Innovation and Impact
Poole College faculty undertake purposeful research that generates new knowledge and drives economic development across North Carolina and the nation.
For us, “Think and Do” means the pursuit of both innovation and impact. We team with our colleagues across NC State’s campus — and with companies, organizations and universities around the world — to conduct research that optimizes practice and maximizes productivity, turning bright ideas into working solutions for real-world industry.
Centers and Initiatives
The Poole College of Management is home to six centers and initiatives advancing cutting-edge research across a range of disciplines.
Poole College faculty are prodigious when it comes to publishing their research and pushing their respective fields forward.
Faculty and Staff
Our faculty are thought leaders and field-tested experts with enduring ties to the world of business. They establish centers and initiatives that support research, the development of new curricula, and outreach and engagement activities. They contribute to the body of management knowledge through journal articles, conference presentations, books and other publications. And they pursue innovative research that matters to real-world industry.
Poole College faculty and staff have typically held leadership roles in business and industry, and they stay in touch with current issues through ongoing consulting and other professional activities. Their strong understanding of the intersection between the theoretical and the practical informs their research — and ensures they remain focused on real business challenges.Explore the Directory
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Jan 16, 2018
Aha! Pro-Diversity Cultures Spark Corporate Innovation
Psychology Today posted a story based on research by Poole College professors Roger Mayer and Richard Warr, and Jing Zhao at Portland State University. For this study, the researchers conducted...
Jan 13, 2018
Professor Joe Brazel Receives Notable Contribution to Auditing Literature Award
Dr. Joe Brazel and co-authors receive Notable Contribution to the Auditing Literature Award for audit research regarding use of brainstorming in the consideration of fraud.