Department of Finance | Fisher College of Business

November 30, 2016: “Is the American Public Corporation in Trouble?”

Research by René Stulz, Professor of Finance and Everett D. Reese Chair of Banking and Monetary Economics and his co-author, Kathleen Kahle, a graduate of Fisher’s PhD program in Finance has been covered by Fortune and CNBC. "Is the American Public Corporation in Trouble?”

Finance faculty research cited in an article in Institutional Investor

Prof. Michael Weisbach and Prof. Berk Sensoy’s research on “Measuring Institutional Investors Skill from their Investments in Private Equity” was used as a reference in an article written by Leanna Orr entitled “Skill Pays Off When Allocating to Private Equity”.

Faculty member receives undergraduate teaching award

Matt Sheridan, Senior Lecturer in Finance, receives the 2017 Max M. Fisher Faculty Eminence Award. This award celebrates a Fisher faculty member whose undergraduate teaching is transformational.

Faculty members honored at 2016 Pace Setters Award Ceremony

Kewei Hou, Associate Professor of Finance, was honored with the 2016 Pace Setters Faculty Research Award at the annual Pace Setters Awards on March 4, 2016. The award recognizes a Fisher faculty member who had made notable research contributions in his/her field of research. Prof. Hou Kewei, an international scholar in the area of empirical asset pricing, has produced a body of work that is impactful and highly visible globally in both the academic and practitioner communities.

Matt Sheridan, Senior Lecturer of Finance, was honored with the 2016 Daniel Westerbeck Undergraduate Teaching Award at the annual Pace Setters Awards on March 4, 2016. The award recognizes a faculty member in the undergraduate program for his/her teaching excellence, as determined by student input. Drawing on professional experiences as a Corporate Credit Analyst and Portfolio Manager at Cincinnati Financial as well as a Financial Market Data Consultant at Bloomberg, in New York, Matt enhances students’ learning with valuable hands-on applications of theory to practical investment decisions.

Specialized Master in Finance program ranked among the best in the United States by the Financial Times.

Partnership brings together Fisher students and Diamond Hill analysts

Saying Goodbye to a Dear Colleague

It is with a sad heart that we announce the unexpected passing of our dear friend and colleague, Paul Weinstock. Paul has been a fixture at the Fisher College of Business for the past 19 years, teaching many courses in the finance as well as the real estate field. Paul was someone who cared deeply about his students and who always found an encouraging word. We will miss him greatly and send our sincere condolences to his family and friends.

Paul's full obituary.


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