WELCOME A Message from the Dean
2015-2016 The College of Business is committed to providing students the skills and experiences they will need â€“ inside and outside the classroom â€“ to build successful business careers. Our faculty are dedicated to student learning and success. To achieve our vision and fulfill the requirements of our mission, our focus is to:
Recruit qualified and diverse students whom we nurture and retain to graduation Deliver market-relevant programs that are innovative, distinctive, and high quality Strengthen and build relationships with the business community and other stakeholders so that they are integrally involved in advancing our mission Recruit, develop, and retain diverse faculty and staff who contribute to the mission of the College of Business Support research-driven knowledge creation with primary emphasis on contributions to practice and teaching/pedagogy
This report will show you how we have made these areas a focus for success. Sincerely,
Dr. Antoinette Phillips Interim Dean, College of Business
VISION & MISSION The College of Business at Southeastern Louisiana University will be recognized as a leading regional business school whose educational experiences, outreach, and knowledge creation positively impact lives and communities. The mission of the College of Business at Southeastern Louisiana University is to provide educational experiences for personal, professional and intellectual growth, enable the creation and sharing of knowledge to enhance learning and to advance the practice of business, and engage communities through service to positively impact their future.
REAL WORLD READY INITIATIVES Southeasternâ€™s Quality Enhancement Plan describes a course of action for enhancing quality education. The current focus is Real-World Ready initiatives. Experiential learning provides opportunities for students to practice in a setting that is authentic to advancing their intended careers. These learning opportunities are current, pertinent, performance-based, practical applications of knowledge and skills experienced within the curriculum. Experiential learning falls into categories in the College of Business including: internships, service-learning, undergraduate research, civic engagements, study abroad, field experiences, creative activities, practice, hands-on learning, mentoring, leadership training, and apprenticeships.
Study Abroad Opportunities • • •
Study abroad adds an invaluable dimension to a student’s academic, cultural, and professional development, and provides advantages in an increasingly competitive job market. First hand experience in other countries and cultures allows a clearer understanding of individuals, their own society and culture’s place in the global community. The College of Business is fortunate to have two programs that travel to Costa Rica and Panama where we have strong relationships with business, industry and governmental leaders in those countries.
Real World Ready Courses This year was the first year Southeastern implemented Real World Ready Certified courses through grant funding. In the College of Business, there were three courses certified: • Finance 495: Special Topics (Community Bank Competition) with Danielle Lewis • Marketing 373: Social Media & Digital Marketing (Student Groups worked with Community Clients) with April Kemp • Marketing 444: Marketing Management (Client was First Guaranty Bank) with Wesley Pollitte
Internships Students have many opportunities to gain real-world experience before entering the workforce. Internships are managed by each discipline within the College of Business. • Joseph Morris (Accounting) • John Cresson (Finance) • Jen Morgan (Business Administration) • Rusty Juban (Management) • Robert Cope (Supply Chain Management) • April Kemp (Marketing)
Congratulations to Southeastern’s Conference of State Bank Supervisors Case Study winners and community partner First Guaranty Bank in Hammond, LA (Pictured to the left)
FOCUS ON STUDENT SUCCESS Student success in the classroom was enhanced through real-world ready projects and relationships outside of the classroom. Several faculty members helped connect students with companies and professionals in the community to relate coursework to hands-on learning opportunities.
The Finance Investment Analysis classes, taught by John Cresson, engaged in the management of the Heyward Gibbes Hill Scholarship Fund, with assets valued at over $1.3 million. Students used state-of-the-art Bloomberg professional technology to conduct market research. Working with mentors from the investment industry, students competed to be able to make buy and sell decisions for over $600,000 in securities. Mentors included R.K. Hoddinott, Janice Leaumont, Lucius McGehee, Andre Theriot, and Tony Volz. (Pictured above are the students and mentors after presentations)
IN AND OUT OF THE CLASSROOM
The Advanced Advertising class, taught by Teri Root, worked with one of the Communications classes to design and produce commercials for North Cypress Fitness. Students consulted with their clients and created several storyline options for the client to choose from after final productions were completed. (Pictured above are the students and clients viewing the final versions of the commercials) Students in April Kemp’s Digital and Social Media course worked with clients in the community to make website recommendations, create e-mail marketing campaigns and execute social media content calendars. Some of the clients this year included: Jay Artigues Sport Complex, Copeland’s Cheesecake Bistro, Berry Town Produce, Mele Printing, and Eddie’s Frozen Custard. The class also managed the College of Business Facebook page. The able to increase the number of likes from 1,064 to 2,173 over the course of the academic year, which was an increase of over 100%. Mrs. Kemp’s Public Relations class worked with clients to develop a public relations campaign and event plan. Some of the clients included: Southeastern’s Sustainability Center, PJ’s Coffee, and Ruby Boutique. One client was the New Orleans Pelicans where the students planned and executed a Southeastern night at one of their games.
The Marketing Management class presented a mobile banking marketing plan to First Guaranty Bank (FGB) for their final project. They conducted research all semester and worked in teams to create and present the marketing plan to the client. “I was very impressed with the students and enjoyed working with them,” said Ms. Desiree Simmons, Vice President of Loan Administration and Marketing, FGB. (Pictured to the left are students with Ms. Simmons)
INCREASE IN STUDENT INTERNSHIPS
This year, the College of Business saw an increase in student internship opportunities. There were several events created to connect students and employers, including Networking Week, which is to be held each semester. Through these events, companies were able to set up on-campus interviews in Garrett Hall to hire students for internships and part-time jobs where they could gain real world industry experience.
MANAGEMENT 101 COURSE A recent initiative has been a Management 101 course to introduce Business Majors to the College of Business and its opportunities. The course has been taught this year by David Faucheux. David was ranked No. 2 in the nation for 2014-2015 in the popular student ranking service Rate My Professors. David is a teacher, instructor, life coach, mentor, sales trainer, motivational speaker, advertising consultant, and marketing project manager. He received his MBA from Southeastern and worked in advertising and marketing for 25 years. But, in 2012, he decided to give up that successful career so that he could follow his heart and pursue one of his true passions, which is to teach and to make a difference for our students. He retired to teach at Southeastern. He taught Marketing and Public Relations for 3 years, but currently is teaching Management 101 - Fundamentals of Business Success. He also serves as the Vice President of the Hammond Area Economic and Industrial Development District.
COLLEGE-WIDE EVENTS FOR ENGAGEMENT While each department sponsors several events throughout the year to support their majors, the College of Business hosts several additional events to engage all business majors with alumni, community leaders and industry professionals.
