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Sellinger School of Business names three faculty scholars

The Sellinger School of Business named three faculty scholars, supporting their work serving the business community, developing other Sellinger faculty and conducting scholarly research.

  • Gerard Athaide, Ph.D., professor of marketing, was named Sellinger’s Busch Faculty Scholar for the next three years. As the Busch Faculty Scholar, Athaide will work with the business and management community and conduct theoretical and applied research in innovation management. In addition, Athaide will teach an advanced seminar and organize a conference as a forum for the business and academic communities
  • John Burger, Ph.D., professor of economics, was awarded Sellinger’s Research Impact Fellowship for the next three years. As the Research Impact Fellow, Burger will conduct research with demonstrable practical relevance to business and society that qualifies for publication in scholarly journals. Burger will also engage in internal and external professional service.
  • Yoon Shin, Ph.D., associate professor of finance, was named Sellinger’s Travelers Finance Faculty Scholar for the next three years. As the Travelers Finance Faculty Scholar, Shin will maintain and build relationships with financial institutions in the region. In addition, Shin will continue to publish work in scholarly journals, teach and support research development among Sellinger faculty.
The new faculty scholars join Sellinger’s existing scholars: Richard Klink, Ph.D., DeFrancis Faculty Scholar; Andrew Samuel, Ph.D., France-Merrick Economics Faculty Scholar; and Bobby Waldrup, Ph.D., Accounting Scholar.