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Why Choose the Ohio University Online MBA?
An MBA can be a valuable tool in the business world. When you earn your MBA online from Ohio University you are making a conscious decision to improve your professional value and position yourself for current and future business opportunities. By developing your business intelligence you can qualify for previously unattainable jobs and create new pathways toward leadership positions.
Working professionals seeking to augment and accelerate their expertise can find the respected education they are looking for in the online MBA program at AACSB-accredited Ohio University. This esteemed designation is held by only 5% of business schools worldwide. Ohio University is also regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, one of six regional institutional accreditors in the United States.
U.S. News & World Report recognized Ohio University on its lists of "Best Business Schools," "Best Education Schools," and 'Best National Universities." In 2017, the online MBA program from Ohio University was also recognized as one of the "Best Online MBA" programs nationally.
Additionally, The Princeton Review praises the university for professor accessibility. Ohio University has also been recognized by Peterson's Competitive Colleges for academic quality and value.
Dean Sherman shares the goals of the online MBA program
The MBA program features a comprehensive curriculum focused on the current and practical business skills you will need to secure your future in the business world. Choose 1 of 4 concentrations in Finance, Health Care, Executive Management, or Business Analytics.
Online Master of Business Administration Core Courses:
Data Analysis for Decision Making-3 credits
Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management-3 credits
Accounting for Executives-3 credits
Managerial Finance-3 credits
Strategic Marketing and Supply Chain Management-3 credits
Strategic Use of Information-3 credits
Management of Operations-3 credits
Strategic Leadership-3 credits
Applied Business Experience-3 credits
Finance Concentration Courses:
Financial Markets and Institutions-3 credits
Advanced Corporate Finance-3 credits
Health Care Concentration Courses:
Introduction to the U.S. Health Care Delivery System-3 credits
Health Care Finance-3 credits
Health Law-3 credits
Executive Management Concentration Courses:
Business Analytics-3 credits
Leadership and Change Management-3 credits
Ethics in the Global Environment-3 credits
Business Analytics Concentration Courses:
Prescriptive Analytics-3 credits
Predictive Analytics-3 credits
Data Management, Business Intelligence & Analytics-3 credits
Use the "Core Courses" and "Concentration Courses" tabs above to see an overview of the various courses offered in the program, or view a list of the full course descriptions here.
- Online Master of Business Administration Core Courses
MBA 6320 Data Analysis for Decision Making-3 credits
MBA 6340 Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management—3 credits
MBA 6315 Accounting for Executives-3 credits
MBA 6335 Managerial Finance-3 credits
MBA 6350 Strategic Marketing and Supply Chain Management-3 credits
MBA 6360 Strategic Use of Information-3 credits
MBA 6370 Management of Operations-3 credits
MBA 6380 Strategic Leadership-3 credits
MBA 6912 Applied Business Experience-2 credits
- Finance Concentration Courses
MBA 6345 Financial Markets and Institutions-3 credits
MBA 6355 Investments-3 credits
MBA 6365 Advanced Corporate Finance-3 credits
- Health Care Concentration Courses
HLTH 6010 Introduction to the U.S. Health Care Delivery System-3 credits
HLTH 6210 Health Care Finance-3 credits
HLTH 6280 Health Law-3 credits
- Executive Management Concentration Courses
MBA 6325 Business Analytics-3 credits
MBA 6425 Leadership and Change Management-3 credits
MBA 6525 Ethics in the Global Environment-3 credits
- Business Analytics Concentration Courses
MBA 6325 Prescriptive Analytics - 3 credits
MBA 6390 Predictive Analytics - 3 credits
MBA 6395 Data Management, Business Intelligence & Analytics - 3 credits
Learn from a faculty of proficient business professionals who can share their practical knowledge and experiences across various industries.
- Dr. Ashley Metcalf, Ph.D.
- Dr. John Stowe, Ph.D.
- Dr. Ikenna Uzuegbunam, Ph.D.
- Dr. Barry Ewy, Pharm.D., J.D., M.H.A.
- Don H. Smith, M.B.A.
- Andrew Goodnite, MBA-PMP, Major, USAF Retired
- Dr. Amy Taylor-Bianco, Ph.D.
- Dr. Gretchen Schaupp, Ph.D.
- Dr. Christopher R. Moberg, Ph.D.
- Dr. Clarence Martin, Ph.D.
