Dr. Sarah Bryant
Finance
 

Sarah Bryant 

Office: Grove Hall 133
Phone: 717-477-1678
E-Mail:skbryant@ship.edu
Office Hours 

Professor of Finance 

Education 

  • MBA-level, International Finance, Loyola College, Baltimore, MD, Sum 2004.
  • MBA-level, Intermediate Finance Fall 2004 and Investments, Spring 2005, Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
  • Ph.D., concentration Economics: International Economics and Money and Banking, The University of South Carolina, August 1985.
  • Dissertation Topic: “Analysis of the Effects of the Age Composition of the US Population on the Demand for Financial Assets - An Empirical Study.”
  • B.S., Economics and Business, University of South Carolina, 1979.


Faculty Development in International Business, University of South Carolina CIBER, Moore School of Business, June 13-18, 2010.
Scholarship recipient: University of South Carolina CIBER, Professional Development in International Business Overseas Program to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Buenos Aires, Argentina, and Santiago, Chili. May 2011.  

Courses Taught

International Finance
MBA Global Financial Management (face to face, f2f/distance hybrid, and online)
Managerial Finance (Undergraduate, face to face and online)
Principles of Real Estate, and Real Estate Finance and Investments
MBA foundation Micro and Macro Economics (online)
 

Service on many university committees 

Recent Consulting Activities 

  • Senior Consultant International Business Education (2012-2013), Aecom and the US Agency for International Development (USAID). Three visits to Baghdad. Team of three from Shippensburg University to assist University of Baghdad in Iraq to improve their business, finance, and banking curriculum, teaching techniques, and achieve AACSB accreditation.
  • Senior Financial Economist Consultant, Plexus Consulting Group, LLC, Washington, DC. (1998 - 2011) USAID contract to the Kingdom of Jordan, economic scenario analysis to develop contingency planning for the Government of Jordan (September – November 2009)
  • On-line course creation for Finance and Economics, USDA, Graduate School, Washington, DC. (December 2010 - April 2011).

Recent Publications

Bryant, Sarah K. and Jonathan Kohn (2013), “A Housing Bubble Debate Resolved,” Journal of Applied Finance and Banking

Hogan, Eileen A., Sarah K. Bryant, and Leslie E. Overymyer-Day (2012), “Relationships Between College Students’ Credit Card Debt, Undesirable Academic Behaviors and Cognitions, and Academic Performance.” College Student Journal.  

Bennett, JohnPaul, and Sarah K. Bryant (2011).  “A Cross-Cultural Initiative: Engaging China's Middle Class,” Journal of Modern Accounting and Auditing

Kohn, Jonathan and Sarah K. Bryant, (January 2011). “Factors Leading to the U.S. Housing Bubble: A Structural Equation Modeling Approach.” Research in Business and Economics Journal.  http://www.aabri.com/manuscripts/10485.pdf  

Kohn, Jonathan and Sarah K. Bryant (March 2010).  “An Econometric Interpretation of the Recent US Housing Boom,” Research in Business and Economics Journalhttp://www.aabri.com/manuscripts/09381.pdf 

Bryant, Sarah K. and Maling Ebrahimpour (Fall 2009). “Ph.D. Candidate Shortage in Business Schools: A Survey,” Journal of Business Disciplines, Volume X.  

Bryant, Sarah K. and Pavlo Tsebro (2008-2009). “The Impact of Trade Finance on External Trade: Evidence from Selected Sub-Saharan Africa,”  The Journal of Business in Developing Nations, Vol. 11, www.jbdn.org. 

Bryant, Sarah K. (2008). “The Dilemma: To Publish, To Teach, To Serve,” The Dean’s Perspective: Issues in Academic Leadership in Schools of Business, Krishna S. Dhir, ed, Decision Sciences Institute: Atlanta, GA. 

Bower, Sarah Bryant, (2008). “Lessons for New Deans,” The Dean’s Perspective: Issues in Academic Leadership in Schools of Business, Krishna S. Dhir, ed, Decision Sciences Institute: Atlanta, GA. Also, included in AACSB New Deans Conference materials and the AACSB Aspiring Deans conference materials, from fall 2007. 

Bower, S. B., and E. A. Hogan (2008). "Two Deans' Perspective: Internal Promotion vs. Outside Hire." The Dean’s Perspective: Issues in Academic Leadership in Schools of Business, Krishna S. Dhir, ed, Decision Sciences Institute: Atlanta, GA.