School of Business
News & Events
Prof. Fred Barrett, Assistant Professor of Business Administration and Management, is doing some very innovative work in presenting Excel as a modeling tool. Key features include advance use of pivot tables, presenting results to a managerial audience and accessing large data sets.
Dr. Diane Dolezal, Associate Professor of Business Administration focuses on a research area which includes global issues in business ethics and she integrates a variety of ethical issues in her Business Ethics course. Dr. Dolezal attends the national The Teaching Professor conference and applies new and exciting techniques in student learning to her classes at STAC.
Dr. Roger Levy, Associate Professor of International Business and Marketing, has made frequent scholarly trips to Asia, particularly China and Japan and this has inspired him to design a Monsoon Asia course and a new course, Japan: Geography, Economy and Culture. Dr. Levy has presented multiple papers at International Business, Economics, Environment and Education conferences Including his most recent paper “Japan’s Adoption of Western Innovations – Some Lessons for Marketers.”
Dr. Meghan Mihal, Associate Professor of Economics, and her student Kathryn Krupa ’13, had their paper “Salary Discrimination in MLB: Revisited” accepted for presentation at the Eastern Economic Association’s Annual Meeting in Boston. The paper was presented in March 2012 by Kathryn Krupa ’13, a member of the Honors Program
Dr. Nikolaos Papavlassopulos, Associate Professor of Finance and Business Administration, designed two courses: Current Issues in Finance and History and Ethics in Economics. His research also includes well being and economic growth.