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Education: 
  • Ph.D. in Business Administration - Entrepreneurship from The Ohio State University, 2016
  • M.B.A. in from Rochester Institute of Technology, 2007
  • B.A. in Furniture Design & Woodworking from Rochester Institute of Technology, 2006
Experience: 
  • Graduate Research Assistant | The Ohio State University | 2010-2015
  • Vice President of Finance | Sweetwater Energy Inc. | 2008-2010
  • Partner | Valyceum Consulting LLC | 2007-2008
  • Project Manager | Simone Center for Innovation & Entreprene | 2008-2008
  • Analyst | Band of Angels | 2007-2007
  • Analyst | Private Family Offices | 1998-2004
  • Owner | Stromeyer Woodworking | 2002-2004
Memberships: 
  • Chartered Financial Analyst Institute
  • Strategic Management Society
  • Academy of Management
Awards: 
  • Entrepreneurship Division, Academy of Management - - 2012
Chapters: 
  • Stromeyer, W., & Barney, J. (2014). Cost-Benefit Analysis. The Palgrave Encyclopedia of Strategic Management. Palgrave.
Journals: 
  • Stromeyer, W., Miller, J., Sriramachandramurthy, R., & DeMartino, R. (2014). The Prowess and Pitfalls of Bayesian Structural Equation Modeling: Important Considerations for Management Research. Journal of Management.
  • Miller, J., Stromeyer, W., & Schwieterman, M. (2013). Extensions of the Johnson-Neyman Technique to Linear Models with Curvilinear Effects: Derivations and Analytical Tools. Multivariate Behavioral Research.
Presentations: 
  • Stromeyer, W., & Livengood, R. (2016). S-Curves Ahead: Examining Market Sensemaking Using Latent Growth Modeling. Academy of Management Annual Meeting.
  • Stromeyer, W., et & al., . (2015). Knightian Uncertainty in Strategy & Entrepreneurship. Academy of Management Annual Meeting.
  • William, S., & Livengood, R. (2015). S-Curves Ahead: Examining Market Sensemaking Using Latent Growth Curve Modeling. Strategic Management Society Conference.
  • Alvarez, S., & Stromeyer, W. (2014). The Co-Creation of Entrepreneurship and the Environment: Cuba and Cuban Paladares. Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference.
  • Stromeyer, W., & Alvarez, S. (2014). Linking the RBV to Creation Theory: The Origins of Heterogeneous Resources & Firms. AOM Entrepreneurial Division, Entrepreneurship Exemplars Conference.
  • Alvarez, S., & Stromeyer, W. (2013). The Co-Creation of Entrepreneurship and the Environment: Cuba and Cuban Paladares. Strategic Management Society Conference.
  • Stromeyer, W., & Alvarez, S. (2012). Routines Emergence & Entrepreneurial Opportunity Formation. Academy of Management Annual Meeting.
  • Stromeyer, W. (2011). An Examination of Differences in Heuristic Utilization Between Entrepreneurs Engaged in Discovery Opportunities Versus Those Engaged in Creation Opportunities. GLEN Meeting.
Research Grants: 
  • 2012: Miller, J., & Stromeyer, W., Organizational Response to Regulation: A Study of the European Chocolate Industry.
Working Paper: 
  • 2016: Hull, C., Leo, E., Stromeyer, W., & Tang, Z., Accounting for Market Position in the CSR to Performance Rleationship.
  • 2016: Miller, J., & Stromeyer, W., Incorporating Measurement Error into Patterned Covariance Structure Models.
  • 2016: Stromeyer, W., & Miller, J., Fitting Composite Direct Product Models Using MPlus.
  • 2016: Rawhouser, H., & Stromeyer, W., Crowdfunding: Bring Your Own Crowd or Build as You Go.
  • 2016: DeMartino, R., Stromeyer, W., Sriramachandramurthy, R., Atkins, S., & Perotti, V., The Career Motivators and Dynamics of Entrepreneurship in the Deaf Community.
  • 2016: Stromeyer, W., Murthy, R., DeMartino, R., & Noe, R., The Effects of Mentoring on Entrepreneurial Self-Efficacy and the Desire to Become an Entrepreneur.
  • 2016: Stromeyer, W., Entrepreneurial Learning Under Fundamental Uncertainty: An Examination of the Pet Health Insurance Industry.
  • 2016: Stromeyer, W., A Simulation of Generative Hierarchical Bayesian Learners in Uncertain Contexts.
  • 2016: Alvarez, S., Barney, J., Newman, A., & Stromeyer, W., The Co-Creation of Entrepreneurship and the Environment: Cuba and the Cuban Paladares.
  • 2016: Stromeyer, W., & Livengood, R., S-Cruves Ahead: Examining Market Sensemaking Using Latent Growth Modeling.

William Stromeyer

Assistant Professor
Management
Management, IB & Entrepreneurship
585-475-4298
LOW-3329
Office Hours: 

Tuesday and Thursday
10:00am to 11:30am

And by Appointment

Staff Assistant: 
Karen St. George