Wei Feng

Assistant Professor, Investment Management

Office location:

International Business Center

Room 240

Email: wfeng@lynn.edu

Phone: +1 561-237-7534

Professional profile

Wei Feng received his Ph.D. from the University of Alabama in 2002. Since 2015, Feng has taught undergraduate and graduate courses in Finance at Lynn University. Prior to joining Lynn University's College of Business and Management, Feng had over 10 years of professional experience in the finance industry where he specialized in financial trading and portfolio management.  He has published in the Journal of Alternative Investment Management

Education

Ph.D., University of Alabama

Teaching philosophy

As an educator, besides rigorous finance training, Feng strives to instill critical thinking within students and relate their learning to real life. Feng believes each student is unique and will work with them to achieve their best potential.

Areas of scholarship

  • Financial management
  • Entrepreneurial finance
  • Investment 
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