Isenberg in the News--December 16, 2013

December 16, 2013

 

Recent Isenberg News in the Print & Electronic Media

 

Kim Figueroa, Debbie Puchalski, and Carol Szymkowicz were honored with Isenberg's Outstanding Staff Awards for 2013.  More (12/13/13)

 

Patrick Sallet, Scott Moses, and their fellow classmates in the Mark H. McCormack Department of Sport Management coordinated the Pioneer Valley Tip Off on December 14-15. The event at the Curry Hicks Cage showcased 23 high school varsity basketball teams from Western and Central Massachusetts. MassLive (12/10/13)

 

A hands-on promotional initiative by students in Isenberg's Fundamentals of Marketing Course expanded the social media footprint and campus profile of singer-songwriter Clair Reilly-Roe. More (12/10/13)

 

Isenberg management professor Mzamo Mangaliso assessed Nelson Mandela's legacy on PBS News Hour. More (12/9/13)

 

John F. Smith Professor of Operations Management Anna Nagurney presented "Envisioning a Future Internet: The Economics of ChoiceNet" at the Network Frontier Workshop at Northwestern University. Nagurney discussed her research under the multi-university NSF-funded project, Network Innovation through Choice. More (10/9/13)

 

Three Isenberg students were on winning teams in the UMass Innovation Challenge Executive Summary and Elevator Pitch Competition on December 3rd. More (12/4/13)

 

Three Isenberg faculty members--Anna Nagurney, Cynthia Barstow, and Ryan Wright--were among eight speakers at the student-organized TEDx UMass Amherst Professor Speaker Showcase on November 26. More (11/27/13)

 

Isenberg economist and statistics professor Robert Nakosteen cautioned against further sluggishness in the Massachusetts economy due to continued federal budget cuts and reduced high-technology exports to economically troubled Western European nations. Globe (11/23/13)