Selected Faculty Presentations, Honors, Awards, Etc.

Stephanie ChengStephanie Cheng, assistant professor of accounting, presented chapter 1 of her dissertation, “The Information Externality of Public Firms’ Financial Information in the State-Bond Secondary Market,” at the 2020 Journal of Accounting Research (JAR) conference.

Karen Foust’s paper “Reviewing the Review Process: An Author and Editor Perspective,” co-authored with Ann Hackert and Jessica Madaldi, was awarded the 2020 Distinguished Research Award at the MBAA International 2020 Conference.

Nishad KapadiaNishad Kapadia was recently promoted to associate professor with tenure. Kapadia joined the Freeman School in 2014. His research focuses on asset pricing, testing theories of why some stocks or trading strategies have higher average returns than others. His papers examine why individual stocks in U.S. markets have become more volatile over time, why small stocks and value stocks have high average returns, and whether lottery-like stocks, with a small probability of really high returns, are

Anyi Ma, assistant professor of management, was recently named the recipient of the 2020 Alvah H. Chapman Jr. Outstanding Dissertation Award. The award, presented by the Center for Leadership (CFL) at Florida International University, recognizes an individual whose dissertation makes an outstanding contribution to the field of leadership. Ma received the award for her dissertation “The Ambitious-Dominant- Ability (ADA) Model of Agency for Gender and Leadership.”

Claire Senot has been named recipient of the 2020 Industry Studies Association Ralph Gomory Best Industry Studies Paper Award for her paper “Continuity of Care and Risk of Readmission: An Investigation into the Healthcare Journey of Heart Failure Patients.” The article, which examined more than 44,000 individual episodes in the care of 3,263 patients, was originally published in Production and Operations Management in March 2019. In July 2020, Senot was promoted to associate professor of management science with tenure.

Christine SmithChristine Smith’s article “Maximizing Your Final College Semester” was published on Smith is a professor of practice in accounting.

Ricky Tan received the Decision Science Institute’s Carol J. Latta Emerging Leadership Award for Outstanding Early Career Scholars at the institute’s 2019 annual conference. Tan is an assistant professor of management science.

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