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Dr. Gregory Kuhlemeyer

Professor of Business 262.951.3061 gkuhleme@carrollu.edu Business Hall 208

TEACHES IN THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM(S)

Business Business Administration (MBA)

Education

  • University of Tennessee, Ph.D. in Finance, Econometrics (Collateral area), 1995
  • University of Tennessee, M.B.A in Finance, 1994
  • Western Illinois University, B.B. in Finance, 1986
  • Highland Community College, A.S. in Business, 1984

Scholarly and Professional Achievements

Refereed Publications

“The Durbin Amendment and Debit Card Fee Regulation: Its impact on Card Companies, Variety Stores, and Restaurants“, with R. Kunkel and W. C. Compton, Journal of Business and Economic Perspectives, 41(1):93-103, January 2014

“A Momentum Trading Effect in Real Estate Funds: An Analysis with TIAA-CREF”, Journal of Technical Analysis, 2013, 77, pp. 16-24.

"Calendar anomalies in Russian stocks and bonds", with W. Compton and R. Kunkel, 2013, Managerial Finance, Vol. 39 Issue 12, pp.1138 - 1154

“Technology Adoption in Higher Education: Overcoming Anxiety Through Faculty Bootcamp,” with Jerry Isaacs, Terri Johnson, Jamie Krzykowski, Greg Kuhlemeyer, and Mary Ann Wisniewsk, Journal for Asynchronous Learning Networks, 2012, Vol 16, Issue 2, pp. 63-72.

“The Impact of Bonus Depreciation on Project Decision Making," with John Wachowicz, Financial Decision, Article 2, Winter 2011

"The Credit Card Act of 2009: Its Financial Impact on the Stockholders of the Retail Industry," with Robert Kunkel, The Journal of the Academy of Finance, Summer 2010, Vol 8, Issue 1, pp 1-10.

“The Immediate Financial Impact of Transportation Deregulation on the Stockholders of the Airline Industry,” co-authored with J. Hanna, Robert Kunkel and R. Johnson, Journal of Air Transportation, 2005, Vol. 10, No. 2, pp. 83-95.

“The Financial Impact of the Ocean Shipping Reform Act (OSRA) of 1998 on the Stockholders of Ocean Shipping and Freight Forwarder Firms,” co-authored with Robert Kunkel and J. Hanna, American Business Review, Jan 2003, Vol. 21, No. 1, pp. 40-47.

“The Equity Indexed Annuity: An Examination of Performance and Regulatory Concerns,” Financial Services Review, Winter 2000, Vol. 9, No. 4, pp. 327-342.

"Incorporating Stock Market Games into the Classroom: A Survey of Faculty Teaching Investments,” co-authored with Christine A. McClatchey, Financial Practice & Education, Fall/Winter 2000, Vol. 10, No. 2, pp. 208 – 222.

“External Audits and the Impact of Loss of Reputation on Agency Costs: An Empirical Investigation,” co-authored with M. Cary Collins and Harold Black, Managerial Finance, Vol. 26, No. 2, 2000, pp. 19-30.

“Increase in the Systematic Risk of Large Firms,” co-authored with Phillip Daves, Michael Ehrhardt,and Robert Kunkel, American Business Review, June 2000, pp. 62-74.

“Consumer Satisfaction with Life Insurance: A Benchmarking Survey,” Financial Counseling and Planning, Vol. 10, No. 2, 1999, pp. 35-47.

“Dividends and Market Efficiency: A Multi-Index Arbitrage Investment Strategy,” co-authored with Robert Kunkel and M. Ehrhardt, Managerial Finance, Vol. 25, No. 6, 1999, pp. 21-34.

“The Financial Impact of the Inter-State Commerce Commission (ICC) Termination Act of 1995 on the Motor Carrier Industry,” co-authored with J. Hanna and Robert Kunkel, Journal of Transportation Management, Spring 1999, pp. 23-36.

Working Manuscripts

“Utilizing @RISK within the Finance Curriculum to Facilitate Decision Making" with R. Kunkel

“Tying Investment Horizon to Actuarial Tables and the Impact on Portfolio Performance” with M. Koneman

“Similarities and Differences of New Zealand and American Household Finances”

“Performance of Entrepreneurial Decisions and the Success of the Enterprise” with M. Griffiths

UNCO Working Paper Series (Refereed internally)

“Portfolio Simulations in Higher Education: A Survey of Investment Faculty,” co-authored with Christine McClatchey, 1999-2-WPS.

“Consumer Satisfaction with Life Insurance: A Benchmarking Survey,” co-authored with Garth Allen,1999-1-WPS.

