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Cameron School of Business Names Dr. Nivine Richie as Associate Dean of Graduate Programs

Posted by Cameron School of Business on Jun 24, 2019 11:08:42 AM


The Cameron School of Business is pleased to announce that Dr. Nivine Richie has accepted the position of Associate Dean of Graduate Programs in the CSB. Dr. Richie, Ph.D., CFA has most recently served as the Chair of the Department of Economics & Finance and Professor of Finance. She will begin her new appointment on July 1st, 2019. 

Prior to joining academia, Dr. Richie was a mortgage-backed securities trader for a regional dealer bank in South Florida. Dr. Richie joined the faculty at UNCW in 2007 where she has taught courses in investment analysis, derivatives, fixed income, and research methods. Her research interests include cost of capital, banking, and derivatives. She has published studies in the Journal of Economics and Finance, Journal of Futures Markets, Review of Futures Markets, and Journal of Trading, among others.

She will be taking over for Dr. Thom Porter who has served as Associate Dean of Graduate Programs during the previous five years. The Cameron School of Business would like to thank Dr. Porter for his years of great work to provide timely counsel and his tireless efforts to operationalize our new online programs. 

Dr. Porter will serve as Associate Dean through the end of June, and Dr. Richie will assume official capacity starting July 1st.

Dr. Adam Jones has been named to her previous role as the Department Chair for the Economics and Finance Department following the change.


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