An article on ISIS, the so-called Islamic State, planning to issue its own currency quotes finance professor Fariborz Ghadar.
Student Services Director Erik Orient's program to help MBA students learn leadership in the wild is mentioned.
Smeal's Don Hambrick is quoted in a recent Wall Street Journal article about CEO dismissals and how some companies are becoming more forthright in declaring termination of their leaders.
A study by Smeal finance professors James Miles and J. Randall Woolridge was mentioned in a New York Times article about Hewlett-Packard's recent announcement to split the company, joining a recent wave of corporate spinoffs.
In an article from The Associated Press, Charles Whiteman, the John and Becky Surma Dean of the Smeal College of Business, discusses the formation of Penn State's new Center for Collaborative Research on Intelligent Natural Gas Supply Systems.
New research from Smeal's Don Hambrick, Vilmos Misangyi, and Chuljin Park examines how to identify a corporate director's potential for effectiveness in monitoring and punishing misconduct among corporations and their managers.
The world is getting older, fast. And as more people retire each year, fewer working-age people will be there to replace them. Bond rating agency Moody’s says that will lead to a decline in household savings; reducing global investments - which in turn, will lead to slower economic growth around the world. But experts say it’s not too late to mitigate the economic impact of the world’s aging populations.
This U.S. News & World Report article talks about Smeal's strides in incorporating sustainability into the curriculum.
Fariborz Ghadar, William A. Schreyer Professor of Global Management, Policies, and Planning, contributed this opinion piece to the Pueblo Chieftain regarding Colorado's stakes in the immigration reform debate.
This article in the Jakarta Post on recognition of female expertise within organizations cites research from Aparna Joshi, associate professor of management and organization.
Edward Jenkins, instructor in accounting, contributed this piece to CPA Now on who's to blame for corporate inversions.
This article at Supply Management references a study from Christopher Craighead, the Rothkopt Professor of Supply Chain Management.
Research from Smeal faculty Meg Meloy, associate professor of marketing, and Dan Guide, Smeal Chaired Professor of Supply Chain Management, is cited in this article on remanufactured products.
An article from IT World on technological innovation in Japan cites Fariborz Ghadar, director of the Center for Global Business Studies.
An article on Vox.com on charitable giving cites a recent study from the Journal of Consumer Research, authored by Associate Professor of Marketing Karen Winterich and colleagues.
Fariborz Ghadar, William A. Schreyer Professor of Global Management, Policies, and Planning, contributes an opinion piece on Kentucky's stake in the immigration reform debate.
Distinguished Professor of Organizational Behavior and Ethics Linda Trevino is quoted in an article on a recent plagiarism inquiry at the War College.
Associate Professor of Management & Sociology Forrest Briscoe and colleague Andrew von Nordenflycht contribute a blog post on gender inequity to the Oxford University Press blog.
A Success.com article on the co-working trend, popular among entrepreneurs, cites Professor of Management Stephen Humphrey.
A report from The Economist: Intelligence Unit examines how companies are using data and analytics to enhance their supply chains cites Christopher Craighead, Rothkopf Professor of Supply Chain Management and director of research for the Center for Supply Chain Research.
Members of Smeal's Center for Supply Chain Research collaborated to produce an article on the issue of counterfeiting for the Supply Chain Management Review.
The Harvard Business Review provides a summary of recent research from Associate Professor of Marketing Karen Winterich.
Charles Enis, associate professor of accounting, is quoted in an article about Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania's tax-exempt properties.
This opinion piece by William A. Schreyer Professor of Management, Policies and Planning Fariborz Ghadar advocates for a different picture of undocumented immigrants.
This article on the position of chief operating officer cites research from Donald Hambrick, Smeal Chaired Professor of Management.
An article on the HREOnline Leader Board cites recent research from Department of Management and Organization faculty members Srikanth Paruchuri and Vilmos Misangyi.
Professor Don Hambrick is cited in this Washington Post article on high-profile executives that stick around the office long after "retirement."
Professor Fariborz Ghadar contributed this op-ed to The Hill on immigration reform.
Professor Ed Ketz, associate professor of accounting, is cited in this story on drug company Valeant's attempt to buy out rival Allergan.
A review of Professor Fariborz Ghadar's book, Becoming American, appears in the Harvard Business School alumni notes.
Recent research from Brent Ambrose, Smeal Professor of Risk Management, summarized in the New York Times, shows that high amounts of student debt might have a negative impact on the economy through fewer entrepreneurial activities.
