Jamie Lynn Byram, Ph.D. Instructor with the Department of Finance, Insurance, and Business Law in the Pamplin College of Business at Virginia Tech University - Her dissertation titled Financial and Marital Satisfaction Among Married Couples was supervised by Dr. John Grable.
Youngjoo Choung, Ph.D. is employed with Samsung. Her dissertation titled Depression and the Financial Planning Horizon was supervised by Dr. Swarn Chatterjee
Sae Rom Chung, Ph.D. - Her dissertation titled The Effect of Income on Quality of Life and Survival Expectation Among Older Adults in America: Evidence From the Social Security Notch was supervised by Dr. Patryk Babiarz
Timi Jorgensen, Ph.D.- Her dissertation titled Inclusive Financial Wellbeing and Empowerment: An Intersectional Analysis was supervised by Dr. Kenneth White
Seongsu Kim, Ph.D. - Assistant Professor in the Finance, Insurance and Real Estate Department at St. Cloud State University. His dissertation titled The mediation effect of indoor air quality on health: A comparison of homeowners and renters was supervised by Dr. Andrew Carswell.
Ebun Odeyemi, Ph.D. - Her dissertation titled An analysis of housing affordability and housing quality among rural female-headed households in the United States was supervised by Dr. Kimberly Skobba
Narang Park, Ph.D. – Post-doc position in the School of Family and Consumer Sciences at Texas State University. Her dissertation, A Test of the Association Between Generalized Stress and Financial Well-being was supervised by Dr. John Grable.
Kristin Short, Ph.D.- Her dissertation titled “Knowledge is Power”: The Effect of Financial Education on Financial Stress Among Graduate Students was supervised by Dr. Joseph Goetz
Michelle Kruger, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Finance, in Noonan School of Business, Loras College. Her dissertation, Three Essays on Financial Satisfaction and the Joint Financial Management of Couples was supervised by Dr. John Grable.
Jeffrey Robert, Ph.D. Assistant Collegiate Professor of Real Estate in the Pamplin College of Business at Virginia Tech. His dissertation, The Influence of Privately and Publicly Induced Rezoning on Residential Real Estate Prices was supervised by Dr. Velma Zahirovic-Herbert
Michael Thomas, Ph.D. Lecturer in UGA's Department of Financial Planning, Housing and Consumer Economics. His dissertation, The Impact of Financial Knowledge, Financial Skill, Financial Attitudes, and Social Capital on Financial Well-Being across Federal Poverty Level Status was supervised by Dr. Lance Palmer
Morgan Bryant, Ph.D. Assistant Professor, Marketing, Saint Joseph's University. Her dissertation, Commerce, Camille, and Consumption: Three Essays Evaluating Social Commerce Influences on Consumer Purchasing Behavior was supervised by Dr. Sheri Worthy.
Amy Hubble, Ph.D. Principal Investment Advisor, Radix Financial, LLC. Her dissertation, The Amalgamation of Professional Judgement: A Mean-variant Approach from an International Survey of Financial Advisers was supervised by Dr. Swarn Chatterjee
Kimberly Watkins, Ph.D. Assistant Professor, University of Alabama. Her dissertation, An Examination of Financial Socialization and the Role of Parent-Child Relationship Quality on Financial Well-Being was supervised by Dr. John Grable
Judith Aboagye, Ph.D. Research Content Analyst, Hanover Research. Her dissertation, Provider and Consumer Perspectives on Use of Mobile Money and Microfinance in Ghana was supervised by Dr. Sophia Anong
Lu Fan, Ph.D. Assistant Professor, Department of Personal Financial Planning, College for Human Environmental Sciences, University of Missouri. Her dissertation, The Influences of Financial Help-Seeking and Other Information Sources on Consumer's Financial Management Behavior was supervised by Dr. Swarn Chatterjee
Ilyar Heydari, Ph.D. His dissertation, Three Essays on The Impact of Child Support Programs on Single Mothers’ Material Well-being, Labor Supply and Children’s Achievements was supervised by Dr. Patryk Babiarz
Jiyoung Jung, Ph.D. Lecturer, Sookmyung Women's University and Sangmyung University, Korea. Her dissertation, The Effects of Framing and Financial Stress on the Saving Intentions was supervised by Dr. John Grable
Aman Sunder, Ph.D. Chair for the Graduate Program and Head Faculty, College of Financial Planning. His dissertation, Three Essays on the Comparison of Financial Advice from Different Types of Advisors While Recovering from the Great Recession was supervised by Dr. Lance Palmer
Lini Zhang, Ph.D. Assistant Professor, School of Business, Shanghai University of International Business and Economics. Her dissertation, Factors Affecting Chinese Consumers' Purchase Intentions for Luxury Clothing was supervised by Dr. Brenda Cude.
Haidong Zhao, Ph.D. Assistant Professor, School of Business, Shanghai University of International Business and Economics. His dissertation, The Effect of Financial Incentives on NFC Mobile Payment Adoption was supervised by Dr. Sophia Anong.
Stephen Kuzniak, Ph.D. Financial Advisor, Cannon Financial Strategists, Inc. His dissertation, A Test of the Effects of Biopsychosocial and Environmental, Social Support, and Macroeconomic Factors on Financial Risk Tolerance was supervised by Dr. John Grable
Lekhnath Chalise, Ph.D. Economist, Bureau of Labor Statistics. His dissertation, Extensive and Intensive Margins of Health Insurance Demand, was supervised by Dr. Sophia Anong.
Wookjae Heo, Ph.D. Assistant Professor, Department of Consumer Sciences at South Dakota State University. His dissertation, Improvement of Prediction on the Demand for Life Insurance by Using Artificial Neural Networks Estimation, was supervised by Dr. John Grable.
Tae-Young Pak, Ph.D. Assistant Professor, Department of Consumer Science at University of Alabama. His dissertation, Three Essays on Household Portfolio Choice, was supervised by Dr. Patryk Babiarz.
Abed Rabbani, Ph.D. Assistant Professor, Department of Personal Financial Planning at the University of Missouri. His dissertation, Affective Evaluation of Financial Risk Tolerance, was supervised by Dr. John Grable.
Jorge Ruiz-Menjivar. Ph.D. Assistant Professor, Department of Family, Youth and Community Sciences at University of Florida. His dissertation, Using Rash Measurement Theory to Evaluate the Psychometric Quality of a Financial Risk Tolerance Scale, was supervised by Dr. John Grable.
Dipesh Gangopadhyay, Ph.D. National Sample Survey Organization, Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation, Government of India. His dissertation, Measurement of Multidimensional Deprivation Using Capability Approach and Fuzzy Set Theory: A study on the United States, was supervised by Dr. Robert Nielsen.
Kristi-Warren Scott, Ph.D. Economist, Social Security Administration. Her dissertation, Obesity in the South: Do Subjective Measures of Food Access Matter? was supervised by Dr. Velma Zahirovic-Herbert.