Doctoral Students Anil Doshi and Frank Nagle selected as top ten finalists at the 2014 SMS Conference.
Two of our doctoral students, Anil Doshi and Frank Nagle, both in the Technology and Operations Management (TOM) program have been selected as finalists for prestigious awards at this year's SMS Conference.
Anil will be highlighed as a finalist for the SMS Best Conference PhD Paper prize, with Frank highlighted for the SMS Best Conference Paper Prize. The PhD prize is awarded in recognition of a PhD candidate's presentation at the conference of an outstanding paper on which he/she is the primary author. The Conference Paper Prize honors the best paper presented at the conference based on the soundness of conceptual development, the originality, the methodology applied, the relevance to practice, and the communication of the central ideas of the work.
Anil and Frank will have the opportunity to present their work at the 34th Strategic Management Society (SMS) Annual International Conference in Spain at the end of September.
Doctoral Student Silvia Belezza's research featured in Wall Street Journal and HBS Working Knowledge.
One of our fifth year doctoral students Silvia Belezza (Marketing) has been featured in the Wall Street Journal and HBS Working Knowledge
for her work on what is being dubbed the "red sneaker effect" looking
at how dress code effects perceptions of status and how a more casual
look can increase your social capital.