Former bank examiner for the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. Widely published in empirical corporate finance areas and member of American Finance Association. Recipient of numerous Katz teaching and research awards.
At Pitt's Katz Graduate School of Business, we ensure that our graduate students are well-versed in global business, no matter which industry or career they pursue. Our goal is to mold them for leadership roles in international business, and to date, we've been successful: Katz alumni work in nearly 90 countries worldwide. (Check out the story of Anthony Williams.)
We prepare Katz graduate students by developing their understanding of emerging and established markets, both through classroom experiences and international travel. Through our International Business Center and the Katz Executive MBA Worldwide program, which operates in Pittsburgh, Prague, and São Paulo, we offer a unique mix of immersion-based experiences.
Global Research Practicum: This three-credit course involves studying another country's economic system and then traveling abroad to complete a research project in the country. Past locations include Chile, India, Russia, and countries throughout Europe.
Global Management Certificate: This MBA certificate takes 10.5 credits to complete. Courses include core business units in the international context and an international experience-based learning component.
Foreign Language Training: Offered through the International Business Center and Pitt, foreign language instruction is available to small groups of Katz students. Chinese, German, Portuguese, and Spanish are among the most popular language options.