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Nov 20, 2019 Caitlin Burns

Hause ’20 Uses Business Savvy to Help Sydney Based Organization

Business Administration major Ryan Hause ’20 never dreamed he’d be helping with marketing, social media, advertising, and contract reviews in Sydney, Australia. Spring 2019 found Hause at a crossroads: stay in Glenside, or take advantage of a final study abroad opportunity as an...

Oct 3, 2019 Jonathan Cassidy

Emil deJohn: The Kindest Man in Fashion

Join the School of Global Business in Welcoming Emil deJohn, also known as the kindest man in fashion, for a discussion about his life, job expierences, and how to work in the fashion industry. Throughout his life, Emil has worked with iconic names in fashion such as Oscer de la Renta, Michael Kors...

Global business alumna at X-Culture Global Business Week

Sep 24, 2019 Caitlin Burns

School of Global Business Alumnae Attend X-Culture Symposium

School of Global Business alumnae Lauren Hernandez ’19, Ella Bucalov ’18, and Jessica Marques ’18 attended X-Culture Global Business Week at the University of Calgary in Alberta, Canada in July. Attendees were selected in a competitive process limited to 150 students globally, based on their...

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Sep 9, 2019 Caitlin Burns

Arcadia Rises in U.S. News and World Report’s Regional and National Rankings

Arcadia University once again rose in the annual U.S. News & World Report rankings, released today, placing highly in national lists for study abroad and regionally for value, innovation, and social mobility.  For the first time, the U.S. News & World Report rankings include a...

Jun Woo Kim

Aug 31, 2019 Jennifer Retter

Dr. Kim Publishes in ‘Managerial and Decision Economics’

Dr. Jun Woo Kim, associate professor in the School of Global Business, published “Anchored putter ban: An examination of whether anchored putting impacts career success and putting performance” in Managerial and Decision Economics on Aug 23. The article examines the effects of anchored putting...

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Aug 12, 2019 Caitlin Burns

Arcadia Again Ranked Among Princeton Review’s “Regional Best”

For the fifth consecutive year, Arcadia University is ranked among the Princeton Review’s “Best in the Northeast” in its “2020 Best Colleges: Region by Region.”  This prestigious list ranks Arcadia among nine schools in the greater Philadelphia area—and 49 in Pennsylvania—that are “...

Dr. Thomas Brinker, School of Global Business

Jun 18, 2019 Jennifer Retter

Dr. Brinker Publishes on Financing Opportunities for Children with Special Needs

Dr. Thomas Brinker, professor of Accounting and executive director of the MBA program, published “Financing opportunities for medical expenses incurred by children with special needs” in The Tax Adviser on June 13. The article provides insight on tax benefits for families with children who have...

Beverly Pragosa

William Snell May 28, 2019 11:09 am

Beverly Pragosa ’20, International Business Major

Tell me about some of the things you are involved with at Arcadia. In my three years since starting at Arcadia, I’ve been part of New Student Orientation (NSO) as an orientation leader; SABA, which is Arcadia’s business club; ABC, which stands for Arcadia for a Better Community; and...

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May 10, 2019 Caitlin Burns

Nolan, Dr. Kurthakoti Contribute to International Business and Management Book

School of Global Business Instructor Meg Nolan and Associate Professor Dr. Raghu Kurthakoti were published in The Palgrave Handbook of Learning and Teaching International Business and Management. Nolan and Kurthakoti’s chapter, “Short Term International Travel Experience (SITE) As a Learning...

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Apr 30, 2019 Caitlin Burns

Dr. Brinker Publishes Article in The Tax Adviser

Dr. Thomas Brinker, professor of Accounting and executive director of the MBA program, published “Has the TCJA changed the definition of a dependent for children with special needs?” in The Tax Adviser on April 18. In the article, Dr. Brinker explains how special needs children are affected by...

Dec 5, 2018 Caitlin Burns

International Business and Culture Course Auctions Furniture for Hurricane Maria Recovery

This holiday season, you can support the Hurricane Maria recovery for Puerto Rico and Dominica while getting your loved ones the furniture they want. Students in the International Business and Culture course are auctioning refurbished furniture to support the organizations Unidos, in Puerto Rico,...

Nov 5, 2018 Jennifer Retter

Dr. Morra Talks Energy Efficiency in WalletHub

Dr. Wayne Morra, professor emeritus in the School of Global Business, was featured as an expert on energy efficiency in “Most & Least Energy-Efficient States,” an article published by WalletHub. Emphasizing environmentally conscious practices, Dr. Morra answered questions related to energy-...