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.
The Falls School of Business at Anderson University plans to send students and professors to Tokyo, Japan this spring in the first international trip to Asia offered by the FSB. The trip will take place during the university’s spring break, which is scheduled for the week of March 15.
Three Anderson University professors and twelve students spent part of the school’s winter break exploring and learning more about the business world. However, these students didn’t learn about business from a classroom on campus. Sponsored by the Falls School of Business, the group traveled to Paris, France and Bern, Switzerland to explore their business education in a nontraditional setting. Included on the trip was a four hour-long tour of the Nestle Development Plant in Konolfingen, Switzerland.
Falls School of Business (FSB) graduate Melissa Humerickhouse is using the skills she acquired in the FSB’s undergraduate (BA 2002) and Master’s of Accounting program to perform important work in the country of Iraq. Humerickhouse is employed by the Department of Defense Inspector General (DoDIG) and is performing military audits through the office during her six month stay in the country.