Jack is the Assistant Dean and Chief of Staff of the School of Innovation and Assistant Vice President for Entrepreneurship and Economic Development. Before that, he was Director of Program Development and Senior Lecturer in Law at the Texas A&M University School of Law in Ft. Worth.
His scholarly work spans multiple disciplines and appears in journals such as the Journal of Mathematical Finance, the Florida Tax Review, the Journal on Policy & Complex Systems, and the Cayman Financial Review. He’s presented at numerous conferences and workshops on topics ranging from legal ethics and implicit bias to theoretical physics and quantitative finance.
Jack was born in Rahway, New Jersey, and currently lives in College Station, Texas, with his wife and nine children, although older ones are now leaving! He enjoys scotch and cigars with good friends, the intersection of theology and cosmology, anything nautical, and singing really loudly (and slightly off-key) to classic rock on the car radio.
Favorite YouTube Channel
3 Blue 1 Brown – It really explains complicated mathematical concepts in original ways.
Who Would Play You in the Movie Version of Your Life?
Gene Wilder a la “Young Frankenstein”
How Do You Like to Spend a Rainy Day?
Smoking my pipe on the porch.