Recent research from Associate Professor of Management Stephen Humphrey, who also serves as Smeal's director for the Center for Team and Negotiation, is the topic of this article on leadership and the power of groups.
Assistant Professor of Marketing Karen Winterich is cited in this article on charitable giving in the United States.
An article at Fortune Management talks about the latest research from Forrest Briscoe, assistant professor of management and sociology, which examines gender differences attaining clientele in professional service firms.
An article on Japan's disposable home culture references research from Jiro Yoshida, assistant professor of business.
This profile of Robert Macy, director of the Farrell Center for Corporate Innovation and Entrepreneurship, talks about his role at the college, his interest in entrepreneurship, and more.
An article talks about the Penn State Smeal College of Business concentration in Corporate Control and Financial Management, within the Accounting major.
An article by an American University professor on ethical leadership references Linda Trevino, distinguished professor of organizational behavior and ethics.
A recent research paper co-authored by Min Ding, Smeal Professor of Marketing and Innovation, identifies facial features that improve advertising success.
An article on training and preparation for corporate board directors cites research from Vilmos Misangyi, associate professor of management and organization.
Professor Don Hambrick's research is cited in a recent article from U.S. News examining how a CEO affects his or her company's performance.
The Accounting major is listed as one of the top majors with pre-graduation job offers. Associate Professor of Accounting Ed Ketz is cited.
An article on promotions used to boost attendance at Major League Baseball games cites Wayne DeSarbo, distinguished professor of marketing and executive director of the Center for Sports Business and Research.
Michelle Lowry, professor of finance and the Calderwood Faculty Fellow in Business, is cited in an article on CNNMoney regarding Institutional Shareholder Services.
New research from Smeal's Don Hambrick and colleagues examines how much credit is due to a company's CEO when the company is performing well.
Organized by two Marine Fellows studying in the Smeal College of Business Master of Professional Studies in Supply Chain Management Program, along with Supply Chain's Bob Novack, Schneider's Ride of Pride truck driven by Marine veteran Chuck Ceccacci parked at Penn State.
A StateCollege.com article talks about the Nittany Lion Fund and the success of the students who participate.
Assistant Professor Jiro Yoshida is featured on the Freakonomics podcast, talking about why homes in Japan are built to be disposable.
Among the 18 students listed in this Business Insider article, three are in the Smeal College of Business.
A team of three Nittany Lion Fund students advance at their first visit to the regional CFA Research Challenge held in Pittsburgh.
An article on sports promotions and merchandise consults Center for Sports Business and Research Executive Director Wayne DeSarbo.
Linda Trevino, distinguished professor of organizational behavior and ethics, is cited in an article about ethics in business and leadership.
Onward State profiles Penn State Smeal MBA student Jason Ganter, who currently serves as director of communications for the Lunar Lion project and is spending several weeks in Sochi, Russia, covering the Winter Olympics with NBC.
A post on Forbes.com talks about Jennifer Eury's new position as director of honor and integrity at the Smeal College.
An article on the business of the Super Bowl consults Wayne DeSarbo, director of the Center for Sports Business and Research, about how a Super Bowl appearance could impact the Seahawks' bottom line.
A blog post from Professor Terry Harrison talks about ways Penn State Smeal MBA students incorporated a real-world sustainability project into their curriculum through procurement.
D. Lance Ferris, assistant professor of management and organization, is named as the coauthor of a study on supervisory power and subordinate behavior.
An article on the new EthicalSystems.org quotes Distinguished Professor of Organizational Behavior and Ethics Linda Trevino, who also contributes to the website.
An article authored by Kusumal Ruamsook, research associate at Smeal's Center for Supply Chain Research (CSCR), and Christopher Craighead, director of research at the CSCR, appears in the January 2014 issue of Supply Chain Management Review.
The Nittany Lion Fund and Professor of Finance J. Randall Woolridge are mentioned in an article about the upcoming regional 2014 CFA Institute Research Challenge.
Brent Ambrose, director of Smeal's Institute for Real Estate Studies, is interviewed about today's stricter lending standards and how prospective homeowners can improve their odds of securing a home loan.
An article in ScienceDaily reports research results from Assistant Professor of Marketing Karen Winterich.
An article in U.S. News and World Report on college partnerships with industry mentions the Smeal College of Business' Corporate Associates Program.
Associate Professor of Marketing Meg Meloy weighs in on why it's difficult to keep those New Year's resolutions.
