New University of Washington Bothell faculty

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With the 2020-21 academic year, the University of Washington Bothell is pleased to welcome a number of new faculty members, effective Sept. 16. 

School of Business 

Andrea Anthony
Andrea Anthony, lecturer 

Anthony teaches courses in corporate financial management and investments. Her research interests are empirical corporate finance and corporate governance, and her work has been highlighted in Reuters News and published in the Financial Services Review. Prior to joining UW Bothell, Anthony was an associate professor and the chair of the Finance and Economics Department at Golden Gate University. She has also worked in finance with The Boeing Company. Anthony holds a doctorate in finance from the University of Oregon. 

Lakshman Krishna-Moorthy
Lakshmana Krishna Moorthy, lecturer 

Krishna Moorthy’s research interests are in the areas of fraud in government contracts, securities class action litigation, auditor litigation, penalties imposed on auditors, bankruptcy, executive turnover and executive compensation. He has taught at Michigan State University Rutgers University, Syracuse University, Tulane University and University of Minnesota, where he received his doctorate in Financial Accounting (Carlson School of Business). Krishna Moorthy received the 15th Glen McLaughlin prize for research in accounting ethics bestowed by the John T. Steed School of Accounting at the University of Oklahoma. 

Misha Mariam
Misha Mariam, acting assistant professor 

Mariam’s research examines how leader attributes — such as communication styles, personalities and ideologies — affect employee, team and organizational outcomes. Mariam is currently a doctoral candidate at the University of Washington’s Foster School of Business and is completing her dissertation on the effects of supervisor communication style on employee performance and well-being. 

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Daniel Nielubowicz, lecturer 

Daniel Nielubowicz teaches courses in operations management, resource management and business statistics. He received a Master of Science in Management from the University of Florida. Prior to joining UW Bothell, Nielubowicz taught operations management and business statistics at Clemson University as a graduate assistant.

 

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Kara Wells, assistant professor 

Wells’ research is in empirical financial accounting, with a focus on corporate governance, investor uncertainty and accounting information, and the determinants and consequences of individual managers and accounting information. She has published in The Accounting Review and the Quarterly Journal of Finance. Prior to joining UW Bothell, she was an assistant professor of accounting in the Cox School of Business at Southern Methodist University. Wells received her doctorate in Accounting from the University of Southern California. 

School of Nursing & Health Studies 

Robin Fleming
Robin Fleming, lecturer 

Fleming is an affiliate assistant professor at the University of Washington and for the past year has worked as a part-time lecturer, mainly focused on teaching public health coursework and clinicals. She recently consulted for the Washington State Health Care Authority and in 2017-18 worked in the U.S. Senate and the Congressional Research Service as a Robert Wood Johnson Health Policy Fellow. Fleming’s research and policy work are informed by her interdisciplinary expertise in nursing, health policy and education. She received her doctorate in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies from the University of Washington’s College of Education in 2008. 

Sunita Iyer
Sunita Iyer, lecturer 

Iyer has been a graduate- and doctoral-level educator at Bastyr University since 2008. She began her career in the public health sector in Boston, focusing on perinatal and pediatric health. Her current clinical specialty is in mental and behavioral health in the perinatal and pediatric populations. Iyer is the clinical director and founder of an integrative clinic in Kenmore, Washington, that serves as a teaching clinic for students in a variety of medical and health care training programs.

Chiyoung Lee
Chiyoung Lee, acting assistant professor 

Chiyoung Lee began her career as a nurse in the emergency department and the Cardiac Intensive Care Unit at Samsung Medical Center in South Korea. After receiving her master’s degree, she served as a clinical lecturer and researcher at Seoul National University College of Nursing. Lee moved to the United States to continue her studies and received her doctorate in Nursing from Duke University School of Nursing. 

 


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