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100 Cities. 100 Entrepreneurs.

The My New Enterprise team, including Professor Mike Glauser, Director of Entrepreneurial Programs at the Huntsman School, set out for the summer by bicycle to interview 100 entrepreneurs in 100 cities across the country the prove that the American dream is changing.

Sunrise Sessions: Dr. Merideth Ferguson - Fallout from Toxic Workplace Environments

On August 1, Dr. Merideth Ferguson of the Management Department gave USU’s quarterly Sunrise Session presentation titled "You Can't Leave It at the Office: Fallout from Toxic Workplace Environments” at the Little America Hotel in Salt Lake City. This presentation is an engaging and detailed...

Q&A With Dean Douglas D. Anderson

Douglas D. Anderson, Dean of the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business, talks about his background as a student at USU and answers questions about the future of the Huntsman School of Business.

Professor Quoted in Fast Company

Management professor, Scott Hammond’s research on what highly resilient people do in the face of adversity was recently featured in a top article in Fast Company. Check out the complete story here.

Black, Hispanic entrepreneurs discriminated against when seeking small business loans

Huntsman assistant professor Sterling Bone, collaborating with professors from Brigham Young University and Rutgers University, has published research about the challenges minority entrepreneurs face. Read a story about that research in the Washington Post.

Marketing Professor Featured in Forbes and KSL

Dr. Aaron Brough’s research aims to provide consumers, businesses, and policy makers with new insights regarding how categorization—and specifically category size—can impact perceptions of risk and probability. Click here to read the Forbes article and here to watch the Deseret News National Edition report.

HRE Magazine Executive of the Year, Mark James, speaks to Huntsman Students

Mark James, Senior VP of Human Resources and Communications at Honeywell and USU grad, speaks to students about his career, his time at USU, and his advice for success.

Huntsman Hall

Groundbreaking for the new Huntsman Hall will soon bring a new world class building addition to the Huntsman School.
Learn more about Huntsman Hall

The Huntsman Experience

Dean Douglas Anderson, students, faculty and alumni discuss the advantages the Huntsman School of Business provides.

Huntsman Scholar Program

The Huntsman Scholar Program is a premier academic, leadership and service program for undergraduate students interested in business and global affairs.
Learn more about the Huntsman Scholar Program.

Coming Events

August 28, 2014

KPMG Friends and Family BBQ

September 01, 2014

Labor Day

September 03, 2014

Huntsman School Orientation

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Analytical Rigor

Huntsman School Success Story: Brooke Siler

Brooke Siler, '14, Economics and Biochemistry, Goldwater Scholar, 2014 Huntsman School Valedictorian. In the book Lean In, by Sheryl Sandberg, she describes that your career path should not just be climbing up the corporate ladder, but rather traversing through a jungle gym. My experience at USU...

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Professor Elected to National HR Committee

Professor Tim Gardner was recently elected to the Academy of Management Human Resource Division Executive Committee, a group that provides a disciplinary headquarters for members with specific scholarly interests around HR.

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1,101 Graduates

The Huntsman School of Business graduated 1,101 students with 676 at the undergraduate commencement ceremony in Logan on May 5, and 284 earning graduate degrees. The Huntsman Program in China graduated 141 of the undergraduate students.

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Entrepreneurial Spirit

Always an Aggie: Sterling Morris

When looking for the best college and academic experience available, Sterling Morris chose Utah State University. Sterling graduated from USU with a Master’s degree in Management Information Systems along with earning two Bachelor’s degrees in Economics and International Business.

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Dr. Vern Buehler Remembered

Dr. Vern Buehler, a heralded professor, philanthropist, and US Army veteran, passed away on July 25, 2014. “Dr. Buehler is one of the greatest examples of giving, ambition and talent I have had the pleasure of knowing. I feel blessed to call him one of my dearest friends,” said Huntsman School Dean Douglas Anderson.

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What Makes Small Businesses Successful?

Despite what he sees as a decline in new jobs, he sees great opportunity in entrepreneurism, and encourages his students to think about starting a small business. We read a lot about new high-tech businesses all the time, but Glauser is talking about the kinds of businesses that you and I can...

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Ethical Leadership

Resiliency for Entrepreneurs and Careerists

Resilience is a choice. Almost every case we studied of people who survived being lost in the wilderness said they “decided" to survive. Even an eight-year-old boy lost overnight at 11,000 feet said, “I knew I wanted to live.” The same is true for entrepreneurs and careerists who face what are...

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Minority Entrepreneurs Face Added Challenges

Sterling Bone, an assistant professor at the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business, recently completed research that shows entrepreneurs who are minorities face more obstacles to success than their Caucasian counterparts.

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Teacher Recognized for 19-Year Winning Streak with Student Club

While Professor Frank Shuman Institute of Management Accountants (IMA) student club, the chapter has won the “Gold Level Award of Excellence” 19 years in a row, the longest winning streak in the nation.

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Global Vision

A Professor Biked Across The Country To Prove The American Dream Is Changing

The numbers concerned Mike Glauser, a successful entrepreneur, business consultant, and university professor. As executive director of the Clark Center for Entrepreneurship at Utah State University, Glauser and his fellow professors are charged with helping students create their own jobs and...

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Framing Sustainability for the Free, Frugal, and Fit & Fabulous

Selling Utah State University students on a new ‘Blue Goes Green’ fee to fund sustainability projects on campus has involved connecting sustainability with the students’ desires for freedom, saving money, physical fitness, and love.

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In Jill Abramson's Firing, Was The 'Glass Cliff' To Blame?

Our research on CEOs in the Fortune 500 finds that women leaders face two significant challenges: the “glass cliff” and the “savior effect”. First, we find that women are more likely than men to be appointed CEO to struggling firms or firms in crisis.

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