Curriculum Vitae Robert F. Bruner Darden Graduate School of Business Administration University of Virginia P.O. Box 6550 Charlottesville, VA 22906 Telephone: (434) 924-7481 Facsimile: (434) 924-1451 E-mail: [email protected] Summary Website: Current Position: Dean, Charles C. Abbott Professor of Business Administration and Distinguished Professor of Business Administration, Darden Graduate School of Business Administration, University of Virginia. Member of the Darden faculty since 1982. Expertise: Service to Finance: valuation, emerging markets, mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance, refinancings and restructurings, innovation in financial instruments and financial institutions. Practitioners: Consultant to corporations and government entities. Leader of annual Darden conference, “Emerging Markets Finance.” Executive education. Degrees: B.A., Yale University, 1971. M.B.A., Harvard University, 1974. D.B.A., Harvard University, 1982. Awards: Numerous recognitions for research, case writing, and teaching. Publications: 20 journal articles published under peer review. 15 articles published with editorial review. 19 books, including five editions of casebook with instructor’s manual. 459 items of teaching material, mainly case studies. Co-edited two journals. Teaching: Introductory finance, M.B.A. program. Various corporate finance elective courses, M.B.A. program. Personal: Married, with two children. Active in community organizations. Degrees
2 Curriculum Vitae of Robert F. Bruner 1982 Doctor of Business Administration, Harvard University. 1974 Master of Business Administration, Harvard University. 1971 Bachelor of Arts, Yale University. Academic Appointments Since 1988 Tenured as Associate Professor, 1988. Promoted to Full Professor, 1993. Distinguished Professor Chair of Business Administration, 1996 to present. Charles C. Abbott Professor Chair of Business Administration, from 2005. Teaching assignments have included required MBA introductory course in finance and electives in corporate finance, mergers and acquisitions, technology seminar, general management, and a joint elective with the UVA Law School. 2004 to 2005 Visiting Senior Research Scholar in Finance and Economics Division of Columbia Business School and Fellow of the Samberg Institute for Teaching Excellence at Columbia Business School. 1998 Visiting Professor, IESE Business School, Barcelona, Spain 1991 to 1992 Visiting Professor, European Institute of Business Administration and 1994 (INSEAD), Fontainebleau, France. 1982 to 1988 Assistant Professor of Business Administration (1982-1985) and Associate Professor of Business Administration (1985-1988) University of Virginia. 1977 to 1982 Various appointments as researcher or lecturer at Harvard University, University of Virginia, Simmons College, Northeastern University and Management Education Institute.