Members of Missouri State University’s Beta Alpha Psi (BAP), an international honors organization for students of accounting, finance, and computer information systems, won first place in the best practices competition at a national meeting in Milwaukee, Wisconsin earlier this month. College of Business students Brandon Smith, Elizabeth Sivill, Clint Caselman, Zachary Buxton and Tanner Courtney […]
Most people spend their lives avoiding risky situations, but four students recently placed second overall in a national competition.
Congratulations to Wayne Anderson for being featured in the September 2015 issue of Mind’s Eye. His work is also being highlighted on the Research web page starting today and will soon also be on the Missouri State homepage.
“Anderson, who jokes that he’s been on campus forever, was practicing law in the state of California when he became interested in the issues of software development and started writing articles on the topic from the legal perspective. After teaching business law at Missouri State for more than 20 years, the computer information systems graduate program coordinator recruited Anderson to teach a course on legal issues in the information technology arena – a course that changes each semester due to new issues and nuances that appear.”
Representing approximately 164 years of combined full time service to Missouri State University, five former faculty and staff members have been selected as the 2015 Wall of Fame inductees.
Professor Carol Miller received the 2015 MBAA International Distinguished Paper Award in Chicago for her law paper entitled, “Medical Malpractice Non-economic Caps Violate Constitutional Right to Trial by Jury.” Her co-author was attorney Joe Weidhaas. Carol Miller, J.D., M.B.A. holds the rank of Distinguished Professor in the Finance and General Business Department.
Missouri State University has maintained registration with Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards Inc. (CFP Board) to provide a Bachelor of Science, finance major, financial planning option.
Head on over to the College of Business blog to read about Risk Management and Insurance Major Jennifer Richey in this month’s student spotlight.
“The Code of the Hills: An Ozarks Mystery” novel by FGB Senior Instructor Nancy Allen is reviewed in the July 28 edition of Missouri Lawyers Weekly. This is a publication that some of our business law faculty use to provide relevant case examples in their classes.
FGB is delighted and humbled to have another of our faculty elected to MSU’s “Wall of Fame.” Former Department Head and Professor Dr. George Swales will be inducted in a ceremony to be held this October during Homecoming Week.
Dr. George Swales led by example. He was not only the department head of finance and general business, but he was a prolific published researcher, brilliant teacher and esteemed advisor while serving on the Executive Board of MBAA International and helping the College of Business gain AACSB reaccreditation.
Dr. James Philpot recently wrote an article for the Springfield News-Leader.
Financial Planner shopping? Sort out the certifications
A professional financial planner can be very helpful with investing, insurance, retirement and other financial decisions. Good planners offer expertise, experience and an objective perspective. So how do we know if a planner will suit our needs? Many financial professionals advertise certifications to distinguish themselves, but what do those mean?
Read the article at the Springfield News-Leader website.