Panel Discussion of Astute Business Alums Presidential Council of Alumnae (PCA)

The School of Business and Economics hosted a panel discussion on Thursday, September 22, 2016 in the Memorial Union Building Alumni Lounge.  Students, faculty, staff and community members learned about the panelists’ career choices and professional experiences. This event was associated with the 20-year anniversary of the Presidential Council of Alumnae.

In the picture, Dana Johnson, Professor of Supply Chain and Engineering Management, Michigan Tech (standing) was one of the two moderators for the panel. The other moderator was Suzanne Sanregret, Athletic Director, Michigan Tech (not pictured).


From left to right (seated) are: Marie Cleveland, Worldwide Account Manager, FedEx Services, Denise Blankinship, Vice President, Strategic Projects, The Church Pension Group, Joyce Ten Haken, Managing Partner/CPA, Ten Haken, Hinz & Company, and Carrie Schaller, Business Process Director – Manufacturing Operations, Dow Chemical.

All moderators and panelists have been inducted as members in the PCA.  After the panel discussion, students briefly spoke with the panelist and asked additional questions.

If you have any questions, please contact Dana Johnson

Yumuang, Management Student, Selected to All-GLIAC Honorable Mention Team

Michigan Tech men’s tennis senior Built Yumuang (Bangkok, Thailand) has been named to the All-GLIAC Honorable Mention Team, it was announced today Sunday by the league.Built

Yumuang compiled a 5-4 GLIAC record while playing at the No. 3 singles position for the Huskies this spring. Additionally, Yumuang notched a 4-5 in GLIAC matches at No. 2 doubles where he was paired with Nick Kremkow or Ricardo Paes.

The All-GLIAC Honorable Mention citation was the third in a row for Yumuang.

Michigan Tech finished the 2016 season with a 5-11 overall record.

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Economic Equality and Entrepreneurship: SBE Faculty Publish Top Paper

1-27-16 Tech Today

A paper about the role that economic inequality may play on entrepreneurial entry, co-authored by Emanuel Xavier-Oliveira (SBE) and Andre Laplume (SBE) (as well as Pathak from KSU), was chosen as one of the top 10 papers of the year 2015 published in the Human Relations Journal (ranked #5 in Social Sciences, Interdisciplinary).

This recognition is awarded by the journal’s editorial team to the papers that best encapsulate broad readership appeal, sound methods and whose theories advance knowledge.