Research by Willumstad faculty makes a significant impact on the business world.
Willumstad faculty members conduct research into almost every area of business, from data analytics and supply chain management to organizational leadership, institutional theory, entrepreneurship, economic development, and business ethics. And their findings provide new insights into the challenges and opportunities facing businesses in today’s global economy.
For more than a year now, we've been hearing about how supply chain issues are causing shortages of everything from electronics and autos to meat and household products.
More than 252 million of the world's entrepreneurs are women, according to the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor's (GEM) 2018/2019 Women's Entrepreneurship Report. Perhaps inspired by these women who have taken on the business world, an average of almost 18 percent of women globally said they too aspired to start a new business within the next three years.
Supporting the Corporate Landscape Through Research
At Adelphi, we provide extensive assistance for business researchers and professionals, and our Business Review newsletter showcases the pioneering endeavors of our faculty and students in the corporate world.
Support for Business Researchers
Adelphi’s Office of Research and Sponsored Programs helps promote and support research by Willumstad faculty members. Learn about grant support, funding opportunities, and the ways faculty members can advance their fields.
Adelphi Business Review
Published at least twice every year, the Adelphi Business Review newsletter highlights the latest research by faculty members.
Academic and Creative Research Magazine
Our annual publication celebrates the passion for discovery at Adelphi, highlighting the latest research and creative output of our faculty members and their students.
At Adelphi, Business Research Is Not Just for Faculty
Adelphi’s annual Scholarship and Creative Works Conference is a showcase for research by our undergraduate and graduate business students – as well as disciplines across the University campus.