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Harbert College management professor wins Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award.
Ten firms in the consulting and technology industries are expected to visit Lowder Hall Thursday, March 27, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., giving students the opportunity to mingle with corporate representatives and lobby for potential internships and even jobs.
Achilles Armenakis, a professor in management in the Raymond J. Harbert College of Business, will be a featured presenter Wednesday through Friday at the 21st Annual National Character & Leadership Symposium Scholars Forum hosted by the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colo.
Chris Shook attended his first Southern Management Association meeting 25 years ago as a doctoral student at Louisiana State University. On Nov. 9, Shook -- now as head of the Raymond J. Harbert College of Business Department of Management – was named the association’s president at its annual conference in New Orleans.
Raymond J. Harbert College of Business students have the opportunity to study in Berlin, Budapest, Prague and Wroclaw, Poland, next May 15-June 7, 2014,
Auburn professor Dave Ketchen volunteers for Entrepreneurship Boot Camp for Veterans, a program that offers expertise for veterans looking to make a start in the business world.
Chase your dreams. Have a plan. Never stop learning. Those are three bits of advice former PetSmart Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President Chip Molloy told Raymond J. Harbert College of Business management, finance and MBA students on campus Oct. 21-28.
First research paper under "Harbert College of Business" label accepted for publication.
Dr. Stanley Harris, who will become Associate Dean for Graduate and International Programs on July 1, is dedicated to maintaining the programs' excellence.
Dr. Vicki L. Birchfield, Associate Professor at the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs at Georgia Tech and Co-Director of the Center for European and Transatlantic Studies, took time out to discuss the history of the European Union, the Euro and its role on the global economy, Wednesday afternoon in Dr. Beverly Marshall’s Multinational Finance Management classes.
Dr. Mike Hitt, Distinguished Professor and Joe B. Foster Chair of Business Leadership at Texas A&M University, addressed 24 Auburn College of Business faculty members and Ph.D. students Friday, Feb. 8, at Lowder Hall.
Dr. Mike Hitt is Distinguished Professor and Joe B. Foster Chair of Business Leadership at Texas A&M University. The Times Higher Education recently ranked Mike among the top scholars in Economics, Finance, and Management, and a 2012 study by the Academy of Management listed him as the 15th most influential management scholar of all time.
H.S. Feild, together with Kristen Day and Achilles Armenakis, had the paper "Other Organizations Are Doing It, Why Shouldn't We? A Look at Downsizing and Organizational Identity through an Institutional Theory Lens" accepted for publication in Journal of Change Management.
Brian Connelly, together with Auburn University doctoral student, Erik Van Slyke, had a paper entitled "The Power and Peril of Board Interlocks" accepted for publication at Business Horizons.
Brian Connelly presented a paper entitled "Exporting Pay Practices: The Influence of U.S. Institutional Investors on Global Pay Inequality" at the annual meeting of the Strategic Management Society.