- Dr. Gabriel Giordano, Ph.D.
- Dr. Connie Esmond-Kiger, Ph.D., CPA
- Dr. William Young, Ph.D.
- Dr. Yong Wang, Ph.D.
- Dr. Travis Davidson, Ph.D.
- Dr. Sinan Gokkaya, Ph.D.
- Dr. Marco Habermann, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Operations Management
Ashley Metcalf has a background in chemical engineering with work experience in the management of high volume manufacturing at Kraft Foods and determining manufacturability of next generation products in R&D at Johnson & Johnson. Prior to her position at Ohio University, Dr. Metcalf’s doctoral work included process improvement in Healthcare, specifically examining cost-reduction and value-creation process changes in hospital respiratory care services. Dr. Metcalf currently teaches courses in Operations Management and engages with hospitals nationwide on process improvement efforts. Ashley Metcalf is originally from South Carolina and currently resides in Athens, Ohio with her husband, Eric.
Ph.D. Production/Operations Management, University of South Carolina
MBA Management, Jacksonville University
B.S. Chemical Engineering, University of South Carolina
JP Morgan Professor of Finance
John Stowe is the JPMorgan Professor of Finance at Ohio University. He joined the OU College of Business faculty in June 2008. For the prior five years, he served as Director of Exam Development and Head of Curriculum Development for the Chartered Financial Analyst Program at CFA Institute. From 1980-2003, he was a faculty member at University of Missouri-Columbia (associate professor of finance, professor of finance, finance department chair, and associate dean). From 1976-1980 he was assistant professor of finance at the University of Oklahoma, and from 1972-1976 he was assistant professor of finance at Florida International University.
He is a coauthor of Corporate Financial Management (2010, fourth edition) and coauthor of Equity Asset Valuation (2016, third edition). He has published research papers in journals including the Journal of Finance, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, Journal of Corporate Finance, Financial Analysts Journal, Financial Management, Journal of Risk and Insurance, Journal of Investing, Journal of Financial Research, Journal of Applied Finance, Journal of Portfolio Management, Financial Review, Journal of Business Finance and Accounting, and others. He is a Chartered Financial Analyst. His teaching interests include corporate finance, equities, and investment management, and his research projects usually are empirical studies of issues in these same areas.
Ph.D., University of Houston
M.A., University of Houston
B.A., Centenary College
Visiting Assistant Professor of Strategy
Ikenna Uzuegbunam (Ph.D.) is a visiting assistant professor of strategy in the College of Business at Ohio University. Previously, he taught at the University of Kentucky. Ike has been honored for his teaching and research including an honorable mention for teaching in the University of Kentucky MBA program; best paper nomination at the Strategic Management Society Conference; and the best paper in track award at the Southern Management Association Conference.
Ike’s industry and consulting experience include stints in medical devices, oil & gas, electronics, software, and the social sector. He is the founder and chief strategy officer of Luno Ventures, LLC; a strategy and innovation consulting firm.
Ph.D., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute – Management
M.Sc., University of Sussex – Technology and Innovation Management
B.Eng., University of Nigeria, Nsukka – Electronic Engineering (with Honors)
Dr. Ewy is the CEO of a non-profit international pharmaceutical repackager labeler, and wholesaler, where he is responsible for operational and financial leadership including all aspects of operations, human resources, and donor relations. Prior to his current role, Dr. Ewy was the CEO of a specialty acute care hospital. Dr. Ewy also had a private law practice for several years that focused on the areas of personal injury and medical malpractice. In his law practice, Dr. Ewy participated in arbitrations and mediation, negotiated and drafted settlement agreements, participated in depositions, conducted legal research, and drafted and argued motions and briefs.
Dr. Ewy has spoken on the topic of health care law and policy to various pharmacy, optometry, and missions groups. He has also presented lectures on health care law, health care policy, health care ethics, policy and procedure development, and organizational structure and control.
Pharm.D., University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences College of Pharmacy
J.D., University of Arkansas at Fayetteville, School of Law
M.H.A., A.T. Still University
Don H. Smith is an accomplished banking industry executive with extensive experience in finance, operations and technology, mergers and acquisitions, risk management, program management, training, cost reduction, and investment securities. After a successful career with PNC, he formed his own consulting company to help financial institutions increase operating efficiency and improve enterprise risk management. Don earned a B.S. in Physics and an M.B.A. from Case Western Reserve University. He retired as a Major in the United States Air Force Reserve. He currently serves as treasurer on two boards of nonprofits in Cleveland, Ohio, where he resides. Don is beginning his third year teaching at Ohio University.
