Selected Faculty Research

Access point for the Cahaba River.
Culverhouse Center Launches Program to Improve Access to Cahaba River
Canoeists, kayakers, outdoor enthusiasts and others who take advantage of Alabama’s bounty of beautiful rivers and waterways will find their Read more.
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Daniel Bachrach Named SIOP Fellow
Culverhouse Professor of Management and Robert C. and Rosa P. Morrow Faculty Excellence Fellow Daniel Bachrach has been named a Fellow Read more.
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Executives Cite Education, Workforce Training as State’s Top Issue
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — Alabama business executives cite education and workforce training as the top issue facing the state, according to a Read more.
UA Report: Logistics Infrastructure Unprepared for E-Commerce
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — As the consumption economy shifts from brick and mortar retail to e-commerce, states that do not invest in Read more.
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New Culverhouse Lab Targets Human Behavior in Business
Devoted to conducting controlled laboratory-based experiments to understand human behavior as it relates to business activities, the newest research space at Read more.
Even if Doing a Good Job, Women CEOs More Likely to be Fired
This research has been covered in the following media outlets: Fortune, “Female CEOs Are More Likely to Be Fired Than Men—Even When Read more.
Cochran Wins INFORMS President’s Award
  Dr. Jim Cochran, the Culverhouse Associate Dean for Research, was recognized by the Institute for Operations Research & the Read more.
Research: Racial Disparity in State Prisons Declined Moderately Since 1995
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — The racial disparity in incarceration in state prisons between black and white American men declined between 1995 and Read more.
ACRE Outreach and Education Director Awarded Jack Davis Award
Cherie Moman of the Alabama Center for Real Estate (ACRE), a Culverhouse College of Business research center, was among 11 Read more.
New U.S. Census Estimates: Baldwin County Leads in Net Migration
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — Baldwin County’s rapid growth revealed in recent U.S. Census estimates is attributed to the quality of life it Read more.