Daryl Manullang is an instructor teaching courses in financial policies and strategies, managerial, and international finance.
His research interests are corporate finance, healthcare financial management, and corporate social responsibility. He is currently examining firms' use of non-financial information and its impact on debt and equity markets. He has presented at various conferences including the Financial Management Association and the Midwest Finance Association. His work has been published in Managerial Finance and the Journal of Business Ethics.
Manullang is working toward a PhD in business administration from the University of Rhode Island. He earned an MBA from the University of Portland and a bachelor's degree from Walla Walla University. He previously taught for USF in Lakeland and in St. Petersburg and has held adjunct appointments with the University of Rhode Island and Harvard University. He also has years of experience as an administrator in the health care field.
- FIN 3403 Principles of Finance
- FIN 3604 International Finance
- FIN 4414 Advance Corporate Finance
- FIN 4443 Financial Policies and Strategies
- "Corporate social responsibility and socially responsive investing: A global perspective", with R.P. Hill and T. Shank, 2007, Journal of Business Ethics, vol. 70: 165–174.