We’re proud to share that fellow Finance Department faculty member, Susan Monaco, is listed as one of Poets&Quants’ Top 50 Undergraduate Professors for 2022!
This years’ nomination list reached over 500 candidates that were nominated by their students and peers. The top 50 selected represent the best-of-the-best of business professors based on both research and teaching.
Susan is Clinical Associate Professor here at the Kelley School of Business. She also serves as our Associate Chairperson of Finance.
In addition to her classroom teaching, she has led or co-led two undergraduate student workshops: the Finance Diversity Program and the Investment Banking Workshop. She also helped create Kelley’s new Fintech Workshop and related curriculum in the undergraduate program and in revising its online MSF program.
She is the winner of the William G. Panschar Undergraduate Teaching Excellence Award, Trustees Teaching Award and Alpha Kappa Psi Above and Beyond Teaching Excellence award. This year, she was the sole recipient of the Kelley Honors Program Outstanding Faculty Member award as chosen by Kelley honors students.
She is an expert in market microstructure, in particular the effect of market design on liquidity, volatility, and price informativeness.
“Professor Monaco has rigorously and flawlessly taught at all levels and on a broad range in the world of finance. We frequently heard from students that she created a very positive learning environment, where students felt comfortable asking questions and expressing their views. But, her impact on preparing students for future success goes far beyond the classroom. She has been quite active in curriculum development. She had a prominent role in creating Kelley’s new Fintech Workshop and related curriculum in our undergraduate program.” – Jamie Prenkert, Executive Associate Dean for Faculty and Research
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