Fox School Technology
Every student in Management Information Systems (MIS) Professor Laurel Miller’s Professional Development Strategies course builds an e-portfolio that they maintain throughout their academic career.
Fox faculty, such as Finance Professor Jonathan Scott, use the state-of-the-art Alter Hall Capital Markets Room to create a unique learning environment. Students have live access to professional financial information services such as Bloomberg, S&P CapitalIQ, and Morningstar. Members of the OwlFund, Fox’s student-managed investment fund, use these resources to identify stocks to add or sell from their investment portfolio.
The same renowned faculty and international accreditation of a traditional Fox School of Business classroom. Minus the room.
With premier web-conferencing tools, Strategic Management Professor MB Sarkar combines rigorous curriculum with the convenience and flexibility of online learning. Fox faculty use Cisco WebEx to lead live, collaborative classes that integrate real- time audio and video with desktop sharing.
Fox faculty use the newest technologies to transform the way business students learn.
Management Information Systems Professor Carey O’Donnell’s undergraduate honors students use iPads to make and share electronic notes in their e-textbooks. With O’Donnell’s guidance, student teams teach from their e-books to their classmates—creating a dynamic and interactive peer-learning experience.