Connecting Across Countries

...adapted “surprisingly well” to moving the project meetings and presentations online. “I think that this project satisfied two goals,” Bayuk said. “It gave the students in the international marketing class...

Common mistakes in the job search process

...can be daunting, but it is essential in the job search. My formula for success is 30/70: 30% of your time should be spent on applying to jobs online. The...

Scott K. Jones

...College. Education Ph.D. in accounting, Drexel University, PA MBA, Shippensburg University, PA B.S., Shippensburg, PA Professional License: US Coast Guard- No. 2889110, Master Select Publications Tucker, J. and Jones, S....

David Black

...Neutrality in School Finance,” (with K. A. Lewis and C. R. Link), Journal of Human Resources, Spring 1981. “Wealth Neutrality and the Demand for Education: A Response,” (with K. A....

Cyber sages help small businesses tighten up

...on operational and behavioral aspects of security. The program has received national attention and high marks from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, which shared it as a “Resource of...

Joanne Jung-Eun Yoo

...Her educational background is also very global – she has earned degrees in South Korea (BA), Australia (MBA) and Hong Kong (Ph.D.) As an HSBM faculty member, she teaches cross-cultural...

Fred J. DeMicco

...ARAMARK for four Summer Olympics – Atlanta, Australia, Athens and Beijing. He completed his Ph.D. in hotel, restaurant and institutional management at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. In 1996,...

Lifelong Lerner: Jessica Casino

...most memorable course that I took at Lerner was my International Marketing class with Suresh Sundaram. I took this course while I was abroad in Australia and New Zealand. Our...

World Class Connections

...corporations during visits to Thailand and Australia in January. The business administration and finance study abroad program is led by husband and wife duo Sandy and Andy Fields, both of...

Q&A with UD alumna Susan W. Gates: Avoiding the mistakes of the 2008 housing crisis

...by Congress and then owned by private shareholders. Many believe, and I believe, this unusual structure was a weak link in the system and in effect contributed to the crisis...