Isenberg faculty have secured a national reputation as thought leaders and advisors to industry. Adept in both the classroom and research, they excel in operations and quality management, alternative investments, data analytics, entrepreneurship, sport marketing, business leadership, and many other areas.
Associate Professor David Tyler, a 2013 PhD graduate, and fellow McCormack doctoral alum Joe Cobbs ’10 are cofounders of Know Rivalry, a pathbreaking research lab devoted to identifying and measuring rivalries.
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Isenberg’s Anna Nagurney has been getting calls from media outlets since it became clear that the coronavirus pandemic was leading to unusual supply chain shortages. Now that vaccines are being distributed, her knowledge of transportation logistics is making her a sought-after expert for national media outlets from NPR to the Wall Street Journal.
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The Mark H. McCormack Department of Sport Management has announced a first-of-its-kind new course, Women in Business, which is launching during the spring 2021 semester for 25 students who aspire to pursue a career in the sports industry.
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Priyank Arora, assistant professor in Isenberg’s Operations & Information Management Department, says the Covid-19 pandemic has underscored the ways that nonprofit organizations must use their scarce resources in an efficient and effective manner, so as to create the best possible social impact.
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Isenberg Hospitality & Tourism Management Associate Professor Melissa Baker was named a "Favorite Business Professor of the Class of 2020" by the business school ranking and analysis website Poets & Quants in May.