Fogelman College of Business & Economics, November 2011

In this Issue...

Message from the Dean

FCBE Lands in Top 25 Percent in Key Ranking

$100,000 Donation Launches J. Austin Baker III MILE Endowed Fund

Callahan Earns Spot on Top Journal's Editorial Board

Open House, Ribbon Cutting Mark Launch of Avron B. Fogelman Center

McInish to Present at December NBER Meeting

AIS Student Chapter Selected for National Award

Bhagat Publishes 'Work Stress and Coping in the Era of Globalization'

Steinbauer Selected for 'Best Doctoral Paper'

Fogelman Professors Tapped for Pinnacle Executive Training

Authors Recognized for 'Best Papers of 2010'

Babakus, Pierce, Okunade Named Palmer Professors

Racer Wins Engaged Creative Teaching Award

Park Publishes Piece in Information and Management

Professors Jiang, McInish to Publish Study in Leading Finance Journal

Mortal to Publish Paper in Finance Research Journal

Professor Rezaee Publishes 'Financial Services Firms'

Allen Wins Academy of Management Perspectives Award

Kettinger's Book Recognized in Wall Street Journal

 

Support Your Fogelman College

Share Your Feedback

 

Links

Go To Fogelman College Website

Update Your Contact Information

Fogelman College Internships

UM Alumni Association

 

Contact Us

For information about any of our programs please contact E. Kenneth "Ziggy" Siegfried, Alumni Relations.

Kenneth (Ziggy) Siegfried

E-mail: Alumni Relations
Phone: +1 901.678.3068

 
 
Open House, Ribbon Cutting Mark Launch of Avron B. Fogelman Center

Avron Fogelman

On Sept. 20, students, faculty members, community representatives and Avron Fogelman himself converged at the Fogelman College of Business & Economics to celebrate the official launch of the Avron B. Fogelman Center for Professional Student Development.

The new center, made possible by a $1.25 million donation from Fogelman, encompasses a wide range of initiatives designed to help students across the college's majors develop the skills they need to succeed in today's competitive business climate. "It got started because of what's called Fogelman Promise, which promises that students are going to be given help with internships and other ways to make themselves more employable once they complete their degrees," said Gaylon Hall, director of the new center. "Seven Fogelman Promise initiatives are currently in place."

Those seven initiatives -- Business Etiquette, Fogelman Feeds, Fogelman Fit, Honors Program, Professionalism First!, Toastmasters and the 4Cs (communication, creativity, critical thinking and emotional control) -- each were represented at the center's launch.

Along with the grand opening of the Avron B. Fogelman Center, the college hosted an open house that highlighted FCBE's major programs, student organizations and more. Hundreds of students attended the two-day event. "That was what we wanted," said Mary Johnson, Honors Student Advisor and an organizer of the event. "We wanted to get the students out there and get them connecting with our faculty and staff. We wanted to interact with them, to show them the people here -- whether they're advising, teaching or providing other services -- are here to help them reach their academic goals."

Top

« Back

 
fcbealum@memphis.edu | +1.901.678.3068
Fogelman College of Business & Economics, Innovation Drive, Memphis, TN 38152-3120
Important Notice | FCBE Web Administration | 2011 The University of Memphis