BUSINESS PERSPECTIVES WEEK
October 12-15, 2015 LIVINGSTON ETHICS LECTURE SERIES
March 8, 2016 NETWORKING WEEK
November 9-12, 2015 April 18-21, 2016
ADVISORY BOARDS COLLEGE OF BUSINESS
MARKETING ADVISORY BOARD
SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
Michael Budden, Chris Broadwater, David Cavell, Alexis Ducorbier, John Durnin, Mike Latino, John Poteet, Jodie Spiers, Keith Chulick
Front-Left to Right: Kathy Stuart, Whitney Delouche, Joanne Gallinghouse, Stacey Neal, and Jim Currie. Back-Left to Right: Bill Leimer, Jason Walter, Al McDuff, Mike Rivault, Kim Walker, Kayla R. Morgan. Not pictured: Desiree Simmons, Fran Tynes, Emily McKneely, Cindy Henderson, Eric Burnthorne, Brett Oubre, Neal Morgan, Jessica Smith, Renee Hall, Ryan Sides, Greg Quinn
ACCOUNTING PROGRAM ADVISORY BOARD
Paul Riggs, CPA, Athen Sweet, CPA, Janice Ezegbunam, CPA, Amy Verbene, CPA, Jeff LaCour, CPA, Jordan Montz, CPA, Kevin Babin, CPA, Bonnie Hunt, CPA, Heather Lambert, CPA, Bryan Ehricht, CPA
Josh Beech, Tony Calcagno, Lee Ferriss, Ed Gautier, Jeremy Gill, Michael Goldsmith, Mike Massey, Johnny Milazzo, Vicki Palermo, M Passman, Tim Pinter, Stan Stolzenthaler, Judy Vicknair, Daniel Benken, Suzanne Booty, Bryan Boudreaux, Shaine Darbonne, Michael DiVincenti, Patrick Dufresne, John Emas, Lee Ferriss, Al Gahn, John Gillespie, Randy Guillot, Kurt Kapota, Larry Kofton, Mike Manifold, Michael Vavasseur, Grant Walker
The College of Business and several of its disciplines recruit successful alumni and community business leaders to engage with faculty and students. These advisory board members meet on campus and give feedback on industry trends to ensure students are being exposed to curricula that will help make them successful in the workplace.
BUSINESS PERSPECTIVES WEEK 2015 • Mr. Jay Artigues, Director of Athletics, Southeastern LA University; Owner, Jay Artigues Sportsplex • Ms. Dodie Adams, President, Northshore Homebuilders Association • Mr. Kevin Babin, Director of Analysis and New Initiatives, Waskey, Inc. • Ms. Sara Bardwell, Purchasing Manager, Utility Metering Solutions (UMS) • Mr. Gary Borgstede, Chief Administrative Officer, Church of the King; former CFO, Ochsner Hospital • Ms. Megan Brassette, Marketing Program Manager, POOLCORP • Mr. Adam Butsch, Personal Banker, Chase Bank • Mr. Nick F. Castjohn, President, Renovate, Inc.; Secretary, Board of Directors, LA Home Builders Assoc. • Mr. Larry Celestine, Assoc. Director, Internal Audit & Quality Assurance, Confie Ins Group Holdings, Inc. • Mr. Keith Chulik, Regional Vice President, Republic Finance • Mr. Jim Currie, Director of Marketing Services, Nestle Health Science • Ms. Cindy Cutrer, Cost Accountant, Wyatt Field Service • Mr. Mike Davis, Warehouse Manager, Martin Brower • Mr. Daryl Ferrara, Vice President and Branch Manager, Whitney Bank • Ms. Yolanda Franklin, President, Total Tax Time, LLC • Ms. Melanie Gottschalck, Asstistant Credit Department Manager, First Guaranty Bank • Ms. Andrea Hale-Arnold, Business Development Manager, Ross Downing Buick GMC Chevrolet • Dr. Michelle Hall, Director, Office of Institutional Research, Southeastern Louisiana University • Mr. Ed Hoover, Owner, Encore Development Corporation • Mr. Ryan Jones, Human Resource Training Specialist, Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center • Mr. William Joubert, Certified Global Business Professional and Certified Louisiana Economic Developer, Louisiana Small Business Development Center, Southeastern Louisiana University • Ms. Codie LaPorte, Wealth Advisor, Regions Private Wealth Management • Ms. Stephanie Macaluso, Business Process Analyst and Auditor, Netchex • Ms. Emily McKneely Matise, Director of Sales, Tangi Tourism • Ms. Carrie McPhail, Supply Chain PI Analyst II, Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady Health System • Ms. Kayla Morgan, Director of Network Marketing, Imaginal Marketing Group • Dr. Amber Narro, Associate Professor of Communication, Southeastern Louisiana University; Editor, Backspin Magazine • Mr. Jake Narro, Head Golf Coach, Southeastern Louisiana University; Publisher, Backspin Magazine • Mr. Michael Olivier, CEO, Committee of 100 Louisiana; former Secretary, Louisiana Department of Economic Development • Mr. Brett Oubre, President, Winnsboro Lakeside Ford • Mr. Matthew Patterson, Vice President, Hammerman & Gainer, Inc. (HGI) • Ms. Crystal Rose Payne, Senior Income Tax Accountant, Globalstar • Mr. Daryl Purpera, Legislative Auditor, Louisiana Legislative Auditor • Mr. Mike Rivault, Director of Marketing, Southeastern Louisiana University • Mr. Gary W. Sandifer, CLU, Registered Representative, New York Life Insurance Company • Mr. Steve Schoepflin, General Manager, Owens & Minor • Ms. Jodi Spiers, Regional Vice President, Republic Finance • Ms. Samantha Starr, Senior Account Coordinator, DEVENEY • Mr. Donnie Thomas, Owner, Crystal Plantation • Mr. Michael Tusa, Labor and Employment Attorney, Sutton, Alker & Rather, LLC • Mr. Randy Vicknair, Vice President and Chief Credit Officer, First Guaranty Bank • Ms. Kim Walker, Director of Marketing, 5 Stones Media • Ms. Kinsey Williams, Associate Sales Representative, Ethicon, Inc. • Ms. Katie Beth Walton, Recruiting Trainee, Sanderson Farms
JosĂŠ Barrios Ng President and CEO ABCO Global and Capital Finance Former Deputy Administrator Panama Canal Authorityďżź
Robert Watkins Managing Partner Wegmann Dazet & Company
Danny Monistere Senior Vice President for Client Services, Nielsen
COLLEGE OF BUSINESS EXECUTIVE IN RESIDENCE
The College of Business is pleased to announce Mr. Phil Livingston as our Executive in Residence. His extensive career in the banking industry, coupled with his leadership roles in a variety of industry and organization boards, make him a valuable resource for our students. Mr. Livingston looks forward to sharing his real world insights and experiences with the collegeâ€™s juniors, seniors, and MBA students. Mr. Livingston graduated in 1965 from Mississippi State University with a degree in Accounting. He joined Louisiana National Bank in 1965 as a management trainee where he became Vice President. In 1973, he became Chief Executive Officer of Citizens National Bank in Hammond. He served as Chairman and CEO of Citizens National Bank until its1995 merger with Deposit Guaranty National Bank of Mississippi. Mr. Livingston held the title of Chairman and CEO of Deposit Guaranty National Bank of Louisiana and the President of South Louisiana for First American Bank of Tennessee following another merger. After retiring in 1998, he served as a consultant to AmSouth Bank of Alabama which later acquired First Tennessee. Mr. Livingston served on the Board as President of the Louisiana Bankers Association in 1986 and on multiple national committees of the American Bankers Association including the Community and Bank Advisory Board and the Communications Council. He also served as a Director of the New Orleans Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta. Mr. Livingstonâ€™s professional development includes completion of the Senior Bank Officers Scholarship at Harvard University, the Consumer Credit School at the University of Oklahoma, and the Investment School at the University of Illinois. Since 1989, Mr. Livingston has been serving as the Lead Independent Director and Chair of the Compensation Committee at Sanderson Farms, Inc.
