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"Faculty Research"

Charla Griffy-Brown, PhD

Dr. Charla Griffy-Brown on the Value of Diversity in Higher Education

Overcoming the challenges of fitting into a conformist society wasn’t going to stop Harvard University graduate and PICMET awardee, Charla Griffy-Brown, from achieving her dreams. It is through the guidance of her diverse peers and the support of institutions that foster inclusivity, that Charla attributes her success.

Jaclyn Margolis

Making Our Knowledge More Accessible


Creating Value in Operations and Supply Chains through Sustainability Efforts

Graziadio Professor of Decision Sciences, Brian Jacobs, delivers his research on the value of sustainability in organizations – beginning with supply chains and operations.

Charla Griffy-Brown

Technology Management, Cyber Risk, and Leadership in Digital Transformation

See how emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things, and distributed ledger continue to transform businesses.

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Whose Calls for Research Should Business Scholars Answer?: A “Full-Voice Meaningful” Approach

Business scholars commonly justify the need for their research by noting fellow scholars who have called for it.

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Research Tips: The Key to Running an Efficient Research Team

Though I mostly specialize in analysis, idea-generating and persuasive storytelling are all essential areas for efficient and effective research.

Research tips

Research Tips: Seizing Funding Opportunities and Working with University Resources

With COVID-19 creating increased challenges in funding, faculty gathered with the Office of Research & Sponsored Programs to discuss funding resources.

Cristell Russell

One Brand, Many Trajectories: Narrative Navigation in Transmedia

These professors hope their journey will motivate other 'French girls’ and other junior scholars to be brave and seek guidance from senior scholars.