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Faculty center positions Fordham as leader in ethical management

Areas of Study, Event Recaps, Faculty, Management, Stories from Abroad | Nov 20, 2013 |

by Farzana Ali (GSB ’15) We are at a time when corporations are working with theologians. One of Fordham’s newest business faculty research centers, the Center for Humanistic Management, recently organized a conference in Tübingen, Germany, that brought together those …

Whole Foods visitor explains why sustainability sells

Management, Marketing, Sustainable Business | Nov 19, 2013 |

by Balt Heldring (GSB ’14) Growing concern over corporate responsibility has led today’s companies to actively integrate sustainability principles into their businesses. What does that actually mean? These companies are going above and beyond earlier concerns for managing a good …

Become an ace negotiator in this spring course

Communications/Media Management, Management | Nov 08, 2013 |

Every student — no matter what major — can benefit from taking Cross-Cultural Negotiation in the spring 2014 semester. This could be fun. Think about it — you’ll learn to represent yourself and negotiate better by using smart tactics and …

Morgan Stanley offers $15K scholarship + internship

Featured Events, Finance, Management | Nov 07, 2013 |

Sophomores and juniors representing diverse backgrounds can apply for a Morgan Stanley scholarship program that yields $15,000 toward college tuition and a summer internship with the firm. Program title: The Richard B. Fisher Scholarship Application deadline: November 15, 2013 Open …

Monday, Oct. 28: Enter this contest to win $1,500

Featured Events, Management, Marketing | Oct 24, 2013 |

Central Business Solutions is a company that wants to meet Fordham students to hire. It’s also sponsoring a contest that will yield a $1,500 cash prize. Come out on Monday to meet Central Business Solutions staff, learn more about the …

Prof. Hurley wins national Alpha Sigma Nu book award

Areas of Study, Faculty, Management | Oct 01, 2013 |

The Decision to Trust, by Professor Robert Hurley, was one of four books to receive a 2013 Book Award from Alpha Sigma Nu, the honor society of Jesuit institutions of higher education. Faculty and administrators from all 31 Jesuit colleges …

Oct. 2 speaker: Director of research for Gallup Education

Areas of Study, Faculty, Featured Events, Management | Sep 20, 2013 |

Are you interested in workplace leadership? If so, come to hear Tim Hodges, director of research for Gallup Education, talk about “The Gallup Approach to Strengths-Based Leadership and Well-Being.” Dr. Hodges’ appearance on campus was arranged by Tom Wright, the …

Alumni: Learn to build a trustworthy organization, October 25

Areas of Study, Featured Events, Management | Sep 10, 2013 |

Fordham’s Consortium for Trustworthy Organizations will hold its second annual summit on October 25, 2013. University alumni in all fields — especially business, nonprofit and government — are invited to participate. Here are the nuts and bolts: Date: Friday, October …

Business faculty win presenter spots at conferences

Communications/Media Management, Faculty, Management | Apr 30, 2013 |

Students typically think of their professors in the context of the classroom. For full-time academics, however, sharing knowledge outside of Fordham is a primary responsibility. Three business faculty members — James Stoner, Frank Werner and John Carey — will meet that expectation …

Professor Cole’s paper nominated for major award

Faculty, Management | Apr 24, 2013 |

Professor Benjamin M. Cole has been named a finalist for a prestigious research prize in international business from the Academy of Management, a professional organization for scholars of management and organizations. The winner of the Gustavson School of Business Award for the Best …


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