Four high-ranking executives shared career insights and advice at the UMass Club in Boston with Isenberg's entering first-year MBA class. The executive panel was part of the David C. O'Leary MBA Leadership Orientation, which immerses students in workshops and team exercises devoted to professional development skills.
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On September 16, Isenberg alumni, students, faculty, and staff celebrated ground breaking for the school’s $62 million Business Innovation Hub. When the Business Innovation Hub does open in January of 2019, the futuristic building complex will add 70,000 square-feet of classrooms, labs, and student-focused spaces.
A relationship-builder, innovative educator, and internationally renowned researcher, Professor Muzzo Uysal brings experience, acumen, and energy to his new role as chair of the Hospitality & Tourism Management department.
Isenberg economist and Professor of Operations and Information Management Robert Nakosteen discussed the implications of Britain’s Brexit vote on a morning-after interview with WBUR in Boston. Professor Nakosteen addressed the Brexit’s likely impact on financial markets, including pension funds. He also reflected on its influence on Massachusetts’ trade relations with Europe and the costs and benefits of a stronger dollar.
Three decades ago, Isenberg accounting graduate Larry Mestel ’84 took a quantum business leap. It was 1989, and Mestel was Arthur Young’s (a Big Six accounting firm) point man for its client, Polygram Records, during its acquisition of Island Records. Toward the end of negotiations, Mestel received a phone call from Island’s top business officer, Mel Kline.
Samalid M. Hogan has been appointed director of the western regional office of the Massachusetts Small Business Development Center (MSBDC) Network. Hogan brings a broad range of experience to the new post, including 12 years in economic development and project management. Most recently, she was the consulting project manager for the Holyoke Innovation District on behalf of the MassTech Collaborative and Pioneer Valley Planning Commission. Previously, she was the senior project manager and brownfields coordinator at the City of Springfield’s Office of Planning and Economic Development.
Undergraduate Online student Paul Francisco, owner and president of an electrical construction company in northeast Ohio, talks about how completing his degree through the online program is perfect for the demands of his job and his family.
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