Selected Faculty Research


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ACRE: “It’s a W”
This commentary is authored by KC Conway, MAI, CRE, CCIM, director of research at Culverhouse’s Alabama Center for Real Estate, Read more.
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Culverhouse Researchers Examine Stress of Pandemic on Decision-Making
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – Researchers at The University of Alabama were awarded a grant to see if the long-term effects of Read more.
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Late April Updates on Coronavirus Research and Outreach at Culverhouse
Recently, the Culverhouse College of Business highlighted some ways that its faculty, staff, and outreach centers have approached tackling the Read more.
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ACRE Provides Resources and Expert Commentary on COVID-19
The Alabama Center for Real Estate, or ACRE, is a research and outreach center located within the Culverhouse College of Read more.
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Hochstein, Baker Research Highlighted in Baylor’s Keller Center Research Report
The Keller Center located in Baylor University’s Hankamer School of Business recently featured Culverhouse faculty members Dr. Bryan Hochstein and Dr. Read more.
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Pandemics and Exponential Growth
This article appeared first on the website of Significance magazine. By Dr. Jim Cochran, Associate Dean for Research at Culverhouse During Read more.
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Chakraborti Wins Fulbright, Second of Career
Acclaimed statistician Dr. Subha Chakraborti, the Robert C. & Rosa P. Morrow Faculty Excellence Fellow and professor in Culverhouse’s Department Read more.
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On Music and Work
A recent BBC article explored the notion of whether listening to music helps us become better workers. It quoted Karen Read more.
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Cochran on Coronavirus Testing: Why We Need More Tests than We Think
This article appeared first on the website of Significance magazine. By Dr. Jim Cochran, Associate Dean for Research at Culverhouse In Read more.
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SIOP Profiles Dr. Peter Harms
Dr. Peter Harms, an associate professor in Culverhouse’s Department of Management, was part of an authorship team that recently won Read more.
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