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Curtis L. Wesley

Contact Information

(317) 274-0939
cuwesley [at] iupui [dot] edu (E-mail)
Indianapolis, Room BS 4022

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  • Assistant Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship


  • Indianapolis


  • PhD, Texas A&M University, 2010
  • MBA, University of Maryland, 2002
  • BS, United States Naval Academy, 1993

Professional Experience

  • Vice President, Citigroup Citi Cards
  • Citigroup Citi Cards Marketing Management Associate
  • Commander, U. S. Navy, Reserve Senior HR Officer
  • U.S. Naval Academy Diversity Admissions Officer
  • Winged Naval Flight Officer, P-3C Orion

Awards, Honors & Certifications

  • 6th Annual NYU Satter Conference on Social Entrepreneurs Best Paper Award ($5000 prize), 2009
  • NBMBAA Dr. H. Naylor Fitzhugh Doctoral Fellowship ($15,000), 2008 – 2009
  • Texas A&M University Diversity Fellowship, 2006 - 2009
  • NBMBAA Dallas Ft. Worth Chapter Doctoral Scholarship Winner, 2006, 2008
  • Navy Commendation Medal, U. S. Naval Academy Admissions

Professional Interests

Corporate Governance, Social Entrepreneurship, Strategic Management

Selected Publications

  • Ndofor, H.A., C.L. Wesley, R.L. Priem (2013), "Providing CEOs with Cheating Opportunities: The Effects of Complexity-based Information Asymmetries on Financial Reporting Fraud," forthcoming, Journal of Management.

  • Miller, T. L., C. L. Wesley, and D. E. Williams (2012), "Educating the Minds of Caring Hearts: Comparing the Views of Practitioners and Educators on the Importance of Social Entrepreneurship Competencies,"  Academy of Management Learning and Education, 11: 349-370.

  • Miller, T. L. and C. L. Wesley (2009), "Evaluating New Social Ventures: VC’s Assessments of Effective Social Entrepreneurship," Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 34: 705-733.