IBH Staff

Joseph Bailey, Ph.D.
Faculty Director, IBH
Associate Dean of Undergraduate Programs
Associate Research Professor
Robert H. Smith School of Business

Dr. Bailey has been a faculty member at the University of Maryland since 1998. From 2009-2014 and again from 2017-2021 he was Executive Director of the QUEST Honors Program. During the interim, he was an Edison Scholar at the United States Patent and Trademark Office developing improved artificial intelligence tools for automated patent search. Dr. Bailey teaches a number of undergraduate and graduate courses in data science, information systems, and systems design including the middle two courses in the QUEST curriculum. He serves on the board of several tech startups.

Dr. Bailey has a Ph.D. from the Technology, Management and Policy Program at MIT, an M.S. in Engineering-Economic Systems from Stanford University, and a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and Engineering and Public Policy from Carnegie Mellon University.

Elizabeth Galvin, M.A.
Associate Director

Liz has been a staff member at the University of Maryland since 2009. She first joined the Office of Undergraduate Admissions and helped recruit talented students to the University of Maryland, including involvement with the Honors College and Banneker/Key Scholarship selection processes. In 2013 Liz moved to the Advanced Cybersecurity Experience for Students (ACES) Honors Program, where she designed co-curricular, experiential learning opportunities, and helped build an outstanding living-learning program within the University of Maryland Honors College. In 2018 she joined the Clark School of Engineering to lead the Clark Foundation Scholarship Programs, including the A. James Clark Scholars Program, the A. James & Alice B. Clark Foundation’s signature academic program.

Liz has an M.A. in Higher Education Administration from Columbia University and a B.A. in French Language, Literature, and Culture along with a University Honors Program Citation from the University of Maryland.

Jillian CordialJillian Cordial, M.A.
Program Coordinator

Jillian Cordial started her career in higher education working as a coordinator for a first year experience program at the University of Cincinnati. At the University of Maryland, she previously worked as Program Manager for Carillon Communities, a living-learning program, where she taught the Carillon Studio course, supported other Carillon Studio course instructors, advised students, and supported day-to-day programmatic needs. While at Carillon, Jillian led the inaugural Carillon Community Council and curated programs and events to further develop community amongst Carillon students.

Jillian has an M.A. in Higher Education from the University of Maryland, College Park, and a B.A. in Political Science along with a Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies minor, a Legal Studies certificate, and a University Honors designation from the University of Cincinnati.

Distinguished Faculty

Prabhudev Konana

Prabhudev Konana

Dean and Professor of Information Systems
Rebecca Hann

Rebecca Hann

Assistant Dean of Doctoral Programs
KPMG Term Professor
Gilad Chen

Gilad Chen

Associate Dean for Research
Robert H. Smith Chair in Organizational Behavior
Lemma W. Senbet

Lemma W. Senbet

The William E. Mayer Chair Professor of Finance
Michel Wedel

Michel Wedel

Distinguished University Professor
PepsiCo Chair in Consumer Science

Thomas M. Corsi

Academic Director, MS Supply Chain Program
Michelle L. Smith Professor of Logistics
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