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  • High Schoolers Explore Security at GenCyber Camp 2017

    The University of Arizona’s MIS department received a GenCyber* grant allowing them to provide three separate cybersecurity awareness camps for rising high school students and their teachers. The second camp was hosted by Northern Arizona University’s The W. A. Franke College of Business (FCB) from July 10–14, 2017. Eric Case, CISSP, with Read more...
  • Zhao’s Outreach in China on Climate Change at University of Jinan Builds Bridges

    To help faculty grow professionally through instruction and research in other countries, one of the programs sponsored by NAU is the Short-term Lecturing Opportunities at Partner Universities Program. Xiaobing Zhao, associate professor of economics, participated in this program in June 2017 by visiting University of Jinan in China. She had participated Read more...
  • Saunders’ Paper Accepted in Journal of MIS

    Carol Saunders, research professor, was notified that her paper, “The Impact of Mental Representation on ICT-Related Overload in the Use of Mobile Phones,” was accepted in the Journal of Management Information Systems. Her co-authors are Martin Wiener, Sabrina Klett, and Sebastian Sprenger. The Journal of MIS was recently added to the Read more...
  • Kemper and Ethel Marley Foundation Grants $700,000 to Create Non-Profit Entrepreneurship Center

    The Kemper and Ethel Marley Foundation recently awarded The W. A. Franke College of Business $700,000 to create the Northern Arizona Center for Non-Profit Entrepreneurship. The Center will focus on the unique aspects of start-up and early-phase non-profit enterprises that serve Northern Arizona. According to a 2016 report from the Read more...
  • CAIED’S 3rd Tribal Economic Outlook Conference Addresses Entrepreneurship & Sustainable Investments

    The 3rd Annual Northern Arizona University Center for American Indian Economic Development (CAIED) Tribal Economic Outlook Conference was held on April 13, 2017 at the High Country Conference Center. Wells Fargo sponsored the event. The conference, a premier tribal economic development conference, gives participants a unique opportunity to network with many tribal Read more...
  • Indian Bible College Wins 1st Annual 2017 7G Business Plan Competition

    “Building Tomorrows Indigenous Entrepreneurs Today” A total of $3,500 was awarded in seed funding by the 2017 Seven Generation Business Plan Competition (7G BPC), a first-year pitch and business plan competition hosted by NAU Center for American Indian Economic Development (CAIED) in partnership with the Native American Business Incubator Network, Partnership Read more...
  • Du and Ng Recognized with the 2017 Charles R. Goeldner Article of Excellence Award

    FCB faculty members, Ding Du, associate professor of finance, and Pin Ng, professor of economics, along with Alan Lew, a professor from SBS, were notified on April 21, 2017 that their article titled, "Tourism and Economic Growth" in Vol. 55(4), was honored with the 2017 Charles R. Goeldner Article of Excellence Read more...
  • Native American Students Realize Gratitude in Their Dale Carnegie Leadership Training

    On April 26, 2017, FCB celebrated the achievement of 13 of its Native American students who completed the Dale Carnegie Leadership Training. The funding for this once in a lifetime opportunity was graciously provided for by the Johnson Scholarship Foundation (JSF). For more than 100 years, Dale Carnegie Training has helped people Read more...
  • Enterprise Holdings Summer Internship Program Funded for a Fourth Time

    In Spring 2017, Dr. Ron Smith, FCB director of employer relations, received the check for a $5,000 grant to support a summer internship program by the Enterprise Holdings Foundation Board. This is the fourth time that Enterprise Holdings has offered this opportunity. The award was presented by Casey Miller, group talent acquisition manager; Read more...
  • Indigo Partners, LLC FCB Interns for 2017–2018

    Graduating seniors, Zach Switala (ACC/FIN) and Lauren Gerber-Manning (FIN, minor in Philosophy and certificates in investment and International business), were extended offers to join the Indigo Partners team as Indigo interns for 2017–2018.  Indigo Partners, one of Bill Franke’s companies, hires one or two graduating seniors each year as interns. Read more...
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