Isenberg’s Anna Nagurney has been getting calls from media outlets since it became clear that the coronavirus pandemic was leading to unusual supply chain shortages, from toilet paper and canned soup to surgical masks and pharmaceutical products.
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Hosted by the Berthiaume Center for Entrepreneurship, the four-part Innovation Challenge continued with The Semifinal on Wednesday, February 26. In front of a panel of four judges, 16 student-led startups gave five-minute pitches describing their ventures and participated in a 10-minute Q&A session.
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Isenberg Senior Associate Dean and Professor of Sport Management Lisa Pike Masteralexis received the Betty van der Smissen Leadership Award last week at the annual conference of the Sport and Recreation Law Association (SRLA) in Louisville, Kentucky.
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With a quarter century of tax experience in public accounting and industry, and in domestic and international taxation, Dan Newton ’90—this year’s Accounting Alumnus of the Year—has continuously extended his horizons.
When Rasmus Dahlberg, an assistant professor at the Royal Danish Defence College, spoke at Isenberg last week, he described his collaboration with the Danish Emergency Management Agency to imagine what would happen if a Russian nuclear-powered ice-breaking ship collided with another ship and ran aground, creating a nuclear emergency.
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