FIU students capture top awards in business analytics and blockchain at national technology conference.

FIU students capture top awards in business analytics and blockchain at national technology conference.

Members of AIS@FIU entered this year’s national competition in Philadelphia as one of the relatively “new kids” on the block, a young chapter eager to make its mark. They left as champions, coming away with four awards: first- and second-place finishes in team competitions, and two additional recognitions for chapter achievement. An FIU undergraduate team […]

Health Information Exchanges can be valuable for both hospitals and patients, FIU Business study reveals.

Health Information Exchanges can be valuable for both hospitals and patients, FIU Business study reveals.

Hospitals participating in Health Information Exchanges (HIE) saw reduced 30-day readmission rates in heart attack patients, leading to cost-savings and improvements in patient care, FIU Business researchers found. The study, published in the February issue of Health Affairs, analyzed data from 160 Florida hospitals and found that HIE participants saw a 1.3 percent greater decline […]

Faculty Notes: March-April 2017

Faculty Notes: March-April 2017

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 […]

Faculty Notes: July-August, 2015

School of Accounting David W. Barman, instructor, has been named to 2015 Florida Legal Elite by Florida Trend magazine. This was based on nomination and voting by attorneys who are members of the Florida Bar. Department of Finance Marcos A. Kerbel, participating adjunct professor, has been named as the dean of the education committee of […]

Faculty Notes: May-June 2015

School of Accounting Kenneth Henry (PhD Business Administration ’08, MAAC ’94), clinical associate professor, was the subject of an article entitled “The Virtual Professor” which appeared in a 2015 special supplement of Accounting and Business, a magazine from the ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants). Miriam Weismann, clinical professor and academic director of the Healthcare […]

Faculty Notes: March 2015

College of Business Serving as judges for the FIU Track of the Miami Herald Business Plan Challenge were Associate Professor Karlene Cousins (Department of Decision Sciences and Information System), Professor Seema Pissaris (Department of Management and International Business) and Associate Professor Kimberly A. Taylor (Department of Marketing). Department of Decision Sciences and Information Systems Min Chen, […]

Faculty Notes: April-May 2014

School of Accounting Manny Pravia (MST ’92), adjunct, presented a Federal Tax Update at the FICPA Florida State University Spring Accounting Conference in Tallahassee on May 16, 2014. Department of Finance An article by Min Chen, clinical assistant professor, “Intended and Unintended Consequences of Minimum Staffing Standards for Nursing Homes,” coauthored with David Grabowski at […]

Faculty Notes: March 2012

Executive Dean Joyce J. Elam was profiled in an article titled “Florida MBA Standouts” in Florida Trend on March 16, 2012. School of Accounting Antoinette L. Smith, assistant professor, and Monica Chiarini Tremblay, assistant professor, Department of Decision Sciences and Information Systems, were two of the co-authors on a paper titled “IT governance characteristics, electronic […]

Faculty Notes: October 2011

Department of Decision Sciences and Information Systems Karlene C. Cousins, associate professor, moderated the panel at the Distinguished Lunch and Learn Series for students in the Master of Science in Management Information Systems (MSMIS) program. The topic was “Legal Issues Facing the Technology Entrepreneur.” Law School faculty and local intellectual property attorneys participated. More than […]

Faculty Notes: February 2011

School of Accounting Robert W. McGee, associate professor, presented three papers at the International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines (IABPAD) conference, held in Orlando in January. Two were awarded prizes and all were published in the IABPAD Conference Proceedings: “The Ethical Theories of Frédéric Bastiat”; Taxation and the Philosophy of Frédéric Bastiat, winner […]