JAMES & EVELYN LIVINGSTON LECTURE SERIES
This year’s featured speaker was G. Lee Griffin of Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Mr. Griffin is an alumnus of LSU, where he earned a Master’s degree in Economics and Finance in 1962. He also holds a B.S. in Economics from the University of Texas at Austin. Mr. Griffin is the retired chairman and CEO of Bank One of Louisiana (now Chase). In July 2011, at the request of the Board of Directors, he succeeded retiring LSU Foundation President and CEO Maj. Gen. William “Bill” Bowdon in an interim role. The following month, the Board asked Mr. Griffin to stay on for an indefinite period of time. He was succeeded by Stephen Moret, who began his service as president and CEO May 11, 2015. He is married to Elizabeth Barrett Lobdell, an LSU College of Business Administration alumna, and together they have three children: Lee, Bill and Beth.
COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ALUMNUS OF THE YEAR Robert D. Watkins, CPA of Wegmann Dazet & Company, was recognized as Southeasternâ€™s College of Business Alumnus of the Year for 2015. He is a 1975 graduate of Southeastern with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting. He serves as managing partner and oversees financial operations for one of the top accounting firms in New Orleans and the Gulf South.
DEPARTMENT OF ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE Department Head: Sang Lee (Acting) Professors: Robert Braun, Paul Carruth, Rakesh Duggal, John Yeargain Associate Professors: John Cresson, Harold Davis, Dean DiGregorio, Danielle Lewis, Thomas Meyer, Joseph Morris, William Simpson Assistant Professors: Ivan Julio (Visiting) Instructors: Julie Bassett, James DeFranceschi, Kris Jones, Eric Knight Lecturers: Paula Charles, Douglas Curet, Robert Knights Administrative Assistant: Renita Newton Professorships: Junghans Professorship in Accounting-Danielle Lewis, Junghans Professorship in Finance-John Cresson, Phil Livingston Professorship in Accounting-Robert Braun
ACCOUNTING DEGREE PROGRAM -The Accounting Program at Southeastern is one of six programs in the state to hold separate accounting accreditation through the AACSB International. -The Accounting Program Advisory Board met with faculty and student members to revise the vision, mission, and values statements, engage in a SWOT analysis, and discuss strategies and intended outcomes for the program. -The members of Beta Alpha Psi (BAP, supervised by Dr. Dean DiGregorio) engaged in several outreach activities including volunteer income tax assistance for international students, tutoring, and networking with professionals. -The members of the National Association of Black Accountants (NABA, supervised by Dr. Eric Knight) held a membership promotion day in spring 2016. -Rick Simpson, a senior Accounting faculty member, served on the Board of Directors of the Northshore Chapter of the LCPA. -Bob Braun, an Accounting faculty member, served on a peer-reviewed journal editorial review board. -The department sponsors an Accounting Lab for students to take advantage of during the semester in Garrett Hall.
-An analytics course has been developed to be taught in future semesters. -The Accounting Program fosters ongoing internships, provides practice interview sessions, and supports the LionHire system for on-campus interviews with potential employers. Through strong partnerships and consistent standards, students graduating in accounting experience high placement rates.
FINANCE DEGREE PROGRAM -The Finance degree program faculty help students become real world ready through curriculum design and extra-curricular activities such as state-wide and nation-wide case competitions, seminars and tours, and fund management projects. - Partnering with First Guaranty Bank and under the guidance of Finance faculty member Danielle Lewis, Southeastern’s FIN 495 case team engaged in a competition in which students analyzed the impact of the bank’s small business loan portfolio on the community, its contribution to bank performance, and its risk management practices. The team took first place in the competition that included over 20 teams from some of the nation’s elite institutions.
- The FIN 451 and 452 classes taught by John Cresson engaged in the management of the Heyward Gibbes Hill Scholarship Fund, with assets valued at over $1.3 million. Students used state-of-the-art Bloomberg professional technology to conduct market research. Working with mentors from the investment industry, students competed to be able to make buy and sell decisions for over $600,000 in securities. Mentors included R.K. Hoddinott, Janice Leaumont, Lucius McGehee, Andre Theriot, and Tony Volz. -Finance students traveled to New York City to participate in seminars and tours with Goldman Sachs, Auriga USA, and the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. -Graduates in Finance have gone on to Master’s Degree Programs throughout the United States. Others have been hired in financial positions at companies such as Hancock Whitney Bank, First Guaranty Bank, Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center, Centene Corporation, Goldman Sachs, First NBC Bank, Gulf Coast Bank & Trust, Capital One Bank, LaPorte, Regions Bank, First National Bankers Bank, Liberty Mutual Insurance, Investar Bank, JPMorgan Chase, Deutsche Bank, US Army, and Carr, Riggs & Ingram LLC.
DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Department Head: Sang Lee Professors: Samuel Cappel, Yu Hsing, Phyllis King, Sang Lee, Antoinette Phillips, Carl Phillips, Randall Settoon, David Wyld Associate Professors: David Bowes, Lara Gardner, André Honorée, Jay Johnson, Rusty Juban, Russell McKenzie, Dawn Wallace Assistant Professors: Cindi Baldi, Mario Krenn Instructors: Matthew Alford, Aristides Baraya, Anna Bass, Connie Budden, David Faucheux, Yun-Chen Morgan, Marcia Stirling Lecturers: Jason Landry, John Poteet, Adrienne Stroble Administrative Assistants: Amber Silvers (Management) and Paula Morris (Business Administration) Professorships: Blackwell Professorship in Economics-Sang Lee, Candies Professorship in Business-Carl Phillips, Dugas Professorship in Business-Lara Gardner, Junghans Professorship in Management-André Honorée, Laborde Professorship in Business-David Wyld, Miller Professorship in Business-Yu Hsing, Otto Candies Professorship in Business-Rusty Juban, Robert Maurin Professorship in Business-Sam Cappel
MANAGEMENT DEGREE PROGRAM
-Dr. David Wyld held three editorships for
-The department’s two study abroad trips
academic journals - International Journal
(Panama and Costa Rica) continued to
of Managing Public Sector Information and
provide students with an opportunity to
Communication Technologies, International
expand their worldview. Twenty-three
Journal of Managing Value and Supply
students were enrolled in the Management
Chains, and the International Journal of
Study Abroad courses (MGMT 420 and 430).
Managing Information Technology.
-Ten Management majors received
-Several members of the Society for Human
scholarships to Study Abroad Programs in
Resource Management (SHRM) attended
Costa Rica and Panama.
and assisted at the Louisiana Conference
-Five Management majors received
on Human Resources in Lafayette,
internships at a variety of businesses and
Louisiana, and at the NSHRM Annual
organizations in Louisiana.
-Dr. Russell McKenzie coordinated the
-The SHRM chapter at Southeastern again
Panama Bilingue Program hosted by
received a superior merit award.
-The chapter also received assistance from
-Dr. Aristides Baraya served as a member
the Louisiana Society for Human Resource
of five advisory boards, one peer-reviewed
Management and the Northshore Human
journal review board, and one board of
directors - Center for Global Business Studies
-Phi Beta Lambda held several meetings
at Pacific University (Oregon), University
this year including guests speakers such
Libre of Colombia, School of Engineering,
as Bill Joubert, Director of Small Business
-Scientific Editorial Committee, National
Development and Kim Walker, Owner of 5
Scientific Council of Distance Learning
University, Latino Forum, UNED Research Journal, SME’s Observatory of Costa Rica.
-Dr. Yu Hsing held two editorships and one associate editorship for academic journals – Journal of International and Global Economic Studies, International Journal of Applied Economics, Applied Econometrics and International Development -Dr. Yu Hsing served on five peer-reviewed journal review boards - Modern Economy, International Journal of Economics and Financial Issues, International Research Journal of Applied Finance, International Journal of Economic Issues, International Journal of Trade and Global Markets -Dr. Yu Hsing continued to serve on the Occupational Forecasting Conference (OFC) for the state of Louisiana. -Dr. Lara Gardner updated the Child Support Guidelines for the Department of Children and Family Services of the state of Louisiana. -Three students received internships at a variety of businesses and organizations in Louisiana.
Dr. Matthew Alford (pictured to the left) is the Advisor for Phi Beta Lambda’s Business Leadership Organization. They have worked hard this year to increase their membership and have a diverse group of speakers attend meetings to engage with its members. They also planned a successful College of Business tailgate for one of the home football games.
DEPARTMENT OF MARKETING AND SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT Department Head: Russell McKenzie (Interim) Professors: Michael Budden, Robert Cope, Rachelle Cope, Michael Jones, Barbara Schuldt, Avinash Waikar, Susan Zee Associate Professors: Minh Huynh, Tarรก Lopez, Teri Root, John Woosley Assistant Professor: Wesley Politte (Visiting) Instructors: Yvette Baldwin, April Kemp Administrative Assistant: Victoria Bergeron Professorships: Dorcas and H. N. Capron, Jr. Professorship in Supply Chain ManagementRobert Cope, Mayfield Professorship in Marketing-Michael Jones, Benjamin Paul Jones Professorship-Michael Budden
MARKETING BREAKFAST SPEAKER BOBBY YARBOROUGH CEO & PRESIDENT, MANDA MEATS
SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT DEGREE PROGRAM
SMA & ISM TRIP TO CHICK-FIL-A HEADQUARTERS
MARKETING PINNING & AWARDS CEREMONY
-The Logistics Management and
The Southeastern Marketing Association and
SMA leaders and Marketing Graduates
Institute for Supply Management visited the
were recognized at Awards Ceremonies
Chick-fil-A Headquarters in Georgia to tour
in the fall and spring to celebrate their
the facilities and hear from leaders in the
accomplishments. They were given
certificates and gold pins to signify their
Transportation class took a field trip to the Wal-Mart Distribution Center in Robert, LA in February 2016. -The Institute for Supply Management (ISM) members toured the Champagne Beverage Headquarters in Madisonville, LA. -Mr. Mike Arceneaux of Graybar Electric Supply was a guest speaker at an ISM monthly meeting. -Several undergraduate SCM majors and MBA students were invited to participate in PMI-GNO (Project Management Institute - Greater New Orleans Chapter) monthly
MARKETING DEGREE PROGRAM This year, the Marketing Faculty hosted a Major Orientation for new and current majors that covered: Faculty, Scholarships,
-Rob Dugas, VP of Supply Chain, Chick-fil-A
Involvement, Advisory Board, Career
-Danny Monistere, VP, Nielsen Media
Development, Internships & Study Abroad.
-Jose Barrios, former Deputy Director of
dinner meetings. Several attended. -All SCM majors were invited to par-
The Marketing Breakfast was held on April
Management - Greater New Orleans Chapter) monthly dinner meetings - at no expense. -ISM received several grants this year from Marathon Oil, ISM Baton Rouge & ISM GNO.
SUPPLY CHAIN INTERNSHIPS Several Supply Chain Management students participated in internships this year with numerous companies including: Graybar, Monsanto, and Marathon Oil.
received the G. Dean Brunson Scholarship.
REAL-WORLD SPEAKERS IN THE CLASSROOM
â€œPositioning Yourself for Successâ€? Marketing
ticipate in ISM-GNO (Institute for Supply
status as graduates. Seven students
21, 2016 and featured guest speaker Bobby Yarborough, CEO & President of Manda Meats. There were over 100 students, faculty and guests in attendance.
the Panama Canal and current President & CEO of ABCO Global -Brett K. Oubre, entrepreneur and owner of multiple car dealerships, shopping centers & real estate -Jennifer Jarreau, Marketing Director of All-American Healthcare -Kayla Morgan, Principal, Director of
Salon/Spa Marketing Sales at Imaginal
There were 13 students who participated
in Marketing internships during the 2015-
-Megan Brassette, Marketing Program
2016 year for companies including: Anntoine
Manager at Poolcorp
Marketing & Design, 5 Stones Media,
-Ms. Vicki Palermo, Buyer at Textron Marine
Southeastern Athletics, and Lagniappe Media.
