Probability Society Student Paper Prize (2017).
  • First Place, Nicholson Student Paper Competition (2017).

Benjamin Moseley, Assistant Professor of Operations Research, Carnegie Bosch Junior Faculty Chair

Awards and honors

  • NeurIPS Spotlight Presentation 2018 (top 3.5% of submissions), Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems Conference (December 2018).
  • National Science Foundation CAREER Award 2018.
  • Infor Faculty Award 2018 (November 2018).
  • Carnegie Bosch Junior Faculty Chair (September 2018).
  • NIPS Oral Presentation 2017, Neural Information Processing Systems Committee.
  • Simons-Berkeley Fellow, Simon’s Institute (2016).

Grants

  • "CAREER: Pushing the Theoretical Limits of Scalable Distributed Algorithms," National Science Foundation (July 1, 2019).
  • "NSF: AITF: Applied Algorithmic Foundation for Scheduling Multiprogrammed Parallelizable Workloads," National Science Foundation (August 2017 to July 2021).
  • "NSF: SPX: Collaborative Research: Harnessing the Power of High-Bandwidth Memory Via Provably Efficient Parallel Algorithms," National Science Foundation (August 2017 to July 2021).
  • "NSF: AF Small: Collaborative Research: Algorithmic and Computational Frontiers of MapReduce for Big Data Analysis," National Science Foundation (July 2016 to June 2019).

Javier Peña, Bajaj Family Chair in Operations Research

Grants

  • "Geometry of Convex Optimization," National Science Foundation (July 1, 2015 to June 30, 2018).

R. Ravi, Andris A. Zoltners Professor of Business, Professor of Operations Research and Computer Science

Awards and honors

  • Fellow, INFORMS (2017).

Grants

  • "Integrality Gaps for Hard Network Optimization Problems," Office of Naval Research (Feb. 1, 2018 to Jan. 31, 2021).
  • "EAGR: Preliminary Algorithmic Foundations for Ranking Quizzes and Students From Student-Sourced Quizzes," National Science Foundation (September 2016 to August 2018).
  • "AF:SMALL: Approximation Algorithms Matching Integrality Gaps for Network Design," National Science Foundation (Sept. 1, 2015 to Aug. 31, 2018).
  • "Provably Near-Optimal Distributed Online Network Optimization," Office of Naval Research (October 2012 to September 2017).

Michael Trick, Harry B. and James H. Higgins Professor of Operations Research, Dean of Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar

Awards and honors

  • Franz Edelman Award for Achievement in Advanced Analytics, Operations Research, and Management Science, INFORMS (2018).
  • Test of Time Award, Association for Computing Machinery Special Interest Group on E-commerce (2016).
  • President, International Federation of Operational Research Societies (2016-2018).

Willem-Jan van Hoeve, Carnegie Bosch Associate Professor of Operations Research

Awards and honors

  • George Leland Bach MBA Teaching Award, Tepper School of Business (May 2017).
  • Google Research Award (2016).
  • Carnegie Bosch Research Chair, Carnegie Bosch Institute (September 2016).

Grants

  • "Combinatorial Optimization: Algorithms and Applications," Office of Naval Research (March 1, 2018 to Feb. 28, 2021).
  • "A Generalizable Framework for Provider Network Optimization," Highmark Health (January to December 2019).
  • "Parallel Discrete Optimization," Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (February 2016 to February 2017).

Linda Argote, David M. Kirr and Barbara A. Kirr Professor of Organizational Behavior and Theory, Director of the Center of Organizational Learning, Innovation, and Knowledge

Awards and honors

  • Joseph E. McGrath Award for Lifetime Achievement in the Study of Groups, INGRoup (2018).
  • One of the most influential papers published in the first 50 years of the Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes Journal (2016).

Grants

  • "Educational Strategies To Promote Post-Extubation Non-Invasive Ventilation in Patients With Acute Respiratory Failure," National Institutes of Health (2018-2020).
  • "Social Networks, Transactive Memory, and Team Performance: An Experimental Investigation," National Science Foundation; Decision, Risk, and Management Sciences; and Science of Organization Science Programs (2015-2018).
  • "Tasks and Transitions: An Investigation of Transactive Memory Systems in Teams Performing Multi-Task Activities," Army Research Office (2015-2018).
  • "Personnel Movement Knowledge Transfer and Innovation," National Science Foundation (2014-2016).

Brandy L. Aven, Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior and Theory

Grants

  • "Social Networks, Transactive Memory, and Team Performance: An Experimental Investigation," National Science Foundation; Decision, Risk, and Management Sciences; and Science of Organization Science Programs (2015-2018).
  • "Identifying Morally Exceptional Future Business Leaders and Examining the Possibility of Moral Transmission," Wake Forest University and The Templeton Religion Trust (Aug. 15, 2016 to Aug. 14, 2018).

Rosalind Chow, Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior and Theory

Grants

  • "Improving Collective Intelligence: Investigating the Effects of Online Groups, Group Size, and Gender Composition," National Science Foundation (August 2013 to August 2016).

Taya R. Cohen, Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior and Theory

Grants

  • "Identifying Morally Exceptional Future Business Leaders and Examining the Possibility of Moral Transmission," Wake Forest University and The Templeton Religion Trust (Aug. 15, 2016 to Aug. 14, 2018).

Sunkee Lee, Assistant Professor of Organizational Theory and Strategy, Xerox Junior Faculty Chair AY 2019-2020

Awards and honors

  • William H. Newman Award for Best Paper Based on a Dissertation, Academy of Management (Aug. 5, 2017).

Grants

  • "The Influence of Incentives on the Microfoundations of Individual-Level Exploration Vs. Exploitation Behaviors: Evidence From a fMRI Study," Berkman Faculty Development Fund (January 2018).

Denise Rousseau, H.J. Heinz II University Professor of Organizational Behavior and Public Policy at Heinz College and joint appointment at Tepper School of Business

Awards and honors

  • Academy of Management CAREER Award (2016).

Laurie Weingart, Richard M. and Margaret S. Cyert Professor of Organizational Behavior and Theory

Awards and honors

  • Richard M. and Margaret S. Cyert Professor of Organizational Behavior and Theory (2016).
  • Fellow, Academy of Management (August 2016).

Grants

  • "Time Allocation: Gender Differences in Propensity To Receive and Agree to Work-Related Requests," National Science Foundation (October 2013 to October 2016).

Anita Williams Woolley, Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior and Theory

Grants

  • "Tasks and Transitions: An Investigation of Transactive Memory Systems in Teams Performing Multi-Task Activities," Army Research Office (2015-2018).
  • "Cultivating Collective Intelligence in Human-Computer Systems," Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (2017).
  • PNC Center for Financial Services Innovation (July 2014 to December 2017).
  • "Improving Collective Intelligence: Investigating the Effects of Online Groups, Group Size, and Gender Composition," National Science Foundation (August 2013 to August 2016).

David Leland Lamont, Associate Teaching Professor, Director of Management Games

Awards and honors

  • Undergraduate Business Administration Teaching Award (May 2018).