April 2018

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Lawrence G. Singleton, Ph.D., CPA
Dean, School of Management

Lawrence Singleton

After what felt like an endless winter, spring seems to have finally arrived here in Poughkeepsie. And although the cold temperatures stuck around far too long, they didn't affect the enthusiasm of our SOM students, faculty and staff.
In this newsletter, you'll read about two of our professors who used the upcoming Renewable Energy Conference as a case study in their classrooms. Professor Ann Davis received a Faculty Recognition Award for her research in economics. Prof. Jay Bainbridge assisted the French government in its count of the homeless in Paris. The student-organized Ethics Week was a well-attended success, and Prof. J. Donald Warren, Jr. notes that no fewer than seven alumni working in accounting or finance have made presentations to our students in the last year. Also this month, we profile recent graduate Sean Sullivan '15 and veteran professor (and successful book author) Helen Rothberg.

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Dean Lawrence G. Singleton

High energy marketing
SOM marketing profs use the upcoming Renewable Energy Conference as a case study.  Read more >>

Decisions, decisions

Students in the SOM's three honor societies organize this semester's Ethics Week programs.  Read more >>  

Professor Ann Davis lauded for research work

Davis received a Faculty Recognition Award for her research into economic theory. Read more >>

Transatlantic helping hand

Prof. Jay Bainbridge assists Parisians in a count of the city's homeless population. Read more >>

Returning the favor

Alumni working in finance and accounting share what they've learned with current students. Read more >>

Alumni Profile:  Sean Sullivan '15

This Citigroup trader landed his job with the help of SOM alumni.  Read more >>

Getting to Know... Prof. Helen Rothberg

The veteran professor discusses her new book, the qualities of effective leaders and the joy she finds in teaching.

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