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In response to the circumstances surrounding COVID-19, we have collected business school updates. The University continues to monitor the situation, and issues regular messages that are available here.

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Faculty & Staff Highlights

  • Accounting Faculty Awarded Grant for Audit Research

    The Center for Audit Quality (CAQ) awarded Ashley Austin, assistant professor of accounting, a grant for her research “Detecting Fraud: A Proactive Approach to Improving Auditors’ Attention to Fraud During Audit Testing.” The CAQ awards grants to fund independent academic research on projects of interest to the auditing profession

  • Marketing Professor Named a Favorite Business Professor by Poets&Quants

    Bill Bergman, instructor in marketing, was named as a favorite business professor by the class of 2020 in Poets&Quants' annual survey. Bergman's humor, insight, and conversational class format were noted as hallmarks of his unique teaching style.

  • Professors Explore How to Use Client Personalities to Increase Sales Joel Mier, lecturer in marketing, and Jeffrey Carlson, assistant professor of marketing, published "Business buyers are people too: exploring how geodemographics affects business-to-business selling effectiveness", in the Journal of Business & Industrial Marketing. The study explores how sale professionals can use clients'/prospects' personality to increase sales effectiveness with a step-by-step process for practitioners to follow.
  • Marketing Professors Publish Article in AMS Review

    Jeffrey Carlson, assistant professor of marketing, and Adam Marquardt, associate professor of marketing, along with Bill Ross and Robin Coulter from the University of Connecticut, published an article ("About time in marketing: an assessment of the study of time and conceptual framework") in the Academy of Marketing Science Review, 2019, Vol 9, Issue 3/4.

  • Professor of Finance Recognized with Lifetime Achievement Award

    Jerry Stevens was recognized by the Financial Education Association (FEA) and Academy of Business Education with a lifetime achievement award in financial education. The FEA sponsors the oldest and best known journal in financial education, the Journal of Financial Education. Stevens has long served these groups in a wide variety of roles.

  • Violet Ho Named 2019 Distinguished Educator

    Violet Ho, professor of management, was named a 2019 Distinguished Educator. This distinction honors outstanding contributions to excellence in education by University faculty.

  • Alexander Persaud wins best paper in Journal of Economic History

    Alexander Persaud, assistant professor of economics, won the research prize for best paper at the annual Economic History Association conference. The Arthur H. Cole Prize is awarded annually by the Editorial Board of the Journal of Economic History for the best article in the previous year’s volume of the Journal.

  • Tom Cosse appointed to the EQUAA International Peer Review Team EQUAA (Education Quality Accreditation Agency) is a non-profit, non-governmental organization base in Lima, Peru.  It is an international accreditor focused on increasing the academic quality of the business programs of schools, institutes, careers, colleges, universities and other educational units of Latin America and the world. 
  • Robins School named in Money Magazine's Top 10

    Money Magazine named the Robins School #6 in its ranking of best colleges for business majors for the second year in a row.

  • Ashley Austin awarded research award by American Institute of CPAs

    Assistant professor of accounting focuses research on blockchain technology.

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The Robins School of Business hosts two signature speaker series designed to bring together students, faculty, staff, alumni, and community members for conversations on current business issues.