Each year the College of Business inducts a select group of highly accomplished graduates into its Alumni Hall of Fame and Service Hall of Fame in recognition of their significant career accomplishments, outstanding service to others, and their long-standing dedication to the college and its mission. From senior-level executives at top corporations to highly successful
Three faculty members are being honored with the Cross-Disciplinary Team Research Award for their work applying and adapting portable mass spectrometric devices for use in areas of societal need.
Dr. Tina Williams, interim chair and associate professor of the Department of Management and Quantitative Methods, specializes in studying this phenomenon, referred to as underemployment.
United States Department of Agriculture-National Institute of Food and Agriculture (USDA-NIFA) has awarded a $500,000 grant to a research team led by Dr. Peter Foreman, associate professor in the Department of Management and Quantitative Methods.
Tyler Kirby ’07 has been the vice president of business development during the Kansas City Chiefs’ two recent Super Bowl appearances.
After being away from campus for over a year, students officially came back for in-person learning on August 16. Students spent the 2020-2021 academic year distanced, virtual, and masked, but Redbirds are ready to return to a normal campus life moving forward.
Four alumni describe the benefits of on-campus student employment
The human resource management concentration within the management major at Illinois State University has been recognized by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) for achieving its curriculum standards.
One of the challenges of online teaching is finding an effective method for assessing student learning beyond multiple choice tests. Dr. Tera Galloway, associate professor of management and quantitative methods in the College of Business, has given the topic a lot of thought.
Real-world scenarios are being tackled by College of Business students using virtual simulation technology made available through an $840,000 grant from Simio LLC®. Management and Quantitative Methods (MQM) professor Dr. Askar Choudhury received a grant for 350 copies of Simio® Academic Edition. Choudhury uses the software when teaching undergraduate business students in an operations analytics course.