Assistant Professor of Finance
Dr. Gregory R. (Greg) Durham joined the College of Business faculty as a professor of finance in 2003 after working at Arizona State University for the prior eight years. A native Montanan, Durham received his undergraduate degree in electrical engineering from Montana State University-Bozeman. He completed his Master's degree at the University of Texas at Austin and his Ph.D. degree at Arizona State University.
Professor Durham received the Gary Bracken Student Choice Award for Outstanding Teaching in 2005 and was the keynote speaker at the College of Business 2005 graduation ceremony. He also received numerous awards while at ASU, including the W.P. Carey School of Business Outstanding Teacher of the Year, University Faculty Fellow, Wakonse Fellow of Teaching Excellence, and College of Business Outstanding Graduate Assistant. Durham also delivered a going-away speech to his former students and colleagues, as part of ASU's esteemed Last Lecture Series. Dr. Durham has taught a wide variety of courses at the doctoral, graduate, and undergraduate levels.
Professor Durham's research interests include the areas of behavioral finance, sports wagering markets, pay-vs.-performance relationships in professional sports organizations, and educational issues in finance. Durham's research has been published in the Journal of Finance and the Journal of the Academy of Business Education. Durham has also appeared on research conference programs alongside the likes of Professor Jared Diamond (author of Guns, Germs, and Steel) and Professor Steven Levitt (author of Freakonomics).
Greg is very excited to be back in his hometown of Bozeman. When not teaching or researching, he enjoys hiking, biking, spending time at local coffee shops, playing jam-band music on KGLT radio, traveling to Europe and to central Mexico, and getting to know many people from all walks of life.