Marketing Group, Designer/Owner at Kay-
Future Plans: The Supply Chain Management Degree Program added a new Business Analytics course to their curriculum. The Marketing Degree Program has received approval to introduce three new courses to better prepare students for Future efforts: The Department of Marketing & Supply Chain Management is working on a course in Analytics. future career opportunities. The courses are Advanced Professional Selling, Social Media and Personal Branding and The Marketing Department plans to open a new Barrios Family Lab for Global Marketing & Latin American Foundations of Marketing Design. The Marketing Department is also planning to build the Barrios Family Lab for Global Business in 2017. Two new concentrations have been presented for approval in Marketing to include Marketing & Latin American Business to further give students the opportunity to be exposed to new technological Professional Sales and Social Media & Advertising. advances.
GRADUATE BUSINESS PROGRAMS Director of Executive MBA Program: John Cresson Director of MBA Program: André Honorée Administrative Assistant for EMBA and MBA: Pam Oprea The Graduate Business Programs are continually assessed to meet the needs of our graduate students. As a result, administrators and faculty engaged in the following activities:
EXECUTIVE MBA Thirty-five students were enrolled in the program with two available tracks: a general MBA, and an MBA with a health care management concentration. The general MBA participants choose between 1) accounting and finance electives or 2) business electives. -In the cohort graduating in 2016, more than 62 percent of the students competed the Health Care Management concentration, and more than half of the participants had a Master’s degree or above. (three students an M.D. degree, four students an M.S. degree, one student a J.D. degree, and one student a doctoral degree in Nursing) -The following professions were represented: Attorneys, Financial Analysts, Physicians, Engineers, Entrepreneurs, Nurses, Managers, and Marketers. -Multiple employees from the University Medical Center - New Orleans, Children’s Hospital – New Orleans, and Our Lady of Lake Regional Medical Center – Baton Rouge participated in our program. Chicago Bridge & Iron, ICF International, the Mississippi Department of Banking & Consumer Finance, Monsanto Company, Ochsner Health Systems, Praxair, and Slidell Memorial Hospital were some of the other organizations represented in our program. -John Derenbecker, Senior Vice President and Chief Legal Officer at North Oaks Health System, taught the Heath Care Law course. -Anthony Grieco, MD, Physician Executive and Medical Director at Aetna, taught one day of Heath Care administration to the Heath Care students. -Lara Gardner, Ph.D. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, taught Health Care Economics to the Heath Care students. -Cindi Baldi, Ph.D. from the University of Texas at Austin, taught managerial negotiations to the general management students. -Brian Greffenius, who specializes in Management Training and Executive Coaching with Sandler Training, presented twice as part of our Luncheon Lecture Series.
MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION OUTREACH -Revised admission standards & prerequisites to increase diversity/ appeal--this has resulted in significant growth and approximately half of the new students having degrees outside of business. -Developed new promotional materials and enhanced the program website. -Altered rotation and scheduling of course offerings to better serve students. -New electives introduced in healthcare, international business & negotiations. -Worked to revise and introduce new Pre-MBA curricula with the Computer Science, Chemisty & Physics, and Biology departments.
-Increased visibililty of the MBA program through student tables at Grad Fair, Career Fair, in the Student Union and by speaking to classes and student organizations across campus.
MBA SOCIETY Increased membership through professional and social activities including: -MBA Business Conversation Series. -Q&A Session with COB Ethics Lecturer & Executive in Residence. -Networking at Hammond Chamber of Commerce After Hours. -MBA Fall Mixer with MBA alumni, graduate faculty, and administration. -Sponsored mud volleyball teams at “Swamp Bowl” (1 student/1 faculty).
MBA BUSINESS CONVERSATION SERIES New series implemented to complement the program with discussion of a broad range of topics, including intellectual property, conflict resolution, and social media from noted experts such as: -Nicole Baute Honorée, ViceChancellor for Economic Development and Strategic Initiatives at the LSU Health Sciences Center in New Orleans -Mark A. Myers, Founder of RESOLUTIONS and a Qualified Civil Mediator -Daniel Monistere – Senior Vice President, Client Solutions, Nielsen
GROWTH BY THE NUMBERS
LATIN AMERICAN INITIATIVES Both the University and the College of Business value education that extends beyond the traditional classroom setting. Latin America is an important economic partner with the United States, and in particular with Louisiana. Southeastern’s College of Business has hosted programs for over twenty years in cooperation with several Latin American countries and has an especially strong relationship with those countries. The focus of the programs has spanned a wide range of areas from national economic development to study abroad and everything in between. In the most recent year alone, Southeastern’s business faculty have conducted on-campus or on-site programs with Columbia, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Honduras, and the Republic of Panamá. These programs offer our students and faculty opportunities to broaden their cultural awareness and discover how the international environment impacts governmental and business decision-making.
HISPANIC BUSINESS INSTITUTE For more than 15 years, the College of Business has been working with the Latin American community through the Hispanic Business and Leadership Institute (HBLI) to offer programs designed to strengthen and invigorate entrepreneurial, participative and educative leadership capacities, as well as international relations.
Jose Barrios Ng is the former Deputy Administrator for the Panama Canal Authority and has been a strong partner with Southeastern’s College of Business’ Hispanic Business & Leadership Institute.
HISPANIC BUSINESS INSTITUTE (CONTINUED)
ASSOCIATION OF LATIN AMERICAN STUDENTS
Director: Aristides Baraya -By partnering with government agencies, universities, chambers of commerce, business leaders, and non-profit organizations in Louisiana and Latin America, HBLI has served as a catalyst to achieve many of advances in the region for the Hispanic community and also for Hispanic relations between the State of Louisiana and other Hispanic countries .-With The Institute of Business Excellence of the Chamber of Industry in Costa Rica, we have worked to develop and increase rural-business microenterprises capabilities. -With the State of Louisiana, worked to establish a direct flight between New Orleans and the Republic of Panamá with Copa Airlines. -Presented a one-week conference on Business and Marketing for the Monica Herrera School of Marketing and Communications from El Salvador. -Hosted International Transfer Students Program with University of El Salvador. -Hosted an Executive Trade Mission to Panamá with The Committee of 100 for Economic Development, Inc., the District Export Council, and the US Department of Commerce, Commercial Service Office in New Orleans to help participating companies and organizations foster new business and partnerships in Panamá.
