College of Business Administration Directory
Dr. Brent B Clark
- Assistant Professor
- Management, Business Administration
- MH 228S
- Tel: 402.554.2643
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Website: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=jQdCsOgAAAAJ&hl=en
Brent Clark earned his PhD in Business Administration (2013) from the Trulaske College of Business, University of Missouri. Prior to that he earned his MBA (2008) and BS - Actuarial Science (2004) from Brigham Young University. Brent spent 5 years in industry working as an actuary at the Lincoln Financial Group, a financial analyst at Zions Bancorporation, and a program analyst at Orbital ATK.
Brent Clark primarily teaches Business Strategy (undergraduate and graduate), but has also taught Organizational Behavior and Financial Literacy.
Research and Creative Interests
Brent's primary research interests are in the area of emerging technology and how it impacts the cognition and behavior of high-stakes decision makers. Secondary interests include white-collar crime and entrepreneurial uncertainty. His work has been published in Organization Science, Ethics & Behavior and the Journal of Business and Psychology as well as a number of media outlets such as Time Magazine and New York Magazine.
Brent is an active participant in the Academy of Management (AOM) and the Strategic Management Society (SMS). He has reviewed for a number of journals and conferences, including AOM, SMS, and Strategic Management Journal.
Ph D - Business Administration - Strategic Management
University of Missouri (Columbia, MO) 2013
MBA - Finance - Project Management
Brigham Young University (Provo, UT) 2008
BS - Statistics - Actuarial Science
Brigham Young University (Provo, UT) 2004
Best Reviewer, Technology and Innovation Division (Service, Professional) 2017
Best Reviewer, Technology and Innovation Division (Service, Professional) 2016
Best Conference Paper - Nominee (Scholarship/Research) 2016
Summer Research Award (Scholarship/Research) 2015
Best Paper Proceedings (Scholarship/Research) 2015
Summer Research Award (Scholarship/Research) 2014
Outstanding Graduate Research Assistant (Scholarship/Research) 2011
Summer Research Fellowship (Scholarship/Research) 2011
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