Tim Williams Junior Faculty Fellowship

Through his extensive involvement with UNIBusiness, Tim Williams (Accounting '71) knows that attracting and retaining young, talented, tenure-track faculty is no easy task. In that light, he created the Tim Williams Junior Faculty Fellowship to reward and recognize outstanding new professors in the College.

Each year for three years a different faculty member will hold the honored title of Tim Williams Junior Faculty Fellow as an incentive for these faculty members to excel in their quest for tenure, and the funds allow them to take part in professional development and scholarly activity during the summer.

Williams has been actively involved in the College for many years, serving on the Accounting Advisory Council and Dean's Executive Advisory Board, and now a trustee on the UNI Foundation Board. He is recently retired senior vice president and CFO from Blackbaud, although he is still very involved on several corporate boards.

Amy Igou, 2017-2018

Assistant professor of accounting Amy Igou was recently selected to be the third recipient of the Tim Williams Junior Faculty Fellowship. Prior to joining the UNI Faculty, Amy worked at Deere & Company for 19 years in a variety of positions in financial systems. Several years were spent on the SAP implementation team. Many of the experiences from leading and participating on the system development project are used as a foundation in her teaching and in her research.

Alicia Rosburg, 2016-2017

Assistant professor of economics Alicia Rosburg received the Tim Williams Junior Faculty Fellowship from 2016 to 2017. Alicia returned to the Department of Economics, from which she received her undergraduate degree, as a faculty member in 2012. She was selected for a 2013 Pre-tenure Summer Fellowship and named a distinguished member of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars in 2013 for contributions to the classroom, the campus, and the community.

Rusty Guay, 2014-2015

Assistant professor of management Rusty Guay was selected to be the first recipient of the Tim Williams Junior Faculty Fellowship. He has more than 10 years of human resources experience in the manufacturing, hospitality and consulting industries with a primary focus on staffing, training, governmental compliance and employee relations. He maintains a solid balance between getting his work published and being committed to students, serving as the co-advisor for the Panther Leadership Service Club.


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Tim Williams Junior Faculty Fellowship

Through his extensive involvement with UNIBusiness, Tim Williams (Accounting '71) knows that attracting and retaining young, talented, tenure-track faculty is no easy task. In that light, he created the Tim Williams Junior Faculty Fellowship to reward and recognize outstanding new professors in the College.

Each year for three years a different faculty member will hold the honored title of Tim Williams Junior Faculty Fellow as an incentive for these faculty members to excel in their quest for tenure, and the funds allow them to take part in professional development and scholarly activity during the summer.

Williams has been actively involved in the College for many years, serving on the Accounting Advisory Council and Dean's Executive Advisory Board, and now a trustee on the UNI Foundation Board. He is recently retired senior vice president and CFO from Blackbaud, although he is still very involved on several corporate boards.

Amy Igou, 2017-2018

Assistant professor of accounting Amy Igou was recently selected to be the third recipient of the Tim Williams Junior Faculty Fellowship. Prior to joining the UNI Faculty, Amy worked at Deere & Company for 19 years in a variety of positions in financial systems. Several years were spent on the SAP implementation team. Many of the experiences from leading and participating on the system development project are used as a foundation in her teaching and in her research.

Alicia Rosburg, 2016-2017

Assistant professor of economics Alicia Rosburg received the Tim Williams Junior Faculty Fellowship from 2016 to 2017. Alicia returned to the Department of Economics, from which she received her undergraduate degree, as a faculty member in 2012. She was selected for a 2013 Pre-tenure Summer Fellowship and named a distinguished member of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars in 2013 for contributions to the classroom, the campus, and the community.

Rusty Guay, 2014-2015

Assistant professor of management Rusty Guay was selected to be the first recipient of the Tim Williams Junior Faculty Fellowship. He has more than 10 years of human resources experience in the manufacturing, hospitality and consulting industries with a primary focus on staffing, training, governmental compliance and employee relations. He maintains a solid balance between getting his work published and being committed to students, serving as the co-advisor for the Panther Leadership Service Club.

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Departments & Faculty | Endowed Professorships

Tim Williams Junior Faculty Fellowship

Through his extensive involvement with UNIBusiness, Tim Williams (Accounting '71) knows that attracting and retaining young, talented, tenure-track faculty is no easy task. In that light, he created the Tim Williams Junior Faculty Fellowship to reward and recognize outstanding new professors in the College.

Each year for three years a different faculty member will hold the honored title of Tim Williams Junior Faculty Fellow as an incentive for these faculty members to excel in their quest for tenure, and the funds allow them to take part in professional development and scholarly activity during the summer.

Williams has been actively involved in the College for many years, serving on the Accounting Advisory Council and Dean's Executive Advisory Board, and now a trustee on the UNI Foundation Board. He is recently retired senior vice president and CFO from Blackbaud, although he is still very involved on several corporate boards.

Amy Igou, 2017-2018

Assistant professor of accounting Amy Igou was recently selected to be the third recipient of the Tim Williams Junior Faculty Fellowship. Prior to joining the UNI Faculty, Amy worked at Deere & Company for 19 years in a variety of positions in financial systems. Several years were spent on the SAP implementation team. Many of the experiences from leading and participating on the system development project are used as a foundation in her teaching and in her research.

Alicia Rosburg, 2016-2017

Assistant professor of economics Alicia Rosburg received the Tim Williams Junior Faculty Fellowship from 2016 to 2017. Alicia returned to the Department of Economics, from which she received her undergraduate degree, as a faculty member in 2012. She was selected for a 2013 Pre-tenure Summer Fellowship and named a distinguished member of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars in 2013 for contributions to the classroom, the campus, and the community.

Rusty Guay, 2014-2015

Assistant professor of management Rusty Guay was selected to be the first recipient of the Tim Williams Junior Faculty Fellowship. He has more than 10 years of human resources experience in the manufacturing, hospitality and consulting industries with a primary focus on staffing, training, governmental compliance and employee relations. He maintains a solid balance between getting his work published and being committed to students, serving as the co-advisor for the Panther Leadership Service Club.

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