Articles from 2023

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Remembering John Pappajohn

Friday, September 8, 2023
Looking back at the extraordinary life of entrepreneur and philanthropist John Pappajohn (1928-2023).
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Give Hawkeyes a hand(hold)

Thursday, September 7, 2023
“I want my company to hire Hawkeyes” is a persistent request we field from alumni. Are you looking for Hawkeyes to hire? Follow this route.
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Baking 9-to-5

Wednesday, September 6, 2023
Alum Sarah Monson (MBA14) is cooking up something good with the legendary Miss Dolly Parton.
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Behind the shrug

Wednesday, September 6, 2023
Few athletes have had the kind of impact on their sport as Tippie student Caitlin Clark has had on women's college basketball. But what's she like off the court?
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Future-proofing business education

Tuesday, September 5, 2023
The pandemic not only forced business schools to move online quickly, but also taught them important lessons about how to be flexible for the future.
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On second thought...

Tuesday, September 5, 2023
When someone comes up with a great idea at work but then gets assigned to make it happen, they are reluctant to share ideas in the future. Managers can keep the lines of communication open by providing assistance and support to bring great ideas to life.
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University of Iowa navigates AI technology in business classes

Tuesday, August 29, 2023
Several universities have been skeptical about the use of artificial intelligence in the classroom, until now. Educators at the University of Iowa will now teach students how to best navigate the ChatGPT software.
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Tax partners matter more than firms when it comes to corporate taxes

Tuesday, August 29, 2023
Accounting firms are less important than the individual partner working in terms of impact on a business's effective tax rate and the probability it will face an audit, according to a recent study by Tippie's Jaron Wilde.
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Spooky season sneaks in early

Monday, August 28, 2023
Halloween candy and pumpkin spice has invaded stores before fall's arrival. Associate professor of marketing Peggy Stover explains why.
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University professors incorporate AI into classrooms for curious students

Tippie Associate Professor Pamela Bourjaily is adapting by incorporating ChatGPT into her class’s three main writing assignments this fall semester.