Business Faculty Go Beyond the Classroom and Get Involved Helping Community Too - Dr. Kenneth Snead has been recognized for his excellence with one of the University’s highest teaching designations – BGSU Master Teacher – and the College of Business Faculty Excellence Award presented by BGSU’s Undergraduate Student Government. [more]
Entrepreneurship Professor Featured in Nationwide Costco Publication - Faculty in the College of Business are renowned for their expertise and accomplishments in research and in business. Dr. Gene Poor, Hamilton Endowed Professor of Entrepreneurial Leadership and a BGSU Master Teacher, is a well-known expert in starting up ventures. [more]
Three New Faculty Excellence Awards Presented - The College of Business and the Board of Advocates are pleased to announce the winners of the three new Faculty Excellence Awards established in 2014. [more]
Entrepreneurship Faculty Present at International Conference - One of the world’s largest conferences of university-based entrepreneurship centers was held in London and two BGSU business faculty presented the success story of the Dallas-Hamilton Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership. Kirk D. Kern, Director of the Dallas-Hamilton Center and BGSU professor, Dr. Gene Poor, Hamilton Professor of Entrepreneurship, presented an engaging case study called “Resurrecting a Dormant Entrepreneurial Center.” [more]
Hartley Selected for APICS Top Student Chapter Mentor Award & Honored by Ohio Magazine - Our faculty, staff, and students in the supply chain management program continue to be selected for national and international recognition. Dr. Janet Hartley, management professor and director of the BGSU Supply Chain Management Institute, is the latest to be honored by APICS, the leading professional association for supply chain and operations management. [more]
Supply Chain Professor Named Distinguished Scholar - The BGSU supply chain program has a national reputation for excellence and one of the faculty members, Dr. Janet Hartley, continues to be recognized for her achievements. Dr. Hartley, Professor and Director of the Supply Chain Management Institute, has been honored as a 2014 Academy of Management Operations, Management Division, Distinguished Scholar. [more]
Dr. Sullivan Is Honored As Outstanding Reviewer - Management professor, Dr. Sherry Sullivan, was recognized as an outstanding reviewer at the recent conference of the Southern Management Association, a regional affiliate of the Academy of Management. Her scholarly accomplishment was chosen based upon the quality of her reviews and feedback.