Throughout 2022, the Fox School of Business Newsroom has published stories covering topics like research and success throughout the Fox community and business world. From a beloved Temple food stand opening a new location on campus, to learning how a Doctorate in Business Administration could help you excel in the workforce, our news stories have captured the attention of many faculty, alumni, students and community members this year. Below are the top 10 newsroom articles from 2022 and beyond.
Research has been conducted on what motivates whistleblowers to speak up when they see something inappropriate at work, but little research examines how bystanders respond to inappropriate online comments.
Richie’s is one of the hottest food spots on Temple University’s campus. Known for its strong relationship with its customers and their infamous all-day breakfast menu, the family-owned sandwich shop has made students and the Temple University community their priority since it was established in the 1950s.
Along with learning to measure, analyze and report financial and non-financial information, Joe Vanderpool and Ryan Eckrote, BBA ’19, found love in their Cost Accounting course during their time at the Fox School.
According to the National Association of Colleges and Employers, there are five valuable skills sought after by employers. Learn what they are and how you can build upon and refine these skills during your time at Fox.
The Fox School of Business and the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Council are committed to amplifying Black voices within our own community in February and all year long. The Fox School editorial team spoke to a few alumni and students about their motivations, experiences, challenges and triumphs as students at the Fox School.
Fox School faculty members Sheri Lambert, Amy Lavin and Dennis Paris outline how L’Oréal implemented its digital transformation strategy through their case study “Optimizing Consumer Insights: L’Oréal’s Digital First Strategy.”
Imagine taking your organization to a new immersive virtual world, instead of spending an immense amount of time on a one-dimensional platform like Zoom. For Ethan Berg, BBA ’20, online learning spaces gave him the opportunity to break into the education space with his virtual platform, Agora.
Across the city’s premier hospitals, Fox School alumni are leading the charge on the future of healthcare in Philadelphia and beyond.
At Temple University Hospital, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Penn Medicine and Rothman Orthopedic Institute, four top executives with six Temple degrees between them are moving towards a healthier, more equitable society. While the background and experience of these leaders differ, Temple and the #TempleMade community binds them.
Researchers have long assumed the cost companies pay for their lines is based on the value of their customer’s time. But Subodha Kumar, Paul R. Anderson Distinguished Chair Professor of Statistics, Operations, and Data Science at the Fox School, argues this reasoning makes a simple, but highly misleading assumption.
This is one of the most common questions that people considering a DBA ask, after “What is a DBA?” We asked alumni and current students in the Fox School’s Executive Doctorate in Business Administration program to share why they believe the Fox DBA was the right choice for them.