Finances can be confusing; even something as simple as saving money can give people trouble. When it comes to the stock market and investing, things can get even more unclear. Dr. Susan J. Crain, professor of finance at Missouri State University, spent a semester-long sabbatical researching the transparency of stocks, derivatives and financial statements to […]
Six undergraduate students at Missouri State University recently received recognition for their commitment to the university’s public affairs mission. Each student was awarded a Pepsi-Cola Public Affairs Scholarship in the amount of $1,250. The students were selected based on their involvement in public affairs activities and voluntary service both on and off campus.
Earlier last month, members of Missouri State University’s chapter of Beta Alpha Psi received high honors at the Missouri Valley Regional Best Practices Competition in Omaha, Nebraska. Beta Alphi Psi (BAP) is an international honors organization for finance students and professionals. The organization has over 300 chapters on various college and university campuses and hosts […]
Have you seen products that claim to be “eco-friendly” or have “50 percent more recycled material?” How about businesses that claim to be socially responsible? Most importantly, how do you know if you can trust these claims? Dr. Carol J. Miller, distinguished professor of business law in the finance and general business department at Missouri State University, has a unique interest in answering this question.
Everybody wants financial freedom and to live comfortably, but it’s a daunting task. Dr. James Philpot, associate professor of finance at Missouri State University, explains what he means by getting your finances in order.
When you die, will your survivors know your immediate wishes? They will if you have completed some basic financial estate planning, according to Dr. James Philpot, associate professor of finance at Missouri State University.
Wayne Anderson’s research on legal issues in the information technology arena was recently highlighted during a Maroon Minute at a basketball game.
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.”