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  • Quinnipiac G.A.M.E. VII Forum 2017

    Four FCB students were accompanied by Matt Haertzen, senior lecturer of finance, to  New York City for the Quinnipiac Global Asset Management Education (G.A.M.E.) VII Forum. The four hard-working students were Lauren Gerber-Manning, Heather Craig, Jack Poupore, and Riley Coniglio, all of whom were hand-selected for the trip. The two-day Read more...
  • CETYS Students Reciprocate NAU Spring Break Trip

    A study abroad trip to Mexicali by NAU students was recently reciprocated when Centro de Enseñanza Técnica y Superior (CETYS) University students visited NAU for their spring break, April 10-14, 2017. Eighteen CETYS students and two faculty members traveled to Flagstaff to learn about business, culture, and more from NAU Read more...
  • AACSB International Recognizes the Importance of Saunders’ Mentorship

    In AACSB International's May/June 2017 magazine, BizEd, they highlighted the importance of having a research mentor, using the example set by NAU-FCB. The article, "Why Hire a Mentor?," highlights the reasons FCB Dean Craig Van Slyke sought the expertise of Dr. Carol Saunders as research mentor, and the invaluable expertise Read more...
  • FCB named in Sales Education Foundation’s 2017 “Top University Sales Program”

    In April 2017, Marketing Professor Kevin Trainor was notified by the Sales Education Foundation (SEF) that the FCB was being recognized as one of their “Top Universities for Professional Sales Education.” SEF recognizes universities for preparing students for successful careers in professional selling and helping to elevate the sales profession. The accolade was Read more...
  • Finance Advisory Council Mentor Program Matches Next Year’s Students

    On March 24, 2017, FCB’s Finance Advisory Council held their spring semester meeting. During the meeting, council members were introduced to their new FCB student mentees. This matching of FCB students with a mentor is part of the Finance Advisory Council's Mentor Program, which pairs high achieving students with a Read more...
  • Pathways Event: Young Professionals in Sales Panel and Mixer

    On April 28, 2017, a Pathways event featured NAU-FCB alumni currently working in the field of Sales. The oldest among them graduated in 2011, so each had a fresh perspective on their jobs after graduation from NAU. The panelists included Clay Frizell from Consolidated Electrical Distributors, Kevin Milne ('16 FIN) from Read more...
  • Yordy Appointed to the Arizona State Advisory Committee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights

    Eric D. Yordy, Northern Arizona University-The W. A. Franke College of Business associate professor of business law and ethics, has been appointed to the Arizona State Advisory Committee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights. The federal commissioners appointed Yordy during their April 21, 2017 meeting to a four-year term. State Read more...
  • Stretching Beyond the Border in Mexicali to Learn International Trade

    Twenty-three FCB students spent spring break in the border town of Mexicali, Mexico to learn about International trade. They were accompanied by faculty advisors, Geoffrey Dick, instructor (MGT); Nancy Baca, lecturer (ECO/FIN); and Paul Thomas, executive-in-residence. Those participating on this week long study abroad trip, March 13–17, 2017 were Giulia Paulet, Read more...
  • Cheng Honors Faculty for Their Achievements at NAU

    Northern Arizona University President Rita Cheng hosted a Faculty Awards Program and Reception on April 26, 2017 to honor faculty for their achievements at NAU. Among them, were some of our FCB business college and School of Hotel and Restaurant Management faculty: Promotion and Tenure Wanda Costen, promotion to Full Read more...
  • Anokhina Wins the Individual Title at the Big Sky Championships 2017

    NAU Women's Golf Team member, Sofia Anokhina (FIN, sophomore) secured the individual title by three strokes at the Big Sky Conference Championships on April 23, 2017. Article excerpt, posted April 23, 2017: "It was not easy for Northern Arizona University's Sofia Anokhina—as she double bogeyed on No. 16 to move Read more...
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