Dissertation proposals receive coveted awards.

Four doctoral students in the Department of Management and International Business in the College of Business Administration—Armando Borda, Sokol Celo, Abrahim Soleimani and David Wernick—have been honored in highly selective competitions for dissertation proposals. “Emerging Multinationals and the Interaction between Learning Capabilities and Host Country Factors: The Impact on the Number, Location and Survival of […]

Faculty Notes

Department of Management and International Business The manuscript, “Does Gender Matter? A Review of Work-related Gender Commonalities,” has been accepted for publication in the peer-reviewed Gender in Management: An International Journal. Co authors include G. Ronald Gilbert, clinical professor; Meredith Burnett, assistant professor; Jerry Haar, associate dean for international programs, professor and research fellow; and […]