Faculty Notes: November 2012

Department of Decision Sciences and Information Systems On November 13, 2012, Nancy Borkowski, clinical associate professor, presented the webinar “Teaching Change Management: A Mini-Case Simulation Approach” for the Association of University Programs in Health Administration. On November 15th, she served as the panel moderator for “Developing High Performance Teams,” sponsored by South Florida Healthcare Executive […]

Faculty Notes: October 2012

Department of Decision Sciences and Information Systems Neera Bhansali, visiting clinical assistant professor; Gloria Deckard, associate professor; and Monica Chiarini Tremblay, assistant professor, spoke at the 3rd Annual South Florida Healthcare Trade Faire & Regional Conference, held in Miramar, Florida, on October 25, 2012. Bhansali was on the panel titled “Governance: The Engine of Health […]

Advertising’s looking more like us, Companies hope older models lure older customers

Advertising’s looking more like us Companies hope older models lure older customers Hey, baby boomers and retirees. If you think you’re seeing yourself reflected in more ads lately, you don’t have to check your vision. In a shift from what has been predominantly a youth-driven culture, advertising is looking more like us — with gray […]

Faculty Notes: June 2012

School of Accounting Daniel Medina (MACC ’01, BACC ’97), adjunct, is quoted in an article titled “What’s new with e-discovery,” which appeared in South Florida Legal Guide Midyear 2012 Edition. Department of Decision Sciences and Information Systems Nancy Borkowski, clinical associate professor; Ariel Gil, Write-to-Learn assistant director in the Chapman Graduate School; and Jean Gordon, […]

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 […]

College names eminent scholar chairs and Knight Ridder Center and Pino Center professorships for 2009-2010.

The College of Business Administration has announced the appointment of eminent scholars along with new faculty appointments to the Knight Ridder Center and the Pino Entrepreneurship Center. The faculty members appointed to these positions initiate and maintain highly visible activities that stimulate research and educational initiatives with industry and professional associations. “The college is pleased […]