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January 11, 2014
(Oregon Herald)

Economics professor Aaron Jackson is highlighted for his review of the AP analysis and the recent stimulus watch.

Source: Oregon Herald Type: Media Coverage Permalink
January 9, 2014

Mahendra Gujarathi and Jay Thibodeau appointed Rae D. Anderson Professors of Accountancy, recognized for for scholarship, education and service for the university, for academia more broadly, and for the profession.

Type: Campus News Permalink
January 8, 2014
(NECN)

Steve Weisman, professor of law, taxation & planning and author of 50 Ways to Protect Your Identity in a Digital Age, discusses the recent Target data breach and what it could mean for credit and debit card safety going forward.

Source: NECN Type: Media Coverage Permalink
January 8, 2014

A combination of technical skills and business acumen propelled a team of undergraduate students from Bentley University and Northeastern University to first place in a competition against seriously tech-savvy contenders from across the U.S. at the Supercomputing Conference in Colorado.

Type: Latest Headlines Permalink
January 6, 2014
(Houston Chronicle (also ran in outlets across the country))

Kristin Nichols, associate director of undergraduate admissions, is mentioned for her review of CollegeWeekLive as an instrumental tool that helps reach out to perspective students.

Source: Houston Chronicle (also ran in outlets across the country) Type: Media Coverage Permalink
January 6, 2014
(Lake Tahoe News)

Economics Professor Dhaval Dave is highlighted for his research on how individuals are maximizing their time during times of unemployment. 

Source: Lake Tahoe News Type: Media Coverage Permalink
January 6, 2014
(Huffington Post)

Research fellow at the Center for Business Ethics Jay Halfond authors a piece on how ethics included as part of a business education can create a lasting impact.

Source: Huffington Post Type: Media Coverage Permalink
January 6, 2014
(The Chronicle of Higher Education)

Jennifer Gillan, English and Media Studies professor, is highlighted for changing her focus from name-brand shows to network branding, which she will explore in her forthcoming book tentatively titled Television Brandcasting.

Source: The Chronicle of Higher Education Type: Media Coverage Permalink
January 6, 2014

Do radio and TV ads for new prescription drugs steer consumers toward newer, high-priced products? Bentley professor Dhaval Dave says “yes,” according to a recent study of the implications of both broadcast and non-broadcast direct-to-consumer advertising on rising prescription drug costs and demand.

Type: Campus News Permalink
December 31, 2013
(Forbes.com)

Shama Kabani, millennial CEO of The Zen Marketing Group, asks President Gloria Larson how businesses can engage with higher ed in order to better prepare grads for the workplace.

Source: Forbes.com Type: Media Coverage Permalink

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