The College of Business Administration (CBA) helps students get ready to make a difference through rigorous coursework and developmental opportunities that range from classroom consulting projects, internships, and professional networking, to leadership and business communication training.
Congratulations Dr. Li Wang and Accounting Information Systems Faculty on Publication Recognition
In an article published in the Spring 2014 Journal of Information Systems
that ranks published articles, authors, and schools for their contributions to Accounting Information Systems (AIS) research, Dr. Li Wang
, Associate Professor, George W. Daverio School of Accountancy, ranks number 25 based on number of citations. The Accounting Information Systems faculty
at the College of Business Administration is also highly ranked -- number 10 based on citations per year. The article uses citations to help determine the most influential accounting systems articles. More.
Marketing Research Students Learn about Neuroscience Tools
In Dr. Terry Daugherty’s
summer Marketing Research course (MKT 355), students are learning about experimental design and the application of consumer neuroscience measurement tools, such as Dense-Array Electroencephalography (dEEG). Senior marketing management major Tyler Pennington
) demonstrates the dEEG technology with an experiment to help students better understand how advertising and other media content is tested at the Suarez Applied Marketing Research Labs
Alumnus Recognized as Innovator in Collegiate Dining Services
CBA Alumnus (BS and MBA) Zia Ahmed, Senior Director of Dining Services at The Ohio State University, is recognized by Food Management
magazine as the College Innovator of the Year. Read the full article