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New York Air Show at Stewart International Airport

Edmond Harrison, Saint Peter’s business professor and general manager of the Port Authority, was instrumental in bringing the Annual New York Air Show to the Stewart International Airport in West Windsor, New York, and running it the past two years. In addition, he welcomed the crowd of more than 30,000 and made introductions on both […]

Golden Door International Film Festival

The Department of Business Administration, the Guarini Institute for Government and Leadership, the Department of Communication and Media Culture and the Caufield School of Education are proud to host film screenings for the critically acclaimed Golden Door International Film Festival on September 23, 24 and 25. Films will be screened in Pope Lecture Hall on […]

Business Professor Robert Donnelly Publishes Two Articles

Business Professor Robert Donnelly Publishes Two Articles

Robert Donnelly, professor of business administration in the graduate business program, recently had two articles published. Donnelly’s article, “How Building a CEO Brand Can also Build a Better Company,” was published in Chief Executive, a magazine dedicated to CEOs. Read the full article online here. AMA Quartlery published Donnelly’s article, “Tech, Recognition, Millennials, and Analytics: Training […]

Women in Power at Saint Peter’s

women in power panel

Last month the Business Law Association and accountancy/business law department hosted an event titled “Women In Power.” It featured five female attorneys, including Professor Lori Buza, who moderated the event and conducted a self defense and women’s empowerment lecture. Judge Tiffany Williams, Esq. was the keynote speaker. Kirsten Branigan, Esq., Roxy Hammett, Esq., Mary Ann […]

Shark Tank Competition Winners

student winners

Students in the “Principles of Business Management” classes pitched their business ideas in a Shark Tank competition judged by Gail Godesky, first vice president of Provident Bank, and Aleksandra Lacka, marketing expert. Congratulations to Kayla Bermeo ’18 and Jennifer Hlavac’19 for winning first prize with their Mama Laundry pitch. Professor Chanaz Gargouri started the Shark […]

Students Compete for Business Studies Abroad Grant

pak accepting award

Six business majors took part in a competition for a $3,000 grant to offset the cost of taking the “Doing Business Internationally” course, which involves a trip to Cuba during spring break this year. The merit-based grant includes a competition requiring the research, development and delivery of a 15 minute speech titled, “Cuba: Opportunity Blossoming?” […]

Grant Announced for Business Studies Abroad!

Full-time business majors with a demonstrated financial need who are registered for BA-421 are invited to apply for a new grant to assist in enabling them to take their business studies abroad. This grant defrays 100 percent of the incremental costs associated with BA-421 and does not include tuition. This year, students will have the opportunity […]

Business Professor Presents Social Entrepreneurship Paper at NYU Stern School of Business

Mary Kate Naatus, Ph.D., assistant business professor and acting director of Ignite Institute at Saint Peter’s University, presented a paper on social entrepreneurship at the 12th Annual Social Entrepreneurship Conference at the New York University Stern School of Business. The paper, Students as Social Entrepreneur Change Agents: Community Based Research and Learning, was co-authored by […]

Smoking on Campus: To Ban or Not to Ban?

ethics class

Eileen Poiani, Ph.D., special assistant to the president of Saint Peter’s University, visited the business ethics class of Professor Marilu Marcillo-Gomez, Ph.D., where she participated in a debate of whether or not smoking should be banned in all public areas of Saint Peter’s. As head of the smoking policy review task force, the visit provided […]

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