“Dividends and Market Efficiency: A Multi-Index Arbitrage Investment Strategy,” co-authored with Robert Kunkel and Michael Ehrhardt, WPS-11-98.

“The Financial Impact of the Inter-State Commerce Commission (ICC) Termination Act of 1995 on the Motor Carrier Industry,” co-authored with J. Hanna and Robert Kunkel , WPS-5-98.

“Increase in the Systematic Risk of Large Firms,” co-authored with Phillip Daves, Michael Ehrhardt, and Robert Kunkel, WPS-1-98.

“External Audits and the Impact of Loss of Reputation on Agency Costs: An Empirical Investigation,” 1997-11-WPS, co-authored with M. Cary Collins and Harold Black.

“Time Zonal Influence Upon NYSE Volume Patterns,” 1997-10-WPS.

“Measuring the Value of a New Product Introduction,” 1997-1-WPS.

Presentations

“Using @RISK to Facilitate Student Learning” with R. Kunkel, Academy of Business Research, 2016

The Pedagogy of Evaluating Financial Risk: Using @RISK to Improve Learning’ at MBAA International Academy of Finance, Chicago, IL, March 2015

Presented “Dodd–Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010” to Carroll attendees, 2013

"Momentum Investing: An Analysis with TIAA-CREF," with Robert Kunkel, The Academy of Business Research, 2011.

"The Credit Card Act of 2009: Its Financial Impact on the Stockholders of the Retail Industry," with Robert Kunkel, 2010 MBAA International Academy of Finance, Chicago, IL

“Comprehensive Software Systems Worldwide (CSSW): A Case Study,” with Dennis Debrecht, 2005 MBAA International Academy of Finance, Chicago, IL

“The CFP Program: Design and Implementation of the Financial Planning Capstone Course,” with Christine McClatchey, Academy of Financial Services

“Short-Term Momentum and Persistence in Mutual Funds,” presented at the 2000 Midwest Finance Association Meeting, Chicago, IL.

“Equity Index Annuities: Should They Be In Your Portfolio?,” presented at the 1999 Academy of Financial Services Meeting, Orlando, FL.

“Consumer Cognition and the Evaluation of Personal Life Insurance,” with Garth Allen, presented at the 1998 Academy of Financial Services Meeting.

“The Use of Simulation Games in the Investment Curriculum,” with Christine McClatchey, presented at the 1998 Western Decision Sciences, Reno, NV. (Published in the Proceedings for Western Decision Sciences).

“New Age Finance,” with Mark Griffiths, presented at 1997 Midwest Business Administration Association Meeting, Chicago, IL.

"SEC Disciplinary Action Against Bank Auditors: An Empirical Investigation of the Impact on Bank Shareholders," with Harold Black and M. Cary Collins, presented at the Congressional Budget Office, Division of Natural Resources (1995), Washington, DC.

“Increase in the Systematic Risk of Large Firms,” with Phillip Daves, Michael Ehrhardt, and Robert Kunkel, presented at the 1994 Financial Management Association Meetings, Toronto, Canada.

Other Professional Activity

  • Research-sabbatical in Spring 2012
  • Successfully received $250,000 grant from the federal government as lead developer for improving international education within the business department at Carroll, 2009.
  • Created/Updated a Test Item Bank for “Fundamentals of Financial Management,” 13e, by Wachowicz and VanHorne. (since 9th ed.)
  • Created/Updated the PowerPoint presentation package for “Fundamentals of Financial Management,” 13e, by Wachowicz and VanHorne. (since 9th ed.)
  • Created an on-line study manual for “Fundamentals of Financial Management,” 13e, by Wachowicz and VanHorne. (since 11e)
  • Articles in The Pioneer and The Wisconsin Independent that are about the “new” business program and its unique student-friendly designs.
  • Analyzed the value of naming rights to Denver-area taxpayers regarding the Denver Broncos on behalf of the Denver Post and Ms. Cindy Brovsky. Article appeared November 7, 1999.
  • Quoted occasionally in several newspapers.

Service to Carroll University and Profession

Institutional Service (Carroll University, Dean, 2007-09)

  • Develop new position descriptions and models for organization within Carroll, 2008-2009
  • Instilling a division-wide sense of college mission with programs clearly tying their mission to support the college mission
  • Working with faculty and chairs to enhance the breadth of scholarship work among faculty who have not published
  • Developing a new continuing education model to better serve the community and the college
  • Developing a new international business major at the undergraduate level
  • Developing a new organizational leadership major at graduate level
  • Higher Learning Commission Accreditation Committee member, 2005-06
  • Faculty Development Review Committee member, 2005-06
  • Graphic Communication Audit Team member and director, 2005-06
  • Advancement, working to complete a $4.0 million alumnus donation for a new graduate-level academic program, 2005-06
  • Division hiring to mission 2004-2006
  • Carroll College Online Programming committee, 2004-06 and director 2005-06
  • Develop/Train Area Chairs, 2004-06
  • Reorganized division to meet current professional needs, 2005
  • Develop, in coordination with rest of academic leadership team, a new academic organizational structure, 2004
  • Develop new set of academic policies in association of the new structure, 2004-05