An article in Forbes on the downsides of big data references Clinical Professor of Supply Chain & Information Systems John Jordan's previous Wall Street Journal article.
An article in the New York Times exploring what makes people give to charity references a study from Karen Winterich, assistant professor of marketing.
Jamie Campbell, assistant dean for diversity enhancement programs, spoke at the candlelight vigil honoring Nelson Mandela. His remarks were quoted in the story on the vigil in the Centre Daily Times.
An article in the Economist on the controversial large payouts to CEOs as they leave the company quotes Don Hambrick, Smeal Chaired Professor of Management.
An article in the Los Angeles Times on a gesture of friendship from the U.S. to Iran quotes Fariborz Ghadar, the William A. Schreyer Professor of Global Management, Policies, and Planning.
An article in Human Resource Executive Online talks about a new study from Farrell Professor of Entrepreneurship Tim Pollock that finds that adding prestige in the form of new directors on the board can have its downsides.
Ralph Oliva, executive director of the Penn State Smeal College of Business Institute for the Study of Business Markets, is quoted in an article examining the marketing training and skills necessary for the changing landscape of the marketing field.
Three students from the Penn State Smeal College of Business Nittany Lion Fund appeared on the Fox Business program Money with Melissa Francis to talk about stocks to consider for investors' portfolios.
Penn State Smeal MBA students are noted on the GMAC Giving Back blog for their service activities in the community, including the United Way Day of Caring, MBAs Without Borders, and more.
Fariborz Ghadar, the William A. Schreyer Professor of Global Management, Policies, and Planning, contributed an article to DefenseOne on Middle Eastern alliances and the United States' relationship with Iran.
Recent research from Assistant Professor of Marketing Hari Sridhar on online and print advertising is summarized on The Times of India.
An article in the Wall Street Journal's Marketwatch on getting the most out of your 401(k) cites Ron Gebhardtsbauer, clinical associate professor of actuarial science.
An article in the Financial Times about working for narcissistic managers makes reference to Smeal Chaired Professor of Management Donald Hambrick's past research.
An article in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette about U.S. Steel's third-quarter results and the effects of a noncash goodwill impairment charge quotes J. Edward Ketz, associate professor of accounting.
Donald C. Hambrick, Smeal Chaired Professor of Management, will be presented with an honorary doctorate by Erasmus University Rotterdam on Friday, Nov. 8.
John Jordan, clinical associate professor of supply chain and information systems, contributed an article to the Wall Street Journal on the downsides of big data.
Terrence Guay, clinical professor of international business, was quoted in an article examining the possible effects of a U.S. debt default.
An op-ed by Fariborz Ghadar, William A. Schreyer Professor of Global Management, Policies and Planning, discusses possible lines for a deal between Iran and world powers regarding Iran's nuclear plans.
An article on CardHub.com quotes Brian Davis, clinical assistant professor of finance, on today's alternatives to traditional banking.
An article speculating on how the government shutdown could eventually affect the SEC quotes Farrell Professor of Entrepreneurship Tim Pollock.
Associate Professor of Accounting Ed Ketz is quoted in a New York Times article on Twitter's IPO announcement.
An article on how to consider financial institutions based on fees quotes Brian Davis, clinical assistant professor of finance.
A Forbes contributor uses research from Professor Don Hambrick to analyze the levels of narcissism in CEOs of major technology companies.
An article on adding authorized users to credit accounts quotes Associate Professor of Marketing Lisa Bolton.
J. Edward Ketz, an accounting professor at Pennsylvania State University, said the idea of having a confidential filing process is “dead wrong.”
Smeal College of Business students were involved in producing a new bag made to comply with Beaver Stadium security regulations.
Former Yardley resident establishes endowment to connect Schreyer Scholars with Smeal trading room faculty at Penn State
An article on a new endowment created by a Smeal alumnus mentions the college's Rogers Family Trading Room.
Penn State Smeal College of Business' AMX Innovation Award Honorable Mention is cited in University Business Magazine.
A post from MetroMBA talks about recent research from Don Hambrick, Smeal Chaired Professor of Management, on the way narcissistic CEOs may impact technological adoption.
An article on the return of house flipping to one Pennsylvania region indicates a stabilizing housing market, quotes Professor Austin Jaffe, chair of the Department of Risk Management.
An article on the importance of accounting to financial careers and the stability of jobs in the market mentions the 100 percent placement rate of Smeal's One-Year Master of Accounting class of 2013.
