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|CONNECTING YOU TO THE FRANKLIN P. PERDUE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS||DECEMBER 2012|
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In the Spotlight...
Professor Jaan Ubi from Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia, visited the Perdue School November 28-29. He is a lecturer and Ph.D. candidate in MIS and will be visiting MIS classes and meeting with faculty and others on topics related to MIS and to international exchanges.
Kashi Khazeh presented the co-authored paper (with Fati Salimian and Bob Winder) â€œAssessing Transaction Exposure/Risk Utilizing Value at Risk: The Holding Period Effectâ€ at the November 2012 Annual Meeting of the Association for Global Business (AGB) in Washington, D.C. The paper was published in the conference proceedings.
A business case study co-authored by Frank Shipper, Management and Marketing Department chair, continues to draw national attention. To read more â€¦
Fati Salimian and Jerry DeRidderâ€™s paper â€œAn Examination of Randomness Properties of 3-Digit Fibonacci Numbers Utilizing Traditional Randomness Testsâ€ has been accepted for publication in Academy of Taiwan Business Management Review.
Mary DiBartolo, Fati Salimian, Jeff Kotteman and Gerry DiBartoloâ€™s paper â€œEngaging Baccalaureate Nursing Students in Statisticsâ€ was published in Nurse Educator.
Case studies by management and marketing faculty are being used by others as teaching tools in the United States and beyond. To read more â€¦
Six students participated in the College Fed Challenge competition this year on November 1 at the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, Baltimore Branch. A total of seven colleges participated in the competition. Although SUâ€™s students did not make it to the next round, the judges were very impressed by the studentsâ€™ knowledge of the Fed, the current state of the economy and monetary policy; research and analysis; quality of the presentation; and teamwork and cooperation.
Fed Challenge participants (from left)
Lindsey Gallion, Kori Asbury, Michael Stenger, David Garrow, Jacob Herlihy, Jack Jeter and Dr. Jonathan Munemo.
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