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Undergraduate business degrees, MBA and executive education at the University of Central Florida in Orlando, FL
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Dr. Penn is a lecturer at UCF and teaches the Integrated Business Foundations course. He has taught and served students from around the world in undergraduate and graduate programs at Harvard and other institutions in the areas of business and other integrated fields such as environmental management and sustainability, film, psychology, information technology and government relations. His teaching philosophy is student-centered and involves experiential learning opportunities reflective of actual experiences you can implement in your current job, career, personal life and educational environment, with positive inspirational impact.
A graduate of Harvard, Bryant, National, Northcentral, and Western Governors Universities, the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA), and the University of the Cumberlands, Dr. Penn holds a Ph.D. in Business Administration with a concentration in Management, an Ed.D. in Educational Leadership, a Master of Fine Arts in Digital Cinema Production, a Master of Science in Information Technology Management, and a Master of Liberal Arts in Sustainability and Environmental Management with additional graduate teaching credentials in psychology, political science/government, research and writing, and statistics. He is also a graduate of the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) Bridge program. He is a passionate and progressive believer in lifelong learning and believes that whatever your mind can conceive and believe is something you can achieve!
Dr. Penn was a CEO and vice president of educational museums for 15 years, a human resources and operations manager for a Fortune 500 company for six years, a university dean and program manager and college provost and vice president for academic affairs for ten years, has served on community boards with over 40 Fortune 500 executives and community leaders for many years, and worked in The United States Congress for United States Senator Claiborne Pell in Washington, D.C.
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PhD in Economics, Stanford University, 1983
MA in Economics, Stanford University, 1981
BA in Economics, Yale University, 1976
Law and Economics
Professor of Economics, Henry B. Tippie College of Business, The University of Iowa, July 2012 – May 2019
DEO, Department of Economics, Henry B. Tippie College of Business, The University of Iowa, July 2009 – June 2012
Visiting Lecturer, Department of Economics, University of Aukland, June 1992 – August 1992
Visiting Scholar, Law School, Stanford University, January 1990 – June 1990
Visiting Associate Professor, Department of Economics, Stanford University, January 1990 – June 1990
Associate Professor of Economics, Henry B. Tippie College of Business, The University of Iowa, July 1988 – June 2012
Visiting Fellow, Centre of Policy Studies, Monash University, May 1984 – July 1984
Assistant Professor of Economics, Henry B. Tippie College of Business, The University of Iowa, July 1981 – June 1988
Instructor, Department of Economics, Stanford University, June 1980 – August 1980
Reseach Assistant, Electric Power Research Institute, January 1978 – June 1979
Economist, Federal Energy Administration, August 1976 – July 1977
Krautmann, A. C., Solow, J. L. (2015). (Ma)lingering on the Disabled List. (Vols. 33). (4), pp. 689-697. Contemporary Economic Policy.
Solow, J. L., Krautmann, A. C. (2011). A Nash Bargaining Model of the Salaries of Elite Free Agents. Journal of Sports Economics, 12, 309-316.
Solow, J. L., Anthony, K. (2009). The Dynamics of Performance over the Duration of Major League Baseball Long-Term Contracts. Journal of Sports Economics, 10(1), 6-22.
Solow, J. L., Krautmann, A. C. (2007). Leveling the Playing Field or Just Lowering Salaries?. Southern Economic Journal, 73:04:00, 947-958.
Solow, J. L., Fletcher, D. (2006). Doing Good Economics in the Courtroom: Thoughts on Daubert and Expert Testimony in Antitrust. Journal of Corporation Law, 31, 489-502.
Paarsch, H. J., Pastorino, E. & Solow, J. L. (2013). The Incentive Power of Implicit and Explicit Contracts in Baseball.
Coates, D., Solow, J. L., Krautmann, A. C. (2009). Franchise Tags in the NFL.
Baumol (deceased), W. J., Blinder, A. S. & Solow, J. L. (2019). Economics: Principles and Policy. (14) Boston, MA: Cengage.
Solow, J. L., von Allmen, P. (2016). “Performance, Expectations, Contracts and Job Security”. In Research Handbook of Employment Relations and Sport, M Barry, J. Skinner and T. Engelberg, eds. (978 1 78347 045 7), pp. 46-68. Edward Elgar Publishing.
von Allmen, P., Solow, J. L. (2012). The Demand for Aggressive Behavior in American Stock Car Racing. pp. 79-95. Springer.
Solow, J. L., Krautmann, A. C. (2012). Salary Caps in a Model of Talent Allocation. Springer.
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Sean Dennis joined the Kenneth G. Dixon School of Accounting at the University of Central Florida in 2019. Prior to this, he served on the faculty at the University of Kentucky. He holds a BBA in Accounting and an MS in Accountancy from the University of Notre Dame and a Ph.D. in Accounting from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Prior to his doctoral studies, he worked in the audit practice at KPMG. During his time at KPMG, he served clients in the financial services industry, including Wachovia Corporation and Wells Fargo and Company. He maintains a Florida CPA license and a North Carolina CPA license.
