The McCombs Teaching and Research awards recognize faculty members who, simply put, are very good at what they do. Find out who made the list this year, and leave a note of congratulations in the comments.
Go inside management lecturer Luke Winslow's research about the reality TV show "Undercover Boss" and how it portrays the labor market.
The academic legend, widely considered to be a father of management science, was a prolific researcher who was at the forefront of a new way of studying business, emphasizing scientific rigor and integrating disciplines. He was also a fixture on campus, coming to work nearly every day until just a few weeks before his death.
We asked senior finance lecturer and all-around colorful character Regina Hughes 11 questions to get to know her a little better. We learned she has a mischievous sense of humor, a one-of-a-kind office and a very surprising back-up career preference.
Harrington Fellow Lamar Pierce's research considers how attempts to spur employee productivity, when not implemented carefully, can have damaging effects on a company.
Assistant Professor of Management Rory McDonald studies how firms compete in new markets and examines both stalwarts and startups in his classes.