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Matthew Dixon, Assistant Professor of Finance & Statistics, in collaboration with Professor Diego Klabjan of Northwestern University, has been invited to be a mentor in the Google Summer of Code 2017. Dixon is one of approximately 10 professors from around the world invited to participate as a statistical computing in R mentor.

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A paper by Kun Li (Ph.D. Finance ‘15), Ben Van Vliet, Assistant Professor of Finance,  and Rick Cooper, Assistant Professor of Finance has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Behavioral Finance. The paper is titled “How Does High Frequency Trading Affect Low Frequency Trading?”. Kun is Assistant Professor of Finance at Beijing Normal University. 

High Frequency Trading dominates trading in financial markets. However, its impact on Low Frequency Trading is still unclear. This paper...

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Dean John Bilson is pleased to announce that Tomasz Bielecki, Professor of Applied Mathematics, College of Science, has accepted a courtesy appointment with the Stuart School of Business. This appointment will facilitate strategic collaboration and interdisciplinary research. Welcome to Stuart’s new courtesy appointee!...

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Smriti Anand's paper, "Dyadic Relationships", was recently accepted for publication in the Annual Review of Organizational Psychology and Organizational Behavior. Anand, Assistant Professor of Management, co-authored the paper with Dr. Robert Liden, University of Illinois at Chicago, and Dr. Prajya Vidyarthi, University of Texas at El Paso. The authors explore a wide range of contextual variables from workgroup characteristics to national culture that set...

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Stuart School’s new Master of Technological Entrepreneurship graduate program was recently highlighted in a Medill Reports Chicago article about the growing interest in entrepreneurship among business college students in Chicago. Nik RokopIndustry Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship, spoke to the number of start-ups launched by Illinois Tech students....

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Smriti Anand, Assistant Professor of Management, presented at the 2016 Consulting Psychology Conference in Orlando, Florida on February 7. Anand’s presentation, “The role of the leader in creating flexibility i-deals,” is based on her collaborative, interdisciplinary research with Dr. Roya Ayman (...

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Nick Thomopoulos, Professor Emeritus, recently published his tenth book, titled Elements of Manufacturing, Distribution and Logistics, through Springer Press.

This book details quantitative methods that are vital to planning and control in the operations of the industrial world, from...

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Adjunct faculty member Michael Fagel was interviewed by the Associated Press and several national media outlets regarding the recent online threat of violence against The University of Chicago. 

Read the article in The New York Times here.

Read the article in U.S. News and World Report ...

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The paper “Accelerating the Global Adoption of Electric Vehicles--Barriers and Drivers”, by Ghazale Haddadian, Clinical Assistant Professor of Operations and Energy Management,  has been accepted for publication in the December issue of Elsevier's Electricity Journal, the leading journal in electric power policy. Co-authors include Mohammad Shahidehpour, Bodine Chair Professor and Director of Robert W. Galvin Center for Electricity Innovation at IIT, and Mohammad Khodayar (Southern Methodist University)....

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Christine Miller, Clinical Associate Professor of Innovation, presented her paper “Enchanted Objects, Social Robots and the Internet of Things” at the 114th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association in Denver, November 18-22, as part of an invited panel.  Abstracts for both the presentation and the panel can be found below. 

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How do our relationships with objects change as they become less “thing-like” and more like sentient beings? This paper addresses the issues of

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