The Falls School of Business (FSB) has announced a business plan competition to be held among its MBA cohorts next fall. The Falls Graduate Business Plan Competition will judge the innovativeness, investment potential, and opportunity for growth of one plan from each of the seven MBA cohorts. The winning plan will be awarded $11,000 in prizes to be used for start-up cash, and additional services.
An Anderson University senior is among 33 women selected to serve in this year’s 500 Festival Princess Program.
Ashley Casterline, of Fishers, was named among the 33 princesses, officials announced Tuesday.
Anderson University Falls School of Business Professor Doyle Lucas recently co-authored an article in the special issue of People & Strategy in the Journal of the Human Resource Planning Society entitled, "Which is More Important for Successful Change: Commitment to the Organization or the Initiative?"
Professor Debbie Brock's paper, "Social Entrepreneurship Education: Is it Achieving the Desired Aims?", co-authored with Dr. Susan Steiner of the University of Tampa was recently listed on Social Science Research Network's Top Ten download list for ERPN: Supporting Material (Topic). Top Ten Lists are updated on a daily basis. Click on the following link to view the Top Ten list for the journal ERPN: Supporting Material (Topic) Top Ten.
The Anderson University Doctorate of Business Administration program gives Falls School of Business faculty members opportunity to work directly with students on various research projects. Often a dissertation produced by a DBA student allows for student/faculty collaborations resulting in publications in academic journals.