Meet the Leadership Team
The Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business is guided by forward-thinking leaders in business and academia with a shared vision of innovation, inclusive excellence, and progress.
Dr. Clarke's work has been published in the Journal of Finance, Journal of Financial Economics, Management Science, the Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, the Journal of Business, the Journal of Banking and Finance, Annals of Finance, Journal of Empirical Finance, and the Journal of Corporate Finance. His paper titled "Long-Run Performance And Insider Trading In Completed And Canceled Seasoned Equity Offerings" won the 2001 William F. Sharpe award for best published paper in the Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis.
From 2012 to 2018, Dr. Clarke served as the Associate Dean for Undergraduate Programs and guided Scheller to a #11 ranking in Poets and Quants and a #21 ranking in U.S. News and World Report. During Dr. Clarke’s tenure as Associate Dean, the mean starting salary for Scheller College graduates increased by 21%, the number of applicants nearly doubled, and the acceptance rate dropped from 44% to 26%.
Dr. Clarke is an award-winning teacher. He was named to the Poets and Quants 2018 list of Top 50 Undergraduate Business Professors. He was also voted the 2009 and 2013 MBA Core Professor of the Year, was a 2009 Hesburgh Award teaching fellow, and received the 2010 James F. Frazier, Jr. Award for Teaching Excellence. He has taught in custom programs for NCR, Clorox, Georgia Pacific, Lockheed Martin, and the National Football League. Dr. Clarke is on the board of the Eastern Finance Association, on the editorial board of The Financial Review, and edits the Handbook of Modern Finance.
Senior Associate Deans
He is also the Academic Director of supply chain excellence executive education programs for corporate customers. In addition, he provides consulting and training services to organizations in several countries in the areas of operations/manufacturing and supply chain strategy and capability development. He frequently conducts professional workshops on operations and supply chain excellence in many countries, and is also a frequent speaker at conferences and company events. Some of the clients he has provided consulting, training, and executive management education services for include Coca-Cola, Clorox, Kimberly-Clark, NCR, IBM, General Motors, Brunswick, Georgia Power, Marcus Evans, McKinsey, Apple South, American President Lines, Elm Plating, etc. He, along with a colleague, recently collaborated with McKinsey & Co. on a global study to identify key global supply chain best practice trends. Professor Ghosh’s work experience is in the manufacturing/operations and supply chain area in the auto industry.
On the academic front, Professor Ghosh serves on the Editorial Boards of several leading academic journals in the operations and supply chain management field, and his research has been published in several scholarly journals – he has published over 100 papers and conference proceedings in the overall operations and supply chain domain. Some of his recent research studies have focused on how to institute flexibility and agility in the supply chain, and the alignment/interface between a firm’s competitive business strategy and its operations and supply chain strategy. He has been the recipient of several Best Paper awards in academic conferences, and his research has been supported by grants from several organizations, both private corporations as well as government institutions like the National Science Foundation. He was recently appointed as a Fellow of the Decision Sciences Institute.
He received his Ph.D. in Operations Management, and M.S. in Industrial & Systems Engineering from The Ohio State University. He holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the Birla Institute of Technology (India).
Karie Davis-Nozemack is the Associate Dean for Academic Programs (interim), including the undergraduate, full-time MBA, evening MBA, and executive MBA programs, at the Georgia Tech’s Scheller College of Business.
Karie is also an associate professor of law and ethics. Professor Davis-Nozemack teaches courses involving the application of law and ethics to business. She researches legal and ethical mechanisms for constraining opportunistic managerial behavior, including tax whistleblowers, tax compliance strategies, and fiduciary duty.
In 1999, Craig joined Georgia Tech as the Assistant Director of Undergraduate Admission. In 2001, he moved to the Office of the Registrar and most recently served as the Associate Registrar since 2007. Prior to joining Georgia Tech, Craig was an academic advisor in the College of Commerce at DePaul University and also worked in Students Affairs at Loyola University Chicago for several years.
Dave was a Scheller College of Business graduate (Co-Operative, BSIM). Like the rest of the Jones MBA Career Center team, he serves as a student advisor and mentor, and represents Scheller to the business community - recruiting companies and developing and maintaining corporate relationships. He is actively involved as a member the MBA Admissions Committee.