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 […]
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Employee Service and Recognition Awards Ceremony honors dozens.
Approximately 500 people attended the most recent Employee Service and Recognition Awards Ceremony, during which Mark Rosenberg, president of Florida International University (FIU), traced the history of the university by focusing on milestone events in increments of five years, matched to the equivalent years of service of those being honored. The theme of the event, […]
Faculty gathers to celebrate achievements.
On September 25, 2009, the Faculty Awards Luncheon reinforced that students truly appreciate the efforts that faculty members in the College of Business Administration make on their behalf. Undergraduate and graduate students as well as those from student organizations selected the recipients for a series of highly competitive teaching awards. The event also provided the […]
Classmates, colleagues, and faculty come together to celebrate tenth anniversary of Executive MBA program.
From left, co-founders of the college’s Executive MBA program, former management professor Sherry Moss and Executive Dean Joyce J. Elam, along with long-time program manager Steve Beste More than 120 alumni, students, faculty, staff, and advisory board members gathered on April 14, 2007, to commemorate the tenth anniversary of the College of Business Administration’s Executive […]
College to host workshop for deans in the Management Education Alliance.
Joyce J. Elam By bringing together universities that serve diverse students, recruiters from industries the schools target, and academics from leading business schools, the Management Education Alliance (MEA)—an organization that helps business schools with significant African-American and Hispanic-American populations prepare graduates for successful careers in management—fulfills its mission. Along with eleven other universities, Florida International […]