Advisor of Association of Latin American Students: Aristides Baraya ALAS is a student organization designed to enhance the appreciation of diversity and cross-cultural awareness, leadership, ethics, and cohesiveness for the members as well as to build a better understanding between Latin American students and the local community. The ALAS has participated in numerous events aimed to underscore the importance of intercultural and international relationships by volunteering in programs such as the Panamá Bilingüe program and charity events to help and serve the community.
STUDY ABROAD PROGRAMS N PANAMA & COSTA RICA Study Abroad Coordinators: Costa Rica: Michael Budden, Connie Budden and Rusty Juban Panama: Russell McKenzie, Tará Lopez Our study abroad programs give students the opportunity to authentically experience another culture. Because of our strong relationships in Latin America,
our current study abroad programs are focused in Panamá and Costa Rica. Throughout the experience, students engage with industry and political leaders, learn more about how culture and economic principles impact decisionmaking, and reflect on their own preconceived stereotypes of Latin American countries.
PANAMA BILINGUE PROGRAM Director of Panama Bilingüe Program: Tará Lopez The Panamá Bilingüe program, which began in January of 2015, is a project initiated by Republic of Panamá President, Juan Carlos Varela to develop Panamá into a fully bilingual country. His goal is to send 1,000 elementary and high school teachers per year, through the year 2019, to universities in the United States for one semester to study English. Because of our unique, long-standing relationship with Panamá, Southeastern’s College of Business was among the first recruited to host the program. Participating in this program has enriched our campus community. Panamá Bilingüe students have participated in cultural exchange activities with our College of Business Students through class assignments, presentations, language lessons, and performances highlighting local customs.
The Southeastern College of Business has hosted numerous distinguished visitors and lecturers to business students through sponsorships from several people including: Mr. Jose Barrios, Former Deputy Administrator of the Panama Canal, Mr. Saul Rubio, President Rubio’s Enterprises Restaurants, and Mr. Victor Valdivieso, Vice President Board of Directors Free Trade Zone, Panama.
SCHOLARSHIPS & AWARDS SCHOLARSHIPS • Aaron Abadie: Charles and Patricia O’Drobinak Excellence in Accounting Endowed Scholarship • Souad Akdid: Ragain & Massey Entrepreneurship in Distribution Scholarship, SGA Scholarship in Business • April Assavedo: Boudreaux Family Endowed Scholarship for Future Leaders in Supply Chain Management • Hannah Benton: Charles Emery Cate Excellence in Business Endowed Scholarship • Kalyn Berot: Paul M. and DeNise S. Marek Scholarship in Finance or Accounting. William F. Kingsmill, III, Excellence in Business Endowed Scholarship • Colette Casso: Christina Vachetta Buehler Memorial Scholarship • Daniel Collins: Rodney C. Galatas Endowed Scholarship • Danielle Coniglio: Christine Marie Gonzales Memorial Endowed Scholarship in Business • Emily Dequay: Richard and Mercedes Durham Endowed Scholarship in Business • Michelle Doescher: Donald E. Martinez Endowed Scholarship in Accounting, William M. “Bill” Burch Endowed Scholarship in Accounting, Louisiana Society of CPAs Northshore Chapter Accounting Scholarship, F. Kenton Bueche Memorial Endowed Scholarship • Dari Donaldson: Accounting Faculty Alumni Endowed Scholarship, Kenton Bueche Memorial Endowed Scholarship, Chalres and Patricia O’Drobinak Excellence in Accounting Endowed Scholarship • Kaitlin Farkas: Willard & Inez Robertson Endowed Scholarship in Accounting (In Honor of Dr. R. Norval Garrett), Charles and Patricia O’Drobinak Excellence in Accounting Endowed Scholarship, Accounting Faculty Alumni Endowed Scholarship • Savannah Hardee: Hood Automotive Endowed Scholarship in Business • Dana Hendrix: William M. “Bill” Burch Endowed Scholarship in Accounting • Meghan Henry: R. K. Hoddinott Endowed Scholarship in Business & Technology • Pamela Hubbard: Donald E. Martinez Endowed Scholarship in Accounting • Megan Hull: Julien A. and Doris Evelyn Waller Tillery Endowed Scholarship in Business • Kelsey Johnson: First Guaranty Bank Assistantship • Chase Keller: Sanderson Farms MBA Scholarship • Nitish Khanal: William M. “Bill” Burch Endowed Scholarship in Accounting • Mindy Lemm: Donald E. Martinez Endowed Scholarship in Accounting • Amanda Lewis: Donald E. Martinez Endowed Scholarship in Accounting, F. Kenton Bueche Memorial Endowed Scholarship, LA Society of CPAs Northshore Chapter Accounting Scholarship, Williams M. “Bill” Burch Endowed Scholarship in Accounting • Lauren Martinsen: Joseph A. Luquet, Jr., Excellence in Business Endowed Scholarship • Andrea Mena: Patrick and Gail Ponder Endowed Scholarship in Business • Austin Miller: Willard & Inez Robertson Endowed Scholarship in Accounting • Naresh Neupane: Frances A. Payne Endowed Scholarship in Business • Stephen Oliphant: Charles and Patricia O’Drobinak Excellence in Accounting Endowed Scholarship • Brady Perque: John & Beverly Manzella Endowed Scholarship in Business Administration • Victoria Perrin: Donald E. Martinez Endowed Scholarship in Accounting • Destiny Ponder: Accounting Faculty Alumni Endowed Scholarship, F. Kenton Bueche Memorial Endowed Scholarship, Charles and Patricia O’Drobinak Excellence in Accounting Endowed Scholarship, LA Society of CPAs Northshore Chapter Accounting Scholarship • Beverly Rafferty: Sanderson Farms MBA Scholarship
SCHOLARSHIPS (CONTINUED) • Eduardo Ricks: Althouse Nesser K-Team Printing & Imaging Endowed Scholarship in Business, Basil Owen Sweatt College of Business Alumni Chapter Endowed Scholarship, Harry & Audrey Gabriel Endowed Scholarship, Accounting Faculty Alumni Endowed Scholarship, LA Society of CPAs Northshore Chapter Accounting Scholarship • Lindsey Rose: Melanie Klein School Annual Scholarship • Kristal Terell: Dorothy R. Lee Excellence in Business Endowed Scholarship • Andrea Villarreal: Reeves Family Scholarship in Finance • Baleigh Vinyard: Neill Family Company Endowed Scholarship in Business • Sarah Winner: Joseph & Anna Piediscalzo Endowed Scholarship in Business HONORS CONVOCATION AWARDS • Distinguished Graduate in Accounting: Kaliff Daire • Distinguished Graduate in Finance: Andrea Villarreal • Distinguished Graduate in Management: Kristina Kleinpeter • Distinguished Graduate in Business Administration: Eduardo Ricks • Outstanding Academic Award in Economics: Amanda Keller • Distinguished Graduate in Supply Chain Management: Gabriela Pacheco Molina • Distinguished Graduate in Marketing: Casey Shelton PROFIT PROGRAM NOMINATED UNDERGRADUATE PRESENTATION AWARDS • Amanda McInerney, Paul Obermann, Margaux Kaltenbacher, Addison Martinez, Ally Carter, Kaitlin Henby, Joshua Barnhill, Lee-Ann Ryan, Kaycee Fambro, Kara Louque, Jonathan Jee, Tarez Cowsar, Joseph Edwards, Andrea Villarreal, Nicholas Byrd, Giang Nguyen, Blake Michael Zulli, Trinecia Mccoy, Michael Nettles ASSET PROGRAM NOMINATED GRADUATE PRESENTATION AWARDS • Kristen E. Bell, Travis J. Spinosa, Landon J. Richard, Laird Dieterich Brian, Juyeon (Diana) Lee, Tselmeg Batsuuri, Phuong Thi Lam Nguyen
STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS ASSOCIATION OF LATIN AMERICAN STUDENTS President: Gabriela Pacheco Advisor: Aristides Baraya The purpose of this organization shall be to expand the global perspectives of its students and increase its service vision to include not only the area of Southeast Louisiana, but also Latin American countries and the Hispanic community in the United States. BETA ALPHA PSI President: Pamela Hubbard Advisor: Dean DiGregorio Beta Alpha Psi is the national-level honors, professional and service organization for accounting majors. Members and new members invite professionals to speak at professional meetings (most Tuesdays), provide tutoring, and assist with various charitable organization events. BETA GAMMA SIGMA President: Anna Bass Advisor: Kris Jones Membership in this International Honor Society is the highest recognition that a business student can receive in a business program at a school accredited by AACSB International.
