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The Accounting Faculty at the Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business and College of Business Administration is a unique mix of both experimental and archival scholars. They are a close-knit group who are often spotted biking along Pittsburgh’s many trails when they are not in Mervis Hall discussing their research or teaching classes. Over the last few years, Katz has recruited some of the finest accounting scholars who are making an impact in the classroom and in research.
J. Jeffrey Inman, associate dean for research and faculty and the Albert Wesley Frey Professor of Marketing at the University of Pittsburgh Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business, was elected Editor in Chief of the Journal of Consumer Research, the most prestigious journal focused on scholarly research that describes and explains consumer behavior. Empirical, theoretical, and methodological articles that span fields as diverse as psychology, marketing, sociology, economics, healthcare, and anthropology are featured in this interdisciplinary journal.
In recognition of his exceptional contributions, John E. Prescott, the Thomas O' Brien Chair of Strategy and Professor of Business Administration at the University of Pittsburgh Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business and College of Business Administration, has been awarded the University of Pittsburgh's 2017 Provost's Award for Excellence in Mentoring.
Jay Sukits, Clinical Assistant Professor of Business Administration, is the inaugural recipient of the CFA Society Pittsburgh’s Excellence in Financial Literacy Education Award. The award recognizes educators who best demonstrate a commitment to financial literacy education in the spirit and tenants of the CFA designation.
Timely access to medical care is extremely important for military veterans, especially those with serious medical conditions.
In 2015, the Veterans Health Administration (VHA) embarked on a new initiative intended to improve access to care at its hospitals across the country, called MyVA Access. But was the program working?