Faculty Notes: July-August 2016

Faculty Notes: July-August 2016

Department of Information Systems and Business Analytics

Monica Chiarini Tremblay, department chair and associate professor, was recently elected president-elect of the Association of Information Systems’ SIG-Health, which supports health-IS research, education and career development.

Department of Management & International Business

Jerry Haar, professor, wrote an op-ed column entitled “Brain Drain: Fact? Fiction? Or A Little of Both?” which appeared in Miami Today on July 14, 2016.

Juan I. Sanchez, professor and Knight Ridder Byron Harless Eminent Scholar Chair in Management, was a featured speaker at the 2016 HR Florida Conference and Expo, held Aug. 29-30, 2016, leading a session titled “How to Design and Conduct Competency-Based Behavioral Interviews.”

Department of Marketing

Nancy Richmond, professor of social media, was quoted in Newsday on July 17, 2016 in a story titled “Capitalize on connections by going from online to In-person.”

Tibor and Sheila Hollo School of Real Estate

Suzanne Hollander, professor, was quoted in a July 25, 2016 Palm Beach Post story titled “How a Palm Beach County family of 5 lives in a 500-square-foot house.” In July, Hollander was the Leadership Speaker for the Hispanic Bar Foundation Law Camp Week, Washington, D.C.

A July 19, 2016 article in the South Florida Commercial Real Estate News noted that Eli Beracha, assistant professor, was given the Best Faculty award by both the Downtown on Brickell and online student groups; Julia Freybote, assistant professor, won the Best Course award for her Special Topics in Real Estate class from the Brickell students; and online group gave the same award to William G. Hardin, professor and school director, received the Best Course award from the Online cohort for his Advanced Investments class.

Also, Hardin was quoted in a July 27, 2016 South Florida Sun-Sentinel story titled “Feds expand ID disclosure requirement to cash buyers of pricey homes in Broward, Palm Beach counties.”

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