FISHER NEWS QUARTERLY
Returning to CampusJim Terranova, manager of WS Investment Co.
William Oeters, president, Galaxy Associates
Tom Reed, CFO of Huntington Bank’s Wealth, Goverment and Home Lending Segment.
Fisher in the News
The study is part of Fisher and GE Capital’s new multi-year partnership to research, analyze and map the middle market and create a blueprint for sustained segment growth in the years ahead. Included in this partnership is the establishment of the new National Center for the Middle Market, the first of its kind which will serve as a center of excellence for middle market research, business resources and peer-to-peer networking. Read More >>
The building, originally dedicated in 1999 and named in recognition of alumnus Maj. Gen. Raymond E. Mason Jr., places a focus on flexible and interactive spaces designed to reflect the workplace of today.
“It’s modern, wired, and collaborative,” said Christine A. Poon, dean and John W. Berry Sr. Chair in Business at Fisher. “That idea of modernity and elegance has really been achieved.”
Ingrid M. Werner, Martin and Andrew Murrer Professor of Finance and Department of Finance chair (pictured right),
was elected president of the European Finance Association (EFA). The
EFA is a professional society for academics and industry practitioners
in the fields of financial management and financial theory.
Colin McMahon, Adam Windnagle and Alex Doane (l-r) participate in the final round of the Nationwide-Fisher Biz Quiz on Nov. 13, 2011.
Fisher undergraduates successfully defended their title in the Nationwide-Fisher Biz Quiz competition, where they challenged top business schools from around the country. Finance majors Adam Windnagel, Colin McMahon and Alexander Doane made up the winning team. Bernadette Minton, professor of finance, served as the team advisor.
From Nov. 11-13, student teams from 18 universities tested their knowledge of business news and current events as reported in The Wall Street Journal from Sept. 27-Nov. 8. Teams making it to the final round were University of Michigan, which finished second, and Texas A&M University, finishing third. The final round of the competition has a Jeopardy –style format, complete with game show buzzers. Read More >>
Fisher’s Executive MBA and MBA for Working Professionals achieved top rankings in Bloomberg Businessweek’s survey of the programs.
The distinguished title of “Fellow” is given to leading scholars and professionals of the institute for outstanding contributions in the field of decisions sciences. Only two Fellows are named each year.
Ken Boyer, Fisher professor of operations management, was the chair of the 42nd annual conference held Nov. 19-22 at the Boston Marriott Copley PlaceHotel. The meeting brought together more than 1,300 leading scholars and professionals from diverse industries and fields representing decision sciences.
The acclaimed inventor of the Game of Life, Reuben Klamer, Michael S. Heschel, retired executive vice president for the Kroger Co., Tyrone Scott, vice president for small business customer retention at Citibank, James Milby, global operations officers for Barclays plc, London; Chris Yamasaki, finance advisor for Shell Specialties U.S. were honored at the 2011 Dean's Dinner and Alumni Awards in the Overmyer Ballroom at the Blackwell.
Since 1993, the Alumni Society of Fisher College of Business has recognized outstanding alumni, who have brought distinction to themselves and the college through their outstanding achievements as well as generously contributed time and resources to Fisher. Awards are given in five categories: young professional, international, community service, entrepreneurship and distinguished alumnus. Read More >>
The International Society of Logistics (SOLE) has selected Douglas M. Lambert (pictured above), Raymond E. Mason Chair in Transportation and Logistics and director of the Global Supply Chain Forum, as the 2011 recipient of the Society’s Armitage Medal.
The Armitage Medal was established to recognize outstanding contributions to logistics literature. The Society presents this award to honor individuals whose published books and technical papers have improved and increased the general body of logistics knowledge relevant to better understanding and development of the art and science of logistics.
SOLE is a nonprofit international professional society composed of individuals organized to enhance the art and science of logistics technology, education and management.
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