Distinguished Research Fellow

 

The Distinguished Research Fellowship recognizes a tenured faculty member in the College of Business and Economics who has demonstrated sustained excellence through his or her scholarly contributions to the research, creative scholarship and publication mission of the College of Business and Economics.

The fellowship program is in temporary moratorium.

 

Fellowship Award Criteria

  • Research that has been sustained over time in the fields of business/economics and has been published in referred journals and in other reputable outlets.
  • Research that has contributed to the development of a community of researchers.
  • Research that has had a broad range of influence.
  • Research activity that has had the effect of raising the profile of the college and university's research mission.

 

Past Award Recipients

2013 Distinguished Research Fellow

Dr. Steven Globerman, Kaiser Professor of International Business
 

2012 Distinguished Research Fellow

Dr. Deepinder Bajwa, Professor of Decision Sciences 
 

2011 Distinguished Research Fellow

Dr. Daniel Hagen, Professor of Economics
 

2009 Distinguished Research Fellow

Dr. L. Floyd Lewis, Professor of Decision Sciences 
 

2008 Distinguished Research Fellow

Dr. Earl Benson, Professor of Finance 
 

2007 Distinguished Research Fellow

Dr. Zhe George Zhang, Professor of Decision Sciences 
 

2006 Distinguished Research Fellow

Dr. Steven Globerman, Kaiser Professor of International Business