Faculty & Staff News

Luciana Echazu

Luciana Echazú named associate dean for undergraduate education

Tuesday, July 28, 2020
Paul College welcomes Luciana Echazú as our new associate dean for undergraduate education and associate professor of economics. She will join us August 15. Lu currently is associate dean of undergraduate programs and operations and associate professor of economics and financial studies at Clarkson University’s David D. Reh School of Business, an R2 stem-focused private university in upstate New York. Read More
Billur Akdeniz

The interactive effects of product and brand portfolio strategies on brand performance

Wednesday, July 22, 2020
Our research (with Ahmet H. Kirca, Praneet Randhawa, and Berk Talay) on the interactive effects of product and brand portfolio strategies on brand performance is now published at IJRM - International Journal of Research in Marketing. https://lnkd.in/exNHehw Read More

Atkins and Adjunct Co-write News blog content

Tuesday, July 21, 2020
B.B.A. '21 candidate and Atkins Investment Group sector analyst, Ben Kfoury, and Adjunct Instructor of Business Law and Finance, Alex Talcott, published a piece on a Midwest private equity firm's blog analyzing a major financial media outlet's prognostication of Real Estate Investment Trust performance in 2020. Read More
Sustainability fellows and Social Innovation interns of UNH’s Sustainability Institute

Students continue sustainability projects during pandemic

Wednesday, July 15, 2020
The Sustainability fellows and Social Innovation interns of UNH’s Sustainability Institute began their summer in May by connecting with each other and building their professional networks — virtually. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 17 fellowships and 13 internships were modified to be completely remote. Participants and mentors saw this as a challenge — but not a barrier — to a meaningful experience and the progression of sustainable change. Paul College students participating in these programs include Britta McCarthy, Brandi McKay, Christen Redding, Johanna Rewuki, Isabella Ronson... Read More
BiP Instructor Kim Clark

Struggling small businesses get help from Paul students

Wednesday, July 15, 2020
Internships fell by the wayside at many companies this year, but some college students still found a way to get valuable experience while helping small businesses adapt to a new business environment. Paul College students are working as unpaid consultants helping New Hampshire businesses pivot during the Covid pandemic. Read More
Brad Herring

Brad Herring named new McKerley Chair in Health Economics

Wednesday, July 15, 2020
Brad Herring, associate professor in the Department of Health Policy and Management at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, has been named the new Forrest D. McKerley Endowed Chair in Health Economics. It is a joint appointment in Paul College and the School of Health and Human Services and Herring will hold the rank of professor with tenure. UNH's McKerley Chair was established in 2000 through the generosity of Forrest D. McKerley, who graduated from the university in 1957 with a B.S. in business administration. McKerley was involved in the health care field for most of... Read More
john hasseldine

The Ethics of Tax Practice

Wednesday, July 15, 2020
In research funded by the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) and reported in the Journal of Business Ethics, Professor of Accounting John Hasseldine and two co-authors recently explored the delicate balance accountants must strike in serving the public interest by experimentally examining potential tensions between these two ethical principles of integrity and client advocacy. Read More
Ju-Chin Huang

The Cost of Clean Air

Wednesday, July 15, 2020
How can you put a price tag on the benefits of cleaning up the air, shoring up diminishing water supplies, or producing less garbage? It’s not easy; but it’s absolutely vital, as one of the biggest challenges in setting policy to pursue sustainability goals is assessing the economic value of the benefits of nonmarket goods. Paul College Professor of Economics Ju-Chin Huang and her colleagues far and wide are doing just that: providing a body of reliable and credible data that’s helping policy makers answer these and other questions. Read More
rachel Campagna

You Better Read this Article…or Else!

Wednesday, July 15, 2020
Daughter of an arbitrator and attorney, Rachel Campagna grew up in a home where negotiation was done for sport. She almost went into law but preferred to study the art of negotiation instead. Her examination of the impact of trust between parties on their negotiation and post-negotiation behaviors, specifically the extent to which trust motivates effort and cooperative behavior after the deal, challenges perceived wisdom, and has landed her work in top journals such as the Journal of Applied Psychology and Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. Read More
andrea kokolis

Andrea Kokolis Named Paul J. Holloway Entrepreneur of the Year

Wednesday, July 15, 2020
Andrea Kokolis ’73, ’77G, who has spent her career in the technology sector, helping start-up and early stage companies develop and achieve growth objectives and execute against exit strategies, was this year named UNH’s Paul J. Hollway Entrepreneur of the Year. https://www.unh.edu/unhtoday/2020/06/andrea-kokolis-named-paul-j-holloway-entrepreneur-year Read More