M.B.A., Case Western Reserve University
B.S., Case Western Reserve University – Physics
Accomplished leader with over 20 years of broad expertise managing projects and multi-million dollar budgets in the private and government sectors for key stakeholders, including the Department of Defense (DoD). Builds strong multidisciplinary teams to provide solutions for seamless operations.
Currently engaged in my dream profession of teaching at the university level. I teach Business Analytics and Data Analysis in the Ohio University College of Business undergraduate and masters programs. I also provide project management consulting services to local companies. Recently, I worked as a data analyst for a major DoD contract service company and spent 16 months on location supporting Operation Enduring Freedom in Kuwait. During my military service, using my masters in meteorology, I provided meteorological support services to various organizations in the US Air Force, US Army and NATO. My favorite and most interesting Air Force position was as a Space Launch Weather Officer, I really enjoyed being “on console” for 29 space launch missions. Those were some pretty stressful but exciting time. Also, in other positions, I had the opportunity to visit over 18 countries over my military career and still enjoy travel and meeting new people.
Core strengths: Project Management/Evaluation, Data Analytics, Quality Control/Problem Solving, Research & Analysis Team Building/Staff Supervision, Budgets/Cost Reduction, Microsoft Suite (Super User), Proposals/Grants/Technical Writing, Domestic/International Military Experience
Certification: Project Management Professional (PMP) through the Project Management Institute
M.B.A., Ohio University
M.S., Air Force Institute of Technology – Meteorology
Master Certificate in Applied Project Management from Villanova University
B.S., University of Arizona – Atmospheric Science
Dr. Taylor-Bianco earned her Master’s degree and Ph.D. from Columbia University. She is an Associate Professor of Management at OU’s College of Business, the Executive Academic Director of the Robert D. Walter Center for Strategic Leadership and a Fellow of the Voinovich School for Leadership and Public Affairs. Her research and teaching focus on strategic leadership and change, cross-cultural education and executive development and self-regulation of leaders. Dr. Taylor-Bianco has experience as an international compensation consultant with Price Waterhouse Coopers, J.P. Morgan and other for-profit companies. More recently, she has been consulting and studying organizational transformation and change management in public and not-for-profit organizations. She has been with Ohio University since 2002 and considers herself an honorary Bobcat.
Ph.D. (with distinction), Columbia University, Organizational Psychology
M.A. (with Honors), Columbia University, Organizational Psychology
B.A., Dickinson College
Exchange Student (with Honors), University of East Anglia, England
Dr. Gretchen Schaupp started teaching for Ohio University in the Fall of 2012. She completed her doctoral studies just before that in the Department of Management at Virginia Tech University. Her focus of research and teaching is in the area of Organizational Behavior and her current research interests include the psychological contract, leadership styles, international and expatriate management as well as employee socialization.
Before completing her doctoral studies, Gretchen lived and worked in Germany for eight years. She wrote her master’s thesis at the Siemens Corporation in Erlangen, Germany while working in their corporate logistics department. After that, she was employed at the Volkswagen Corporation in Wolfsburg, Germany for several years. There, she started in the areas of logistics and production and moved on to the areas of international marketing and sales. Her international work experience and prior education led her to pursue her Ph.D and enter academia. Gretchen has international teaching experience, and recently completed the e-version of her book, “More than Manners”, which she wrote with a German colleague to help expatriates navigate cultural differences while working in Germany. Gretchen lives in Wolfsburg, Germany with her husband, Christian.
Ph.D., Virginia Tech University, Department of Management
M.B.A., Sheffield Hallam University in Great Britain
M.A., University of Applied Sciences in Fulda, Germany – European Management
B.A., West Virginia University – Foreign Language
Christopher R. Moberg is the Associate Dean for Academic Programs and Professor of Marketing in the College of Business at Ohio University. He joined the Marketing Department in 1999 and has served in a variety of leadership roles for the department, college, and university. In addition, Chris has served on the Board of Directors for the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals since 2009, leading the efforts to develop a comprehensive Supply Chain Management Certification Program.
