Randal Ice, Ed.D.
Randal Ice, Ed.D., has been with the university since 1984 and is currently a professor and holder of the Barnabas Chair in Finance. Formerly, he was the Finance Department chair for 16 years and the interim dean of the College of Business for a year. He has been widely quoted in the media, testified before the Oklahoma Legislature and hosted a call-in radio program for several years. He is married with two grown sons and four grandchildren.
Dr. Ice has taught many finance classes over the years, but normally teaches Personal Finance, Financial History, Investments, Security Analysis and the London, Dublin, Belfast Study Tour.
Education and Certifications
Bachelor's Degree from the University of Oklahoma
Master's Degree from the University of Michigan
Doctorate from Oklahoma State University
Honors and Awards
Finance Department Outstanding Teaching Award, April, 2014
UCO Herbert S. Dordick Outstanding Mentor Award, August, 2010
College of Business Barnabas Endowed Chair awarded 2009
UCO Modeling the Way Award, August 2006
Finance Department Service Award, 2002
Faculty Merit Service Award, August 1997
College of Business Outstanding Service Award, 1996
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Professional and Community Involvement
Oklahoma City Housing Services Redevelopment Corp., Board Member and Officer, 2014 to present
National Tornado Summit Foundation, Board Member, 2013 to present
Baptist Foundation of Oklahoma, Board Member or Advisor, 2008 to present
Oklahoma Council for Economic Education, Board Member, 1990 to present
Research, Published Work, and Scholarly Activities
Most recent publication:
"Defined Benefit Plans vs. Defined Contribution Plans: An Evaluation Framework Using Random Returns
by Dr. Julie Cumbie, Dr. Randal Ice, Dr. V. Sivarama Krishnan
Journal of Personal Finance
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