On the ‘business of Pride’
Corporate sponsorship of Pride Month, often seen in the form of rainbow logos or Pride-themed merchandise, is an aspect of the monthly celebration that has caught the attention of many in recent years—for better or worse.
To discuss the benefits, opportunities and challenges of corporate-sponsored Pride, we spoke to Jeffrey Boles, associate professor and chair of the Legal Studies Department at the Fox School of Business.
The Fox School’s next steps forward
To celebrate the one-year anniversary of the Fox Strategic Plan 2025, the Fox editorial team sat down with Dean Ron Anderson to discuss where we have been and where we are going as a school. The Fox School started drafting a Strategic Plan in the winter of 2018. At the beginning of the process, what […]
The Fox School launches a Center for Ethics, Diversity and Workplace Culture
The Center for Ethics, Diversity and Workplace Culture (CEDWC) is the brainchild of Leora Eisenstadt, associate professor in the Department of Legal Studies at the Fox School of Business at Temple University. The center, which soft-launched in Spring 2020, will be a hub for research, dialogue and innovation. To get a sense of the past, […]
Preparing for a machine-driven future
In the mid 20th century, British mathematician and computer pioneer Alan Turing explored the concept of intelligent machines. In 1947, he gave one of the earliest lectures on machine learning, laying the foundation for what would eventually be known as artificial intelligence (AI). Today, AI is ubiquitous. We experience it in our daily lives through […]