• Dan Smith

    Dan Smith

    Faculty

    Dan Smith, 11-time winner of the Tull School of Accounting’s Outstanding Teaching Award, has retired after 18 years at Terry.

  • Craig Piercy

    Craig Piercy

    Faculty

    MIT program director, Craig Piercy, named an invited expert by Open Web Education Alliance

  • Dawn Bennett-Alexander

    Dawn D. Bennett-Alexander

    Faculty

    As a recipient of the 2011 President's Fulfilling the Dream Award, legal studies professor Dawn D. Bennett-Alexander said she could think of no better honor to represent her life’s work.

  • Rick Watson

    Rick Watson

    Faculty

    Prolific researcher and sage to a host of CIOs, the Australian-born Rick Watson straddles the world of theory and practice. What’s his secret? He never left the farm.

  • George Selgin

    George Selgin

    Faculty

    Rock concerts aren’t the only thing that fills auditoriums in the UK. When econ professor George Selgin sat on a Hayek-Keynes panel, an overflow crowd had to be turned away at the door.

  • New Economics Faculty

    Terry welcomes new members of the economics faculty

    Faculty

    The Economics Department welcomes five new faculty to the Terry College this fall: Berrak Bahadir, Tina Marsh, Katherine McClain, Ian Schmutte, and William Vogt.

  • Charlotte Mason

    Charlotte Mason

    Faculty

    Department Head Charlotte Mason directs the Master of Marketing Research program, which attracts graduate students from all across the country. “I believe we have the best program going,” Mason says. “It’s certainly the longest running.”

  • David Mustard

    David Mustard

    Faculty

    Mustard, whose research has influenced government policy, was inspired to become an economist after taking an undergraduate course on the economics of slavery.

  • Jeff Netter and Annette Poulsen

    Jeff Netter and Annette Poulsen

    Faculty

    As co-managing editors of the Journal of Corporate Finance and spouses of 22 years, professors Annette Poulsen and Jeff Netter have married their skill sets, their high professional standards, and their refreshing lack of pretense, to make JCF one of the pre-eminent academic journals in its field.

  • Jonathan Williams

    Jonathan W. Williams

    Faculty

    Jonathan W. Williams is joining the Economics Department this fall as its new assistant professor. He recently completed his PhD in Economics from the University of Virginia, and his areas of specialty are industrial organization, applied econometrics, and applied microeconomics.