Meet Our Faculty
The Department of Finance and Quantitative Methods consists of 10 faculty, including a QFM Executive in Residence.
Department of Finance and Quantitative Methods faculty keep pace with the rapidly evolving financial marketplace through a range of research interests and consulting activities. In addition to teaching responsibilities at Bradley, faculty also conduct financial planning and management seminars for local, regional, and national businesses. The Department of Finance and Quantitative Methods also publishes the Journal of Financial and Economic Practice, a peer-reviewed journal presenting both quantitative and qualitative research within the field.
Foster College graduate faculty are diverse, teaching-oriented professionals with a wide range of expertise and a firm grasp of the current business environment.
Learn from the Experts
Professors with doctoral degrees in their disciplines and three executive-in-residence faculty members share a commitment to excellence in teaching and research. Most are regular consultants for national and international businesses. Many have made the shift from business into teaching bringing a wealth of experience, which informs their ability to present theory and demonstrate its realistic application.
The real-business experiences, scholarly achievements, and global perspectives of our talented faculty will inform and energize your learning. Our faculty continually win praise for their teaching with three of our faculty winning the Putnam Award, Bradley’s top award for outstanding teaching.
Commitment to Research
Foster College of Business faculty are known regionally, nationally, and internationally for published research in academic books, nationally adopted textbooks, and popular trade books. As researchers, Foster College of Business faculty have been recognized internationally; one receiving a prestigious Fulbright fellowship to teach in Russia and another being named a Cambridge Fellow.
Our three executives-in-residence offer participants their unique insights and business knowledge gained from their work with Fortune 500 companies. As business theory and practice continue to evolve, faculty stay on the cutting edge through consulting, conducting local, national, and international management and marketing seminars; and maintaining a variety of professional contacts.
Foster College of Business faculty investigate the workings of the global economy firsthand by teaching and researching in business settings worldwide. Faculty continually bring a wealth of observations and insights back to the classroom through their participation in programs tied to universities and businesses in England, Russia, China, Mexico, Finland, the Czech Republic, France, Hungary, Germany, and Poland.