Accounting A research paper authored by Associate Professor Antoinette Smith and Assistant Professor Jonathan Milian titled “An Investigation of Analysts’ Praise of Management During Earnings Conference Calls” was highlighted a story titled “Great Groveling, Guys: Counting All the Ways Analysts Fawn Over Management” published in The Wall Street Journal on March 10, 2017. The paper […]
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Faculty Notes: October 2014
School of Accounting David W. Barman (JD ’05), instructor, was named as a “Legal Elite for 2014” by Florida Trend magazine, voted on by members of the Florida Bar. In October, he served as a guest judge in FIU’s College of Law Twelfth Annual Board of Advocates Intramural Appellate Advocacy Competition. Also, Barman’s article “Judge’s […]
Faculty Notes: July 2012
Joyce J. Elam, executive dean, was chosen to receive the Education Award from the Coral Gables Community Foundation. The theme of the 21st anniversary celebration, at which the awards will be presented, is Club Monaco. School of Accounting Manny Pravia (MST ’92), adjunct, was quoted in The JOBS Act of 2012: Tools, Tips, and Tactics, […]
Faculty Notes: February 2012
School of Accounting An article titled “Shareholder voting on auditor selection, audit fees, and audit quality” by Kannan Raghunandan, professor and Ryder Eminent Scholar Chair in Business Leadership and Dasaratha Rama, Knight Ridder Center Research Fellow, Department of Decision Sciences and Information Systems, appeared in the January/February issue of The Accounting Review, published by the […]
Annual luncheon recognizes faculty contributions.
Faculty members toil long and hard on behalf of their students, the College of Business Administration and Florida International University (FIU). That dedication gets recognized annually at the Faculty Awards Luncheon, this year held on September 24th and attended by approximately 65 dedicated colleagues. Undergraduate and graduate students as well as those from student organizations […]
Faculty members contribute at leading international business and management conference.
The prospect of four days in Milan, Italy, would entice travelers of all sorts. For scholars in the areas of international business and management, the lure was even greater when the Academy of International Business (AIB) held its 2008 annual meeting there during the summer. Considered the premier opportunity for scholars in the field to […]
Do what you love, love what you do: New tool offers ways to measure work preferences.
“Whistle while you work…” G. Ronald Gilbert So sing the merry dwarfs in the Walt Disney animated feature film Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs as they go about doing their work. If only everyone could be this happy on the job. They can learn to be—with the help of a new multidimensional work-related psychological […]
Telefónica and college exchange expertise to benefit each other.
Through its offerings, the college’s Executive and Professional Education (EPE) office provides an array of programs that satisfies the needs of many different kinds of professionals and their organizations. And if a company has a particular requirement that the full complement of standard programs does not meet, faculty members can tweak a program or completely […]
Beijing provides dramatic backdrop to program coordinated by college’s faculty member.
Mary Ann Von Glinow addresses AIB delegates. When Mary Ann Von Glinow, professor, Management and International Business Department in the college and director of Florida International University’s Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER), stood on the stage of the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, China, it was the culmination of months […]