The Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University has announced the addition of 10 new faculty members for the 2009-10 academic year.
“We are certainly proud of our faculty at the Tepper School and the contributions that their academic research continues to make for the global business and finance communities,” said Kenneth Dunn, dean of the Tepper School.
“We welcome our new faculty members who bring international experience from other academic programs and who will continue the tradition of world-class academic research here. Their teaching and perspectives will be beneficial to the academic experience of our students.”
Incoming faculty include seven tenure-track professors and two visiting professors whose key research areas include the fields of Economics, Organizational Behavior, Finance, Marketing, Accounting and Information Systems. For more information about each of these new faculty members, click here.
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