“The budding reputation of the UAB School of Business as a destination institution is further enhanced with the additions of Drs. Prather-Kinsey and Wasko to our faculty,” says David Klock, Ph.D., dean of the UAB School of Business and holder of its Wachovia Chair in Business. “Their leadership and strong records of scholarship will immediately impact efforts to foster new creative student-learning programs and generate quality faculty research.”
Prather-Kinsey is a well-experienced teacher-scholar who has authored two books, serves on the editorial boards of three scholarly journals and has been named to numerous boards and committees for some of the nation’s leading professional associations. She will oversee a UAB accounting program that is one of just 171 out of more than 1,000 university accounting programs worldwide that is separately accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International.
Prather-Kinsey comes to the UAB School of Business from the
Wasko brings a range of corporate experiences to her new position, having served in industry management positions for Pepsi-Cola and others. She serves on the editorial boards of four scholarly journals and her research interests include the intersection of social and digital networks in information technology.
Wasko comes to the UAB School of Business from
“Drs. Wasko and Prather-Kinsey are a rich investment in the future growth and significance of the UAB School of Business,” says Erik Kahill, senior director of external affairs at the UAB School of Business. “Strong student- and research-focused faculty members coupled with our AACSB accreditation and location in the heart of