Study: Smart technology – and not body cameras – more likely to reduce use of lethal force by police
The researchers found that the use of analytics and smartphones to access intelligence, like criminal history reports, reduced instances of lethal force by police, while wearable video cameras were linked to increases in shooting deaths of civilians by police.
Fox School undergraduates take first place in national risk-management case competition
The students won the Spencer-RIMS Risk Management Challenge, a three-month case study from a major company – iconic toymaker, LEGO.
Father, son graduate together in Fox School’s commencement ceremony
Walter Douglass and his son, Keith, took different routes to the Fox School of Business. But at commencement, they walked together.
Gerard H. Sweeney to receive 20th annual Musser Award for Excellence in Leadership
Sweeney was honored at the 20th annual Musser Award reception and dinner, held Nov. 17 in Mitten Hall, on Temple University’s Main Campus.
Temple entrepreneurs make their pitch to appear on “Shark Tank”
The Fox School of Business hosted casting associates from the hit ABC show, which features self-made millionaires who award mentorship and financial support to budding entrepreneurs in exchange for equity stake in their businesses.
MB Sarkar, distinguished Fox School professor, passes away
Dr. Mitrabarun “MB” Sarkar, a renowned educator and researcher at Temple University’s Fox School of Business whose pedagogical work garnered national, international, and university awards, died June 7, 2016. He was 54.
Fox School powering entrepreneurship programs at Australia’s Flinders University
Temple University’s Fox School of Business has entered a three-year partnership with Flinders University to deliver its nationally ranked entrepreneurship programs to the prestigious Australian university.
A career full of high notes
How Chauncey Childs used his Fox School education to turn his passion for music into a successful business
Growing with Gulf
Meredith Sadlowski, BBA ’03, is the driving force behind Gulf Oil sales and marketing.
A passion for fresh, house-made ingredients led Stephanie Reitano, BBA ’92, to open Capogiro Gelato Artisans
Class Notes – Fall 2016
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Building spaces and experiences
Recent Executive MBA graduate Steven Sclarow looks forward to applying the lessons he’s learned into the next phase of his career.
From one stage to another
Music, in a way, has influenced the teaching style of Marketing and Supply Chain Management professor Anthony Di Benedetto.
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