Dr. Darryl Waldron, professor of business administration, is Trinity’s NCAA Faculty Representative.
According to the NCAA, a faculty representative “ensures academic integrity, facilitates institutional control of intercollegiate athletics, and enhances the student-athlete experience.” Professor Waldron is extensively involved in the prestigious NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship process, awarded to deserving student-athletes.
Professor Waldron teaches business policy and international management. He joined the Trinity faculty in 1980 after spending five years as a member of the business school faculty at the University of Memphis. Prior to entering academia, Dr. Waldron spent 13 years in industry, including10 years with Ford Motor Company.
He earned the Ph.D. degree in business administration in 1975 from the University of Mississippi.
In addition to teaching courses, Professor Waldron has remained active as a scholar, authoring or co-authoring over 75 peer reviewed publications. Most of Professor Waldron’s recent scholarship has focused on the international arena and he is currently engaged in research pertaining to emerging markets, relationship based lending, and measuring the contribution of strategy and policy to the creation of shareholder value.
Professor Waldron is married to Ayon Wen-Waldron, and they have two sons, Ethan Alexander, and Ayrton Andrew.