Poets&Quants Names Liuba Belkin and Parveen Gupta to Top 50 List

Belkin and Gupta are recognized as top undergraduate business professors. 

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Mary Ellen Alu

Liuba Belkin

Liuba Belkin

Poets&Quants, a leading resource for business education, selected Liuba Belkin, associate professor of management, and Parveen Gupta, professor of accounting, for the 2020 list of Top 50 Undergraduate Business Professors.

Belkin’s teaching style is evidence-based and on-point, lending her passion and expertise to topics such as conflict management and negotiations, organizational behavior and managing people.

A renowned researcher, she has received Lehigh’s Staub Faculty Excellence Award and the FLEX MBA Excellence in Teaching Award.

Parveen Gupta

Parveen Gupta

Gupta is a nationally recognized expert in corporate governance, financial disclosure, audit committee effectiveness and enterprise risk management.

His numerous university awards recognize his excellence in mentorship, advising and teaching. Gupta has also earned national and statewide recognition as an educator. 

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Mary Ellen Alu

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