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Darla Moore School of Business

Management successes

The Moore School recently announced some of their senior faculty members were recognized as Moore Fellows, were promoted to advanced titles or were named as chairs of their departments. They also welcomed new faculty members.

The management department recognized: 

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Lynn McFarland

  • BPF Dean's Fellow
  • Management assistant professor
  • 7 years with the Moore School

MAIN RESEARCH INTERESTS
Understanding the candidate experience from both the job seeker’s perspective and the organization’s perspective and understanding how organizations can more effectively recruit a diverse workforce

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DJ Schepker

  • Moore Research Fellow
  • Management associate professor; research director, Center for Executive Succession
  • 9 years with the Moore School

MAIN RESEARCH INTERESTS
Executive succession, corporate governance, strategic leadership, boardroom and executive leadership team dynamics

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Scott Turner

  • Moore Fellow
  • Management associate professor
  • 14 years with the Moore School

MAIN RESEARCH INTERESTS
How organizations balance competing pressures and particularly those involving efficiency/stability and innovation/change

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Anthony Nyberg

  • Management department chair; promoted in 2021
  • 13 years with the Moore School

MAIN RESEARCH INTERESTS
How organizations compete through people, specifically the strategic role of pay in their attraction, emergence, retention and motivation, including those in the C-suite

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Edwyna Hill

  • Management assistant professor; joined the Moore School in fall 2021

MAIN RESEARCH INTERESTS
Influence of affective experiences on the leadership process

Moore Fellows are the school’s highest honor for tenure-track faculty at the various stages of their careers and each has a term of 3 years.


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