More than 85% of full-time College of Business faculty members have doctoral degrees, and most have professional work experience in the fields they teach.
Their training is from the most highly-respected institutions including the University of Wisconsin, Boston College, University of Massachusetts, University of Washington, University of New Orleans, Rutgers University, University of Illinois, Duke University, University of Colorado, and many more.
Our faculty includes frequent consultants and advisors with regional and national firms – we practice what we preach!
Jim's research interests include immigration, institutional economics, economics of conflict, and development economics.
Dr. Moreau's areas of expertise lie in arbitrage, hedging and risk management, international finance, and complete markets.
Teaching interests include investment and portfolio analysis; corporate finance; financial institutions and markets.
Dr. Liu teaches a variety of finance courses to undergraduate and MBA students. His research interests include empirical asset pricing, corporate finance, and international finance.
Teaches a variety of undergraduate and graduate courses. Specializes in personal finance, principles of finance, and financial management.
Teaches statistics for business and economics
Dr. Woodruff specializes in macro- and micro-economics and teaches intermediate and graduate economics courses.
Dr. Peng teaches a wide array of undergraduate and graduate business courses as well as being an accomplished researcher in Business Statistics, Quantitative Research, and Decision Science.
Jerz specializes in manufacturing, engineering graphics, introduction to computer science and intermediate algebra.
Dr. Bereskin's primary teaching area has been the advanced theory classes in the economics department and the economics and finance courses in the MBA program.
Specializes in macroeconomics, financial economics, and environmental economics.