In the News

Influential media routinely feature our faculty

  • 10-5-2021 — USA Today quoted Natalie Simpson, associate professor and chair of operations management and strategy, in a story about what caused a catastrophic oil spill off the Southern California coast.

  • Michael Dambra.

    9-29-2021 — Bloomberg reported on new research by Michael Dambra, associate professor of accounting and law. He found that when companies go public through a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) and project high revenue growth, those projections tend to be inflated and the company underperforms.

  • 8-29-2021 — Forbes covered new research by Min-Hsuan Tu, assistant professor of organization and human resources, that found while good-looking people tend to be better nonverbal communicators, their less-attractive peers can level the playing field during the hiring process by adopting a powerful posture.

  • 8-21-2021 — International media, including the Daily Mail and MSN Australia, reported on a study by Min-Hsuan Tu, assistant professor of organization and human resources, that found beautiful people are more likely to get hired and get paid more.

  • 7-20-2021 — Paul Tesluk, professor and dean of the School of Management, shared his insights with the BBC about how to maximize in-office days during a hybrid work schedule.