Profiles in Leadership: Beth Gamel '78 MSBA
April 7, 2014

"The time is right to showcase Isenberg's fantastic alumni in a stylish annual event like the school's Business Leadership Awards Dinner (IBLA)," observes Isenberg alumna, Beth Gamel '78 MSBA. The annual gathering on June 18th at the Colonnade Hotel in Boston will celebrate David Fubini '79 as its chief honoree and Christina Calvaneso '03 with its Young Alumni Award.

Isenberg's Growing National Reputation Reflected in New Undergraduate Rankings
April 7, 2014

Isenberg now ranks 36th in the nation in BusinessWeek's just-released annual Best Undergraduate Business Schools survey. Isenberg's current ranking rose nine places from 45th in 2013 and six places from 20th to 14th among public business schools.

Isenberg in the News--March 31
March 31, 2014

Recent News about Isenberg in the print and electronic media

Navigating Crisis News in the Moment
March 26, 2014

"During a crisis, everything you've planned for in the media goes out the window," long-time ABC40/Fox6 Springfield news anchor and managing editor Dave Madsen told students in his February 27 visit to Anna Nagurney's course, Humanitarian Logistics and Healthcare. "You must deploy critical skills in the moment," added Madsen, a UMass Amherst alumnus who has been Channel 40's news anchor since 1992.

Sports Marketing Super-Agent Dissects Sales
March 25, 2014

"As an agent, the only things you can control are preparation and effort," emphasized sports marketing uber-agent J.B. Bernstein '90 in Stephen McKelvey's class in sport promotion & sales. To that end, the UMass Amherst graduate and Bateman Scholar in Residence offered a structured approach to pitching an athlete's promotional value to potential "buyers." As the cofounder, president and CEO of Access Group of Miami, Bernstein has represented a host of high-profile athletes, including baseball's Barry Bonds and football's Barry Sanders and Emmett Smith.

South Africa Trip Is First for Isenberg Students
March 21, 2014

This coming May, 18 students and their instructors from the new Isenberg course Ubuntu & Business in South Africa will visit the tip of Africa on a study tour of businesses, historical sites, and cultural venues. It is the first visit by an Isenberg class to South Africa, the continent's leading economy.

Isenberg Part-time MBA Ranked 16th Nationally by U.S. News & World Report
March 20, 2014

Isenberg's part-time MBA program is ranked among the best part-time MBA programs in the country, according to U.S. News & World Report's Best Graduate Business Programs, which was released March 10. The Isenberg part-time MBA was ranked 16th overall, 9th among public universities out of 212 schools ranked by the publication.

Isenberg Community Mourns the Passing of School Namesake Eugene M. Isenberg '50
March 19, 2014

The Isenberg School of Management mourns the passing of Eugene M. Isenberg '50, '00H who died on March 16, 2014. Gene was the school's greatest benefactor and a graduate when it awarded both economics (Gene's major with a concentration in business) and business degrees. For 25 years, Gene was chairman and CEO of Nabors Industries, a world leader in gas and petroleum drilling.

Innovative Isenberg Course Features Two High-Profile Visitors Talking on Crisis Management
March 18, 2014

Two high-profile visitors in March to Professor Anna Nagurney's innovative course, Humanitarian Logistics and Healthcare, were UMass Amherst family and sports medicine physician Pierre Rouzier and Springfield Channel 40 ABC/Fox6 news anchor Dave Madsen. This news story focuses on Dr. Rouzier's relief work in Haiti and at the 2013 Boston Marathon.

Isenberg Ranks High as Military-Friendly Business School
March 13, 2014

Isenberg ranks 31st in the nation (19th among public business schools) in Military Times magazine's newly released survey, Best for Vets: Business Schools 2014. In the survey, which focused on business schools with graduate programs, Isenberg distinguished itself in the categories, academic support and staff support.

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