Recent News

Penn State Online MBA No. 9 in U.S. News' Best Online Programs rankings

January 17, 2019


The Penn State Online MBA tied for No. 9 overall in U.S. News’ 2019 Best Online Programs rankings, released Jan. 15, up one spot from the previous year.

Penn State Online MBA No. 9 in U.S. News' Best Online Programs rankings - Read More…

Smeal’s Ghadar gives University’s largest #GivingTuesday gift

January 15, 2019


Fariborz Ghadar, Smeal professor of finance, William A. Schreyer Chair in Global Management, Policies and Planning, and director of the Center for Global Studies, supported Smeal's #GivingTuesday initiatives with what was the biggest gift to the University on that day.

Smeal’s Ghadar gives University’s largest #GivingTuesday gift - Read More…

Penn State Smeal adds two accelerated, STEM-designated master’s degrees in corporate finance, real estate

January 8, 2019


The Penn State Smeal College of Business is offering two new accelerated master’s programs designed to address growing demand in the marketplace and give postgraduate students greater flexibility in customizing their academic plans to match their career goals.

Penn State Smeal adds two accelerated, STEM-designated master’s degrees in corporate finance, real estate - Read More…

Leadership immersion experience puts concepts into practice for Penn State Smeal management students

December 10, 2018


With help from the Penn State Student Engagement Network, Smeal management professor Jennifer Eury was able to provide her students with a leadership immersion experience that reinforced and enhanced the concepts Eury taught her students in the classroom.

Leadership immersion experience puts concepts into practice for Penn State Smeal management students - Read More…

Team of Penn State Smeal undergrads wins Maryland real estate case competition

December 14, 2018


A team of three undergraduate students from the Penn State Smeal College of Business combined to take first place in the 2018 Colvin Case Study Challenge, a national intercollegiate real estate competition hosted by the University of Maryland’s Colvin Institute of Real Estate Development.

Team of Penn State Smeal undergrads wins Maryland real estate case competition - Read More…

Penn State Smeal MBAs place first in Fifth Annual Smeal MBA Sustainability Case Competition

December 13, 2018


Five MBA students from the Penn State Smeal College of Business teamed up to place first in the Fifth Annual Smeal MBA Sustainability Case Competition. Second-year students Amanda Flecha, Ryan Roach, Sophia Schuster, Anoop Sharma, and Sarah “Harvey” Weidman claimed the top prize of $10,000.

Penn State Smeal MBAs place first in Fifth Annual Smeal MBA Sustainability Case Competition - Read More…

Ebner named fall 2018 Penn State Smeal student marshal

December 11, 2018


Marketing major Rachel Ebner will lead Smeal's procession during Saturday's commencement exercises as the college's student marshal.

Ebner named fall 2018 Penn State Smeal student marshal - Read More…

Business Architecture Guild names Penn State Smeal’s Cameron a special academic advisor

December 5, 2018


The Business Architecture Guild® has announced the appointment of Brian Cameron, associate dean for professional graduate programs at the Smeal College of Business, as a special academic advisor.

Business Architecture Guild names Penn State Smeal’s Cameron a special academic advisor - Read More…

New graduate certificate from Penn State Smeal targets improving business strategy

November 29, 2018


A new graduate-level certificate from Penn State can help managers and leaders improve their organizations through business architecture, a growing practice that bridges business strategy with tactical implementation.

New graduate certificate from Penn State Smeal targets improving business strategy - Read More…

Firms tend to imitate competitors led by charismatic—not narcissistic—CEOs

November 27, 2018


New research from the Penn State Smeal College of Business suggests that firms are likely to emulate competitors led by charismatic CEOs and less likely to emulate competitors led by narcissists, according to a recent study. That study was co-authored by Vilmos Misangyi, professor of strategic management, the BNY Mellon Fellow and the chair of the Management and Organization Department at Smeal, and Abhinav Gupta, an assistant professor of strategic management at University of Washington Foster School of Business, who obtained his Ph.D. from Smeal.

Firms tend to imitate competitors led by charismatic—not narcissistic—CEOs - Read More…

News
Media Contact

Andy Elder
Public Relations Specialist
814-863-3798
mediarelations@smeal.psu.edu