Stephen L. Kiser

Stephen Kiser
Lecturer I, Executive Education
PhD, The University of Texas at Dallas, Public Policy and Political Economy
Graduate Certificate, Georgetown, Legislative Studies
M.S., Auburn University, Agricultural Economics
B.S., Auburn University, Agricultural Business and Economics
MECO 6303 Business Economics
Awards and Recognition
2012 FDIC Chairman’s Excellence Award
2012 University of Texas at Dallas EPPS Comet Teaching Award – Nomination
2006 ESRI Special Achievement in GIS Award
2006 FDIC Chairman’s Excellence Award
2000 Presidential Management Fellows Program 
Stephen is a Regional Economist with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation’s Division of Insurance and Research.  Stephen has worked at the FDIC for over 15 years and has extensive experience identifying, monitoring, and addressing existing and emerging aggregate risks to the U.S. banking industry.   Stephen has authored several articles that have appeared in the Journal of Cooperatives and the Journal of Agricultural Lending as well as numerous industry specific publications. Since 2009, Stephen has been teaching a range of undergraduate and graduate level courses at the University of Texas at Dallas.  Also, Stephen is a guest speaker at many State and National industry conferences each year.  His expertise and entertaining lecture style is often sought out by groups like the Independent Community Bankers Association, Farm Credit Administration, United States Department of Agriculture, and the New Mexico Association of Counties. Stephen and his wife Jennifer have two daughters Caroline and Georgia.
List of Published Works