Nile Hatch (Business)
Nile Hatch earned his Ph.D. at the University of California, Berkeley and is now an entrepreneurship professor at BYU. He teaches innovation and strategy in the Marriott School of Management. Nile’s research focuses on learning and innovation as determinants of entrepreneurial success and corporate agility. He is also the area leader of the BYU entrepreneurship program.
Chris Mattson (Engineering)
Christopher A. Mattson received his Ph.D. (2003) from the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Prior to joining the faculty at BYU, Prof. Mattson was the Global Director of Engineering Design and Research at ATL Technology. He led the design of many electro-mechanical products used by over 15 million people worldwide. His is the recipient of a National Science Foundation CAREER award and has been awarded three US Patents.
Neal Bangerter (Engineering)
Neal Bangerter received a Bachelor's degree in Physics from U.C. Berkeley, and received Master's and Ph.D. degrees in Electrical Engineering from Stanford. Prior to joining BYU as an associate professor, Neal worked at management consulting firm McKinsey & Company, software maker Microsoft, and served as Vice President of Product Management for advertising technology company Reactrix.
Bryan Howell (Industrial Design)
Bryan received his MFA in Design from the University of Texas – Austin in 2005 and his undergraduate degree in Industrial Design from Brigham Young University in 1984. He started his professional career working with Frogdesign in Germany, California and Singapore. He then moved to Dell Computer in Austin where he worked in Design and Engineering Management. After receiving his graduate degree he successfully directed his own consulting business with clients in North America and Asia. He has been teaching at Brigham Young University since August of 2005.
Curtis Anderson (Law)
Curtis Anderson recently joined the BYU Law School faculty after over 20 years of experience in private practice and as an in-house lawyer. Prior to teaching at BYU, Curtis was the general counsel of the Match Group, which is controlled by IAC/InterActiveCorp. Before joining IAC, he was a partner at Baker Botts in Dallas, Texas. While in private practice, he was a transactional lawyer and advised public and private companies, venture capital funds and development stage companies.