Center for Financial Responsibility
Become a partner in our research initiatives at the Center for Financial Responsibility.
Join the Center for Financial Responsibility (CFR) by supporting the innovative research they are conducting in areas of retirement planning, risk management, financial health, and financial planning history, or participate in an planned research series and symposium.
The Retirement Planning & Living Research Initiative promotes research that enhances our understanding of the financial, psychological, social, cognitive and physical transitions related to retirement.
For more information about this initiative, please contact Charlene Kalenkoski.
The Personal Risk Management Initiative will educate a new generation of Risk Management Professionals who will facilitate decision making and will practice at the highest standard of care for the benefit of the consumer.
For more information about this initiative, please contact John Gilliam.
The Personal Financial Health Initiative promotes research and development of best practices regarding financial health production through awareness, education, habituation, examination and adjustment.
For more information about this initiative, please contact Sandra Huston.
The Financial Planning History Archives is responsible for acquiring and preserving items of historical significance to the financial planning profession. Valuable historical resources will be made available onsite, electronically and through educational public outreach programs.
For more information about this initiative, please contact Bill Gustafson.
The objective of the Financial Planning Research Series (FPR) is to connect top researchers from the fields of financial planning, finance, human behavior, and consumer economics to promote productive multi-disciplinary research related to personal financial planning and personal financial responsibility. FPR participants are brought to Texas Tech University to present and share their research in a collaborative and productive environment.
The Teaching & Research Development Symposium includes featured sessions and provides opportunities for financial planning academia to present original research and ideas. In addition to these things, the Symposium features a poster competition to support emerging research and development projects. The symposium is a great opportunity to connect financial planning colleagues across the world to discuss research collaborations, course content and development, and program development.
For more information about this symposium, please contact Chris Browning.