College of Business and Economics News
Bodie Chosen as Faculty of the Year for Service-Learning
Dusty Bodie was honored as the Boise State Service-Learning Faculty of the Year at the Celebration of Service on April 30. Bodie has taught with service-learning for six years in four different courses: Nonprofit Management (MBA), Human Resource Management, Managing in the Nonprofit Sector, and Leadership Skills.
Students consistently report that Bodie’s expert content knowledge, enthusiasm and mentoring made their service-learning experience exceptionally valuable for professional and personal development. Bodie has served on the Service-Learning Advisory Board and has been involved with several nonprofit organizations for years. Other service-learning honorees include Boise Rescue Mission (Community Partner of the Year) and Cristina Bistricean (Student of the Year).
Dusty Bodie’s Recent Publications
Baughn, C., Bodie, N. (2009) Socio-Political and Economic Influences on Corporate Environmental Responsibility in Europe. Revista de Responsabilidad Social de la Empresa.
Kaupins, G., Bodie, N. (2008) Live case options for human resource management classes.. Western Journal of Human Resource Management.
Quddus, M., Bell, R. L., Bodie, N. (2009). Faculty Perceptions and Encounters with Disrespectful Student Behavior. To appear in Academy of Educational Leadership Journal (AELJ).
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The College of Business and Economics (COBE) would like to congratulate the newest COBE inductees to the highly prestigious International Honor Society Beta Gamma Sigma (BGS). BGS represents the top 7% of juniors, the top 10% of seniors, and the top 20% of Master students in COBE. To be considered for BGS students must have an overall 3.5 GPA. (Juniors must have completed 12 hours of upper division credit with a GPA of 3.65, seniors must have completed 30 hours of upper division credit with a GPA of 3.5, master’s students must have completed 12 hours of 500 or greater business credits with a 3.65.)
Governor Butch Otter will be the keynote speaker the induction ceremony to be held Wednesday, April 29 fro 6:00 – 7:00 p.m in the Grand B ballroom at the Student Union Building.
2009 Beta Gamma Sigma Program and list of inductees
Beta Gamma Sigma Background
Beta Gamma Sigma was established in 1913 and is the business equivalent of Phi Beta Kappa. Membership is the highest honor bestowed upon graduate and undergraduate business students.
Beta Gamma Sigma has inducted more than 605,000 outstanding students into membership since its founding in 1913. These 605,000 members have served in corporate, government, non-profit, educational, and other management positions at every level of responsibility. Members currently reside in all 50 U.S. states and more than 160 countries around the world.
The Society maintains an active database with more than 480,000 members’ mailing addresses and other information. In 2007-08, the Society inducted about 22,000 new members.
Beta Gamma Sigma has established 481 collegiate chapters in all 50 U.S. states and 18 countries and territories at schools accredited by AACSB International. Additionally, 20 alumni chapters serve the needs of alumni members in major metropolitan areas, including Hong Kong.
“Programming Completed”: In September, COBE retained the services of the AC Martin, an architectural company from Los Angeles that specializes in building “programming” to begin the first phase of our New Building Project. (more…)
All you need to know about this event here!
Boise State University’s Executive MBA program has earned high marks in an independent exit survey of its graduates by the international Executive MBA Council. About 96 percent of the graduates gave the overall program the highest possible rating. The average for participating schools worldwide was 83 percent. (more…)