His research and teaching interests include supply chain management strategies, integration, business ethics, sales performance, buyer-seller relationships and services marketing. His research has been presented at several national conferences and appeared in many journals, including the Journal of Business Logistics, International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management, International Journal of Logistics Management, Supply Chain Quarterly, Supply Chain Management Review, Annals of Operations Research, Journal of Business and Industrial Marketing, and Journal of Services Marketing.
Chris is passionate about sports and music and loves to plan travel with family and friends around sporting and live music events. He also recently began collecting vinyl records and has accumulated well over 200 hundred albums.
DBA, Cleveland State University
MBA, Miami University
BBA, University of New Mexico
Dr. Martin grew up in the neighborhood of Ohio University in nearby Wellston, Ohio. He earned a BS degree in Mathematics and an MS degree in Industrial & Systems Engineering at Ohio University. Subsequently, he completed MS and Ph. D. degrees in Operations Research from the Graduate School of Industrial Administration at Carnegie-Mellon University. He served on the faculty of the Department of Industrial & Systems Engineering at Ohio State University before coming to Ohio University in 1985. He has served as a consultant to several companies in the areas of production planning, scheduling, forecasting and facility configuration including LTV Steel, Sumitomo Metals, USX Steel, Whirlpool Corporation, Owens-Corning Fiberglas and Technology Group International. He has also consulted with NASA, Paine Webber and EDS Deutschland. He has been granted five patents.
PhD, Carnegie-Mellon University – Operations Research
MS, Carnegie-Mellon University – Operations Research
MS, Ohio University – Industrial and Systems Engineering
BS, Ohio University – Mathematics
Gabe Giordano teaches Information Systems courses in undergraduate, MBA, and executive programs in the College of Business. He also directs and teaches in the Sogeti(NL)-Ohio professional program, and he is site director of the Barcelona Global Consulting Program. His current research looks at challenges associated with use of new communication media in the workplace, deception in computer-mediated communication, and leadership strategies for transformational IT projects
Ph.D., Florida State University – Management Information Systems
B.B.A., New Mexico State University – Business Computer Systems (with Honors)
Associate Professor of Accountancy
Connie Esmond-Kiger, Ph.D., CPA, is an Associate Professor in the Ohio University School of Accountancy where she has been teaching for seventeen years. Connie’s passion is curriculum innovation with the goal of engaging and challenging her students as they trek through their learning journey in Accounting. She has a reputation of having high expectations of her students, and also of herself. Connie is the current author of the BAM curriculum for teaching Intermediate Accounting.
Connie served as the Director of the School of Accountancy from 2007 to 2012 and as the faculty advisor for the Ohio University Alpha Kappa Chapter of Beta Alpha Psi from 2001 to 2015. Under her watch, the Chapter consistently won regional and national awards, achieved Superior status annually, and completed more than 13,000 cumulative hours of community service in Athens. In recognition for her service, Connie was named one of five Beta Alpha Psi Outstanding Faculty Advisors at the national level for 2013.
Connie was awarded the 2014 Outstanding Ohio Accounting Educator of the Year by the Ohio Society of CPAs and the Ohio Region of the American Accounting Association. Other awards include the College of Business Senior Class Faculty Recognition Award for 2010, 2007, 2006 and 2005; the Ohio University Presidential Teacher Award for 2007-2010; the College of Business Society of Alumni and Friends Faculty Contribution Award for 2008, the College of Business Excellence in Teaching and Learning Award for 2015, 2006 and 2001,the Ohio University University Professor Award for 2005, the School of Accountancy Advisory Council Faculty Innovation/Activity Award for 2004, and First Place in the Ohio University Center for Teaching Excellence Best Practices Award competition in 2000.
Connie earned her doctorate from Indiana University and her MBA from the University of Edinburgh in Scotland. She has six years of public accounting experience, including two years with Price Waterhouse in Chicago, and served for two years as the Associate Controller at Dartmouth College. She is married to John Kiger and is the proud mom of two dogs. She attributes much of her success to the support of her family and her great colleagues, and will be forever grateful for their love and friendship, and high expectations. She would also like to give kudos to her fabulous Ohio University students and alums who have allowed her to push them to their limits, and have made her very proud to be a part of their life journey.
