Raymond F. Gorman
Interim Dean and Professor of Finance
Raymond Gorman, Interim Dean for the Farmer School of Business, has been a member of the Department of Finance since 1985. He focuses his teaching and research in the areas of corporate finance, public utility finance and regulation, environmental finance, and resource sustainability issues in business. After earning his bachelor's degree from Brown University, Dr. Gorman attended Duke University for his MBA and Indiana University for his DBA. In addition to the text "Sustainability Perspectives in Resources and Business," Dr. Gorman has also published in such journals as the Financial Review, The American Economic Review, Yale Journal on Regulation and the Journal of Accounting and Public Policy.
For three years, Gorman served as director for the Miami University Center for Sustainable Systems Studies. He also was Associate Dean for Undergraduate Studies in 1998-1999. He received the MBA Teaching Excellence Award in 1998.
In 1999, Dr. Gorman was named Associate Dean for Curriculum for the Farmer School of Business, and was promoted in 2004 to Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs. In 2010, he was again promoted, serving as Associate Provost / Associate Vice-President for Academic Affairs. In January, 2013, he returned to the Farmer School as Interim Dean.
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