Dennis currently teaches undergraduate auditing. In this role, he strives to empower his students to ask difficult questions, understand situations and think critically. He also conducts research that addresses how auditors can preserve and enhance the value they add to the financial reporting process. His research addresses judgment and decision making around artificial intelligence (AI), complex estimates, auditor reports, fraud brainstorming and auditor liability. His research has been presented nationally and internationally, and has been published in Accounting Horizons, Accounting, Organizations and Society, The Accounting Review, Behavioral Research in Accounting and Current Issues in Auditing. He and his wife (also an accountant) have three young children.
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Kenneth Lay is the Founder and Managing Partner of Change Leadership LLC, an executive coaching, strategic planning and leadership development consultancy. Ken is passionate about enhancing leadership and organizational skills by focusing on culture, strategy, alignment and execution. With more than three decades of experience in business and the public sector, he brings a wealth of experience in helping to build more effective organizations.
Ken is also an Adjunct Instructor in the Management Department in the College of Business at the University of Central Florida. He teaches courses in the Management, Integrated Business and DeVos programs. He brings a focus on leadership, process and ethical business practices that he hopes will serve students well as they embark on their own careers.
Ken is an experienced senior executive with a unique background in Public Policy, Sales, Information Technology, Operations, Marketing and Human Resources within financial services, government and information technology organizations. He has held executive leadership positions with IBM, JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America and Citizens Bank. Ken also served as the Secretary of Revenue for North Carolina.
Ken currently serves on the board of Second Harvest Food Bank and is a volunteer consultant with the Orange County Youth Mental Health Commission.
Ken earned an MA in Social & Organizational Psychology from Columbia University and a BBA from the University of Notre Dame. Ken and his wife, Toi, reside in Orlando.
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Brian earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Education from the University of Miami and a Master of Science degree in Educational Leadership from UCF. Brian has four years of experience in housing and residence life, career coaching, job placement and employer relations. Brian coaches seniors in their final semester seeking professional experience. He guides them through their job search journey and will recommend students that fit partnering employers’ specific hiring needs.
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Dr. Mullally is an Assistant Professor of Finance in the College of Business at the University of Central Florida. Prior to joining UCF, Dr. Mullally served as an Assistant Professor of Finance for three years in the Culverhouse College of Commerce at the University of Alabama. He received his Ph.D. and MS degrees in Finance from Georgia State University in Atlanta and earned his BS in Mathematics Education from UCF.
Dr. Mullally’s research interests are in the areas of institutional investors, financial markets and behavioral finance. His original research has been published in the Journal of Finance and the Journal of Financial Economics. It has also been featured in publications such as Bloomberg and the Wall Street Journal. Dr. Mullally’s research has been presented at prestigious conferences such as the Western Finance Association meetings, the American Finance Association meetings and the China International Conference in Finance. He has presented his research in six different countries and 10 states. Dr. Mullally has also been recognized for his teaching. He received the MBA Faculty Excellence as well as the untenured tenure track Instructional Excellence Awards at the University of Alabama.
Prior to getting his Ph.D., Dr. Mullally taught high school mathematics and coached basketball in Jacksonville, Florida.
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Gish earned his Ph.D. in Management from the University of Oregon’s Lundquist College of Business before joining the Department of Management faculty at UCF as an Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship. His research focuses on entrepreneur behavior including how entrepreneurs decide to found new ventures and make critical business decisions. Gish founded multiple businesses with successful exits and now invests in other founders and their entrepreneurial ventures. He has also served as research director and academic advisor to angel investing groups and mentored many entrepreneurs during the early stages of venture development and implementation.
Gish’s research has appeared in journals such as the Journal of Business Venturing and Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice.
University of Oregon, Ph.D. in Management, 2019.
Washington State University, Master of Engineering and Technology Management, 2006.
Washington State University, B.A. in Social Sciences, 2001.
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Dane P. Blevins is an Associate Professor of Management at the University of Central Florida. His research interests span a diverse range of topics and include areas such as corporate governance, entrepreneurship, gender, initial public offerings, methodological issues, new ventures, organizational reputation and signaling theory. His work appears in journals such as Academy of Management Review, Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice, Organizational Research Methods, Organization Science, Strategic Management Journal and Strategic Organization among others.
Before joining academia, he worked in the investment banking industry. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Texas at Dallas, his MBA from North Carolina State University and his undergraduate degree from Northeastern University.
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Hometown: Waterloo, Belgium
Undergraduate Institution: University of Charleston
Undergraduate Degree: B.S. in Business Administration and Sport Business; Minor in Integrate Communication
Current G.A.: Dr. C. Keith Harrison
Career Aspirations: Community Relations, Operations (Event, Player, Facility/Stadium, etc.), Sponsorship Activation/Sales
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Hometown: Denham Springs, LA
Undergraduate Institution: Louisiana State University
Undergraduate Degree: B.A. in Sport Administration, Minor in Business
Current G.A.: The Institute for Diversity and Ethics in Sports
Career Aspirations: Data Analytics, Marketing, Sponsorship Activation/Sales
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Hometown: Clermont, FL
Undergraduate Institution: University of Central Florida
Undergraduate Degree: B.S, in Sport and Exercise Science
Career Aspirations: Marketing, Data Analytics, Player Development
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