School of Business & Management

School of Business and Management hosts new Leadership Minor

By Mike Kelley, PhD Associate Professor, Civil Engineering The leadership minor offers students a means to expand their knowledge and experience in leadership via an informally guided, multidisciplinary journey of academic exploration and discovery. Newly offered this 2014-15 academic year, the minor builds on the premise that leadership development …

An intern’s inside view of the business of baseball

By Taylor Kacur, Class of 2015, Accounting and Management Throughout my years at Norwich, I have heard a lot of professors in the School of Business and Management stress the importance of internships and the unique knowledge students gain from such opportunities. During my junior year, I wanted to acquire my own real-world experience. I knew that a …

Students hear from finance, real estate experts in Montreal

On April 24, 2014 Professors Mehdi Mohaghegh and Alex Chung took their finance and money and banking classes to Montreal to explore the city and meet experts in the fields of corporate finance and real estate investment. Following lunch at the Yas Restaurant, the students heard from Norwich MBA alumnus Donna Lisk, the chief financial officer of Lacoste, …

Faculty Awards & Research

Faculty Awards Akhan Almagambetov, PhD lecturer in Norwich University’s Department of Computer Science, was recently awarded Syracuse University’s All-University Doctoral Prize for best dissertation for his thesis, “Toward computationally lightweight stationary and mobile computer vision-based traffic surveillance for assistive devices in …

Management, accounting students get a taste of the Big Apple

Alex W.H. Chung, PhD, Assistant Professor Rebecca Sweem ‘16 Climbing into two Norwich University vans on the morning of November 20, 2013, the students of Mehdi Mohagegh and Alex Chung took off to New York City to broaden their horizons in one of the world’s premiere financial centers. Professors Chung and Mohagegh planned the field trip to help …

NU students win at bringing the fun to serious business

By David J. Blythe, Associate Professor, Management Free enterprise and entrepreneurship are alive and well at Norwich University, at least based on the performance of the University’s team at the 2nd Annual “Free Enterprise Marathon” held on March 7 and hosted by SUNY Plattsburgh. The event consisted of three separate competitive aspects: the …