Colin Fisher Named a Peter Paul Career Development Professor

in Faculty, Organizational Behavior
October 21st, 2011


Colin Fisher, Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior, has been named a Peter Paul Career Development Professor for the Academic Year 2011-2012.

This highly competitive one-year award honors promising faculty with no more than two years in residence at Boston University.  The professorships were founded in 2006 by Peter Paul (GSM ’71), the president of mortgage banking company Paul Financial and member of the Boston University Board of Trustees.

Assistant Professor Fisher joined the School of Management in July 2010 from Harvard University, where he earned his PhD and MA.  His research examines the role of improvisation on the development of teams in the areas of leadership, creativity and group decision-making.

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