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION President: Sawyer Benson Advisor: Danielle Lewis FMA promotes learning and growth in the field of Finance while connecting future and current financial professionals. INSTITUTE FOR SUPPLY MANAGEMENT Presidents: Ryan Rizzo and Rudy Schmidt Advisor: Michael Jones ISM is the largest, oldest and most prestigious organization for purchasing managers globally. MBA SOCIETY President: Brandon Surrency Advisor: Rusty Juban The MBA Society is an organization comprised of MBA students that exhibit professional behavior with the goals of continuous development. NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF BLACK ACCOUNTANTS President: Sontrell Solomon Advisor: Eric Knight NABA is an organization for business majors with an interest in accounting. PHI BETA LAMBDA President: Kristina Kleinpeter Advisor: Matthew T. Alford Phi Beta Lambda is the oldest and largest national organization for students preparing for careers in business leadership. SOUTHEASTERN MARKETING ASSOCIATION President: Haleigh Sharp Advisors: Michael Budden and Michael Jones SMA provides professional development for marketing majors or students interested in marketing. SOCIETY FOR HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT President: Jessica Reid (Fall 2015) and Landon Richard (Spring 2016) SHRM is the worldâ€™s largest Human Resources professional society and leading provider of resources serving the needs of HR professionals and advancing the practice of human resource management.
PUBLICATIONS Billingsley, Luanne & Wyld, David. (2015-2016). How Can Radio Frequency Identification Technology Impact Nursing Practice? The Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing. Budden, Michael; Baraya, Aristides; Brenes, Lizette. (2015-2016). Revisiting The Software Industry In Costa Rica: Achievements And Challenges. The Journal of Service Science. Cappel, Samuel; Waiker, Avinash; Root, Terri. (2015-2016). Strategic Demarketing of Healthcare Services. Business Journal For Entrepreneurs. Cope, Robert III; Cope, Rachelle; Woosley, John. (2015-2016). Container Ship Routing: Panama Canal vs. U.S. Land Bridge. Journal of Management Policy and Practice (JMPP). Duggal, Rakesh. (2015-2016). Securitizing an Athleteâ€™s Future Income: The Vernon Davis Tracking Stock. Journal Of International Academy For Case Studies. Fok, Lillian; Lacho, Kenneth; Zee, Susan. (2015-2016). Student Knowledge of Better Business Bureaus and Chambers of Commerce. Leadership & Organizational Management Journal. Honoree, Andre; Lopez, Tara; Davis, Harold. (2015-2016). Using Self-Managed Work Teams to Combat Social Loafing and Increase Faculty Engagement in Assurance of Learning Processes. International HETL Review. Hsing, Yu. (2015-2016). Determinants of the CNY/USD exchange rate: a simultaneousequation model. International Journal of Monetary Economics and Finance. Hsing, Yu. (2015-2016). Determinants of the Government Bond yield in Spain: A Loanable Funds Model. International Journal of Financial Studies. Hsing, Yu. (2015-2016). Determinants of the ZAR/USD exchange rate and policy implications: A simultaneous-equation model. Cogent Economics and Finance. Hsing, Yu & Krenn, Mario. (2015-2016). Effects of the Global and Domestic Business and Economic Factors on Aggregate Output in Austria. Asian Business Research. Hsing, Yu. (2015-2016). Short-Run Determinants of the IDR/USD Exchange Rate: A Simultaneous-Equation Model. Global Economy Journal. Hsing, Yu. (2015-2016). Short-Run Determinants of the USD/PLN Exchange Rate and Policy Implications. Theoretical and Applied Economics. Huynh, Minh & Ghimire, Prashant. (2015-2016). Learning by Doing: How to Develop a Cross-platform Web App. Journal of Information Technology Education.
