Kevin  Pan
Assistant Professor of Quantitative Analysis
Brock School of Business
Department of Economics Finance and Quantitative Analysis
337 Cooney Hall
kpan@samford.edu
205-726-4640

Kevin Pan is an assistant professor of quantitative analysis in the Brock School of Business at Samford University where he teaches data analytics courses including Intermediate Data Analytics, Data Management for Business Analytics, Introduction to Data Analytics, and Data Visualization for Business Analytics.

His research areas include the application of data analytics to business topics such as finance, accounting, and management, and research related to business values and corporate social responsibility. He also conducts interdisciplinary research related to healthcare and education. He is especially passionate about the intersection of the Christian faith, business and data analytics. Prior to becoming a tenure-track assistant professor, he was a visiting assistant professor at Samford University. Prior to that, he was an adjunct faculty member.

Pan is originally from Taiwan. He received his Bachelor of Science in electrical engineering with a minor in mathematics from the National Taiwan University. After Taiwan, he moved to the United States, and received his Master of Science in electrical engineering from Stanford University in California. He received his Ph.D. in biomedical informatics from Stanford University, where he applied data analytics to study large amounts of complex data.

In his spare time, he enjoys exploring Birmingham and participating in church activities. He especially enjoys volunteering for Hope Heals, a Christian ministry started by Samford University alumni to serve individuals and families affected by disabilities. 

Degrees and Certifications

  • Stanford University, Ph.D., Biomedical Informatics
  • Stanford University, M.S., Electrical Engineering
  • National Taiwan University, B.S., Electrical Engineering

Major Publications