Dr. Pamela Hurley
Dr. Pamela HurleyAssociate Professor - Director, Risk Management & InsuranceManagement and Insurance & Risk Management
Discipline: Risk Management & Insurance
Dr. Hurley has eight years' experience teaching in finance and risk management. She served as the Director of risk management at Utica college. Dr. Hurley served as the manager of quantitative analysis and risk at Meridian Capital Partners. She has published 3+ journal articles in risk management.
PhD, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 2005 -Finance MBA, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 2001 - Financial Technology BA, Univ. of South Carolina 1999 - Risk Management & Insurance/Finance Minor: French
MBA 6370 International Risk Management
MBA 6367 Investment Statistics
IRM 3300 Introduction to IRM (CPCU 500)
IRM 3303 Value Analysis in IRM (CPCU 520)
IRM 3310 Insurance in Estate Planning (HS 330)
IRM 4303 Advanced Property Insurance & Apps (CPCU 551)
IRM 4304 Advanced Casualty Insurance & Apps (CPCU 552)
IRM 3301 Fundamentals of Insurance Planning
IRM 4308 Advanced Risk Management
Intl 3350 Study Abroad
Meridian Capital Partners, Manager of Quantitative Analysis
AYCO, Financial Consultant
Research and Creative Interests: Shin Research Award provides information about insurance research, their awards and winners.
Hurley, Pamela and Hurley, Richard "A Federal Dilemma with Health Insurance and Health Benefit Exchanges under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act" has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Applied Financial Research Volume II 2015.
Hurley, Pamela and Hurley, Richard (accepted in 2014, printed in delayed 2013 volume). "HP's Risk in the Acquisition of Autonomy a Cost of $11 billion to a write-down of $8.8 billion in one Year." Academy of Business Journal. Vol. II, pages 1-23.
Hurley, Pamela (2013). "An Innovative Approach to Teaching RMI: Auto Insurance Game." Journal of Applied Risk Management and Insurance. Volume 1, No.1, pages 91-102.
Hurley, Pamela and Hurley, Richard (2013). "Warning Signals of the Impending Lehman Brothers' Bankruptcy Filing." Journal of Applied Financial Research. Volume II, pages 18-31.
Organizations/Community Experience: Gamma Iota Sigma International Risk Management, Insurance, and Actuarial Science Collegiate Fraternity; Beta Kappa Chapter Advisor