Posted 12.16.15Wallace recently joined OnShift as its chief product officer.
Posted 12.14.15Patrick Glicker, MBA '17, Yanisel Jordan, MBA '17, Jose Olavarria, MSM-Finance '16, and Sixto Torres, Global MBA '16 placed first for their case on the Latin restaurant, Campus Grille in Berea, Ohio.
Posted 12.11.15Executive in Residence Mark Sniderman also sees likely upward bump in interest rates.
Posted 12.9.15Scott Shane, PhD, A. Malachi Mixon III Professor of Entrepreneurial Studies, contributed to American Banker's article about small-business owners' financial situation and borrowing in upcoming quarters.
Posted 12.9.15Gary Previts, PhD, E. Mandell de Windt Professor of Leadership and Enterprise Development, Distinguished University Professor and Professor of Accountancy, announces the 18th and 19th books published in Studies in the Development of Thought Series.
Posted 12.9.15As the year comes to a close, please consider making a special donation to your alma mater. The Weatherhead Annual Fund provides immediate, unrestricted funds that can be applied where they are needed most. Contributions help make a tremendous difference to our school.
Posted 12.9.15Chris Laszlo, PhD, professor of organizational behavior and Fowler Center faculty director for research and outreach spoke at the International Academy of Management event January 5-7, 2016 in Chile.
Posted 12.7.15MSM-Finance students travel to New York City to visit the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Bloomberg and EY.
Posted 12.7.15William J. Paolillo, DM '15, recently published a book, The Glass Company: How to Lead, Hire and Sell in the Transparent World. Additional authors included in the book are program colleagues David Grogan, DM '15, Edward Straub, DM '15, and Solange Charas, PhD '13.
Posted 12.7.15The MSM-Finance program celebrated its January and May 2016 graduates at a dinner on Friday, December 4. Recognized at the dinner were Ruiyao Wei, recipient of the Student Leadership Award, and Jose Olavarria, Outstanding Student in Finance.
Posted 12.1.15Learn more about John Keyser, visiting assistant professor of accountancy, and why he made the switch to higher education after nearly 20 years in public accounting.
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