Alexandra Morgan Ciardi Professor of Finance and Economics
Senior Vice Dean for Curriculum and Programs
Professor Tetlock's research interests include behavioral finance, asset pricing, and prediction markets. One area of his research examines how firms' stock market prices respond to the content of news stories. His 2007 Journal of Finance study on the impact of negative words, such as "flaw" and "ruin", won the Smith-Breeden Prize for the best article in asset pricing. His research has been featured in popular press outlets such as Business Week, The Economist, The New York Times, and The Wall Street Journal.
With a rich and diverse background in education, Michelle Hall brings three decades of experience to her current role as the Managing Director of the Samberg Institute for Teaching Excellence. Her journey began in secondary education before transitioning to prominent roles at Columbia University, where she spent seventeen years contributing to the Center for New Media Teaching and Learning and the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL).
Dr. Kerry O’Grady is a faculty affairs expert, award-winning curriculum developer, higher education consultant, and seasoned public relations practitioner. Most recently, Dr. O'Grady was the faculty director for the Master's in Public Relations and Corporate Communications program at Georgetown's School of Continuing Studies and an associate professor of the practice. During her tenure, she doubled enrollment, redesigned curricular offerings, increased academic rigor, developed policies and procedures, trained and mentored faculty, and built community among instructors.