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  • Why Faculty Research Matters for Undergraduate Education

    September 23, 2016, Ding Du, associate professor of Finance, was invited to attend a gathering of NAU faculty and the Arizona Board of Regents. Du represented FCB faculty. In the economic climate under which state universities operate, the Regents and the public sought a deeper understanding as to why taxpayer Read more...
  • Same Service, Different Space – BCC Now Offers Online Consultations

    Monday, October 3, 2016 the FCB Business Communication Center (BCC) will launch its Skype consultation service.  The new service will provide students the same assistance featured face-to-face at the BCC, such as an article review paper or a research paper, but from a more convenient, remote location such as at Read more...
  • Are you Ready for FCB Career Exploration Day – Oct. 7, 2016?

    Mark your calendars; registration for the event closes Oct. 4, 2016. On Friday, October 7, 2016 the FCB business college will host their bi-annual Career Exploration Day from 10 AM to 3 PM.  The event, presented by the Career Development Office (CDO), will feature more than 100 companies and organizations. Read more...
  • FCB Celebrates Successful Student Club Fair

    On September 14, 2016, dozens of students gathered on the 2nd floor of the business building to learn more about FCB’s various club and organizations. This year’s event, which featured ten student clubs, was the college’s largest fair to date. The event featured booths from Alpha Kappa Psi, the American Read more...
  • Foster Invited to Discuss Prop 206

    Dennis Foster, senior lecturer of economics at The W. A. Franke College of Business, will sit on a panel at the September 19th meeting of the League of Women Voters of Greater Verde Valley (LWV Greater Verde Valley). The panel is part of a voter education program put on by Read more...
  • CAIED Continues Education Outreach through the 7G MM Financial Literacy Game

    7G MM, (Seven Generation Money Management), is a financial literacy game designed to aide Native American youth in making sound financial choices in their adult years. The game is an interactive experience that simulates real-world money matters such as buying a car, renting an apartment, or applying for a loan—complete Read more...
  • Thomas in Flagstaff Business News 2016

    T. Paul Thomas, FCB Executive in Residence, authors articles or is quoted regularly in the Flagstaff Business News. SEPTEMBER How Do You Know It’s Time to Quit? Posted September 13, 2016 "This month, I am touching on knowing when is it time to shut down the business, part ways with an employee Read more...
  • FCB Business Presents the Annual Club Fair – September 13th and 14th

    On September 13th and 14th from 10AM to 4PM, the FCB business college will host its annual Club Fair in the second floor common area. The fair will feature booths from various student organizations within the college. All students are encouraged to attend, as the event is a great way Read more...
  • FBLA-PBL’s St. Claire Takes Home 1st Place Trophy

    The NAU chapter of the Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda (FBLA-PBL) competed in their first national PBL conference from June 24–27, 2016 in Atlanta, Georgia. Sophomore Charles St. Claire won first place in the nation in his competitive event, Justice Administration, putting NAU-Flagstaff back on the national competitive map. "I am Read more...
  • Taking On International Business in France and Morocco

    June 4 - 25, 2016, business students traveled abroad on a 3-week study tour in collaboration with IAU - The Institute for American Universities in Aix-en-Provence, led by Dr. Rick Szal, lecturer of economics, and Ms. Bernadine Lewis, director of FCB Undergraduate Programs. Nine students embarked on the adventure for 16 Read more...
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