Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Public Speaking Support

This semester, Melissa Parks will continue Anderson School of Management’s Public Speaking support. Melissa is a student in the Department of Communication and Journalism, where she is pursuing a Masters degree in Intercultural Communication and working as an instructor of Public Speaking. Throughout the coming semester, Melissa will provide Public Speaking support to ASM students, groups of students, and members of faculty and staff. Beneath the cut are some of the available resources.

Monday, January 26, 2015

Inside UNM Features Todd White

UNM's Inside UNM newsletter recently published an article on Anderson professor Dr. Todd White, exploring his research on herd behavior in market analysts. Dr. White is a recent faculty member who joined Anderson's Accounting department in the Fall semester of 2014.

Find the article HERE.

Carolyn Dang Featured In UNM News

UNM Anderson Professor Dr. Carolyn Dang was recently featured in UNM's Inside UNM, discussing her research in the fields of socioeconomic status and behavioral ethics. Dr. Dang joined Anderson's Department of Organizational Studies in the Fall semester of 2014.

The article can be found HERE.

Xin Luo - Appointments/Publications

Anderson's Dr. Robert (Xin) Luo has recently been appointed Associate Editor for the publications Electronic Commerce Research and International Conference on Information Systems 2015.

He has also had the following papers accepted for publication:

• “Explaining Consumer Satisfaction of Services: The Role of Innovativeness and Emotion in an Electronic Mediated Environment?" Decision Support Systems
• “Exploring the Effects of Organizational Justice, Personal Ethics, and Sanction on Internet Use Policy Compliance,” Information Systems Journal
• “Examining the Moderating Role of Sense of Virtual Community in Online Review Evaluation,” Information & Management
• "Rethinking the Path of Business Research in the West: What Direction Is Better for Business Research in China?" Nankai Business Review International

Congratulations to Robert!



Rich Brody Fights The Bad Guys

UNM Anderson professor Dr. Rich Brody is featured in a video series spotlighting notable UNM personnel. The video series will be broadcast at the Pit during sporting events and is now available for viewing on YouTube. In the video, Dr. Brody briefly discusses his investigation and research of red-collar crime.

See the video HERE!

Join The ACFE!

Rigney Appointed SHRM Regional Director

UNM Anderson Professional Faculty member Rebecca Rigney has been elected as the Director of Northern New Mexico College Relations for the Society for Human Resources Management.  Rebecca is the Faculty Advisor for the Student Chapter of SHRM and now has greatly expanded her role with SHRM.  Congratulations, Rebecca!

Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Business Plan Competition Seminar!

Come learn from Mark Fidel, President of CAaNES, a spin-off of New Mexico Tech founded in 2006 that provides computational intelligent security solutions against cyber threats to an organization.  Mark will share how his organization has managed financial information as a startup through its current status as a company that continues to innovate and grow.

Register here now!

Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Credit Karma Winners In San Francisco

Marketing students mentored by John Benavidez and Catherine Roster recently took first place in the Credit Karma Campus Challenge, topping 19 other schools to win. Several students traveled to San Francisco to present their campaign and results to the Credit Karma executives. In addition, Credit Karma has awarded a $1,500 cash prize to Anderson, which will go towards supporting future initiatives of the Johnson Marketing Center.

Congratulations to all!

Spring in Greece

Join fellow students, faculty and alumni for a tour of a lifetime! Begin an informative and relaxing cruise in Venice, Italy and stop at four islands - Corfu, Santorini, Mykonos, and Olympia (Katakolon). Learn how cruise ships operate and how Greek businesses thrive. Cabin prices start at $1074 including tips, taxes and port fees.

For more information, please contact Linda Shul at lshul@unm.edu.

Spring Internship Fair

Are you ready to add real-world experience to your resume and positively impact your post-graduation salary?

Internships are more than just a summer job with a paycheck. Landing a summer internship will help you explore career opportunities, network, find professional mentors, and practice the skills you have learned at Anderson.

Put on our suit, polish your resume, and connect with 25 employers with multiple 2015 summer internships.

The Internship Fair takes place on Wednesday, January 28 at SUB Ballroom C from  11:00am-3:00pm.

EPEC Spring 2015

Each semester, the Executive and Professional Education Center designs new programs to meet the needs of the business community.  Their mission is to help you and your organization succeed!

Classes like Essentials for Managers and Practical Project Management are always in high demand in the business community.  5 new classes reflect their response to current demands in the business community.  Register for a Career and Professional Development Program this Spring, and design your leadership style.

Stacy Sacco Named Best Local To Lunch With

Albuquerque The Magazine just announced its 10th year of publishing its “Best of the City” issue. The 336-page December/January double issue hit newsstands November 26 announcing the winners. Readers of the magazine cast more than 50,000 ballots to choose the best in 275 categories such as food, drinks, shopping, people, casinos, pets, kids, fun, health and beauty.

UNM Anderson lecturer Stacy Sacco was named for the "best local to lunch with" award. He is considered a pro networker in the business world. He also works as a lecturer, management consultant, professional speaker and publisher. His comprehensive website can be found HERE.

Daniels Fund Approves $11.25 Million For Participating Universities

Daniels Fund Board of Directors recently approved funding of more than $11 million over five years (2015-2019) to continue the Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative.  This comes after the Board evaluated the success of the five-year pilot program in eight universities, and opted to increase the number of participants and, subsequently, the number of students reached.