Get lost in numbers with Brad Goldie, a new assistant professor in the finance area at the University of Kansas School of Business , from Pennsylvania State University.
“I embrace my true inner math nerd,” Goldie said, “but that’s why my wife says she married me.”
Goldie previously worked as a teaching assistant at Bringham Young University while working on his bachelor’s degree. He received his doctorate degree from Pennsylvania State University where he also taught classes.
When he did the math, Goldie knew KU was the best fit for him.
“I really considered options at other universities, but the more I thought about my experiences visiting the various campuses, I realized the faculty here were people I wanted to work with,” Goldie said.
He is currently working on a study for hedge fund investments in merger deals. He studies how the relationships between financial institutions affect their investment behavior.
For his first semester as a professor, Goldie teaches Investments (FIN 410) to undergraduate students.
What he’s most excited about as a Jayhawk: “Allen Fieldhouse. I’ve heard so much about the atmosphere that I want to see it for myself.”