Whitman welcomes seven new faculty members to its team this fall. Feel free to say ‘hello’ if you see any of these new faculty members around Whitman!
Kivanç Avrenli is an assistant professor of statistics. His other teaching interests include applied statistical methods, probability theory, statistical modeling and design of experiments. Before starting at Whitman, Kivanç Avrenli taught Applied Statistics and Probability.
Markus Broman is an assistant professor of finance. In particular, he enjoys investments, international finance and the efficiency of financial markets.
Huifang Mao is a visiting professor in the Department of Marketing Management. While she is at Whitman, she’ll be teaching marketing research. Her research examines how consumers process market information and make judgments and decisions accordingly.
Lynne Vincent is an assistant professor of management teaching Strategic Human Resource. Her research examines the moral and social implications of creativity.
Trenton Williams is an assistant professor of entrepreneurship. His research focuses on entrepreneurial venture emergence, resourcefulness, decision-making and resilience.
Gary Witt is an assistant professor of finance practice. Witt pursued a 20-year career in finance in New York and London in derivatives, structured finance and investment management.
David Wo is a visiting assistant professor of management. His research is heavily focused on organizational fairness, workplace deviance, behavioral ethics and trickle effects. He will teach Strategic Human Resource Management at Whitman.
Sarah is a public relations assistant at the Martin J. Whitman School of Management. She is a senior at Syracuse University majoring in Public Relations and Marketing Management. In her free time, she enjoys trying new recipes, traveling and spending time with friends and family.
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