Associate Professor of Management Omid Furutan discussed the inevitability of bribery, and how it differs from extortion before 15 students and faculty members Tuesday in the Executive Dining Room.
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Ian Lising, associate dean for the College of Arts and Sciences, reflected on the societal effects of spin doctoring as per his book published this year, “The Spin Doctrine: Communicating Belief, Truth and Fact,” during a talk Tuesday before students and faculty in the Howell Board Room.
Professor of Sociology Hector Delgado reminisced about his life accomplishments and emphasized the importance of acknowledging and thanking the people who have made a positive impact on one’s life at his final lecture titled “It Takes a Barrio” Tuesday.
Students and faculty gathered in the Executive Dining Room Tuesday to listen to business professors Yan Hu and Jeanny Liu discuss whether businesses being family owned benefits a company’s brand value.
The Leopard baseball team continued their winning streak in a convincing victory over Redlands, shutting out the Bulldogs 8-0 in a Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference match up at Ben Hines Field on Friday.
Santiago of the Clan Tynker Family sets the scene with his accordion as the circus gets started at the Renaissance Pleasure Faire at the Santa Fe Dam in Irwindale Sunday.
Michael Decker hosts a pop-up thrift shop in the Main Museum Gallery at the Pomona College Museum of Art March 14.
Trevor Thomson, member of the Karuk tribe, leads a sage burning ceremony Monday at Citrus Lawn before Xiuhtezcatl Martinez’s lecture.
Marcia Chatelain, professor of history and African American studies at Georgetown University, gave insight about the experiences of young African American girls who went through Chicago’s Great Migration after the Depression.
Astrid Keel, associate professor of marketing, considered “An Empirical Examination of Digital and Print Magazine Pricing,” Tuesday in the Executive Dining Room.