Jones, Michael; Baldi, Cindi; Phillips, Carl; & Waikar, Avinash. (2015-2016). The Hard Truth About Soft Skills: What Recruiters Look For In Business Graduates. College Student Journal. Krenn, Mario. (2015-2016). Convergence and Divergence in Corporate Governance: An Integrative Institutional Theory Perspective. Management Research Review: Thematic Issue on Corporate Governance. Krenn, Mario. (2015-2016). The Role of Codetermination in Shareholder Oriented Corporate Governance Reform: The Case of Executive Remuneration Disclosure in Germany. International Journal of Corporate Governance. Licata, Michael & DiGregorio, Dean. (2015-2016). Court affirms forced integration of unleased mineral interests into drilling unit is not a compensable taking. Oil, Gas & Energy Quarterly. Schuldt, Barbara & Totten, Jeffrey. (2015-2016). OMG! He Said What? (A&Eâ€™s Duck Dynasty Situation). Journal of Critical Incidents. Terpstra, David & Honoree, Andre. (2015-2016). Differences in the nature of employment discrimination litigation between private sector organizations and public sector organizations. International Journal of Discrimination and the Law. Waikar, Avinash; Cappel, Samuel; Meguess, Kyle. (2015-2016). Factors Affecting Availability of Comprehensive Care for the Elderly. Insights to a Changing World Journal. Waikar, Avinash; Sweet, Thomas; Morgan, Yun-Chen. (2015-2016). Millennials and Job Hopping - Myth or Reality? Implications for Organizational Management. Leadership & Organizational Management Journal. Waikar, Avinash; Pattanaik, Manas; Cope, Robert III. (2015-2016). Utility of Neural Networks and Hybrid Systems Concepts To Improve Simulation Modeling. Ethics & Critical Thinking. Wyld, David. (2015-2016). Do Internal Branding Efforts Help Ensure Positive Service Delivery Experiences? Academy of Management Perspectives. Wyld, David. (2015-2016). How Does Conflict Impact Sales Team Performance? Academy of Management Perspectives. Wyld, David. (2015-2016). Reverse Auctions: A Proven Best Practice for Producing Critical Procurement Savings. UBTech 2015: A National Summit on Technology and Success in Higher Education. Zee, Susan; Fok, Lillian; Lacho, Kenneth. (2015-2016). Student Knowledge of the Better Business Bureau: A Comparison of Two Universities. Business Journal For Entrepreneurs.
PRESENTATIONS Baldi, Cindi & Phillps, Carl. (2015-2016). Not Quite Dead Yet: Using Kolb’s Learning Style to Compete with Online Programs. Academy of Business Research. Baraya, Aristides & Lopez, Tará. (2015-2016). Panama Bilingue at Southeastern. SETESOL Conference 2015. Bowes, David. (2015-2016). Stock Market Volatility and Presidential Election Uncertainty: Evidence from Political Futures Markets. International Academic Business Conference. Braun, Robert; Mauldin ,D.; Viosca, R. (2015-2016). Employment Implications of Online Coursework: Empirical Evidence from Public Accounting. American Accounting Association Annual Conference. Budden, Michael; Budden, Connie; Lopez, Tará. (2015-2016). Enhancing Cross Cultural Communication In the Marketing Classroom: A Case Approach. International Academic Business Conference. Cappel, Samuel; Waiker, Avinesh; Morgan, Yun. (2015-2016). What Will Get the Students Real World Ready? Society of Business, Industry, and Economics. Carruth, Ann & Carruth, Paul. (2015-2016). Financial Impact of Health Coaching Internship Program on Hospital Readmission Rates. International Academic Business Conference. Gardner, Lara. (2015-2016). The Impact of HMOs on the Use of Medical Technologies and Patient Outcomes. Southern Economic Association. Holloway, Herbert. (2015-2016). Customary & Reasonable Fee Studies. Association of Appraisal Regulatory Officials. Holloway, Herbert. (2015-2016). State Appraisal Fee Surveys: In Search of the Elusive “Customary & Reasonable” Residential Appraisal Fee. Association for University Business and Economic Research. Hsieh, Wen-Jen & Hsing, Yu. (2015-2016). A Comparison of the Demand/Supply and Monetary Models of Exchange Rate Determination. Joint Conference of the Taiwan Economic Association/ CEANA. Hsing, Yu & Hsieh, Wen-Jen. (2015-2016). A Simultaneous-Equation Model of Exchange Rate Determination. Southern Economic Association. Huynh, Minh & Ghimira, Prashant. (2015-2016). Learning by Doing: How to Develop a CrossPlatform Web App. inSITE. Huynh, Minh. (2015-2016). A simple approach to create cross-platform mobile friendly WebApps. Southeastern’s Annual Faculty Conference on Teaching, Research and Creativity. Huynh, Minh. (2015-2016). A Journey From A Service Learning Project to an AcademicCommunity Collaboration Effort. Annual General Business Conference at Sam Houston State University. Johnson, Jay. (2015-2016). Some Economic Perspective on Renewable Energy and Sustainable Development. Pôle Universitaire Léonard-de-Vinci.
Jones, Michael; Stone, George; Kemp, April. (2015-2016). Do Our Graduates Know What Companies Are Seeking In An Employee, and, Perhaps More Importantly, Do We? Atlantic Marketing Association Conference. Kemp, April; Lopez, Tará; Jones, Michael; McKenzie, Russell. (2015-2016). What Internships? I didn’t hear about any Internships. An Exploration of Communicating Internships to Business Students. International Academic Business Conference. Krenn, Mario & Mancuso, Louis. (2015-2016). Disentangling Country and Firm Level Effects on Firm Equity Ownership and Firm Financial Performance: An Exploratory Empirical Analysis. Annual Conference of the Academy of International Business, Western USA Chapter. Krenn, Mario. (2015 - 2016). Strategic Entrepreneurship: Theory and Applications. Pôle Universitaire Léonard-de-Vinci. Lopez, Tará; Kemp, April; McKenzie, Russell. (2015-2016). Online Shopping - It’s a Global Concept...or is it? Building Cross-Cultural Experiences and Improving Global Awareness in the Consumer Behavior Classroom. International Academic Conference. Miles, Christopher; Kerschbaum, Felipe; Roberts, Jason; Lopez, Tará; Baraya, Aristides. (2015-2016). Practical Applications of Complexity in Language Planning The Case of Panamá Bilingüe. Southeast Regional TESOL Coference. Morris, Joseph. (2015-2016). Classification of Deferred Tax Assets and Deferred Tax Liabilities: FASB’s Attempt at Standards Simplification. American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences. Root, Terri & Settoon, Rick. (2015-2016). Creating a Multidisciplinary Learning Environment for Advanced Advertising Courses: A Pilot Approach. Association of Collegiate Marketing Educators. Simpson, William. (2015-2016). I.R.C. Section 107 and the Establishment Clause: A Review of the Issues in Light of the Recent Seventh Circuit Indecision. American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences. Waikar, Avinash; Cappel, Sam; Morgan, Yun-Chen. (2015-2016). What will get them Real World Ready?-Student Opinions. Society of Business, Industry, and Economics. Woosley, John. (2015-2016). How to Translate Skills of High Performers to the Law Office. Continuing Legal Education - Baton Rouge Bar Association. Woosley, John; Cope, Robert III; Cope, Rachelle. (2015-2016). Influence of the Merchant Marine Act of 1920 on the Ability of the United States to Compete in Global Logistics Today. International Academic Business Conference. Wyld, David. (2015-2016). Reverse Auctions: A Proven Best Practice for Producing Critical Procurement Savings. UBTech 2015: A National Summit on Technology and Success in Higher Education.
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Published on Oct 3, 2016
Southeastern's AACSB accredited and nationally noted College of Business reviews its successful 2015/16 academic year.