Professor Monika Hudson's entrepreneurship exercise, Marketing into Finance Scenario, is top ten in Innovative Entrepreneurship Education Competition.
Dr. Art Karshmer’s alma mater recognizes his “Outstanding Contributions to Society” with an Outstanding Achievement and Advocacy Award.
Students apply their business knowledge to give back to the community and become advocates for the disempowered by interning at nonprofit organizations.
Students and hospitality industry leaders focus on the future and engage on collaborative consumption, Airbnb, sustainable seafood and obesity.
Hundreds of students, alumni, and staff participated in service events with the School of Management sending over 100 volunteers on two occasions.
Silicon Valley Venture Capital Research Symposium attracted many Bay Area venture capitalists and attorneys to USF hilltop campus.
Dr. Geschke spoke to an audience of graduate students about leadership, values, failure and success, taking risks, learning opportunities and the future of business.
Dr. Richard Waters co-authored the book, Coming Out of the Closet: Exploring LGBT Issues in Strategic Communication with Theory and Research, which is coming out this June.
MBA students meet with world-class executives in the fields of technology, venture capital and law as research for their white papers.
MBA students faced off in a reverse business plan competition, in which they took on the role of venture capitalists, at the International Venture Capital Investment Competition.
Dr. Arthur I. Karshmer was awarded the Fred Strache Award for his leadership in the field of disability and technology, specifically for teaching mathematics to blind students and professionals.
Professor Xiaohua Yang encouraged Nevinger to submit her paper, “Localized Hiring in Chinese Multi-National Corporations,” to the Academy of International Business conference, where she presented.
Dr. Xiaohua Yang joins a European Union research project on multinational companies and global development challenges as part of the Research Institute for Managing Sustainability.
Professors Nicholas Imparato and Mouwafac Sidaoui led their winter class to Turkey and the United Arab Emirates for an immersive experience on Middle Eastern business practices and culture.
A Successful December 2012 Warm Wishes Backpack campaign
Opening remarks from Mayor Ed Lee and SF Police Chief and USF Alum Greg Suhr on this year's theme of Narcotics
Not For Sale's David Batstone studies top 300 apparel brands and empowers consumers with smartphone app.