ARTICLES BY Bridgette A. Lacy

  • February 11, 2019
    Fuqua’s new certificate in Management Science and Technology Management (MSTeM) will equip students with skills in analytics and management technology, says Russ Morgan, senior associate dean for full-time programs.
  • February 11, 2019
    Wesley M. Cohen, professor of economics and management and the Snow Family Professor of business administration at Fuqua, was recognized as one of 17 Citation Laureates for 2018 by Clarivate Analytics for his work on innovative labor.
  • February 11, 2019
    More working parents and West Coast residents are applying to the Weekend Executive M.B.A. program since the in-person residency requirement has been reduced to one weekend per month, says Mohan Venkatachalam, senior associate dean for executive programs.
  • February 11, 2019
    Oris Stuart M.B.A. ’89 knows how to find common ground with people. “I firmly believe through a series of questions you can find a significant amount of commonality with most people you come in contact with,” he says. “When you look at hobbies, religious beliefs, and values, there are so many more similarities between us than there are differences.”
  • February 11, 2019
    Keisha Cutright grew up in a Southern Baptist family in Cincinnati. “I didn’t realize how religious the household was until I went to college. I didn’t think we were different than the masses,” she says. Eventually, her family’s system of beliefs would lay the foundation for the associate professor of marketing’s groundbreaking research.
  • Associate professor Ashleigh Shelby Rosette's class, Women in Leadership, has proven to be a popular and timely addition to Fuqua's course catalog.
    February 11, 2019
    Swithin George M.B.A. ’19 already knew a lot about leadership when he came to Fuqua. As the lead manager for the Enterprise Architecture team at Caesars Entertainment, he’d been tasked with architecting and executing technology integration solutions for one of the largest IT transformation initiatives under way in the gaming industry.
  • October 31, 2017
    When Lauren Gardner M.B.A. ’06 was living in a fishing village in St. Lucia, serving as a Peace Corps volunteer for small-business development, she realized she lacked some of the concrete skills needed to make a big social impact.
  • October 31, 2017
    Cathy Clark’s aha moment came more than twenty years ago, when she had lunch with Lloyd N. Morrisett, one of the creators of the groundbreaking children’s television show Sesame Street. Clark was working in communications technology at the Aspen Institute in Washington when Morrisett, the president of the Markle Foundation, explained he was a venture capitalist.Clark, now CASE’s faculty director, didn’t know what he was talking about.
  • October 31, 2017
    Jonathan Woodward’s passion to change educational opportunities for minorities is taking shape at Triangle Residential Options for Substance Abusers, better known as TROSA, a comprehensive program in Durham that helps people recover from addiction.
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