Bruce Rader | March 18, 2015 | The Rick Smith Show
Rader on the radio Dr. Bruce Rader, Associate Professor of Finance, joined conservative talk-show host Rick Smith to discuss Pennsylvania’s pension situation and appropriate next steps, as well as missteps worth avoiding.
Corinne Snell and Tony Petrucci | March 16, 2015 | SkilledUp
A hiring how-to Lately, candidates are finding themselves in the driver’s seat when it comes to the job market. Corinne Snell, Assistant Dean for Student Professional Development at the Fox School’s Center for Student Professional Development, and Dr. Tony Petrucci, Assistant Professor of Human Resource Management, contribute their perspectives.
Ellen Weber | March 12, 2015 | USA Today College
Studying, entrepreneurship go hand in hand NerdScholar.com, a subsidiary of USA Today College, spoke with national leaders for a report on how to launch a successful business while in college. Ellen Weber, Assistant Professor of Strategic Management and Executive Director of the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Institute, weighs in, suggesting students find a mentor.
Fox researcher’s revolutionary study correlates scents with purchasing tendencies
Could a spicy cinnamon scent persuade you to buy a Lexus? A professor from the Fox School of Business thinks so. Dr. Maureen Morrin, Professor of Marketing at the Fox School, and a collaborative research team found a definitive connection between warm scents, consumer preference for luxury (more expensive items), and an increase in overall […]
Youngjin Yoo and Sunil Wattal | March 10, 2015 | Temple News
Research team receives publicity An interdisciplinary research team led by Dr. Youngjin Yoo, the Harry A. Cochran Professor of Management Information Systems, recently received a nearly $900,000 research grant from the National Science Foundation. The team – which includes Dr. Sunil Wattal, Associate Professor of Management Information Systems – was recently profiled by the student […]
James Moustafellos | March 9, 2015 | SEPTA
Designing a future for Philly’s public transit system SEPTA, the largest public transit provider in Southeastern Pennsylvania, teamed with the Fox School and the Center for Design + Innovation for the fifth-annual Fox DESIGNchallenge. Dr. James Moustafellos, Associate Director of cD+i and Assistant Professor of Management Information Systems, is featured in SEPTA’s video recap of […]
Sunil Wattal | March 4, 2015 | Economic Times
The latest on e-commerce in India India-based online e-commerce company Flipkart is tapping into three new revenue streams, and India’s premier financial daily publication tapped Dr. Sunil Wattal, Associate Professor of Management Information Systems, for its coverage.
March 2015 – Fox Update – International
Ram Mudambi to serve as program chair of upcoming Academy of International Business annual meeting Discussed in this issue: • Dr. Ram Mudambi, of Temple University’s Fox School of Business, has been elected Program Chair of the 2015 Academy of International Business (AIB) annual meeting. • Global MBA climbs in national and international rankings. • Fox School’s […]
One-day Conference at Fox Helps to Inspire Philadelphia’s Youngest Entrepreneurs
It’s never too early to embrace entrepreneurship. That’s what nearly 100 Philadelphia high school students learned March 12, in gathering at Temple University’s Fox School of Business for the fourth-annual Youth Entrepreneurship Conference. The collaboration between Temple University’s Innovation and Entrepreneurship Institute (IEI) and Network for Teaching Entrepreneurs (NFTE) made for a successful event, providing […]
Fox Executive DBA student receives business leadership award
Diana Kyser’s management style involves intricately fitting together a company’s puzzle pieces. Sometimes, a few pieces are missing. In most cases, the pieces are there and simply need to be arranged. It’s a skill Kyser said she has always possessed. “In our Navigating the Global Marketplace class, Professor (Ram) Mudambi talks about orchestrators – the […]
Architect of Fox School’s Alter Hall dies
Michael Graves, the postmodern architect whose work includes Alter Hall, the home of Temple University’s Fox School of Business, died March 12. He was 80. Michael Graves & Associates Architecture & Design, Graves’ architectural firm based in Princeton, N.J., designed Alter Hall with assistance of local architects Burt Hill Kosar Rittelmann Associates. Dedicated in 2009, […]
Vinod Venkatraman, Angelika Dimoka and Paul A. Pavlou | Feb. 26, 2015 | Temple Today | Forbes
University-wide exposure for Fox profs Forbes recently featured the research findings of Fox School professors Dr. Vinod Venkatraman, Dr. Angelika Dimoka and Dr. Paul A. Pavlou. Internally, the researchers’ work made for the top headline in a recent edition of Temple Today.
Sunil Wattal | Feb. 26, 2015 | CIO Magazine
Today’s workforce is a mobile workforce Today’s modern workforce translates to a mobile workforce, with one-third of all employees considered “anywhere/anytime workers.” Dr. Sunil Wattal, Associate Professor of Management Information Systems at Fox, provided insight into ways IT departments can stay ahead of this ever-changing workforce.
Munir Mandviwalla | Feb. 26, 2015 | BizEd Magazine
B-schools bridging business and science Do business schools have a role in STEM education? Dr. Munir Mandviwalla, Associate Professor and Chair of Management Information Systems at Fox, helped explore that question by co-authoring an op/ed for BizEd Magazine, the leading publication of AACSB International.
Debbie Campbell | Feb. 24, 2015 | The Temple News
Improving Temple’s vet services – If passed, a proposed Pennsylvania House bill would make all veterans eligible for in-state tuition rates at state-related institutions, like Temple. An article on the proposed bill called into question Temple’s student-veteran services, on which Fox School Vice Dean and Temple Veterans Association faculty advisor Debbie Campbell is quoted.