USF School of Management Faculty
Alphabetical List of USF School of Management Faculty
Professor Barry W. Doyle is a much-admired leader and educator in the undergraduate, MBA, and Executive MBA programs, having been with the School of Management since 1984. Working with universities throughout the world, Professor Doyle helps coordinate and evaluate academic programs, serving as acting Faculty Director at China Resources Holding Company and Guangzhou Enterprises, overseeing their Executive MBA Distance Learning Program as well as teaching basic and advanced corporate finance....
Ph.D., Finance, University of Oregon, 1985, M.S., Management Science, University of California, Berkeley, 1979, B.A., Psychology, Dartmouth College, 1970
Assistant Professor Tatiana Fedyk is an experienced financial analyst and consultant who, before teaching at USF, held teaching positions at the University of California at Berkeley and Arizona State University. She teaches accountancy, financial information analysis and cost management. Her research interests include R&D overinvestment, real earnings management, financial management tools, accounting value relevance and underlying volatility. In her teaching, Dr. Fedyk combines her...
B.S., Mechanics and Mathematics, Moscow State University, 1988, M.S., Mechanical Engineering, Moscow State University, 1990, C.P.A., Certified Public Accountant, Moscow, Russia, 1996, Ph.D., Accounting, University of California at Berkeley, 2008
Jean-Marc Fullsack, Executive Chef and Instructor in the Hospitality Management Program, was born in France where he trained in classical French cuisine and graduated from the Hotel and Restaurant School, Ecole Hôtelière, in Strasbourg. While Chef Fullsack worked in first-class restaurants, hotels, private clubs, and in food service management, one of the highlights in his culinary career was preparing dinner for President Bill Clinton and his family at the White House. Chef Fullsack’s...
CAP, Ecole Hôtelière de Strasbourg, Strasbourg, France, 1972
Ken Goldstein is a professor of Politics at the University of San Francisco and Faculty Director of the USF in DC program. Before joining the University of San Francisco, Goldstein was a professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison where he won the University of Wisconsin's Kellet Award for his career research accomplishments and the Chancellor's Award for excellence in teaching. Goldstein is one of the country's premier experts on the use and impact of political advertising. He has...
PhD, American Politics and Research Methodology, University of Michigan
Use and Impact of political advertising
Assistant Professor John Gonzales is internationally recognized for his service work as an economist focusing on transition economies, emerging market economics, and monetary policy. With the aim of helping his students develop a more comprehensive understanding of the intricate and interdependent network of variables that affect our global economy, Gonzales teaches courses in capital market theory, corporate finance, investment and analysis, micro and macroeconomics, monetary economics, equity...
Ph.D., Economics, University of Wisconsin, 1983, M.A., Economics, University of Wisconsin, 1980, B.A., Economics, California State University, Fullerton, 1978
Carol Graham joined USF's Department of Accounting as a faculty member in 1998. Carol has a PhD in Accounting & Finance from the University of Strathclyde, Scotland. Her research focuses primarily on the stock market implications of financial information. She has also recently published pedagogical research and work related to social justice.
Ph.D., Accounting & Finance, University of Strathclyde, Scotland, U.K., 1995, Visiting Ph.D. student, Department of Accounting, New York University, NY, 1992 – 1994 , B.A., Business Administration (Accounting), University of Strathclyde, Scotland, U.K., 1989
Professor Thomas Grossman is a researcher and educator who enables students and alumni to harness the power of analytics to lead their organizations. His research and teaching encompasses spreadsheet engineering, business analytics, management of spreadsheets within organizations, analysis-driven process improvement, and the use of analytical spreadsheet models. One of Dr. Grossman's key specialties is helping students and organizations improve their managerial communication of analytic results...
PhD, Management Science & Engineering, Stanford University, 1994, MS, Engineering-Economic Systems, Stanford University, 1985, BS, Mechanical Engineering, University of Illinois at Urbana, 1984
Spreadsheet engineering, spreadsheet analytics, business analytics, and spreadsheet information systems
Assistant Professor Joohyung Ha teaches accounting grounded in the Jesuit principles of educating the whole person with the aim to develop business leaders with high ethical standards. Dr. Ha’s research interests include financial reporting, valuation, market anomaly, and agency costs. She has taught financial and managerial accounting at various universities throughout the country. Dr. Ha’s current interests are focused on the impact of accounting information on capital markets. Her work...
Ph.D., Accounting, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK, 2011, M.S.F., Finance, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA, 2006, M.P.A., Professional Accounting, University of Texas, Austin, TX, 2005, B.S. Accounting, University of Ulsan, South Korea, 2004
Catherine Horiuchi, Associate Professor and Program Director of the Master of Public Administration program, employs her extensive multi-disciplinary expertise in organizational theory, public administration and analysis, quantitative methods, statistics, and emerging technologies—with the continuing aim of serving her students in her role as educator. Dr. Horiuchi is the former Associate Dean of Academic Affairs for the School of Management, where she led the recruitment, development, and...
DPA, Public Administration, University of Southern California, 2001, Graduate Studies in Linguistics and Computer Science, University of California, San Diego, 1982–84 , MA, Linguistics, University of Utah 1978, BA, Latin (magna cum laude), University of Utah, 1975
Organizational theory, Public administration and analysis, Quantitative methods, Statistics, Emerging technologies