WalletHub: Marketing professor James Roberts is interviewed as a marketing expert in this article reviewing a popular credit card and its rewards program.
Sandeep Mazumder, dean at Baylor University's Hankamer School of Business, not only has a list of outstanding students, but also a list of favorite songs. He shared a list of the top five songs on his playlist he and his family enjoy.
James Roberts, professor of Marketing and smartphone behavior expert, is quoted in this article about the negative impacts on families of smartphone addiction among parents.
Chloe Carlson believes that her home-schooled experience sets her apart. She learned from a young age to initiate personal growth to achieve her goals. From learning social skills and developing relationships without the benefit of a classroom, to pitching the idea to intern at a skydiving company and starting the next day, Chloe has always been a self-starter.
A double major in ProSales and Management, Joseph Crump is driven and determined, with a deep passion for sales and ice hockey. Pursuing hockey professionally, he lived with host families all over North America between the ages of 13 and 21.
Baylor Business Review: Ashley Otto explores how exposure to multiple brands makes consumers' purchasing choices easier.
Baylor Business Review: Gabriella Cacciotti connects the dots between resiliency and its importance to the field of entrepreneurship.
Baylor Business Review: Yulia Sullivan examines the role “executive functions” plays in how we navigate new information systems.
Baylor Business Review: Dorothy Leidner reflects on sailing uncharted waters when she developed the first PhD program in the Business School.
Baylor Business Review: Management faculty reap the benefits of friendly mentorships to further research and relationships.
In June, the Hankamer School of Business celebrated as its donors reached $125.8 million in total gifts to the Business School, eclipsing its original campaign goal of $125 million.
The McBride Center for International Business offers Baylor business students the opportunity to develop a global perspective through the Global Engagement Certificate in Business.
A native of Oregon who grew up rock climbing, backpacking, and canoeing, Kelsey Boehme is a ProSales and Management Information Systems double major who loves to teach and be taught. She values intellectual curiosity and seeks to better understand the world around her. As a musician, she has been a piano soloist, a jazz musician, and she sang a classical repertoire in a concert choir that took top state honors.
Majoring in both ProSales and Risk Management/Insurance, Cade Bissell seeks to live life to the fullest. Growing up in California, he spent his days surfing and free diving off the coast. While he is unable to enjoy those activities in the heart of Texas, he has channeled his passion and energy into being an active leader on campus, in the classroom and in his fraternity.
The John F. Baugh Center for Entrepreneurship and Free Enterprise in Baylor University’s Hankamer School of Business has announced the winners of the 2nd Annual Baylor Impact Awards.
Sandeep Mazumder, dean at Baylor University’s Hankamer School of Business, is an expert on all aspects of inflation and the macro-economy. He shared a list of the top five things you need to know about inflation, busting a few myths in the process.
Triple majoring in ProSales, Finance, and Supply-Chain Management, Shao Chao came to Baylor from Taiwan where he previously achieved the rank of Corporal in the Taiwanese military. In that leadership role, Shao was responsible for a team of 17 people, where he out-ranked team members who were much older than him. Shao was grateful to be able to learn from their unique backgrounds and gain a broader perspective for leading others. As a servant leader, he values unity among his team and looks for ways to improve the experiences of those entrusted to his leadership.
Double majoring in ProSales and Entrepreneurship, Haley West is passionate about helping others and loving well. She strives to love others as Christ demonstrates His love for us and to help people in any way she can. Translating this passion to her work, she asks intentional questions to meet the needs of clients and find solutions. A way in which ProSales has supported Haley in her development is by teaching her the power of active listening through role plays. Inside and outside of the classroom, Haley is now thoughtful, attentive, and intentional with her responses.
Ag Daily: Craig Gundersen, professor of Economics and The Snee Family Endowed Chair at the Baylor Collaborative on Hunger and Poverty, was among the food security experts highlighting meat’s critical role in ending hunger at a session to provide input for the White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition, and Health.
Students in the Leadership and Organizational Behavior course broke away from the classroom experience for a fun-filled night at the Mayborn Museum Complex on Monday, Sept. 19.
KXXV (ABC): Pedro Reyes, Baylor supply chain expert and management professor, remarks on shortages across the supply chain that aren't expected to improve anytime soon.
Triple majoring in ProSales, Marketing, and Entrepreneurship, Grace is a tenacious person who strives to enjoy life. In her spare time, she engages in many activities and hobbies, including water sports, tennis, golf, and piano. She has travelled to twelve countries, and is passionate about fashion and interior design.
Management students participated in a scavenger hunt at the Mayborn Museum designed to enhance problem-solving skills and team-building exercises.
