Dr. William Stull, Professor
Dr. William Stull received his BA from Northwestern University where he majored in mathematics and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. He received his PhD in economics from MIT. Dr. Stull has taught at Temple since 1976 and is currently professor of economics and chair of the department. In 1996 he served as the senior associate dean of the Fox School. He is the recipient of the Business Alumni Award for Outstanding Teaching and the Musser Award for Outstanding Service. His research areas are urban economics and the economics of education. He is the author or editor of three books and has published articles in a wide range of economics and education journals. In recent years he has served as an advisor to the Mayor of Philadelphia and the Philadelphia Tax Reform Commission.