Faculty & Research
The award-winning faculty at the University of Miami School of Business form the backbone of our curriculum and represent a mix of academic and real business experience.
Rene Sacasas, JD
Chair, Department of Business Law
"Witnessing 'light-bulbs' snap in my students' eyes is the greatest gift in my professional life. There is nothing I have done…that compares with the joy of teaching."
The Academy of Legal Studies in Business has awarded Patricia Sanchez Abril the 2016 Hoeber Memorial Award for Excellence in Research.
A paper on research by the School’s Michael T. French, professor of health sector management and policy and Philip K. Robins, professor of economics, which found that having a tattoo has no impact on an individual’s employment or earnings, has won the 2016 Georgescu-Roegen Prize.
A paper authored by Henrik Cronqvist has won the Best Paper Award in the Finance Stream at the annual conference of the Accounting and Finance Association of Australia and New Zealand.
Cecily Cooper, associate professor of management, has been invited to serve a three-year term as member of the editorial board for the Academy of Management Review.
Cecily Cooper, an associate professor of management, is serving on the organizing committee for the international conference on trust, known as FINT (First International Network on Trust).
Aug 16 - Aug 27
Full calendar of orientation events for incoming University of Miami undergraduate students.
The University of Miami School of Business Administration will be hosting an on-campus information session August 31.
The University of Miami School of Business Administration will be hosting an information session at the Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico.
The University of Miami School of Business Administration will be hosting an information session September 13 at Edge Steak in Brickell.
Students across the University are invited to join the School as we showcase cultural cuisine, music and dance from Brazil and discuss what doing business in and with Brazil is like, including how it differs from doing business in the US.