About our Faculty

The faculty of the Raymond A. Mason School of Business are committed to creating and sharing knowledge that advances the science and practice of effective and ethical management. Insights from their research inform fellow academics, improve industry practices, shape public policy, and fuel evidence-based decision making.

In addition to publishing in the top academic journals and other scholarly outlets, our faculty are active in professional organizations; have founded and run companies; consult for small and large organizations in the private, public, and non-profit sectors; and serve on boards and in public policy think-tanks.

Our faculty, known for their dedication to teaching, use their scholarship and expertise to mentor and nurture students at all levels - from undergraduates to executives - to develop leaders who impact society and lives in meaningful ways.

Faculty in the News

  • Empowering Employees and Fostering Meaningful Work: Professor David Long's Insights on the Power of Variety

    Empowering Employees and Fostering Meaningful Work: Professor David Long's Insights on the Power of Variety

    Professor David Long, an associate professor at William & Mary's Raymond A. Mason School of Business, is a thought leader in employee empowerment and job satisfaction. He emphasizes the importance of variety at work as a key factor in fostering team member empowerment and meaningful work. In a world where millions of workers are quitting their jobs, understanding and addressing the needs and desires of employees is crucial for retaining high performers and improving morale and engagement.
  • Business Smarts Biz Schools Begin Prepping Students for Work’s AI Future

    Business smarts: Biz schools begin prepping students for work’s AI future

    Since the public debut of OpenAI’s ChatGPT generative artificial intelligence platform in November 2022, business leaders have been avidly exploring the benefits and potentials of generative AI. And business schools have accordingly come to see the need to integrate AI training into their curricula to ensure graduates are prepared to succeed in fast-changing workplaces where generative AI may be here to stay.
  • Navigating the Data Highway

    Navigating the Data Highway with Professor Rajiv Kohli: Smart Cars and Privacy Concerns

    With rapidly advancing technology, our vehicles are no longer just modes of transportation; they have evolved into sophisticated data hubs on wheels. Connected smart cars, equipped with an array of sensors and communication systems, have the potential to revolutionize our driving experience. However, as these vehicles gather and transmit vast amounts of data, it raises important questions about individual privacy, security, and the need for regulatory oversight.


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Take Stock of Your Personal Brand

William & Mary's Dawn Edmiston joins Leadership & Business podcast to discuss the importance of keeping your personal brand up to date.