Dean's Club Grants

Dean's Club Grants

The Walker College of Business Dean's Club funds research grants each academic year to assist faculty in conducting research.

Grants are available to tenured and tenure track faculty for research expenses in increments of $1,000. Awards greater than $1,000 may be considered under special circumstances.

These grants are designed to reimburse faculty for out of pocket type expenses necessary for conducting research. The types of research projects that will be considered are new research projects (i.e., this is not research that has already been conducted) and a new direction of a current research project (i.e., the researcher has conducted research in a subject area and now wishes to extend the study in a new direction).

Each recipient will be asked to participate in a poster session or presenting event. More information about dates and presentation format will be provided to grant recipients.

2023-24 Dean's Club Research Posters

Kevin Eller, Karen Green and Keith Walker - University of Toledo


How do Tax Audit Protection Plans affect Tax Aggressiveness?

Tammy Kowalczyk


Does requiring more climate-related disclosure improve corporate carbon performance?

Bao Duong, Jung Hwan Kim, Jason Xiong


A Career-Oriented Information Disclosure on Professional Social Networking Sites: Privacy-Calculus and Regulatory Focus Perspectives

Brock Stoddard, Abhijit Ramalingam and Kenju Kamie, Univ. of Keio - Japan and  Anna Caroll


Imposed Collateral Enforcement   Collateral Enforcement

Tanga Mohr, Kristan Cockerill (IDS)


Image Influence on Stormwater Management

David Dickinson, Brock Stoddard, Abhijit Ramalingam


Naiivete vs Sophistication in Markets

Tiberiu Ungureanu, Kannan Srikanth (The Ohio State University)


Optimal exploration in dynamic environments

Jack Carson, Mackenzie Law, Kaitlyn Miller, Mariana Solanilla, Ellise VanGilder. 


"Internal Organizational Sustainability Messages: Who Cares About What?"

Pia Albinsson, Charlene Dadzie, University of South Alabama, Adrienne Muldrow - East Carolina University, Spencer M. Ross, University of Massachusetts - Lowell, Pia A. Albinsson, App State, Shelle Santana, Bentley University


Cryptocurrencies: Future Money, Investment, or Heartache?

Kesha Coker and Jessica Zeiss, Ball State University, and Pia A. Albinsson App State.


The consumer on stage: Toward a typology of improvisation in consumption contexts

Fayez Ahmad


CEO vs. People in Socio-Political Activism: How do their forms of activism differ, and why?

Binay Kumar


Sales Performance during Disruption:The Moderating Effect of Micromanagement"

Matthew Mair, Brock Stoddard, Abhijit Ramalingam


The Effects of Expectations and Voluntary Redistribution on Cooperation

John Whitehead and Tanga Mohr


An Experimental Investigation of Real vs Hypothetical Experimental Auctions