Exceptional Business Driven Faculty

Rather than hunkering down with obscure research that only a handful of people in the world will get, our faculty focus on teaching you. We know that all the knowledge in the world doesn’t mean anything if we can’t help others learn it too. You can count on us to:

    • Engage with you at any level you need
    • Focus on your learning, your understanding
    • Struggle through complex issues with you
    • Invite you to take part in true, clear scholarship and research
    • Study current events and bring real-time examples into the classroom

Faculty & Staff

Name & Contact Bio & Website
Holmes Dr. Paul Holmes
Assistant Professor of Economics
245, Richard E. and Sandra J. Dauch College of Business and Economics
419.289.5316
pholmes2@ashland.edu
Joined Ashland University faculty in 2014 and teaches undergraduate economics and business analytics in the MBA program Contributes pedagogically to the field, preparing slides and other materials for several national economics textbooks Primary research interests in the economics of professional and amateur sport, including compensation, discrimination and dismissals Remains keenly interested in sport in his... Read More

Dr. Mark Nadler Dr. Mark Nadler
Associate Professor of Economics, A.L. Garber Family Chair in Economics
208, Richard E. and Sandra J. Dauch College of Business and Economics
419.289.5912
mnadler@ashland.edu
Joined Ashland University faculty in 1989 and holds the A.I. Garber Family Chair in Economics/Finance Teaches economics and statistics at the undergraduate level and MBA level Has many publications in the area of economic and financial education

Dr. Jeffrey Russell
Associate Professor of Economics
201, Richard E. and Sandra J. Dauch College of Business and Economics
419.289.5212
jrussell@ashland.edu
Joined Ashland University faculty in 2000 and teaches undergraduate and grade level courses in microeconomics, macroeconomics, Game Theory and money and banking Research interests include teaching with simulations, Game Theory and behavioral economics, as well as economic development in areas with a manufacturing tradition Worked for 12 years in commercial banking for a variety of banks in Chicago, Sacramento... Read More

Wasnich Wendy Wasnich
Assistant Professor of Economics
237, Richard E. and Sandra J. Dauch College of Business and Economics
419.289.5735
wwasnich@ashland.edu
Joined Ashland University faculty in 1985 and teaches undergraduate courses in economics Areas of expertise include economic education and introductory economics