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Meet New AHANA Faculty

Part 1

RON ANCRUM

 

RON ANCRUM

Position: Associate professor for macro practice, School of Social Work

MS: University of Massachusetts McCormack Institute

MPA: Institute for Educational Leadership

Academic interests: Nonprofit organizations, evaluation, planning, and leadership

Representative publication: “Executive Director Tenure and Transition in Southern New England” (with S. Maas, G. Randall, and K. Liss), New England Executive Transitions Partnership, 2004

 
CHERYL S. BRATT

 

CHERYL S. BRATT

Position: Assistant professor of legal reasoning, research, and writing, Law School

Ph.D.: University of Michigan

Academic interests: Family law and education law

Representative publication: “Doing Like the Locals Do: Using the Legal Writing Classroom to Teach Local-Rule Practice,” Perspectives: Teaching Legal Research and Writing, 2014

 
QILE CHEN

 

QILE CHEN

Position: Assistant professor of mathematics, Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences

Ph.D.: Brown University

Academic interests: Algebraic geometry, moduli spaces and their applications to mathematical physics and birational geometry

Representative publication: “Logarithmic Stable Maps to Deligne-Faltings Pairs I,” Annals of Mathematics, 2014

 
JULIA CHUANG

 

JULIA CHUANG

Position: Assistant professor of sociology, Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences

Ph.D.: University of California, Berkeley

Academic interests: Sociology of development, ethnography, migration, Asia, and Asian America

Representative publication: “Factory Girls After the Factory: Female Return Migrations in Rural China,” Gender & Society, 2016

 
SOKIENTE DAGOGO-JACK

 

SOKIENTE DAGOGO-JACK

Position: Assistant professor of marketing, Carroll School of Management

Ph.D.: University of Washington

Academic interests: Nonconscious effects of brand identity elements

Representative publication: “Activating Stereotypes with Brand Imagery: The Role of Viewer Political Identity” (with J. Angle, M. Forehand, and A. Perkins), Journal of Consumer Psychology, 2016

 
PABLO GUERRON

 

PABLO GUERRON

Position: Associate professor of economics, Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences

Ph.D.: Northwestern University

Academic interests: Macroeconomics

Representative publication: “Fiscal Volatility Shocks and Economics Activity” (with J. Fernandez-Villaverde, K. Kuester, and J. Rubio-Ramirez), American Economic Review, 2015

 
TINGLIANG HUANG

 

TINGLIANG HUANG

Position: Assistant professor of operations management, Carroll School of Management

Ph.D.: Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management

Academic interests: Operations management, supply chain management, and the interfaces of operations, marketing, and economics

Representative publication: “Strategic Capacity Management When Customers Have Boundedly Rational Expectations” (with Q. Liu), Production and Operations Management, 2015

 
SHAKEEB KHAN

 

SHAKEEB KHAN

Position: Professor of economics, Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences

Ph.D.: Princeton University

Academic interests: Econometrics and applied econometrics

Representative publication: “Identification of Panel Data Models with Endogenous Censoring” (with M. Ponomareva and E. Tamer), Journal of Econometrics, 2016

 
DEOKSOON KIM

 

DEOKSOON KIM

Position: Assistant professor of teacher education/special education, curriculum, and instruction, Lynch School of Education

Ph.D.: University of New Mexico

Academic interests: Second language and bilingual processes, integrating instructional technology in teacher education

Representative publication: “One Wiki, Two Groups: Dynamic Interactions Across ESL Collaborative Writing Tasks” (with M. Li), Journal of Second Language Writing, 2016

 
TZUO HANN LAW

 

TZUO HANN LAW

Position: Assistant professor of economics, Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences

Ph.D.: University of Pennsylvania

Academic interests: Macroeconomics, computational economics, and labor economics

Representative publication: “Identifying Equilibrium Models of Labor Market Sorting” (with I. Manovskii and M. Hagedorn), Econometrica, 2016

 
ZHUOXIN (ALLEN) LI

 

ZHUOXIN (ALLEN) LI

Position: Assistant professor of information systems, Carroll School of Management

Ph.D.: University of Texas at Austin

Academic interests: Economics of information and digital innovation, crowdfunding and digital entrepreneurship, IT-enabled supply chain and inter-organizational collaboration, and mobile health technologies

Representative publication: “Supplier Encroachment as an Enhancement or a Hindrance to Nonlinear Pricing” (with S. Gilbert and G. Lai), Production and Operations Management, 2014