Nir Kshetri was interviewed by The Christian Science Monitor for an article on cybercrime in Ukraine. The article titled, “How Ukraine crisis could dent country’s booming cyber-crime” (http://www.csmonitor.com/World/Security-Watch/Cyber-Conflict-Monitor/2014/0326/How-Ukraine-crisis-could-dent-country-s-booming-cyber-crime) which was published today.
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Professor Kevin Lowe, Department of Management, received the Outstanding Reviewer Award from the Western Academy of Management.
Dr. Riikka M. Sarala’s (Department of Management) first-authored manuscript was accepted for publication in the Journal of Management (Sarala, R., Junni, P., Cooper, C. and Tarba, S.: A Socio-Cultural Perspective on Knowledge Transfer in Mergers and Acquisitions). The Journal of Management surpassed the Academy of Management Journal this year to have the highest impact factor of any empirical journal in the field of Management.
14th Annual Undergraduate Honors Symposium
Friday, February 21, 2014
Ananya Huria, “An Approach to Brand Valuation: Measuring Brand Equity through the Free Cash Flow Valuation Model”
Jessica Straehle, “The Role of Non-Profit Organiztions in the Immigrant Community”
Thomas Link, “A.C.T. Team Proposal”
Nir Kshetri’s (2013) book Cybercrime and Cybersecurity in the Global South (Palgrave Macmillan) (http://www.palgrave.com/products/title.aspx?pid=583038) has received positive reviews from a number of academic journals. Reviews of this book have been published in Journal of Global Information Technology Management, Communications & Strategies, Telecommunications Policy and Criminal Law and Criminal Justice Books, a joint project of Rutgers School of Law–Newark and Rutgers School of Criminal Justice, September 2013 (http://clcjbooks.rutgers.edu/books/cybercrime-and-cybersecurity.html). Also a TechRepublic article, “Understanding what motivates Chinese hackers” (http://www.techrepublic.com/blog/security/understanding-what-motivates-chinese-hackers/9374?tag=mantle_skin;content) featured this book.
National Collegiate Inventors and Innovators Alliance (NCIIA) funds college and university entrepreneurs and innovators who are creating new technologies and new campus programs to foster a nationwide culture of innovation. NCIIA provides $1.5 million in grants annually, with significant support from The Lemelson Foundation, accounting for the largest total grant funding of its kind for collegiate innovation in the U.S.
NCIIA’s E-Team (Entrepreneurial Team) program supports the next generation of innovators striving to meet critical societal and environmental needs in the U.S. or underserved populations in developing countries worldwide
University of North Carolina at Greensboro, $5,000
Congratulations to Eric Ford and Dmytro Babik who were in Boston recently to accept this award.
Through the ENT206: Campus Entrepreneurs Program, the Business Selection Committee (comprised of UNCG executive administrators and local business executives) granted provisional licenses to two new student businesses yesterday. Co-founders Daniel Storment & Julian Weichel of Go Green Bikeshare ( a formalized bikeshare program ) and Cynthia Blaker & Samantha Matson of The Wrinkled Dog Baking Company (a provider of healthy & convenient baking mixes) will have the opportunity to start-up their businesses on campus once some final arrangements are concluded.
Congratulations to our four new UNCG student entrepreneurs!
Beta Gamma Sigma is the honor society serving business programs accredited by AACSB International – The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. Membership in Beta Gamma Sigma is the highest recognition a business student anywhere in the world can receive in a business program accredted by AACSB International.
The Department of Management recognizes the following students inducted at the Honors and Awards Ceremony on Monday, November 18, 2013:
Garrett Bradley Dinkins (BA)
Dustin Cedric Gamradt (IB)
Kaitlyn Grace Hemric (IB)
Rachael M. Baker (BA)
Cally Brown (BA)
Kyle Bundy (BA)
Daniel Hong-Ning Chang (BA)
Kimberly Blair Dinkins (BA)
James Lorne Haase (BA)
Alison C. Lloyd (BA)
Melissa Lindsay Moser (BA)
Ambar L. Russo (BA)
Martina Lee Weysham (BA)
Maria Emmanuel Zabaneh (IB)
Dr. Eric Ford (Management) and his co-authors, Timothy R. Huerta, Nir Menachemi, and Dmytro Babik, have had an article “Aligning Strategic Orientation with Information Resources” published in the Journal of Management Strategy.
Congratulations to the following students who received awards on Monday, November 18, 2013:
Dean’s Service Award: Gabriel Owusu
Bryan Achievement and Leadership Award: Rebekah L. Bray
Outstanding Student Award: Krystal J. Benson