CEN Student Info Session
When life gives you lemons, you…present to a team of celebrity judges? This is what the incoming cohort of the MBA Program at the Cameron School of Business was tasked with on August 20th. On Saturday, 37 of the 43 Cameron School of Business Professional MBA candidates participated in their program orientation at UNCW. This year’s orientation was unique, featuring celebrity judges Judy Girard, Co-founder of GLOW (Girls Leadership Academy of Wilmington) and President Emeritus of Food Network, HGTV and Lifetime Network; Cynthia Ferich, TV Chef on WBTV News, Educator, and Author; Bo Perkins, Celebrity Chef and Founder of Addiction Hot Sauces; and Hoop Morgan, Founder and Chairman of the Forte Institute. [Keep Reading]
CSB congratulates Marketing Department Chair, Dr. Tracy Meyer, on being awarded the Professional Fraternity Association’s 2016 Faculty Advisor Award of Excellence on behalf of Pi Sigma Epsilon. Dr. Meyer will be recognized at the PFA Convention in Baton Rouge in September.
CSB is proud to recognize Susan Hermanson and Thomas Janicki as the recipients of distinguished professorships.
Hermanson has been appointed to a five-year term as the Cameron Distinguished Professor of Accountancy. Janicki has been reappointed for another five-year term as the Duke Energy/Gordon C. Hurlbert Distinguished Professor of Information Systems. [Read More]
The Economic Barometer is a quarterly snapshot of local, regional and national economic trends, produced by the Swain Center's economic and financial team. This quarter's edition features data on investor perceptions of risk (Brexit), Treasury benchmark securities, and the regional economy. [Read More] Make sure you save the date for this year's OUTLOOK conference on October 6 - this year's theme is "The Business of Healthcare."
CSB students studied in Marseille, France at the Kedge School of Management, as well as in Bremen, Germany at Hochschule Bremen and London, UK. Cameron School is also welcoming 18 international students for the fall 2016 semester as a part of the TABSA program. [Find Out More About CSB's Global Opportunities]
Karissa Smith has been awarded the E. M. West Award for Academic Achievement for Spring 2016. The E. M. West award is named after Dr. E. M. “Mac” West and is awarded at each commencement ceremony to the Cameron student with the highest academic achievement, while also taking into consideration their participation in Cameron and UNCW activities.
Outstanding Graduates for each department include... [Photo Gallery of all winners]
Lake Gibson’s aspirations after college not only include landing the perfect job, but also advancing his music career. He has already applied the knowledge he obtained as an undergraduate student in the Cameron School of Business to draft a business plan, develop a strategy to market himself as a brand and launch a promotional website. [Read More]
Dr. Ethan Watson, Assistant Professor of Finance, won the annual Outstanding Paper Award for the Journal of Financial Research award for his paper, “Canceling Liquidity” co-authored with Robert and Bonnie Van Ness in 2015. His research documented a dramatic increase in limit order cancellation activity over the last decade, reporting that around ninety percent of limit orders that are submitted are subsequently cancelled. Since limit orders are traditionally viewed as the supply of liquidity in markets, his research focused on what impact the increase in cancellation activity has had on market quality as well as testing some the existing theories of why cancellations of limit orders arise.
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