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DePaul University business professors are industry experts whose research impacts not only academic thought and student learning, but also business practice and public policymaking. From tracking local housing trends to studying white-collar fraud, our faculty are at the forefront of today's pressing business and societal issues.
Professor Bin Jiang will conduct research in Italy about innovations that shorten the supply chain as a 2023-2024 U.S. Fulbright Scholar, a prestigious and competitive fellowship supported by the U.S. Department of State.
A study coauthored by Assistant Professor Khadija Ali Vakeel that used eye-tracking data to examine advertising was selected as the most influential article of the year by the editors of journals published by the American Academy of Advertising.
DePaul’s research and innovation ecosystem encourages faculty and students to apply their work to real-world problems in the communities we serve.
The Driehaus College of Business is home to 17
centers and institutes that produce research, support educational activities, host conferences and foster collaboration among faculty, students and the business community.
College-wide resources include the Business Education in Technology and Analytics (BETA) Hub, a cross-discipline initiative that promotes research, new courses and community collaboration at the intersection of business and emerging technology.
DePaul's business faculty serve as experts and thought leaders on a range of issues, and have been featured in national media outlets such as The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Forbes, Harvard Business Review and WTTW-TV's Chicago Tonight.
If you're a member of the media and need input on a business issue, find a source in
DePaul's Experts Guide, or contact a member of the
university's newsroom staff.