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2012 Tenure and Promotion appointments announced

News + Events : 2012 Tenure and Promotion appointments announced

06/04/2012

President Robert Corrigan has awarded tenure and/or promotion to the following faculty members, and is effective the first day of the Fall 2012 semester.

Tenure and Promotion to Associate Professor

Theresa Roeder, Decision SciencesTheresa Roeder, Decision Sciences

Theresa Roeder joined the department of Decision Sciences in 2005, after receiving her Ph.D. from UC Berkeley in 2004. Her research is primarily in the field of discrete-event computer simulation, where she has worked extensively with the semiconductor industry. There, the focus is on investigating alternate approaches to simulation that would reduce the run times and/or development times.

Ming Li, Finance

Professor Ming Li joined the Finance Department at San Francisco State University in 2005, after completing his Ph.D. degree in Economics at UCLA. His research interests include international finance, asset pricing and learning.

Lihua Wang, International BusinessLihua Wang, International Business

Gulnur Tumbat, MarketingGulnur Tumbat, Marketing

Gulnur Tumbat received her M.B.A. degree from Bilkent University, Ankara, Turkey. After working as a business analyst for Turkish Aerospace Industries for two years, she got her Ph.D. in Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing from University of Utah, David Eccless School of Business where she worked with Professor Russell W. Belk.

Promotion to Full Professor

Ramesh Bollapragada, Decision SciencesRamesh Bollapragada, Decision Sciences

Having lived in Hyderabad, India, for 21 years, Ramesh Bollapragada moved to the Unites States in the 90s. Since August 2002, Professor Bollapragada has taught in courses for the Executive MBA program, the MBA program, and undergraduates classes in the areas of operations management, supply chain management, business forecasting, total quality systems, simulaion and mangerial statistics.

 


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