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Karen Klein

Karen Klein

College of Business Adds New Professional Development Opportunities

Business leaders today are competing in a global marketplace characterized by an exciting blend of opportunity, volatility, complexity, and uncertainty. In response, CSU’s College of Business has created multiple opportunities for professionals to cultivate their leadership skills, management strengths, and

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Faculty focus: Eric Rapley

“It’s fun teaching seniors, and knowing that they’re going to be able to go out and use what they’re learning right away.”

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Developing students who excel

To ensure that her graduates would leave CSU with a full grasp of this important skill, Reilly decided to take action. She designed an additional credit hour to enhance the existing Intermediate Accounting course with detailed Excel instruction.

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Improvising for business

What does comedic improvisation have to do with everyday business skills? A fun-seeking, business-focused group of students found out earlier this year.

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CSU stands out in recent case competitions

Case competitions give College of Business students a chance to enhance and demonstrate their skills in analyzing rigorous business challenges.

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Department of Management Research Survey: Sign up to Participate

Management Professor Samantha Conroy would appreciate your help with a research survey about workplace use of email and other electronic communications. This is a follow up to a recent study by Conroy and two other researchers recently publicized in hundreds of

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50 Years of Impact: Two Business Professors look back

The College of Business just wrapped up a yearlong 50th Anniversary celebration. There is an irrevocable sense of nostalgia that has filled the halls of the college for the past several months. Jim Francis, director of the Business Beverage Institute and

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Department of Management: Faculty Features

Grace Wright, Instructor As a child, Grace Wright was awarded a “Use Your Life Award” for her work to provide opportunities to those in need and to help people whose voices had been muted. Since then, Wright has been involved

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Institute for Entrepreneurship gets new director and vision

  Introducing the new Director for the Institute for Entrepreneurship, Mark Kent. A Silicon-Valley veteran, he has served as chief financial officer for several technology companies, which were venture funded, publicly traded, or private-equity owned. A College of Business Alum ’82,

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Introducing New Supply Chain Faculty

John Macdonald Immediately after taking an entry-level business class and being introduced to a logistics professor at Iowa State University, John Macdonald knew supply chain was for him, and he hasn’t questioned his choice since. Originally from Iowa, Macdonald has

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