A blogger examines research on narcissistic chief executive officers from Smeal's Don Hambrick and applies it to the information technology industry.
A blog post by an alumnus of the Penn State Smeal MBA Program on his path though engineering and an MBA degree to his current position with the MBAs Without Borders.
An article examining research on the effects of retail therapy quotes Meg Meloy, associate professor of marketing.
The Penn State Smeal MBA Program has adopted a customer relationship management solution to automate admissions processes.
A legal expert uses research from Assistant Professor of Marketing Karen Winterich to analyze a juror's reactions to a recent trial.
Fariborz Ghadar, William A. Schreyer Professor of Global Management, Policies and Planning, authored an article on where Middle Eastern oil is going now that the U.S. is nearing self-sufficiency.
An article in the Industrial Machinery Digest talks about Tech Molded Plastics, Inc.'s partnership with Smeal MBAs through the APEX Program.
Fariborz Ghadar is quoted in an article examining the impact of immigration reform on key economic sectors.
Accounting professor J. Edward Ketz authored an article on newly proposed accounting standards for AccountingToday.
Smeal alumnus in actuarial science Ben Pugh '13 is profiled on his Penn State experience.
Focus on Research: PSU researchers examine tactics for balancing work, family in family-owned business
The Centre Daily Times features a summary of recent research on family businesses from Associate Professor of Management Glen Kreiner.
Where Retail Chains Miss the Mark: Decisions about store openings and closings often leave the stock market cold
An article at Strategy+Business summarizes research from Assistant Professor of Marketing Hari Sridhar that examines how store openings and closings affect investor perceptions.
Fariborz Ghadar, director of the Smeal Center for Global Business Studies, talks to the Associated Press about immigration and social policy.
AMX Congratulates 2013 Innovation Award Winners for their Outstanding Contributions to Higher Education
The Smeal College of Business was named an honorable mention in the 2013 AMX Innovation Awards.
Assistant Professor of Marketing Karen Winterich talks about how people choose which charitable organizations to support.
The MetroMBA blog featured the Smeal Executive MBA Program's global immersion trip to Chile.
Assistant Professor of Supply Chain Management Vidya Mani talks to the Central Pennsylvania Business Journal about why large retailers' are making efforts toward offering same-day shipping.
An article summarizes new supply chain management research by faculty member Veronica Villena.
An article on "retail therapy" quotes marketing professor Meg Meloy.
An article on a new accounting standards proposal quotes J. Edward Ketz.
An article cites Linda Trevino as it lays out eight steps for organizations to adopt in preventing ethical challenges.
An article on finals-week cheating scandals at Barnard and Columbia quotes business ethics expert Linda Trevino.
An article on the business implications of a new state supreme court pick quotes business law expert Dan Cahoy.
An article summarizes a recent research paper by marketing professor Lisa Bolton.
Smeal MBA students write about their service immersion experience in India.
Accounting professor J. Edward Ketz is quoted in an article on the Securities and Exchange Commission's charges against the city of Harrisburg.
An article on Chase's rewards program quotes marketing professor Arvind Rangaswamy.
Accounting professor Henock Louis is quoted regarding Donegal Group's activist shareholder Gregory Shepard.
Student reflections on their Penn State years include a Smeal College of Business Accounting major.
An article discusses research on work-from-home employees co-authored by Aparna Joshi, associate professor of management and organization.
The Direct Marketing Educational Foundation has named Arvind Rangaswamy its 2013 Robert B. Clarke Outstanding Educator.
The Penn State Smeal MBA Program is noted for its immersion experiences.
The Penn State Net Impact group is mentioned in an article about Penn State's sustainability efforts.
This article features the Penn State Net Impact undergraduate student group.
An article on business schools' increasing use of Turnitin software to check admissions essays for plagiarism mentions the Smeal MBA Program and quotes managing director Carrie Marcinkevage.
An article about Duke's new policy to check MBA applications for plagiarism mentions Smeal.
J. Edward Ketz is quoted in an article about the initial Facebook IPO pricing.
Assistant Professor of Marketing Hari Sridhar's research on the effects of opening and closing retail stores on overall firm value is summarized.
Associate Professor of Management Stephen Humphrey's research on team dynamics and leadership variability is summarized.
Charles Enis, associate professor of accounting, talks about the IRS requirement for e-filing for people who are paid or professional tax preparers.