Dean Matthew J. Slaughter recently announced the promotion Ellie Kyung, and the reappointment of five Tuck faculty members, effective July 1, 2016.
Kyung, a member of the marketing faculty at Tuck, has been promoted to associate professor (without tenure). Kyung joined Tuck in 2010 and teaches the core MBA Marketing course, as well as the lively and popular Research-to-Practice Seminar, Time in the Consumer Mind, which explores how the psychology of time influences consumer decision-making.
Kyung holds a Ph.D. and M.Phil. from New York University and a BA from Yale. Prior to joining Tuck, she was a consultant at the Monitor Group, where she worked on projects focused on marketing and multichannel strategy and served as co-director of Marketspace’s Applied Interface Research Lab. She is currently faculty director of the Tuck Behavioral Lab, and a recipient of the 3M Non-Tenured Faculty Award. In the 2016-17 academic year, Kyung will be the Raether Faculty Fellow at Tuck.
Kyung’s research focuses on how memory and mindsets influence consumer decision-making. She is currently researching how memory and mindsets can influence the accuracy of consumer price memory and issues related to consumer privacy. Her work has been published in several leading journals, including the Journal of Marketing Research, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, the Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, and Psychonomic Bulletin & Review.
|Dirk Black, Felipe Severino, Daniel Feiler and Anup Srivastava|
Dean Slaughter also announced the reappointment of four assistant professors: Dirk Black, a member of the accounting group, whose current research focuses on management incentives and financial reporting and firm risk; Felipe Severino, a finance group member, whose research interests focus on the interaction of corporate finance, entrepreneurship, household finance, and real estate; Daniel Feiler, a member of the strategy and management group and Revers Faculty Fellow at Tuck, who studies managerial decision-making at the intersection of organizational behavior, cognitive psychology, and management science; and Anup Srivastava, a member of the accounting group, whose areas of interest include earnings quality, management forecasts, CEO pay, and executive stock options.