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Plemmons Leadership Medallion recipients pose with their awards during the Student Affairs Leadership and Legacy awards ceremony on April 26 in Appalachian’s Plemmons Student Union. Pictured, from right to left, are Appalachian alumni Roy Dale Cox ’19 and Jon Garst ’19; Traci Royster, director of staff development and strategic initiatives; Dr. Harry Davis, the NCBA Professor of Banking in Appalachian’s Department of Finance, Banking and Insurance; Nikki Crees, executive director of University College’s ori

Finance and banking professor earns Plemmons Medallion
Aug 14, 2019

BOONE, N.C. — Six members of the Appalachian State University Community were awarded W.H. Plemmons Leadership Medallions in recognition of their eff...

Accounting professor's article in Strategic Finance earns certificate of merit in Lybrand Competition.

Accounting professor's article in Strategic Finance earns certificate of merit in Lybrand Competition
Jul 22, 2019

An article by accounting professor Kim Zahller has earned a certificate of merit in the Lybrand Competition, presented by Strategic Fin...

Advertising research will help marketers know when to invest in ad creativity

Advertising research will help marketers know when to invest in ad creativity
Jun 26, 2019

Research on advertisement creativity from Walker College Marketing Professor Ilgım Dara Benoit was recently published in the Journal of Consumer Mark...

The winners of the Walker College of Business’ 2019 Sywassink Awards for Excellence. Pictured, from left to right, are Amy Odom ’03, Dr. Rachel Shinnar, Dr. Mary Stolberg ’14, Dr. Peter Groothuis, Dr. Pennie Bagley, Michelle Boisclair and Dr. Dana Clark.

Walker College of Business faculty and staff honored with 2019 Sywassink Awards for Excellence
Jun 21, 2019

BOONE, N.C. — Five faculty and two staff members in Appalachian State University’s Walker College of Business have been recognized with ...

Supply chain management program to transition to Department of Marketing

Supply chain management program to transition to Department of Marketing
Jun 14, 2019

BOONE, N.C. — Effective Fall 2019, Appalachian State University's supply chain management degree program will transition from the Department of Comp...

Stec named experiential learning faculty fellow in business

Stec named experiential learning faculty fellow in business
Jun 10, 2019

Mr. Bob Stec, a management lecturer in the Walker College of Business, has been named experiential learning faculty fellow at Appalachian State Univer...

Stallworth named director of Master of Science in Accounting program at Appalachian State University

Stallworth named director of Master of Science in Accounting program at Appalachian State University
Jun 10, 2019

Dr. Lynn Stallworth has been named program director of the Master of Science in Accounting program at Appalachian State University, effective July 1, ...

The pictured Walker College of Business faculty members are Dr. Jamie Parson, Assistant Professor of Finance (pictured fourth from left), Dr. Lakshmi Iyer, Professor of Information Systems and Director of the Applied Data Analytics program (fourth from right) and Dr. Dinesh Dave, professor  and director of supply chain management (third from right).

Walker College faculty members pictured in India's Business Standard
Jun 7, 2019

A photo of Appalachian State University faculty working alongside faculty in the Kristu Jayanti School of Management was recently published in In...

Rows of solar panels line the south-facing side of the Horse Helpers of the High Country barn in Zionville. The panels power the barn as well as the organization’s approximately 2 acres of electric fencing.

Solar barn installed at Horse Helpers of the High Country with energy grant from App State
Jun 3, 2019

BOONE, N.C. — Appalachian State University’s mission of sustainability doesn’t end at its campus borders. Partnering with local organizations, t...

$25,000 Biotech grant will fund CARE bee research

$25,000 Biotech grant will fund CARE bee research
May 31, 2019

Appalachian State University's Center for Analytics Research and Education (CARE) has received a $25,000 grant from the North Carolina Biotechnology C...