Our Students

Learn more about our current PhD students, our past placement record, and profiles of Miami Herbert's former doctoral students who are now faculty at top institutions worldwide.
Graduates of the doctoral programs at Miami Herbert have taken up academic positions at prestigious universities around the world. From the University of Chicago to the University of Hong Kong, they are making their mark as professors at top business schools.


Business Technology

  • Ao Huang
  • Xiru Pan



  • Jiangxue Feng
  • Judith Bohnenkamp
  • Felipe Marinho da Rocha
  • Da Ke, University of South Carolina Darla Moore School of Business, 2017
  • William Bazley, University of Kansas, 2019
  • Carina Cuculiza, Marquette University, 2021
  • Prithu Vatsa, Visiting Assistant Professor, Southern Methodist University, 2022
  • Melina Vosse, Assistant Professor, University of San Diego, 2022
  • Claudio Rizzi, Assistant Professor, University of Navarra, 2023
  • Ikchan An

Management Science

  • Biao Cai (Postdoctoral researcher, Yale University)
  • Jie Zhou 
Tree lined street on the University of Miami Campus with students walking about.

The training I received at Miami Herbert was not only rigorous but also pragmatic. From very early on, I was able to work closely with my advisor, Dr. Yadong Luo, on research publications. This apprenticeship model provided a precious hands-on learning experience.

Stephanie Wang '14, PhD in Strategy/International Business

This is a top school with respect to business and economics. It’s a great privilege to start my career at such a prestigious place.

John Barrios '15, PhD in Accounting

Miami Herbert's strong emphasis on behavioral finance provided me with the unique opportunity and resources to dive into this emerging area. The close working relationship with my advisor, as well as with other faculty members, was instrumental in my development as a financial economist.

Da Ke '17, PhD in Finance

The variety and productivity of Miami Herbert’s faculty allowed me to understand how different scholars conduct research, which has helped me develop my own research style.

Noah VanBergen '17, PhD in Marketing


  • Ben Borenstein (Villanova University, 2021)
  • Aiden Lee (California State University Long Beach, 2020)
  • Carter Morgan (University of South Florida, 2019)
  • Luke Nowlan (KU Leuven, 2019)
  • Noah VanBergen (University of Cincinnati Carl H. Lindner School of Business, 2017)
  • Tatiana Fajardo (Florida State University College of Business, 2015)
  • Eva Buechel (University of South Carolina Darla Moore School of Business, 2014; currently at University of Southern California)
  • Anthony Salerno (University of Cincinnati, 2014; currently Vanderbilt University Owen Graduate School of Management, 2021)
  • Julio Sevilla (University of Georgia Terry College of Business, 2013)

Operations Management

  • Huiqi Guan (Fudan University, 2018)
  • Yutian Li (University of Science and Technology of China, 2018)
  • Fang Fang (California State University, LA College of Business and Economics, 2016)
  • Zheyu Jiang
  • Yunke Li

Organizational Behavior

Strategy/International Business

  • Boshuo Li
  • Fengdian Yang