Becoming a survivor at 14-years-old did not define her – she wouldn’t let it. Instead, Maya Siegel created opportunities for herself and made a difference.
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The marketing department’s Chris Berry investigated how consumers’ perceived food values paired with mandated calorie labeling impacts their purchasing decisions. Until now, most research suggested menu labeling was ineffective, but it had not considered the reasons behind each individual order.
College of Business research finds visible tattoos will make the job search more difficult while decreasing initial salary offers.
In the course of his Army career, Bennett was deployed into three major wartime regions – Iraq, Kuwait and Afghanistan – while working to complete his education at the same time.
Each year, the Accounting Department celebrates the accomplishments of its faculty, staff and students at its awards and recognition event. This year’s highlight was the announcement of the Accounting Hall of Fame inductees. Honorees are nominated by their peers and reviewed by an Accounting Advisory Board committee.
After weeks of preparation and anticipation, six College of Business juniors achieved 3rd place in the final round of Deloitte’s 2021 Audit Innovation Campus Challenge on April 9.
Among more than 800 schools measured, the College of Business’s Department of Accounting stands in the top 10 percent worldwide for overall research breadth according to the 2020 Brigham Young University accounting research productivity rankings.
Competing against members of other chapters from the University of Northern Colorado, University of Denver, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs and University of Colorado Boulder, Weber earned the recognition for helping the chapter recover from a probationary term.
The “Business for a Better World” Dissertation Proposal Competition is accepting proposal submissions spanning the business spectrum that address business sustainability.