5 5 5 WE Are Delighted to Be Here… We will tell you all you needed to know about the Business School but were afraid to ask… The “We” is our administrative team of deans and department chairpersons. The data and actual content of the document we will distribute was gleaned from faculty, staff, and administrators across the College and through the variety of committees including our CAC and FACs. We will hit the highlights through the PowerPoint slides but the full presentation and backup materials are contained in the bound document we are distributing. I will lead off then will be followed by Assistant Dean Liz Sinclair-Colando, Associate Dean Rick Schroath, and Associate Dean Larry Marks. The Department Chairs (Profs. Dick Brown, Dick Kent, Jim Boyd, and Eileen Bridges, and Jay Weinroth) will assist in answering questions or joining the discussions about the College and their respective departments.
College of Business Administration and Graduate School of Management Strategic Priorities Presentation March 16, 2004
OUR PEOPLE Office of the Dean Dr. George E. Stevens Dean Dr. Larry Marks Associate Dean Dr. Don Williams* Associate Dean Ms. Liz Sinclair-Colando Assistant Dean Ms. Lucinda Welch Outreach Program Manager Mr. Ralph Kletzien Director of Development Department Chairpersons Dr. Dick Brown Accounting Dr. Felix Offodile* Management & Info. Systems Dr. Dick Kent Economics Dr. Mark Holder* Finance Dr. Eileen Bridges** Marketing *New in 03-04AY **Stepping down June 2004
OUR PEOPLE Endowed/Funded Chairs Dr. Raj Aggarwal Firestone Chair in Corporate Finance Dr. Michael Hu* Bridgestone Chair of International Business Dr. Michael Barnes* John F. Fiedler-BorgWarner Chair in Global Business Studies Mr. Ron Stolle Goodyear Executive Professor *New in 03-04AY
Delta Sigma Pi , the College's professional business fraternity, regularly receives University recognition for organization excellence and by their national association for their fundraising efforts.
Our accounting honorary - Beta Alpha Psi regularly places among the top competitors in accounting debates with other universities and finishes among the top contenders in a Best Practices regional competition sponsored by BAP. Earned “Superior Chapter” recognition.
The American Marketing Association for the last 12 years has been recognized for excellence in such areas as programming, community services, promotions, fundraising, membership and has received top chapter awards.
The Management Information Systems Association has developed significant alliances with area business such as First Energy, Medical Mutual, Progressive Insurance and Bridgestone/Firestone.