The Dean’s Distinguished Speaker Series is the most prestigious intellectual engagement at the UW Bothell School of Business. Eminent senior scholars are invited to mingle with our engaged interdisciplinary community over a period of few days. Since our school is not departmentalized, visitors must expect to engage with scholars from a wide array of disciplines including accounting, economics, finance, management, marketing, and, operations management.
Visits are generally structured to include two talks. The research talk is a rigorous presentation of a specific research paper that may be of broad scholarly interest. The community talk focuses on a broader domain and is attended by colleagues from across the university. In addition, there are several opportunities for intimate research conversations with colleagues.
Visitors are reimbursed travel and lodging expenses. In addition, they are paid an honorarium.
Dean's Distinguished Speaker, Spring 2013-14
Mary E. Barth
Joan E. Horngren Professor of Accounting, Stanford University.
Professor Barth's wide-ranging and innovative contributions to scholarship on financial reporting and accounting valuation have earned her international fame and recognition as a thought leader in her field of inquiry. Among her many honors and recognitions are the current Presidency of the American Accounting Association, editorial appointments at leading scholarly journals such as The Accounting Review and Management Science and past memberships of the International Accounting Standards Board, the Accounting Standards Executive Committee of the AICPA and the Financial Accounting Standards Advisory Council of the FASB. Her scholarly contributions have been recognized with the American Accounting Association’s (AAA) Notable Contributions to Accounting Literature Award, the AAA's Competitive Manuscript Award, and, on two occasions, with the AAA's prestigious Wildman Medal Award. She has also received the Stanford University GSB’s MBA Distinguished Teaching Award and PhD Faculty Distinguished Service Award, the Outstanding International Accounting Educator Award of the AAA’s International Section and has served as a Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs at the GSB from 2002 until 2009.
Professor Barth will visit UWB April 9-11, 2014.
Dean's Distinguished Speaker, Fall 2014-15
Professor and Robert H. Smith Dean's Chair of Information Systems, University of Maryland
Professor Agarwal is a prolific and influential scholar who has published over 80 papers in the most prestigious journals on information technology management topics. Her scholarly accomplishments and professional stature are reflected in her many honors and appointments which include appointment as the current Editor-in-Chief of Information Systems Research and past service as Senior Editor of MIS Quarterly, Associate Editor of Management Science, member of the INFORMS board, Vice President of the Association for Information Systems and Standing Member (2010-2012) of the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality Expert Review Panel on Healthcare Effectiveness and Outcomes Research. She is a Fellow of the Association for Information Systems, Founder and Director of the Center for Health Information and Decision Systems (CHIDS), the first research center established within a U.S. business school to study the use and application of information technology in healthcare and Initiator and Chair of the Workshop on Health Information Technology and Economics (WHITE), an annual event sponsored by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality and Academy Health.
Professor Agarwal will visit UWB October 22-24, 2014.
Past Distinguished Speakers
Dean's Distinguished Speaker, Fall 2013-14
Frank H. Page Jr.
Professor of Economics, Indiana University.
Professor Page is a pioneering economist who has made notable contributions to the theory of network formation games and non-linear pricing games.
Professor Page's research talk will focus on Equilibrium Markov Supernetworks and his community talk on Network Games in Business. During his visit he will also conduct a tutorial on Network Formation Games and a presentation on the main research questions, modeling approaches and key results in this area.
For more information about Professor Page's interests and accomplishments, please visit his personal home page.
Engagements @ UWB
Tuesday, September 24 at 3:00 pm in UW1-110
Tutorial: Tutorial on Network Formation Games
Wednesday, September 25 at 9:00 am in UW1-121
Presentation: Network Formation Games
Friday, September 27 at 10:30 a.m. in the Rose Room (UW1-280)
Research Talk: Equilibrium Markov Supernetworks
Friday, September 27 at 2:30 p.m. in UW2-340
Community Talk: Networks Games in Business