Notable Faculty & Student Achievements
Emeritus Professor of Economics Emily Northrop’s op-ed about climate change and COVID-19 was featured in AL.com. It can be read here.
Associate Professor of Business Debika Sihi served as a judge for the American Marketing Association (AMA) Collegiate Case Competition in collaboration with Cotton Incorporated. The competition includes submissions from student teams from different universities across the U.S.
Assistant Professor of Business Debika Sihi coauthored an article titled “The Marketing Organization’s Journey to Become Data Driven” in the Journal of Research in Interactive Marketing. The article explores the experiences of managers implementing data analytics into the processes of the marketing function. It also uncovers the challenges and identifiable stages of implementation.
Assistant Professor of Economics Katherine Grooms and coauthors were awarded a prestigious National Institutes of Health (NIH) two-year grant for their work “Drinking Water and Infant Health: Evidence from Contaminant Levels in California.” Dr. Grooms presented their research at the annual meeting of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists, in Incline Village, NV.