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The Department of Management’s faculty, staff and students had a successful year in 2015. We are proud to showcase our achievements including the faculty and student’s awards and the faculty’s publications in this newsletter. One of our students won a renowned APICS student award, and two teams of four BGSU students participated in business case competitions.

This year, we welcomed Ms. Sandra Salenbien as our new Administrative Secretary. Overall, we had a busy and productive fall. I would like to thank the faculty, staff, and students who help us continue Going Beyond Business As Usual!

Dr. Amelia Carr, Chair

International Business Students Learn from the 7th Passport to Entertainment Event The 7th Passport to Entertainment event was held on April 21, 2015, in Olscamp 101. More than 120 students attended the event where they had the opportunity to learn from keynote speaker, Mr. Mark Ehrlich of Honda. Students also networked with alumni, corporate representatives and faculty members from other colleges. They enjoyed performances by Feat, Taiko Drummers and Ten40 Acapella. There was also a silent auction where more than 10 donors contributed.
Organization Development Executive Students Learn Important Life Lessons from Trip to France One of the great experiences students have in the Executive Master of Organization Development (EMOD) program is an international field study tour. An intensive one-week study abroad program was added in 2014 to provide a global perspective to the program.  
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Class of 2015 Success Stories: Executive Master of Organization Development A unique component of the Executive Master of Organization Development (EMOD) program at BGSU is the semester-long client project, which is part of the capstone Mastering Change course. The program seeks field experience projects typically from the nonprofit or public sector. These projects support the community and augment the client’s often limited resources by providing specialized expertise that might otherwise be unavailable.
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Our Supply Chain Management Institute Members are critical to department and student success.
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THe department of management The Department of Management offers undergraduate specializations in supply chain management, management and international business. At the graduate level, the department offers an executive master degree in organizational development. With today’s ever changing global economy, we prepare our students to develop skills needed for success in the business world.

The faculty members in the Department of Management are recognized nationally and internationally. Our faculty uses various innovative teaching methods in the classroom and help mentor students for their future careers. In addition, our faculty members are renowned for their academic research, as exemplified by their publications and scholarly awards.

Our students continue to excel in various fields. We awarded 103 of our students scholarships for their exceptional academic achievements. Moreover, students are actively engaged in a variety of extracurricular activities such as case competitions, student organization events and co-ops/internships.
Meet Our New Administrative Assistant, Sandra L. Salenbien
The department of management welcomed Ms. Sandra Salenbien as an administrative assistant. “I enjoy working with the wonderful faculty members in the department, am excited to work with the management students and feel happy to be a part of the College of Business,” Salenbien said.
College of Business Hosted “Demystifying the Flipped Classroom” The College of Business hosted an innovative teaching summit, “Demystifying the Flipped Classroom,” on Nov. 5 to introduce and share flipped learning with the University community and partners at other institutions.
Case Competitions
The GM/Wayne State University Supply Chain Case Competition
The General Motors / Wayne State University Supply Chain Case Competition was held on Oct 8 - 11 at the Marriott Hotel in Detroit's Renaissance Center. BGSU had a team of four compete in the competition.

The Battle of Ohio Case Competition
The 5th Battle of Ohio Case Competition, sponsored by Deloitte Consulting and the University of Dayton, was held on November 20, 2015. Four of our BGSU students—including Kyle Wandel, Miranda Dubler, Andrew Lotz, and Marjorie Williams –attended the competition. Although our students did not unfortunately make it to the finals, one of our students, Marjorie, did an excellent job on her presentation and received a best presenters award.

Dr. Carr
Dr. Carr organized and presented at the following PDW workshop: Interactive Teaching Strategy for a Supply Chain Management Course, Academy of Management 2015 in Vancouver, Canada.

Dr. O'Neil
Dr. O’Neil participated in the “Gender and Diversity in Organizations: Junior Faculty Consortium 2015” and “From Industry to Academia: Mid-life Career Changers Professional Development Workshop”.

Dr. Sullivan
Dr. Sullivan was a speaker at the Careers Doctoral Consortium and the Careers Division Paper Development Session. She received the Best Reviewer Award from the Career Division of the Academy of Management and was selected as the Best Reviewer from the Journal of Management History. Also, she presented the following topics: “Retirement as a Career Transition”, “What Transpires During Formal Mentoring? A Multisource Study”, and “Careers and Governance”.


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