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How Will AI Change Your Field? WSB Faculty Respond

June 26, 2020

AI: Artificial Intelligence. It's a hot topic, and a more nuanced discussion than just visions of robots taking over our lives. WSB faculty weigh in on AI's pros, cons, and perhaps, its inevitability.

WSB Helps Shape Public Policy with New Insurance Experts Panel

May 21, 2020

WSB faculty are leading a timely new initiative to help inform major public policy issues affecting the insurance industry as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

For Expectant Mothers, Long Commutes May Come With a Risk

April 6, 2020

Commuting and the stress that goes with it is a way of life for millions of Americans. But for pregnant women, regular long commutes may hold implications for fetus health and prenatal care. WSB's Yang Wang explains.

WSB Professor Joan Schmit stands for a portrait in Grainger Hall

Joan Schmit Advances Cyber Risk Research Agenda in Science Magazine

December 2, 2019

WSB's Joan Schmit is published in the latest issue of Science magazine with a timely article she co-authored about the importance of approaching cyber risk research through cross-disciplinary collaboration.

Where Risk Meets Health Economics: A Q&A with WSB Affiliate John Mullahy

November 14, 2019

WSB sat down with John Mullahy, a professor in the Department of Population Health Sciences and an affiliate faculty member in WSB's Department of Risk and Insurance, to talk about his connection with the School, why health economics matters, and how teaching keeps him inspired.

The Case for Settling: Sell Your Life Insurance, Live Longer

October 11, 2019

In the life settlements market, policyholders can legally sell their life insurance policies to a third party—often while withholding private information on their health status—and use the money to make the remainder of their lives more enjoyable. WSB's Daniel Bauer explains more about this lesser-known segment of the larger insurance market.

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