Tippie faculty members Amy Colbert and Greg Stewart hope their
study will determine if the Executive MBA degree pays off for its graduates and their employers.
JPEC student Zach Hedrington has received a $50,000
federal grant for his business that helps convert biomass to energy.
The Pomerantz Career Center has received a $50,000 grant
from State Farm Insurance to develop programs in its Career Leadership Academy.
Managers for U.S. companies may want to limit their international assignments to just one, according to research by Maria Kraimer.
A new study
by Dhananjay Nayakamkuppam suggests people make choices in ways that show we think products can transmit bad qualities, even though we know they can’t.
students Bob Downey and Tyler Mehrl placed fifth in the
National Guard Forrest L. Wood College
Fishing Regional Championship in October. They
of the UI
Bass Fishing Team.
Tippie in the News
The Iowa Electronic Markets are operating a prediction
market to gauge the size and severity of the H1N1 outbreak.
Mark C. Penno received the 2009 Accounting Horizons Best
Paper Award from the American Accounting Association (AAA).
Roorda, an accounting major from Iowa City, won
first prize in the Mary Thomas Prappas Business
Ethics Essay Competition. The annual competition is open
to all Tippie undergraduate students.
Dec. 4, 10:00 a.m.
S401 Pappajohn Business Building
Doug Stone, senior vice president of Sales and Marketing with Terra
Industries, will speak on campus. He received a BBA in marketing
from Iowa in 1988.