Secrets to Designing a Successful Experiential Education Program
Two weeks ago, Fox Management Consulting highlighted the trend of top MBA programs incorporating experiential learning into their curriculum. By integrating coursework with live client consulting engagements, universities train their students to take on business challenges. Students learn to navigate ambiguity and hone their skills in collaboration. As this trend continues to grow, more and […]
5 Things New Temple University Students Must Do
Updated Aug. 16, 2018: Mary Tang, BBA ’18, is currently working on her Master of Accountancy degree at the Fox School and she recently completed a summer audit internship with KPMG. “How do I make the most of my college experience?” is a question every new college student ponders. Mary Tang, a senior majoring in […]
Are You Ready to Start Your Own Business?
Have you recently bought a greeting card at a store and noticed someone looking over your shoulder, observing your behaviors, and jotting down notes? If so, that someone might have been Fox School alum Ali Moore. Moore, MBA ’16, is the founder of Groundswell Greetings, an online greeting card company that makes artistic, hip, forward-thinking […]
How Can Employers Keep Today’s Young Professionals Engaged?
Eugenie George is an expert in the quarter-life crisis. Not only has she spent hours researching it, met the major writers in the field, and started her own business to help young professionals: George herself is a quarter-life crisis survivor. “A few years ago, I started to feel really stuck,” she says. “I had […]
5 Tips That Will Help Business Students Succeed
Updated Aug. 16, 2018: Suchetha Subramaniam, BBA ’18, is currently part of the Sales & Marketing Future Leader Program at GSK. Grab your books—it’s time to go back to school! Whether you’re an incoming freshman or a senior, the beginning of a semester is the perfect opportunity to make big plans and set challenging goals. It’s […]
5 Digital Marketing Mistakes Brands Make (and How to Avoid Them)
Every brand has a story to tell and they often need help telling it. This is where Lauren Moreno comes in. Moreno, MS ’16, is the co-founder of Team 624 Communications, a Philly-based firm that develops and executes social media and content strategies for small- and medium-sized businesses in the fashion and lifestyle space. “I’ve […]
How MBA Students Earn Job Market Advantage Through Experiential Learning
Education is a bridge—it equips students for the workforce, puts a promotion within reach, or paves the way to a new career. For employers, this bridge ensures a steady supply of committed individuals with the skills necessary to create value for a company. Lately, that bridge has been looking a little rickety. Today’s competitive landscape […]
Dr. David Schuff Becomes MIS Department Chair
The Fox School of Business has announced Dr. David Schuff as the new chair of the Department of Management Information Systems (MIS). Since joining the faculty in 2000, Schuff has played a major role in elevating the reputation of the department through his exceptional teaching, research, and leadership. “David’s service to Fox and the MIS […]
How to Introduce an Entrepreneurial Mindset to Collaborative Course Design
Bert Verhoeven is a university professor of the best course you never got to take—students in his courses spend their time writing TV commercials, designing wallets, and interviewing Muffin Break customers. Verhoeven is part of a recent partnership between Flinders University, in Adelaide, Australia, and the Fox School to teach innovation and enterprise (INNO) curriculum […]
Fox School’s Risk Management and Insurance Program Earns International Designation of Excellence
Temple University’s Fox School of Business has been recognized as one of the inaugural awardees of the International Insurance Society’s Global Centers of Insurance Excellence (GCIE) designation.
Human Capital in the Digital Age
Christopher Wallace, MBA ’10 | Managing Director, GrowthPlay Hometown: Syracuse, N.Y. “Sales teams often aren’t aligned with their organization’s strategy,” says Fox School alumnus Chris Wallace, managing director of GrowthPlay. In his recent Harvard Business Review article, co-written with author and Harvard Business School lecturer Frank Cespedes, Wallace discusses how organizations typically spend three times […]
Finding a Home Away From Home
Jimmy Guardino, BBA ’10 | Associate Director of Facultative Reinsurance, Aon Benfield All fun and games: One of Guardino’s newest pastimes is mahjong, a Chinese tile-based game. “Most of my fiancé’s friends are both shocked and delighted to hear that I’ve learned the game, mostly because they think I will be an easy target.” Jimmy […]