The IU Kelley School of Business Indianapolis has hired five faculty members. Helen Colby (pictured) was appointed assistant professor of marketing. She previously worked as a post-doctoral research fellow at UCLA Anderson School of Management. Colby received her PhD in cognitive psychology and marketing from Rutgers University, where she also received her master’s degree. She holds an undergraduate degree from the University of Chicago in economics and psychology. Greg Durham was named clinical associate professor of finance. He previously worked at the University of Texas at Dallas as a clinical associate professor and the director of the finance undergraduate program. Before that, he spent 11 years at Montana State University and eight years at Arizona State University. Durham received his PhD in business administration, with an emphasis in finance; his MBA from the University of Texas at Austin and his undergraduate degree in electrical engineering from Montana State University. Dave Farber was named associate professor in accounting. He joins the Kelley faculty from the University of Texas at El Paso, where he was a professor and the Paul L. Foster and Alejandra de la Vega Foster Distinguished Chair in International Business. Farber received his PhD in management, with an accounting concentration, from the Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University. He received his MBA from the City University of New York/Baruch College and his undergraduate degree in economics from State University of New York at Stony Brook. Wei Shi (pictured) was named assistant professor of management. He received his PhD in strategic management from the Jesse H. Jones Graduate School of Business at Rice University. Shi has an MBA from the A.B. Freeman School of Business at Tulane University and received his undergraduate degree in English literature from Beijing Foreign Studies University in China. Jared Wilson joins Kelley Indianapolis as an assistant professor of finance. He will receive his PhD in finance later this year from Drexel University in Philadelphia. Wilson received his undergraduate degrees in economics and finance from the University of Pittsburgh.