Management professor, Merideth Ferguson, latest study finds dual career couples with the same occupations or work places may have a happier family life and less job and family tension as a result of the work-related support they can offer one another.Click here to watch her interview.
Huntsman student Wendy Bosshardt shares her experiences at the Huntsman School of Business and her life-changing extracurricular activities. Watch her story.
Economics professor, Devon Gorry, explains her latest research on Today.com. The analysis of thousands of American retirees, published this month by the National Bureau of Economic Research, found the positive changes have a continuing impact and don't fade over time. "Retirement has long lasting benefits to individual well-being," the report concludes.
Professor Merideth Ferguson's research on how abusive bosses affect their subordinates’ relationships at home is cited in the following Tesh.com article on when to know it's time to get a new job.
Senior Vice President at Macy's and Huntsman alumnus, Dustin Jones, gives his advice on education, careers and life. Watch his video.
Huntsman School Alumnus and Entrepreneur, Steve Palmer shares what it takes to become an exceptional leader and make an impact on those you lead. Read the article.
Two USU Teams Win Top Spots in National Ethics in Action Video Competition with their videos about social media, bribery and corruption in a business environment. Watch the winning competition videos.
2014 has seen a plethora of success for Huntsman students and alumni. Watch a recap of just a few of them.
Make a sustainable difference in the world, and increase the value of your education through this transformative international internship.Learn more about SEED.
The Huntsman Scholar Program is the premier program for undergraduate students interested in business and global affairs. The aim of this program is to provide students with challenging academic opportunities, unique experiences outside the classroom, and personal faculty mentorship.
Groundbreaking for the new Huntsman Hall will soon bring a new world class building addition to the Huntsman School.
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Dean Douglas Anderson, students, faculty and alumni discuss the advantages the Huntsman School of Business provides.
Work-Linked Couples are Happier and More Productive
Wendy Bosshardt - Student Success Story
Retirement boosts happiness, improves health, study finds
Know When It's Time To Get A New Job
Senior VP at Macy's, Dustin Jones
7 Things Every Employee Wants in a Boss
Ethics in Action Video Competition
A YEAR OF STUDENT SUCCESS
What is Small Enterprise Education and Development (SEED) all about?
Huntsman Scholar Program
The Huntsman Experience
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October 09, 2015Sales Career Exploration
October 13, 2015Go Global Fair
October 14, 2015Career Seminar - Zach Ames
October 14, 2015Company Visit - Qualtrics
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Dual career couples with the same occupations or work places may have a happier family life and less job and family tension as a result of the work-related support they can offer one another.Read More
Economics and Finance professor, John Gilbert returned to the Huntsman School this semester after taking a year-long research leave in Tokyo, Japan. His time was spent at the Graduate School of Economics at Hitotsubashi University, one of the leading research universities in Japan and a hub for work in Professor Gilbert’s primary field of international economics.Read More
This month two MIS professors were recognized for outstanding research and thought leadership in their field. Professor Pam Dupin-Bryant received the International Association for Computer Information Systems (IACIS) Ben Bauman Award for Excellence award which recognizes a faculty member who has compiled an outstanding record of professional service, teaching, and scholarship, and has made significant contributions to their university and their profession.Read More
Jameson shares how creativity and a few cupcakes opened job opportunities in New York City.Read More
Marketing and MIS student, Trevor Gonzalez shares his experience at the Wake Forest Marketing Summit and how he took what he learned in the classroom to the real world.Read More
The unofficial mantra of the Huntsman School of Business is "Dare Mighty Things" and USU Alumnus Paul Parkinson displays in his new book how daring mighty things requires people to look outside of themselves. Unselfish: Love Thy Neighbor As Thy Selfie, was released last month as a counterbalance to the current "selfie" culture prevalent in popular media.Read More
Last month, the USU Office of Research and Graduate Studies held Research Week, its annual celebration of student and faculty research. Huntsman student Grant Holyoak was one of eight students who presented at Research Week’s culminating event, Ignite. In Ted-Talk fashion, students showed pictures and data to help relate their findings.Read More
MIS department head, Dave Olsen, says that the department saw the revolution coming. “We have had an agricultural revolution, industrial revolution, and information revolution, and now an as of yet to be named, digital revolution,” Dr. Olsen said. A few years ago the department started offering more data and analytic classes and hired faculty with a focus of research in these areas. The department now offers eight data/analytic classes instead of the original two. These classes teach the complete spectrum of data – from acquiring to mining to questioning, and then to the visual and verbal presentation of the data.Read More
Due to retirements and the addition of new resources, the Huntsman School added twenty three new faculty and staff.Read More