Neeley Alumni Professor of the Year

Candidates for 2018-2019

Shana Clor Proell

Shana Clor-Proell

Shana Clor-Proell is Associate Professor of Accounting. She received her PhD in Accounting from Cornell University and joined TCU in 2011. Previously she was a faculty member at San Diego State University and the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Her primary areas in accounting are financial accounting and experimental accounting, and has taught undergraduate and graduate financial accounting. She received the Neeley Graduate Teaching Award in 2017.

   
Lockwood Larry

Larry Lockwood

Larry Lockwood is the Stan Block Endowed Chair in Finance. He received his PhD in Finance from Purdue University and joined TCU 1994, following an earlier position at the University of Texas at Arlington. He has been a faculty adviser for the Educational Investment Fund, a student-managed investment fund, since 1994. He has taught undergraduate and graduate courses in areas such as investment management, financial analysis, and portfolio management. He received the Neeley School Undergraduate Teacher Award in 2008-09 and the Dean’s Outstanding TCU Teacher Award in 2005

   
Michael Sherrod

Michael Sherrod

Michael Sherrod is the William M. Dickey Entrepreneur-in-Residence, joining the Neeley School in 2011.  He received a B.A. Interdisciplinary Liberal Studies at Notre Dame, an M.A. in Journalism from the University of Missouri-Columbia, and an Executive MBA from TCU.  He teaches managing the emerging venture in the Neeley entrepreneurship program and leads the Coleman Fellows program promoting entrepreneurship across the TCU campus.  He has extensive web based and social media experience prior to coming to TCU, including serving as Publisher for the Texas Tribune, President and CEI of Examiner.com and Vice President of Ancestry.com.

   
Brad Harris

Brad Harris

Brad Harris is Associate Professor of Management and Leadership. He received his PhD in Organizational Behavior and Human Resources from Texas A&M University. He joined TCU in 2015 and earlier was a faculty member at the University of Illinois-Urbana Champaign. His primary interests are in group and team phenomena, leadership, and human resource management. He received the Innovation in Teaching Curriculum Award for the Neeley School in 2018.

   
David Weltman

David Weltman

David Weltman is Associate Professor of Supply Chain Practice. He received his PhD in Business Statistics from the University of Texas at Arlington and joined TCU in 2012. His expertise includes applied learning, business statistical models, and distribution and inventory management. He has taught Asia Executive MBA programs in China, and has 15 years in marketing and consulting & services at IBM.

   
Zachary Hall

Zachary Hall

Zachary Hall is Assistant Professor of Marketing. He received his PhD in Marketing from the University of Houston and joined TCU in 2013. He is the Director of Operations for the TCU Sales and Customer Insights Center. His areas of expertise include sales force effectiveness, buyer-seller relationships, and sales management. He was the 2014 Winner of the American Marketing Association Sales SIG Dissertation Competition and received a 2015 Sales Excellence in Research Award.

Vote here

Name:*
Class year: 
Email address:*
Professor of the Year *