Judith Gamp Judith Gamp is a Research Assistant at the Institute for Business Ethics. Judith joined the IWE-HSG in 2017 as assistant to Prof. Dr. Martin Kolmar. In this function she is also lecturer for Microeconomics. Judith is a PhD-student in the university’s doctoral program «Organizational Studies and Cultural Theory» with a dissertation on «Aesthetic Experience as a cultural resource in dealing with uncertainty». Judith has studied Music and Philosophy. At University of St.Gallen, she completed both the Bachelor program «International Affairs» and the Master program «Quantitative Economics and Finance». She has worked as an assistant to Prof. Dr. Enrico De Giorgi at the Institute for Mathematics and Statistics and as an assistant to the university’s vice-president Prof. Dr. Lukas Gschwend. Currently, she is also doing a certificate program of advanced studies (CAS) in teaching and learning in Higher Education. In 2016, Judith was awarded the title «Best Master Switzerland» at Staufenbiel «BestStudentChallenge». In 2018, she was a finalist for the McCloy program’s scholarship at Harvard University awarded by Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes. Judith is also working as a choir conductor.