College of Business and Economics News
Samia Islam, Department of Economics, was an invited speaker at the Idaho Department of Labor on Nov. 19. Her presentation was titled “Recession 2009: A historical perspective on housing policy since the Great Depression” and was part of a colloquium organized by the Department of Labor’s Communication and Research unit.
David Rush – MBA
Deanna Berry – MSAT
Monte Moore – Accountancy
Emil Huseynov – Economics
Amanda Gibson – Finance
Jason Smart – Int’l Business
Michael Lampers – Supply Chain Management
Meghan Sorensen – Management
Dong “Sunny” Nguyen – Marketing
Marketing Professors, Gary McCain and Nina Ray, have just published “Guiding Tourists to Their Ancestral Homes” in International Journal of Culture, Tourism and Hospitality Research, volume 3 number 4 2009 pp. 296-305.
For the first time since Boise State’s TECenter opened, a client has obtained multi-million dollar venture capital funding.
Ready Financial has been a TECenter client since 2006. The company’s recent success was featured in an Idaho Statesman article online.
In addition, Ready Financial also made national headlines last week with the announcement of securing $7 million in funding. Read more about that story here.
The TECenter is readying space in the facility to continue to accelerate Ready Financial’s growth and employment, according to TECenter director John Glerum.
Gundars (Gundy) Kaupins published “Social Networking and Longitudinal Web Activity in the Baltic States” in the Journal entitled Results of Statistical Scientific Research 2009 pp. 61-74. It is published and edited by the Central Statistical Bureau of Latvia
Dusty Bodie won the Golden Apple Award for the College of Business and Economics in appreciation of excellence and outstanding faculty service. Students nominate faculty for this award which is sponsored by the Associated Students of Boise State University. Dusty is among 42 nominees university-wide. Tom Gattiker and Matthew Maher were other nominees in the College of Business and Economics.