Champion for Sustainable Research
Dr. Nancy Landrum, associate professor of management, has an impressive list of research and intellectual contributions. Dr. Landrum is known locally in the sustainable business community and has been recognized by Arkansas Business Publishing Group as a statewide Eco-Hero as a result of her teaching and service work. Dr. Landrum is also known nationally and internationally because of her highly focused research stream, which has garnered attention for the College of Business and UALR. Dr. Landrum has been asked by other institutions to supervise practicum students and to serve on thesis committees, dissertation committees, and tenure review committees because of her established expertise in sustainable business.
Dr. Landrum’s work can generally be grouped into three categories: research oriented toward practitioners on base of the pyramid strategies, research oriented toward practitioners on sustainable business practices, and pedagogical research related to integrating sustainability into the business school curriculum.
Dr. Landrum’s record of intellectual contributions ranks her in the top 30 percent (ranked third) of her department and in the top 9 percent (ranked fifth) in the College of Business. Her intellectual contributions from 2009-2013 include four peer-reviewed journal publications (three of which are in special issues devoted to sustainability), one proceedings publication, two books, two book chapters, and two non-refereed publications for practicing managers in the field. Dr. Landrum’s research demonstrates a pattern of consistent and sustained scholarship over time.
Dr. Landrum’s degrees include a Ph.D. in business administration from New Mexico State University, a MBA from Idaho State University, and a M.A. in clinical psychology and a B.A. in psychology from Marshall University.