PhD, Indiana University – Accounting
MBA, University of Edinburgh, Scotland
BS, Illinois State University – Accounting
BS, University of Illinois – Interior Design
Assistant Professor of Business Analytics
Dr. William A. Young II is the Director of the Online Masters of Business Administration (MBA) program at Ohio University’s College of Business. He is also an Assistant Professor of Operations Management in the Department of Management, a Director of the Sogeti-Ohio Young Professional Development Program, and a Site Director in the Global Consulting Program (GCP) at Ohio University’s College of Business. Young earned his doctorate degree in Mechanical and Systems Engineering from Ohio University in 2010, where he won the 2009/2010 Outstanding Graduate Doctoral Student Leader Award at the university’s annual Awards Gala. William also received a bachelor’s (BSEE) and master’s (MSEE) degree in Electrical Engineering at Ohio University in 2002 and 2005 respectively.
William has collaborated with multidisciplinary teams of faculty, students, and professionals on projects and programs that have been funded by General Electric Aviation, the National Science Foundation, Sogeti Netherlands, and Ohio’s Department of Labor. Young’s primary research is focused on descriptive, predictive, and prescriptive analytics, where he has developed and deployed a variety of statistical and machine learning-based methodologies and applications. Based on his multidisciplinary endeavors, Young has various peer-reviewed articles related to operation management, healthcare services, and environmental systems, as well as specific interests in quantitative sports analysis, and educational technologies and techniques for innovative teaching instruction.
Ph.D., Ohio University, Russ College of Engineering and Technology – Mechanical and Systems Engineering (Specialization: Systems Engineering)
M.S., Ohio University, Russ College of Engineering and Technology – Electrical Engineering (Concentration: Engineering Management)
B.S., Ohio University, Russ College of Engineering and Technology – Electrical Engineering (Concentration: Digital Systems); Minor: Mathematics
Robert H. Freeman Professor of Strategic Marketing
Dr. Yong Wang is an associate professor of marketing at Ohio University. He teaches Foundations of Professional Sales, Marketing Research, Business-to-Business Marketing, International Marketing, and Marketing Strategy.
Prior to teaching at Ohio University, Dr. Wang held research positions in international organizations, WTO and UNCTAD, both in Geneva, Switzerland. He was a contracted consultant for consulting firms such as McKinsey, AC Nielsen, Roland Berger, and Thomson Reuters-Round Table Group. His consulting expertise includes international marketing research, international trade, sourcing, and FDI, cross-cultural negotiations, strategic planning and branding, and B2B relationship marketing.
Dr. Wang earned his PhD in Marketing and International Business from the University of Texas-Pan American, an LLM in Trade Law from the Amsterdam Law School at the University of Amsterdam in the Netherlands, and an LLB in Business Law and International Relations from Qingdao University in China.
Ph.D., University of Texas-Pan American, Edinburg, Texas – Marketing/International Business
LL.M., Amsterdam Law School, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, the Netherlands – Trade Law
LL.B., Qingdao University, Qingdao, China – Business Law/International Relations
My name is Travis Davidson and I am an Assistant Professor in the Finance Department at Ohio University. I have taught at Ohio University since obtaining my PhD in Finance from Oklahoma State University in 2012. I also earned a MS in Quantitative Financial Economics from Oklahoma State University and a bachelor’s degree in MIS with a minor in Accounting from Southern Illinois University. I have experience teaching a variety of courses including: Corporate Finance, Bank Management, Risk and Insurance, and Markets and Institutions. My primary area of research is banks, but I am also interested in studying other financial institutions, corporate governance, and a variety other financial topics. I have published peer reviewed research on the Federal Home Loan Bank, bank owned life insurance, board of director busyness, and tracking stocks.
In my free time I enjoy spending as much time as possible with my 2 daughters and my wife. My hobbies include outdoor activities (hiking, backpacking, canoeing, skiing, etc.), watching live music, and traveling.
