School of Business and Economics

Graduate Advising

Our graduate program advisors are here to help support your academic and career goals and provide information about co-ops and internships, academic policies and procedures, course scheduling, campus resources, tutoring assistance, advice on selecting a major,
 graduation, and more. We are here to help you succeed.

Joel C. Tuoriniemi

  • Professor of Practice in Accounting, School of Business and Economics
  • Director of MS in Accounting Program
  • Ed and Betty Robinson Accounting Fellow

Teaching Interests

  • Taxation
  • Accounting
  • Legal Environment of Business

Research Interests

  • Equitable Relief in Tax Disputes
  • SFAS 142 Goodwill Impairments
  • Reasonableness Determinations in Contract Interpretation
  • Inequality of Bargaining Power

Gary A. Campbell

  • Professor of Natural Resource Economics, School of Business and Economics
  • Director of MS in Applied Natural Resource Economics
  • Affiliate Professor, Geological and Mining Engineering and Sciences

Teaching Interests

  • Natural Resource Economics
  • Principles of Economics
  • International Economics


  • Metal markets
  • Sustainability of mining
  • Social decision-making about resource use