When teaching strategy, engaging students with empathy is key
This is part two of a six-part series on using empathy in the classroom. Every year, Joan Allatta, assistant professor and chair of the Department of Strategic Management at Temple University’s Fox School of Business, coordinates the school’s undergraduate capstone course. More than 1,500 students enroll in the course, which is traditionally taken during their […]
Do you use empathy in the classroom?
This is part one of a six-part series on using empathy in the classroom. What makes you an effective teacher? Is it your knowledge of a subject or your passion? Your skill managing a classroom, creating innovative assignments or conveying information clearly? It is probably all of these. But as a professor of strategic management […]
Alumnus finds accounting niche
Cameron O’Donnell, BBA ’19, transferred to Temple University as a sophomore looking for a major that interested him and provided unique job opportunities. After some searching, he found that accounting fit the bill. As O’Donnell says, accounting is “a dynamic, forward-thinking profession that provides the motivated and curious with opportunity.” Just one year into his […]