Professor Ralph Koijen won the prize for following in Fischer Black’s footsteps and developing original research relevant to finance practice.
The University of Michigan paid $300,000 to Amy J. Wang to settle a lawsuit alleging university officials of wrongful termination and retaliation.
Along with paying the settled upon amount, the university has also agreed to amend its computer usage and cyber bullying policies
Professor Evangeline Heiliger has sued Wichita State University for rescinding a job offer after she informed university officials she was pregnant.
Six current and former employees are suing former president Herbert Swender over retaliation and for violating various constitutional rights.
The University of Nevada has selected its associate professor Yumei Feng as 2019 Research and Innovation Leadership Fellow to develop collaborative clinical and translational research.
Brooklyn Law School is establishing various chairs - starting with Nicholas W. Allard chair - to recognize and honor the work of its past leaders and faculty.
Marquette University Law professor Paul Secunda has been placed on suspension over an inappropriate relationship with a student.
Professor Shelly Peper Sitton received the U.S. Department of Agriculture award for her efforts leading to positive development in students.
Renowned professor Roland G. Fryer, Jr. who is facing allegations of sexual misconduct, has resigned from the executive committee of American Economic Association.