University of Iowa's colleges of business and medicine team up.
Teaching since 1973, UI accounting professor Dan Collins is honored for his work educating thousands of accountants across Iowa and the country.
Proposal aimed at recruiting best prospective, returning students.
Tippie College of Business is undergoing a dramatic shift in the classroom experience, resulting in more “active” or “experiential” learning opportunities relative to the traditional lecture–testing format. This is being accomplished through a variety of teaching techniques.
Four decades after the initial popularization of ESOPs, we’re still only beginning to grasp the surprising extent of benefits the ownership format brings to employees, to companies, to selling entrepreneurs and to the economy at large. That’s newly affirmed by an important publication, in the form of a meta-analysis of more than 100 individual studies, on the impact of employee ownership. Authored by researchers at the University of Iowa, Villanova University and Indiana University, the new analysis captured data on more than 56,000 companies in the U.S. and abroad. And, when all the caveats and qualifications were in, found that a company with a significant employee ownership could expect to be 4% more profitable than others.
Due to severe flooding in the Cedar Rapids area, there will be some changes to the Professional MBA and Business Analytics class locations during the week of 9/26.
Junior Achievement of Central Iowa's board has hired Ryan Osborn as the organization's new president, effective Oct. 17. Osborn, who has been director of advancement at Dowling Catholic High School for the past six years, currently serves on the JA of Central Iowa board of directors. Osborn has a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Iowa, a Master of Education degree from Loyola University, and will receive an MBA from UI's Henry B. Tippie School of Management.