Meet our 2022 Doctoral Alumni Award Honorees
On Friday, April 29, the Fox School community gathered to celebrate five honorees for the 2022 Doctoral Alumni Awards. PhD Distinguished Alumni Award: Michael Tsiros, PhD ’97, is the Patrick J. Cesarano Professor and chair of the Department of Marketing at the University of Miami. He is also the current director of the Canes Behavioral […]
Relinking the supply chain: Learning from history to avoid past mistakes in healthcare
When the COVID-19 pandemic started two years ago, it exposed holes in the healthcare industry supply chain, and people experienced drastic effects. For example, lack of availability of hospital beds and personal protective equipment in the early days of the pandemic resulted in many, sadly avoidable, deaths. What can be done to minimize future disruptions? […]
Financial inclusion: Where do we go from here?
As of 2017, about 24.2 million households in the United States—25% of the population—did not have access to basic financial services such as banks and online lending platforms. Some people choose not to bank with traditional financial services possibly due to lack of trust or high costs. But others lack access because financial institutions consider […]
Is authenticity all it’s cracked up to be?
People are multifaceted; it’s what makes each person unique. Someone could express themselves one way in a certain situation and differently in another. In the workplace, scholars have found that authenticity can improve an employee’s job satisfaction, commitment to an organization and even performance. But two researchers wanted to know more. How authentic does one […]
Three minutes for research impact
What can you say in three minutes or less? That’s what doctoral students across the Fox School of Business and Temple University were challenged to do: take their years-long dissertation research on a complex academic topic and turn it into a 180-second speech. Temple hosted its inaugural university-wide 3-Minute Thesis (3MT) competition in April. The […]
Paving a better path to the top for women in corporate America
“Why are there not more women in senior leadership positions?” That’s a question that has driven Melinda Hubbard for much of her career. The question also led Hubbard to pursue a Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) at the Fox School.
Artificial intelligence is the ‘most impactful technology’ for accounting profession
New book from Temple faculty member Cory Ng and alumnus John Alarcon illustrates practical applications for AI in accounting and offers a look at what the future may hold PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 13, 2021 — Just as Hollywood speculated for years, artificial intelligence (AI) has the potential to revolutionize just about every aspect of our lives. […]
Closing the gap in financial literacy
In times of economic strain, financial literacy—the knowledge of how to manage one’s money—is more important than ever. Dennis Martin, DBA ’18, is using his education and experience to help increase the financial literacy of those in underserved areas.
Honoring PhD and DBA accomplishments
The Fox School of Business is pleased to honor these five exceptional doctoral alumni for their contributions to business research, education and industry leadership. Although this year’s Doctoral Alumni Awards event has been postponed due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, we’re proud of these alumni, as well as all of our graduates, for their achievements. […]
What impacts company culture?
Diana Kyser, DBA ’17, has played nearly every possible role one can in business. Even with jobs like programmer, marketing manager, customer service representative, consultant and COO under her belt, she was not satisfied with her scope of knowledge. To connect her practice to theory, she decided to pursue an Executive Doctorate in Business Administration (DBA) from the […]