Limited Term Lecturer
Year Beginning at IPFW: 2003
Dr. Stumph received her Ph.D. in Economics from Lehigh University in 1999.
Dr. Stumph's teaching interests includes international economics and game theory.
Dr. Stumph's current research is in the areas of regional macroeconomic development, macroeconomic policy issues and utility theory. Dr. Stumph recently received a grant from Northrop Corporation to support her work, and the work of several of her students, in ongoing research in the area of international economics.
Dr. Stumph is a member of the Academy of Business Economics and Omicron Delta Epsilon (international honor society) and has presented at many meetings including the Academy of Business Economics meeting in March 2005. Dr. Stumph is also the Program Chairperson/President-elect for the Academy of Business Economics, 2005 to 2006.
Dr. Stumph joined the Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne faculty in 2003 after serving two years at Illinois Wesleyan University.