Archives: 2007-2008 New Faculty Profiles

Cameron School of Business

Department of Accountancy and Business Law

David Mautz, Jr. Dr. David Mautz, Jr., Associate Professor, will begin his tenure-track associate professor position in the Department of Accountancy and Business Law in fall 2007. Dr. Mautz received his B.A. from Oklahoma State, his Masters and Ph.D. from the University of Tennessee. He is a CPA and has served on the Board of Directors for the NC Association of Certified Public Accountants. He has published articles in the Commercial Lending Review, the Journal of Corporate Accounting and Finance, Personal Financial Planning, the CPA Journal, and other journals. Dr. Mautz will teach in both the undergraduate and graduate accounting programs at UNCW.
Department of Economics and Finance
Nivine F. Richie Dr. Nivine F. Richie, Assistant Professor, teaches Derivatives, Investment Analysis, and Commercial Bank Management. Her research focuses on cost of debt capital and arbitrage opportunities using ETFs. Her publications appear in the Journal of Financial Services Research, Journal of Economics & Finance, Journal of Multinational Financial Management, and the Journal of Behavioral Finance. She previously traded mortgage pass-through securities and collateralized mortgage obligations for a regional dealer bank. A CFA charter holder since 1995, Dr. Richie remains actively involved with CFA Institute.
Department of Marketing
Justin R. Anderson Mr. Justin R. Anderson,Assistant Professor of Marketing, research focuses on the marketing of entertainment experiences, and also explores brand marketing and management issues, including brand extensions and brand equity. Justin earned his PhD at the University of Southern California, and his MBA at the University of Illinois. Prior to entering academia, Justin worked as a research analyst at BBDO Chicago advertising agency, and formerly served as an officer in the United States Air Force.
Brian R. Kinard

Dr. Brian R. Kinard, Assistant Professor (Ph.D., Mississippi State University), joins the Department of Marketing in the Cameron School of Business as Assistant Professor. Brian has several years of experience serving various marketing and management capacities in the grocery industry. He currently teaches undergraduate Principles of Marketing and Marketing Research courses and actively engages in research related to retail technology, advertising effects on unhealthy consumption behavior, and health care marketing. He currently serves as a reviewer for several academic journals and professional organizations and has made numerous contributions to scholarly publications, including the Journal of Services Marketing, Transportation Journal, Marketing Management Journal, and The Health Care Manager. Most recently, Brian examined the effects of self-service retail technology on consumer shopping experiences. Prior to joining the UNCW faculty, he taught Retailing and Buyer Behavior at Georgia Southern University and Professional Sales at Mississippi State University. Brian resides in Wilmington with his wife, Jennifer.


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