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Dr. Vanessa Patrick

I am delighted to announce that Dr. Yili (Kevin) Hong will serve as the new Director of our Ph.D. program. Our doctoral students are the stewards of our discipline and we look forward to his leadership in taking our Ph.D. program to new heights.

In our Working Wisdom podcast, it was a pleasure and privilege to chat with Dr. Derek Avery of the Management and Leadership department. I found the conversation intellectually stimulating and inspiring, and I hope you do too!

Our final story is about our Dean, Dr. Paul A. Pavlou, who is leading the way in our external grant funding initiative to be part of a team awarded an NSF grant.

I thank all our Bauer faculty and doctoral students for their efforts in making Bauer a world-class business school.

Dr. Vanessa Patrick
Associate Dean of Research
Bauer Professor of Marketing


Photo: Yili (Kevin) Hong

Bauer College Names New
Ph.D. Director
Yili (Kevin) Hong to Work with Bauer Faculty and Ph.D. Students to Elevate Program Status

Yili (Kevin) Hong, a professor in the Department of Decision & Information Sciences and a Bauer Senior Fellow, is an expert on digital platforms, the future of work, and human-AI interaction. He was ranked #3 in the world in his field, based on publications in the Top Four Management Information Systems (MIS) journals between 2016 and 2018.


Photo: Derek Avery

Working Wisdom Podcast
The Excitement and Frustration of Working Toward Racial Justice

A conversation on how COVID-19 is shining a light on institutional injustice and systemic racism with C. T. Bauer Chair of Inclusive Leadership Derek Avery and Associate Dean of Research Vanessa Patrick. Listen Now.


Bauer Dean Receives National Science Foundation Grant
Research Proposes Data Science Solution to Prevent and Predict Costly Power Outages

Photo: Paul A. Pavlou

C. T. Bauer College of Business Dean and Cullen Distinguished Chair Professor Paul A. Pavlou and researchers from Texas A&M University, Temple University, and the University of Texas at San Antonio are creating a system for assembling and analyzing energy use data from community and industry stakeholders in Houston and San Antonio. The system would allow officials to be more preemptive in preventing outages and react more quickly in the event of unforeseen outages due to extreme weather, utility pole collisions, and other natural disasters.

 

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