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Jack Marr Published an Article in RealClear World

Jack Marr, clinical associate professor of international business, recently published an article in RealClear World on the challenges of doing business in China.  Read “The Pitfalls of Being an American Businessperson in China” here. (Read More) Jack Marr Published an Article in RealClear World

Nancy Napier’s Blog In Idaho Statesman: Being Nice as a Competitive Advantage

Think about it: wouldn’t you prefer interacting with someone who is easy to deal with? Nancy Napier is a distinguished professor at Boise State University. Read her latest blog in the Idaho Statesman here.   (Read More) Nancy Napier’s Blog In Idaho Statesman: Being Nice as a Competitive Advantage

Jack Marr Spoke at International Business Education Conference

On March 24, Jack Marr of the Department of Management spoke at the annual Consortium on Undergraduate International Business Education (CUIBE) conference at Northeastern University in Boston. Marr’s speech was titled “Working with GOs and NGOs without Stepping on Toes to Promote … (Read More) Jack Marr Spoke at International Business Education Conference

Rob Anson Retirement Reception April 13

Rob Anson, professor of information technology management in the IT-SCM department, is retiring after 27 years of service to the university. Rob Anson A reception is planned for 3-5 p.m. Thursday, April 13, in the Lookout Room in the Student … (Read More) Rob Anson Retirement Reception April 13

International Business Students Learn Implication of U.S. Proposed Pullout from TPP

On March 14, international business Professor Jack Marr along with political science chair and Canadian studies director Professor Lori Hausegger welcomed Carlo Dade, director of the Centre on Trade and Investment Policy at the Canada West Foundation, to speak in … (Read More) International Business Students Learn Implication of U.S. Proposed Pullout from TPP

Samia Islam, COBE Associate Professor, Quoted in Idaho Business Review Story about Gender Pay Gap

The Idaho Business Review (IBR) reported that Idaho was ranked No. 7 for the worst inequality of pay between men and women according to the most recent figures from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Because they are paid less, … (Read More) Samia Islam, COBE Associate Professor, Quoted in Idaho Business Review Story about Gender Pay Gap

Nancy Napier’s Blog on IdahoStatesman.com: Being Open to Proactive Serendipity Can Alter Your Future

“Be open to and curious about experiences, information and encounters,” Nancy Napier says in her recent blog post in the Idaho Statesman. “Take advantage of proactive serendipity.” Read Napier’s serendipity article here. (Read More) Nancy Napier’s Blog on IdahoStatesman.com: Being Open to Proactive Serendipity Can Alter Your Future