Areas of Expertise
Professor Geoghegan’s research interests include strategic management, innovation, innovation systems, innovative capabilities and technology transfer.
- Ph.D., National University of Ireland, Galway
Awards, Honors & Certificates
- MBA Teaching Excellence Award, Kelley School of Business (2021)
- Online MBA Professor of the Year, Kelley School of Business (2018/2019)
- Indiana University Trustees Teaching Award (2019)
- MBA Teaching Excellence Award, Kelley School of Business (2019)
- Outstanding Service Award, Kelley School of Business (2019)
- Syracuse University DCP Faculty of the Year (2015)
- Faculty of the Year Award, Whitman School of Management (voted by grading class) - Beta Gamma Sigma (2015)
- Named among the “40 Most Outstanding B-School Profs under 40 in the World” by the Poets and Quants website (2015)
- Bacq, S., Geoghegan, W., Josefy, M., Stevenson, R., and Williams, T.A. (2020). The COVID-19 Virtual Idea Blitz: Marshaling Social Entrepreneurship to Rapidly Respond to Urgent Grand Challenges. Business Horizons, 63(8), 705-723. View Full Text
- Ryan, P., Geoghegan, W., & Hilliard, R. (2018). The Microfoundations of Firms’ Explorative Innovation Capabilities within the Triple Helix Framework. Technovation, 76-77, 15-27.
- Geoghegan, W. (2017). University/ Industry Collaboration And The Development Of Firm Specific Innovative Capabilities. In Donald Siegel & James Cunningham (Eds.), World Scientific Press Innovation Series: Entrepreneurial Universities. Singapore: World Scientific Publishing Co., Pte Ltd.
- Geoghegan, W., O’Kane, C., & Fitzgerald, C. (2015). Technology Transfer Offices as a Nexus within the Triple Helix: The Progression of the University’s Role. International Journal for Technology Management, 68(3-4), 255-277.
- Geoghegan, W. (2015). Technology Transfer And Cluster Interactions. In Link, A., Audretsch, D. & Hayter, C. (Eds.), Concise Guide To Entrepreneurship, Technology, And Innovation. UK: Edward Elgar.
- O’Kane, C., Mangematin, V., Geoghegan, W., & Fitzgerald, C. (2015). University Technology Transfer Offices: The search for identity to build legitimacy. Research Policy, 44(2), 421–437.
Edited on August 23, 2021