Assistant Professor of Management Byungku Lee discusses his research, “Entrepreneur Labor as a Mediator of the Relationship between Entrepreneur Human Capital and Venture Performance,” Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room. Lee’s talk was part of the weekly La Verne Academy Faculty Lecture Series. / photo by Claudia Ceja
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Spring 2017 commencement events schedule.
Richard Simpson, professor of strategic management, stressed the importance of ethics and long-term planning in business management for his last faculty lecture Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room.
SiHyun Kim, assistant professor of management, addressed how dedication varies within the workforce, between companies and their employees because of conflict in how they view their roles, Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room.
Assistant Professor of Management Giacomo Laffranchini presented his research on how nonfinancial objectives shape the decisions of family firms that are trying to financially recover at noon Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room.
Issam Ghazzawi, professor of management, addressed possible factors declining businesses face, which can lead to a company’s bankruptcy and proposed suggestions to prevent it from worsening.
Students, faculty and deans of different departments gathered Monday to participate in the first ever Deans Forum, three coordinated discussion panels organized by the Associated Students of the University of La Verne to address student’s academic questions and concerns, and provide a platform to debate them.
Astrid Keel, assistant professor of marketing, spoke on “The Effect of Recessionary Research and Development Spending on Shareholder Value” Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room.
Assistant Professor of Finance Yan Hu shared her research lecture “Will Borrowers Be Penalized After a Drawdown?” to a group of roughly 20 students and faculty Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room.
A fire alarm that went off in the Landis Academic Center Monday – triggering evacuations in that building, the adjoining Wilson Library and College of Business and Public Management building – turned out to be a false alarm.