Named Professorships

Roger D. Huang

Roger D. Huang

Kenneth R. Meyer Professor of Global Investment Management

Dean of the Mendoza College of Business, Roger Huang is both a world-renowned expert in financial markets and international finance and a popular professor, having won a number of teaching awards over his distinguished career.

He is also one of the college’s most prestigious researchers and has been called upon to offer insights into diverse issues such as ethical concerns raised by the sub-prime mortgage lending crisis and trade deficits between the United States and the People’s Republic of China.

Huang has served on the board of directors of Bon Secours Health System, Inc., and was a member of the NASDAQ Review Council. The recipient of numerous fellowships and scholarly awards, he has written extensively on the subjects of world financial markets and trading.

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Kenneth Meyer (’66), who worked for nearly 40 years in the investment management business, endowed this professorship. Meyer serves on the Mendoza College of Business Advisory Council and has also established a scholarship and several MBA fellowships and internships, in addition to developing a group of graduate-level courses.