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School welcomes new faculty members

Wednesday, July 18, 2012

LAWRENCE — After a successful season of hiring tenured and tenure-track faculty members, the University of Kansas School of Business welcomes eight new instructors to campus.

Brad Goldie, assistant professor from Pennsylvania State University, and Lei Li, assistant professor from Boston College, join the school's finance area.

Min-Young Kim, assistant professor from the University of Illinois, joins the school's international business faculty.

Tom Kubick, assistant professor from the University of Nebraska, will teach tax in the school's accounting area.

Jessica Li, assistant professor from Arizona State University, and Noelle Nelson, assistant professor from the University of Minnesota, join the school's marketing area.

Scott Whisenant, associate professor from the University of Houston, joins the accounting area. Lori Whisenant also joins the area as a lecturer in tax.



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