Andrew joined the University of Nebraska graduate program in 2015 to pursue an M.B.A. During this time, he worked as a teaching assistant for Dr. Sam Nelson
within the College of Business Center for Entrepreneurship. During this time, he assisted in the instruction of courses focused on the foundations of entrepreneurship, business plan development, identifying and exploring entrepreneurial opportunities, and mitigating risk and change in organizations.
As a Ph.D., Andrew has assisted with organizing the CARMA webcast series, the CARMA short courses at Wayne State University and University of South Carolina, the AOM-CARMA Doctoral Student Development Program (DSDP), and in developing the Research Methods Education Program (RMEP). He also has acted as a representative to the University of Nebraska Graduate Student Association, the College of Business Dean's Strategic Planning Taskforce, and a new venture financial mentor with the Center for Entrepreneurship.
Andrew currently conducts research in areas pertaining to leadership, implicit perceptions, and psychometric measurement. In his time at UNL, he has conducted research in such topics with Dr. Larry Williams
, Dr. Bradley Kirkman
, Dr. Troy Smith
, and Dr. Nikolaos Dimotakis
As an instructor in the College of Business, Andrew has taught MNGT 360: Managing behavior in organizations
and currently instructs MNGT/ENTR 421: Identifying and exploring entrepreneurial opportunities