PhD from Oklahoma State University
MS in Quantitative Financial Economics from Oklahoma State University
BS in Management Information Systems from Southern Illinois University
Minor in Accounting from Southern Illinois University
Assistant Professor of Finance
I am an Assistant Professor of Finance and Robert H Freeman Fellow at Ohio University. I hold a Ph.D. in Finance with minor in Economics, Masters in Business Administration and Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering. I have taught courses on Managerial Finance, Financial Statement Analysis and Financial Modeling, International Finance, and Financial Management. I am fortunate to be the recipient of 2014-2015 Senior Class of College of Business Faculty Recognition award as well as Finance Department Teacher of the Year Award for 2013-2014 and 2014-2015 academic years. Prior to entering academics, I did project management on the corporate side. Currently, I am actively involved in investment and wealth management products. My practitioner oriented research focuses on sell-side and buy-side equity analysts, asset management and investment banking divisions as well as corporate finance and governance of public firms. I occasionally collaborate with several leading investment professionals and research executives in bulge bracket investment banks and brokerage houses on research in these areas. My work received University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School-WRDS Outstanding Paper in Empirical Research in 2014. My papers have been published in several elite and distinguished finance and real estate journals, including The Journal of Finance, Financial Management, Journal of Banking and Finance, and Journal of Real Estate Research, and also got presented at numerous high ranked research institutions.
Ph.D., Mississippi State University – Finance
M.B.A., University of Louisiana at Monroe
B.S., Istanbul Technical University – Mechanical Engineering
Dr. Marco Habermann is an Assistant Professor of Operations Management Science at Ohio University. Prior to that, he worked at the Darla Moore School of Business at the University of South Carolina. Marco received his Ph.D. in Operations Management from the University of Minnesota. He also received an MS in Economics from the University of Frankfurt, and an MBA in Finance from the University of Wisconsin.
He has primarily taught graduate MBA courses in operations management and decision analysis at the Ohio University, University of South Carolina and the University of Minnesota. He has received several awards for his excellence in teaching at these institutions.
Marco’s primary research interest is in the area of Supply Chain Disruptions. He also has an interest in two other research areas: supply chain design (and its relation to system reliability), and organizational learning within supply chains. Marco frequently publishes and serves as a referee for leading journals in these areas and is an active member of several professional organizations, including the Decision Sciences Institute, INFORMS, and the Production and Operations Management Society.
Prior to academia, Marco worked in Consulting, Investment Banking, and Economic Research with Deutsche Bank Investment Banking, McKinsey & Company, Lands’ End, and the Financial and Economic Research Institute (FERI).
- Ohio University, College of Business – Assistant Professor
- University of South Carolina, Moore School of Business – Assistant Professor
- University of Minnesota, Carlson School of Management – Graduate Teaching and Research Assistant
- Deutsche Bank Investment Banking – Research Assistant
- McKinsey&Company, Inc. – Research Assistant
Mackelprang, A., Habermann, M., Swink, M., How Firm Innovativeness and Unexpected Product Reliability Failures Affect Profitability. Journal of Operations Management. Forthcoming
Metcalf, A., Stoller, J., Fry, T.. Habermann, M. Respiratory Therapists’ Job Perceptions: The Impact of Protocol Use. Respiratory Care Journal. Forthcoming.
Habermann, M., Blackhurst, J., Metcalf, A. Keep your friends close, or far away? Supply chain design and disruption risk. Decision Sciences Journal. 2015. Vol.46(3)
Metcalf, A., Stoller, J., Fry, T.. Habermann, M. Patterns and Factors Associated with Respiratory Care Protocol Use. Respiratory Care Journal. 2015. Vol.60(5)
Habermann, M.” Supply Chain Disruptions – Theory and Practice for Empirical Research” Proceedings HICL Conference, 2012.
Habermann, M., Bernardes, E. In Kersten, W. S., Blecker, T., Luethje, C. (Ed.), Complexity In Supply Chains and the Management of Sustainability Risk (pp. 15). Schmidt Publishing. (September/October 2010).
- Outstanding Core Professor PMBA (Professional MBA) – Winner 2012 – Darla Moore School of Business, University of South Carolina
- Academy of Management Doctoral Consortium. 2007 – Selected Presenter
- Institute of Supply Chain Management Doctoral Consortium, 2006 – Selected Presenter
- Center for Advanced Procurement and Supply Research (CAPS) Travel Fellowship 2006
- Carlson School of Management Teaching Award for Excellence in Teaching During Academic Year 2005-2006
- Carlson School of Management Summer Fellowship 2006
- University of Minnesota Graduate Fellowship 2003, 2004, 2005
- McKinsey Fellowship 2001
- University of Wisconsin/University of Frankfurt Fellowship 1999-2000
Ph.D., Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota
M.B.A., University of Wisconsin-Madison
Master’s (Diplom-Kaufmann), Goethe University, Frankfurt, Germany
Bachelor’s (Vor-Diplom), Goethe University, Frankfurt, Germany
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Executive Management concentration
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