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  • Makridis of Equity Methods on How Clients Come First

    On March 9, 2017, FCB students gathered for a Pathways event titled, “Clients Come First.” This talk, led by Takis Makridis, president and CEO of Equity Methods, discussed the importance of building and maintaining strong client relationships. Makridis shared experience from his career in consulting, and paralleled his examples to Read more...
  • Szal Recognized with the ABSEL Award for Best Paper 2017

    And the ABSEL Award for Best Paper 2017 in the area of “Innovations in Education” goes to... Rick Szal, lecturer of economics, from Northern Arizona University! “I was in complete shock when they gave me the award,” remembers Szal. “I was having a conversation at my table when someone said, ‘Hey! They called Read more...
  • FCB Hosts First Annual Food Drive

    On March 2, 2017 FCB kicked off its first annual canned food drive with a tabling event on the second floor of the FCB. Throughout the day, dozens of students participated in the drive by donating non-perishable food items and offering monetary donations. The idea for an FCB food drive Read more...
  • Martin Harvier of the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community Recognized as Father of 7G MM

    On March 14, 2017, Levi Esquerra, director of the NAU-FCB Center for American Indian Economic Development (CAIED); Craig Van Slyke, dean of NAU-FCB; and Pam Ramos, director of development; visited Martin Harvier, vice president of the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community to acknowledge him as the Father of the financial Read more...
  • Students Facilitate the WMPO’s Skybox Hole 16 VIP Experience

    Mike Donley (’87 Lodging, Restaurant, and Tourism) once again offered a unique externship to FCB students during the Waste Management Phoenix Open (WMPO). Donley is a member of the Thunderbirds, the non-profit organization that raises money for charities through the WMPO. He is one of the Thunderbirds managing the Skybox Hole 16 experience. The five Read more...
  • FCB Students Place at Arizona Collegiate Sales Competition

    On February 25, 2017, ten students* and their advisors from NAU’s Professional Sales Club attended the Arizona Collegiate Sales Competition (ACSC) at Arizona State University. The state-wide competition, sponsored by ADP, included teams from Northern Arizona University, Arizona State University, and University of Arizona. Students competed in three rounds of Read more...
  • Dieterle’s ‘Where the Wind Dreams of Staying’ Up for an INDIES Award

    Eric Dieterle's recently published book, “Where the Wind Dreams of Staying,” has been named a finalist in the 2016 Foreword INDIES, Essays (Adult Nonfiction). According to their site, "Foreword INDIES Book of the Year Awards honor the best books from independent publishers, chosen from over 2,250 individual entries. Finalists for Read more...
  • Faculty Recognized as Most Valuable to Members of NAU’s Men’s Basketball Team

    On March 2, 2017, four faculty members were nominated as Most Valuable Faculty Member by players on the NAU's men’s basketball team at their home game against Idaho: Shirley Navarro, lecturer of accounting by Omar Ndiaye  Andrew Parkes, instructor of economics by Brooks DeBisschop Lance Rohs, lecturer of hotel and restaurant Read more...
  • FCB Students Place Third at First Time APICS Competition

    A team of FCB students, Chris Dotzler, Daemon Dunbar, Irving Sanchez and Yang Xiang along with faculty advisor, Chris Scherpereel, professor of management, had a successful weekend at the APICS Student Case Competition in California. The case was a computer simulation game called “The Fresh Connection.” There were multiple rounds played by Read more...
  • FCB Takes 1st Place in CFA Institute Global Investment Research Challenge

    On February 16, 2017 NAU took 1st place in the Desert Regional Competition of the CFA Institute Global Research Challenge, whose goal is to promote "best practices in equity research among the next generation of analysts" [CFA Institute website]. Faculty advisor, Matt Haertzen, senior lecturer of finance, once again led the way for another Read more...
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