Faculty in the News

Michael Luchs
How Wisely Are You Spending Your Money?

For the past few years, Dr. Michael Luchs and his team have used survey data to test and refine the many dimensions of consumer wisdom. As a result, they developed the first-ever Consumer Wisdom Scale (CWS) which measures the six dimensions of consumer wisdom.

COVID Dashboard
Mason School Faculty Publish Research on Effectiveness of COVID-19 Dashboards

Wilck, McCoy, and Pietz surveyed 25 different publicly available data analytics dashboards, 18 of which were endorsed by the Center for Disease Control (CDC), representative of five different sectors including academia, research, government, news, and independent sources.

Professors Vladimir Atanasov and John Merrick
Mason School Professors Recognized for Research Study on Bond-Fund Investment Tactics

William & Mary Raymond A. Mason School of Business Professors Vladimir Atanasov and John Merrick, along with their colleague Philipp Schuster of the University of Stuttgart, recently published their study on the pricing of small mortgage security odd lots and special bond-fund investments they label single-fund securities.

Professors Allred and McSweeney
Enjoying the Fellowship of Clare Hall: Professor Tom McSweeney and Professor Brent Allred

For Brent Allred, a professor at the Raymond A. Mason School of Business, and Tom McSweeney, a professor at William & Mary Law School, semester-long residencies in 2019 at Clare Hall offered time to concentrate on their scholarship, engage with an international group of fellows and graduate students from different disciplines, and enjoy Cambridge’s centuries-old grounds, history and traditions.

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Q&A: Inga Carboni on networking in the New Year

Inga Carboni, an associate professor at William & Mary's Raymond A. Mason School of Business, is the author of 2019's "Connect the Dots How to Build, Nurture, and Leverage Your Network to Achieve Your Personal and Professional Goals."

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Karen Locke Receives Distinguished Career Award

Earlier this summer, Karen Locke, the Pat and Margaret Walsh Professor in Leadership and Ethics at the Raymond A. Mason School of Business, was awarded the Academy of Management's Research Methods Division Distinguished Career Award.

Jefferson Lab
W&M professors analyze Jefferson Lab economic, intellectual impact

Just how much the presence of the Department of Energy’s Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility influences Hampton Roads, Virginia and the world is evident in two William & Mary professors’ recent economic impact study on the facility.