• Chris Laszlo, associate professor of organizational behavior, argues for sustainability as an opportunity for students to study, scholars to invent, businesses to innovate, nonprofits to influence, and governments to legislate all in service of the democratic majority's desired outcomes.
  • William Mahnic, associate professor of banking and finance, discusses the importance of saving money early. The best savers "began to save a portion of their paycheck when they started their first part-time and full-time job," he says. "This gives their savings plenty of time to grow and take advantage of the miracle of compounded interest."
  • Visiting Assistant Professor Michael Goldberg will start a Fulbright fellowship in Namibia on May 8, working at Polytechnic of Namibia on developing the South African country's entrepreneurial system.
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