Business Education

New Director Begins Tenure at SJU's Initiative for Family Business and Entrepreneurship

10/10/2017

Brian Brogan, M.S., CMT, has been named the director of Saint Joseph’s University’s Initiative for Family Business and Entrepreneurship (IFBE), which is housed in the Erivan K. Haub School of Business. Brogan is the president and founder of Brogan Group Investment Advisors LLC, located in Rydal, Pennsylvania, and is a member of both the Chartered Financial Analyst Society of Philadelphia and the Mid-Atlantic Hedge Fund Association.


Graduate Business Student Receives Main Line Chamber of Commerce Scholarship

10/10/2017

Anushka Baral, of Kathmandu, Nepal, has earned the Main Line Chamber of Commerce Gold Leaf Scholarship, awarded to outstanding female leaders. Baral received the scholarship last month. She is currently enrolled in the second year of HSB's graduate business intelligence and analytics program.


HSB and UN to Sign Agreement Promoting Sustainable Management Education

10/10/2017

Saint Joseph’s University’s Erivan K. Haub School of Business (HSB) will announce a historic partnership with the United Nations-supported Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) initiative on Thursday, Oct. 12. Both organizations will develop a new data analytics tool, the PRME SDG (Sustainable Development Goal) Dashboard, to assess business schools’ success in delivering socially and environmentally sustainable management education.


Photo Credit: Justus Henry

IFBE Legacy Speaker Series Honors Haub Family for Innovation and Stewardship of Family Business

10/05/2017

The Saint Joseph’s University Initiative for Family Business and Entrepreneurship honored Christian W. E. Haub, the co-chief executive officer of the family-operated Tengelmann Group, with the Family Business Legacy Award on Thursday, Oct. 4. The award recognizes the Haub family for their commitment to the innovation and stewardship of their family business. 


Liz Fuentes

Accounting Major Earns Scholarship from Pennsylvania CPA Institute

06/05/2017

Rising senior and accounting and business intelligence and analytics major Elizabeth Fuentes earned $7,000 in scholarship funds from the Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants (PICPA), recognizing academic excellence, leadership and an intent to pursue an accounting career.


Haub to Host Local Universities for Business Ethics Competition

04/06/2015

The Pedro Arrupe Center for Business Ethics, in partnership with KPMG and Essent, will host its annual Intercollegiate Business Ethics Case Competition on Saturday, April 12, in Mandeville Hall. Student teams comprised of sophomores and juniors from the University of Delaware, Drexel University, West Chester University, La Salle University, Temple University, Villanova University, and Saint Joseph’s University are set to compete.


Steve Noble and Jon Oberg, Ph.D.

American Whistleblower Tour Comes to SJU

03/18/2015

SJU's Pedro Arrupe Center for Business Ethics will host the “American Whistleblower Tour: Essential Voices for Accountability,” a presentation by the Government Accountability Project (GAP), on March 24 from 6 to 7:30 p.m., in Mandeville Hall, featuring Jon Oberg, Ph.D., a Department of Education researcher who exposed fraud committed by student lending companies, and Scott Noble, who helped expose securities fraud by a major hedge fund manger.


Business Without Borders

12/17/2012

PHILADELPHIA (Dec. 17, 2012) —From an office in Mandeville Hall, Eric Patton, Ph.D. assistant professor and director of the human capital program, serves as lead professor for a course he wrote and developed for students 7,500 miles away. Using Skype and sophisticated technology, Patton communicates lesson plans with his class, composed of refugees from eight countries who live at camps in Malawi and Kenya.


Holiday Season Could Cause Problems at the Workplace

11/30/2009

The holiday season, with its heavy focus on religion, can spark awkward situations at the work place. This festive time of year has many workers wishing to spruce up their offices with holiday decorations, leaving employers to figure out how to regulate such religious expression.


Should NCAA Tournament Brackets Drive Employers Mad?

03/07/2011

As NCAA basketball fans begin to research ESPN for information that could prove useful for their brackets – many on company time – employers are voicing concerns that the madness surrounding bracketology will cause declines in productivity. But Claire Simmers Ph.D., chair and professor of management at Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia, believes that if handled correctly, office pools are useful for boosting morale, as long as productivity is balanced.