Callen Anthony (PhD, Boston College) is an Assistant Professor at NYU’s Stern School of Business. Her research examines the relationship between interpretation and innovation, focusing on the emergence and use of new technologies. Specifically, Professor Anthony studies the role of new analytical technologies in the production of knowledge; how interpretations shape competitive dynamics during emergence; and the effects of cognition on innovation.
Natalia Levina is the Paganelli-Bull Professor in the TOPS Department at NYU Stern School of Business. Her current research explores AI adoption in professional work, the governance of crowdsourcing, and the societal impacts of blockchains. She heads the Ph.D. program in Information Systems and teaches classes on digital strategy and innovation. A Fellow in the Association for Information Systems, she earned her Ph.D. in Information Technology from MIT's Sloan School of Management.
Frances J. Milliken is the Arthur E. Imperatore Professor of Entrepreneurial Studies and a Professor of Management at Stern. She holds a B.A. from Barnard College and a Ph.D. from the City University of New York. Professor Milliken’s research focuses on understanding communication processes in organizations, on the effects of diversity, and most recently, on employees’ reactions to hybrid and remote work arrangements. She was elected a Fellow of the Academy of Management in 2019.
Julianna Pillemer (PhD, Wharton) is an Assistant Professor of Management and Organizations at NYU's Stern School of Business. Professor Pillemer's research focuses on understanding the complexities of close relationships at work, and how new technologies are reshaping the way workers relate to key constituents (e.g., colleagues, audience members). Her work has been published in outlets such as Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, and Organization Science.
Robert Seamans (PhD, UC Berkeley) is a Professor at NYU's Stern School of Business where he teaches courses in game theory and strategy. Professor Seamans' research focuses on how firms use technology in their strategic interaction with each other, and also focuses on the economic consequences of AI, robotics and other advanced technologies. In 2015, Professor Seamans was appointed as the Senior Economist for technology and innovation on President Obama's Council of Economic Advisers.