The Consumer, Apparel, and Retail Studies Department’s student organization, Threads, hosted the 9th annual Retail Strategies Competition on Tuesday, February 12th in the Bryan Building. Five Threads members presented case studies on this year’s topic, solving problems of sustainability in fashion, for the chance to win prizes. Each contestant is judged based on an eight-page … Continued
Congratulations to Zhiyong Yang as his article “Salesperson Time Perspectives and Customer Willingness to-Pay-More: Roles of Salesperson Intraorganizational Employee Navigation, Customer Satisfaction, and Firm Innovation Climate” was accepted for publication by the Journal of Personal Selling and Sales Management.
“In today’s business world, companies have to think globally if they want to compete,” says Dr. Vasyl Taras, associate professor in the Department of Management. “The economy is becoming increasingly interconnected, and the demand for international business expertise has never been greater.” To meet that demand, the Bryan School welcomed its first class of students … Continued
Congratulations to Erick Byrd for receiving the permanent distinction of Lloyd International Honors Faculty Fellow for teaching three or more Honors courses.
Congratulations to Bonnie Canziani and Dianne Welsh as their paper “How entrepreneurship influences other disciplines: An examination of learning goals” will be published in the International Journal of Management Education.
Dianne Welsh received the Professor of the Year award at USASBE, January 25, 2019 Dianne Welsh and officers of the Women and Minority Division of the US Association of Small Businesses and Entrepreneurship (USASBE) receiving the Professor of the Year Award on January 25, 2019 (above)
Dianne Welsh, Hayes Distinguished Chair in Entrepreneurship, won the All-Conference Best Paper Award with co-author Eugene Kaciak (Brock University and Kozminski University) at the GIKA-LATAM Conference in Chile, January 15-18, 2019. Dianne also delivered a keynote address on Student Success through Cross-Campus Entrepreneurship and later met for a state lunch with the university president, provost, … Continued
The Bryan School of Business and Economics announced today the expansion of its popular Master’s of Business Administration for Experienced Professionals with an online option available in the fall of 2019. “Anticipating the ever-changing needs of professionals, we are pleased to expand the evening program with the online option. For almost 50 years, this program … Continued
WHAT IS BRYAN GOLD? In this career-readiness challenge designed to bolster personal and professional development, undergraduate students engage in activities tied to eight key competencies desired by employers and track their progress along the way. This gamified approach inspires healthy competition as students earn points, level-up, and attain badges on their way to the top … Continued