The latest U.S. News and World Report graduate school rankings show the value of a Tippie School of Management MBA.
University of Iowa career services volunteers are lending their expertise to help unemployed Iowans find work.
Why, yes it is, says accounting professor Bruce Johnson.
A study by Erik Lie, professor of finance, suggests firms that declare bankruptcy emerge too soon, and do so with too much debt and too few prospects for long-term viability.
Tippie in the News
(Wall Street Journal, April 7)
Last year, as many "value"-stock investors went on spending sprees, picking up stocks they thought were bottoming out, the Discovery Mutual Fund's co-managers, Anne Gudefin and Tippie grad Charles Lahr (BBA93, MBA99), resisted the lures of bargain-basement prices.
(Cedar Rapids Gazette, April 18)
Tippie students are setting aside their books for a few hours to help build a new house with Habitat for Humanity for a family in Iowa City.
(Wall Street Journal, April 24)
Research by management sciences professor Jeffrey Ohlmann has found that if two quarterbacks are picked in the first round of the NFL draft, odds are that only one will prove to be successful.
On June 13, Dan McLean (BBA70), will receive one of five Distinguished Alumni Awards for Achievement from the University of Iowa Alumni Association.
As founder, president, and chief executive officer of Chicago-based MCL Companies, McLean has dedicated his professional career to the development, construction, and revitalization of urban properties.
With McLean’s vision, leadership, and charitable spirit, MCL has helped remap the face of Chicago, from its most luxurious (the 13-acre, $1 billion River East project) to its most challenged communities (Cabrini Green public housing project).
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Numerous Tippie students were honored for their achievements
at The University of Iowa’s 2009 Finkbine Dinner. Accounting major Erin Cavanagh and Alexandra Nica, a graduate student in economics, were each awarded a Hancher-Finkbine Student Medallion.
Jared Garfield isn't much of a race fan, but he might pay a little more attention to the Indianapolis 500 this year after winning a business plan competition while riding in a limousine around the Indianapolis Motor Speedway's legendary brickyard.
Amanda Crane, a senior from Council Bluffs, received the first Marvin A. Pomerantz Leadership Award at a ceremony to honor 2009 graduates of the Career Leadership Academy.
Joe Crookham (MBA64), president of Oskaloosa-based Musco Sports Lighting, discussed the growth of the company into one of the world's largest producers of athletic field lighting systems.
Frequent traveler Kathy Ameche (BBA83) has seen it all. From language barriers to lost luggage, Ameche has used her life experiences to launch a book series, product line, and even develop a way of life as a woman always on the move.
The new Tippie Real Estate Club held a panel discussion recently which included several Tippie alumni: Dan McLean (BBA70), president of MCL Companies; John Bergstrom (BBA74), senior vice president of General Growth Properties; and AEGON's Don Gaurino, vice president of valuation & research.
John Rice, Vice Chairman, President, and CEO of GE Technology Infrastructure, spoke to students about leadership and his management experiences.
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