Stetson University School of Business Administration has announced the addition of six new faculty members for the fall 2019 semester.

“Our new faculty colleagues bring to Stetson business classrooms tremendous academic training and professional experience that will further enhance the relevance and rigor of the preparation of our students to lead lives of significance,” said Neal Mero, Ph.D., dean and professor of management in the School of Business Administration.

Two new hires will lead the Roland and Sarah George Investments Institute, replacing Dr. K.C. Ma, who left Stetson this summer.

Prasad Nanisetty, Ph.D., professor of practice in finance, has been appointed as the interim Roland and Sarah George Professor of Investments to teach advanced finance classes and lead the day-to-day activities of the Roland George Investments Program (RGIP).

Matthew Hurst, Ph.D., associate professor of finance, has been appointed as the interim director for the Roland and Sarah George Investments Institute.

Juanne V. Greene, D.B.A. (Doctor of Business Administration), joins the business school as an assistant professor of human resources management. Greene comes from Kennesaw State University, where she served as director of Kennesaw’s Ph.D. program.

Previously a partner with PricewaterhouseCoopers, Patrick McNamee joins Stetson University as an assistant professor of practice in accounting. McNamee brings a wealth of knowledge to his new role. He has served on the audit standard-setting staff of the American Institute of CPAs, the U.S. Government Accountability Office, the advisory board for Rutgers University’s Continuous Auditing and Reporting Lab, and the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board, which sets accounting principles for the U.S. government.

The School of Business Administration also will welcome other additional faculty this fall, including Erin Nickell, assistant professor of accounting; Matthew Imes, assistant professor of finance; and Jay Stryker as a visiting professor of business systems and analytics.