Institutional Service (Carroll University, Faculty)

  • Co-Chair, Tenure and Promotion, multiple
  • Chair, Certificate Policy Committee
  • BAE Executive Director search committee, 2013
  • Honors Committee search
  • Technology Fellow, 2011-13
  • Benefits Committee member, 2010-13
  • GRC Direction Team, 2009-10
  • International and Multicultural Committee, Chair 2010
  • Graduate Committee Member, 2010-Present
  • Technology Fellow, 2011
  • Numerous department faculty search committees
  • Taking student group to Ireland 2013
  • Faculty advisor to the FMA (aka Finance Club) 2000-4; 2009-Present
  • Developed with G. Olsen a recommended model for an online delivery of the part-time program, 2011
  • Prioritization Task Force member
  • Strategic Planning Task Force
  • Two-Schools Governance Task Force
  • Board of Trustees faculty representative
  • CIO Search Committee
  • Registrar Search Committee
  • Faculty Executive Committee, multiple
  • Assessment Committee, multiple
  • Numerous non-BAE search committees
  • Strategic Planning, 2012-13
  • MBA Recruitment (through 2014)
  • Lead ETS evaluation team
  • An annual advisor to Business majors typically 40-70 per year
  • Redesigned the Finance emphasis, multiple years
  • Developed appropriate prerequisites and changed core business
  • Developed an annual Career Day with over 400 attendees as well as speakers such as the CFO of Dell Computer, Controller of SC Johnson, and many others
  • Developed a Business Freshman Orientation
  • Continuously evaluating and analyzing new potential programs such as Sports Management, Ecommerce certificate, Certified Financial Planner program, and Project Management program
  • Departmental Assessment Leader
  • Developed Business Student Advisory Council
  • Developed first Departmental Annual Awards Banquet
  • Numerous Departmental Search Committees
  • Business Coordinator for Graphic Communication interdisciplinary degree
  • Liaison between the Business Advisory Committee, BAE department, and Carroll College
  • Developed a new accelerated (Friday evening-Saturday) part-time studies business program for the College
  • Advisor to the student organization of the Financial Management Association
  • Designed a new Small Business major that is interdisciplinary in nature

Professional Service

  • Reviewer and Discussant, Academy of Business Research, 2016
  • Reviewer for MBAA conference, 2015
  • Reviewer, Journal of Business and Economic Perspectives, 2000
  • Reviewer, Managerial Finance, 2000
  • Expert Witness in Flanagan v. Bancorp Rhode Island, Inc., et al. on behalf of Mr. Sheehan and his law firm.
  • Session Chair at MBAA, Chicago, March 2015 • Board of Directors, Junior Achievement of Waukesha County (2003-2005)
  • Finance Track Chair (Investments), Academy of Business Administration, Global Trends   Conference, 1999
  • Reviewer, Managerial Finance, 1998
  • Session Chair, Academy of Financial Services, 1998
  • Discussant, Financial Management Association, 1998
  • Reviewer, Western Decision Sciences Institute, 1996, 1997, 1998
  • Finance Track Chair, 1998
  • International Business School Computing Association Meeting
  • Reviewer, Midwest Academy of Finance and Insurance, 1996-1997
  • Discussant, Midwest Academy of Finance and Insurance, 1997
  • Financial Management Association, 1993-Present
  • Academy of Financial Services, 1998-2003, 2012-13, 2015-Present
  • American Association of Individual Investors, 1999-Present
  • Southern Finance Association, 1998-2001
  • American Finance Association, 1998-2001
  • Midwest Business Administration Association, 1996-1997; 2003-2007, 2010-14

Honors and Awards

Honors

  • Various merit awards for excellence in teaching, research, and service
  • U.S. West Dex “Excellence in Education” teaching award, 1998
  • University of Tennessee College of Business Teaching Award nominee, 1993-1994
  • Financial Management Association of Knoxville Fellowship recipient, 1994-1995

Grants/Scholarships Awarded

  • Faculty Research and Publication Board ($2,500) with Garth Allen, 1997
  • Graduate Faculty Award ($500) with Christine McClatchey, 1997
  • College of Business Capital Gifts Scholarship recipient (Univ. of TN), 1990-1994
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