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Faculty and Staff

Our faculty are dedicated teacher-scholars who bring both expertise and experience to the business classroom. All are recognized as experts in their fields, conducting innovative research into theory and practice that continually transforms the way business is understood. Many are distinguished for their professional careers, sharing direct insights into how products are developed, assets are invested, people are managed, and companies are guided to greater responsibility and prosperity.

But the primary focus of our business faculty is always students. Each is committed to guiding the next generation of business leaders toward the attitudes and aptitudes needed to succeed in today’s competitive, global business environment.

Faculty Highlights

Finance Faculty Weigh In on Auto Insurance Data

Recently, MoneyGeek.com sought expertise from two School of Business faculty members. Yutong Xie, assistant professor of finance, weighed in on finding the best auto insurance and how to find the most affordable auto insurance. Susan Hume, associate professor of finance, addressed the factors that affect the cost of car insurance along with how to understand the…


Dr. Hume Interviewed on Selecting Quick Loans

Dr. Hume Interviewed on Selecting Quick Loans

Dr. Susan Hume, associate professor of Finance, was recently featured as an expert in a WalletHub article on the best quick loans of 2021. Read the full article here. The article offers advice about choosing quick loans, based on rates, credit score, origination fees, and APR. Dr. Hume suggests that you “shop around to get multiple quotes, to find…


Business Faculty Win Research Award

Business Faculty Win Research Award

Two faculty members from The School of Business were recently announced winners of the Outstanding Author Contribution category in the 2020 Emerald Literati Awards. Hossein Nouri, professor of accounting & information systems, and Maria S. Domingo, associate professor of accounting & information systems, were both the contributors. They were awarded for their work, titled “Gender…


Economics Paper Accepted for Publication

Economics Paper Accepted for Publication

Economics professors Dr. Lynn Tang and Dr. Richard Baker co-authored a paper titled, “The Success of Crowdfunding Projects: Technology, Globalization, and Geographic Distance,” which has been accepted for publication in Economics of Innovation and New Technology. Steven Pittaro ’19 served as a student research assistant on this project. Pittaro now works as an operator at…


Professor Hume on NJ Car Insurance Rates

Professor Hume on NJ Car Insurance Rates

Dr. Susan Hume, Associate Professor of Finance was interviewed by WalletHub on finding affordable car insurance in New Jersey. In the piece she answers the following questions: What are the biggest risk factors keeping car insurance rates from being cheaper in New Jersey? What factors make coverage so high in NJ? Is there anything that…


Finance Chair on Low Interest Credit Cards

Finance Chair on Low Interest Credit Cards

Dr. Seung Hee Choi, Finance Department Chair, was recently interviewed by WalletHub on low interest credit cards. Read the full story here and Dr. Choi’s insights here.


Business Faculty Comment on Coronavirus

Business Faculty Comment on Coronavirus

On Tuesday, March 3, the US Fed announced an emergency rate cut in response to the continued spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). Below, three School of Business faculty members weigh in on the cut’s impact. Dr. Seung Hee Choi, Chair & Professor, Finance The Federal Reserve cut its benchmark interest rate by 50 bps to…


Dr. Hume Interviewed on Chip and PIN Credit Cards

Dr. Hume Interviewed on Chip and PIN Credit Cards

Recently, WalletHub interviewed Dr. Susan Hume, associate professor of finance, on the differences between chip and pin credit cards. According to Hume, depending on your location and the country’s banking laws, security for cards is enforced by either “Chip ‘n Sign” (CSIGN) or “Chip ‘n PIN” (CPIN). The US uses chip with signature for both…


Adjunct Professor Interviewed on Impeachment and Mueller ’66

Adjunct Professor Interviewed on Impeachment and Mueller ’66

School of Business adjunct professor Jeffery Levine was interviewed by The Daily Princetonian at Princeton University on the Robert Mueller ’66’s independent investigation into President Donald Trump and the impeachment process. Read the interview here.


Unsecured Credit Cards for Bad Credit

Unsecured Credit Cards for Bad Credit

Dr. Susan Hume, associate professor of finance, was interviewed by WalletHub to discuss the use of unsecured credit cards by people with low credit. In the profile, Dr. Hume addresses the expense of unsecured cards, the biggest mistakes people make with selecting credit cards, and more. Read the full interview here.


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