The Department of Entrepreneurship and Corporate Innovation has been recognized as No. 4 in the world by the TCU Global University Entrepreneurship Research Productivity Rankings from the Neely School of Business at TCU.
Double majoring in ProSales and Entrepreneurship, Caleb Jackson aspires to fuel top-line sales results while learning how to manage a profitable business. Resourceful as he is, Caleb made strides in that direction, hiring out his services and his truck/trailer in a moving and hauling business when COVID-19 caused him to lose his previous summer work plans.
The second annual 58:10 Project gathered students, faculty, staff and Waco community members to pack meals to fight food insecurity in the Waco area on Sept. 13, 2022.
Baylor University's transformational undergraduate academic programs and experiences were the major highlights in the latest Best Colleges rankings for 2023 released today by U.S. News & World Report. Baylor's highest ranked program is undergraduate entrepreneurship, which moved up to No. 8 nationally in the U.S. News rankings.
Before coming to Baylor, Jordan Goehring spent five years in the U.S. military. During his time in the service, he underwent BUDS (SEAL) training. After an injury, he became a weapons technician and instructor with the Navy and spent three of those years overseas in Japan.
Baylor Business Review: Carissa Padilla shares her experience of overcoming adversity to carry on a family legacy of service.
Baylor Business Review: Five female HSB faculty and staff members are recognized for their contributions and ascend to senior leadership roles.
Baylor Business Review: Baylor’s Women in Business group offers a nurturing environment for mentorship, networking and service.
Baylor Business Review: Amira Lewally fulfills a lifelong dream to work in entertainment while greenlighting other people’s dreams.
Baylor Business Review: Ilka Gregory reflects on lessons learned from her time with Baylor’s rugby team and how they apply to her career.
Baylor Business Review: Alex Lyzwa embraces a broader concept of beauty in an industry often driven by skin-deep standards.
Baylor Business Review: Kendra Moody takes advantage of the opportunities in front of her as the she moves along an unplanned career path.
Baylor Business Review: Joyce J. Lee overcomes fear with faith in her career, providing physical and spiritual sustenance to others.
Baylor Business Review: Women are using their business superpowers to elevate themselves and their companies to unimagined heights.
Growing up around the beauty pageant circuit, Ava Hernandez has a unique ability to connect with people from various backgrounds and cultures. A warm and passionate person, she learned to create similar connections with patients while working at a dental office.
For the second year in a row, the 58:10 Project sees faculty and students from the Department of Accounting and Business Law partnering with Caritas of Waco on Sept. 13 to help alleviate food insecurity in McLennan County by packing meals for those most in need.
CNN: Emily Hunter, professor and chair of Management, is quoted in this article about workday breaks which, Hunter said, should be centered around something the employee enjoys, leading to an increased recovery level.
Baylor Lariat: Baylor Entrepreneurship student and local entrepreneur, Dan Rettinger, organized a vendor fair for student business owners.
The Sports Strategy and Sales (S3) club will host two Buccaneers personnel at the kickoff meeting on Aug. 31 and Sept. 1 which include guests Ben Milsom, chief ticketing officer, and John Breedlove, director of Insights and Strategy.
Journal of Business Venturing: Professor of Entrepreneurship David Scheaf co-authored a research paper that finds frugal entrepreneurs are more likely to "do more with less."
KWBU (NPR): Ashley Otto, professor of Marketing, explains why, among the thousands of decisions needing to be made daily, cognitive closure is sought by team members over decision-making.
Stephanie Mangus, Ph.D., assistant professor in Baylor University’s Professional Selling program, was recently named the abstracts editor for the Journal of Personal Selling and Sales Management (JPSSM). According to editor-in-chief Adam Rapp, Ph.D., Professor & Executive Director of the Ralph and Luci Schey Sales Centre at Ohio University, Mangus was selected for the position from a large pool of applicants based on their research records and JPSSM review history.
For Baylor's early career Full-Time MBA students, developing leadership skills is designed to be part of the program. While two of our students did not set out to serve as student leaders, when oppportunity came knocking... they answered.
PRNewswire: Food policy expert and Economics professor Craig Gundersen is the lead researcher of Map the Meal Gap, the only study that provides local-level estimates of food insecurity and food costs across the United States.
Financial Advisor: Professor Emeritus William Reichenstein shares advice about how married couples can complete Roth conversions to reduce their joint lifetime taxes and Medicare premiums.
Stateline: Quoted in this article about pandemic-related expansion of SNAP is food policy expert and professor of Economics Craig Gundersen.
Inside Indiana Business: Economics professor and food policy expert Craig Gundersen led a study that identified ways to eliminate delivery costs for SNAP recipients and ensures the same shopping experience for SNAP and non-SNAP recipients.