Deming Center Staff & Research

The Deming Center’s Staff comes from diverse backgrounds and experiences. Each of our staff members are from high leadership positions and have world class backgrounds with lots of experience in their respective roles. Our Staff comes together as one with their level of passion for CU Boulder and also the region’s entrepreneurial community. Students, alumni, community and faculty can reach out and contact our staff based on their specific needs and questions.

  Shaun Davies
Assistant Professor of Finance, Research
Bret Fund
Assistant Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship, Research
Laura Kornish 
Associate Professor of Marketing, Research 
Chris Leach
Professor of Finance
Jaime Zender
Finance Chair, Research
Yonca Ertimur
Associate Professor of Accounting, Research
Robert Israel
Faculty
Jim Franklin
Adjunct Professor
David Prinster
Instructor, Entrepreneurship
Jeffrey Reuer
Faculty, Management and Entrepreneurship
Otto Hanson
Assistant Lecturer
Lindsay Sutula
Faculty
Eva Yao
Assistant Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship, Research
Tallis Salamatian
Adjunct Professor
Scott Gwozdz
Instructor, Center for Education on Social Responsibility
Joy Godesiabois
Instructor of Management and Entrepreneurship
David Cass
Adjunct Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship
Adrian Tuck
Instructor of Management and Entrepreneurship
Noah Zikmund
Instructor, Center for Education on Social Responsibility
Frank Moyes
Entrepreneurship Scholar in Residence
Sharon Matusik
Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship, Research
George Deriso
MBA & Undergraduate Instructor
Sanjai Bhagat
Provost Professor of Finance, Research
Jeffrey York
Assistant Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship, Research
Tony Tong
Associate Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship, Research
Eric Bruno
Faculty

We are excited to announce that Deming has awarded four grants to support Hart Fellowship awarded research in the field of entpreneurship.  Research includes topics such as gender linked language effects on crowdfunding platforms, how toxoplasma exerts unconscious influences on entrepreneurial risk-taking behavior and how M&As affect inventor departures from firms.  We're also excited to have awarded nine MBA students focusing on entrepreneurship with scholarships.  $37,000 was awarded to four incoming 1st years and five 2nd years. 

 

The Deming Center for Entrepreneurship at the Leeds School of Business