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Sywassink Award winners from Appalachian State University’s Walker College of Business are, from left, Greg Langdon, Jamie Parson, Onur Ince, Jane Fitchlee, Dawn Medlin, Jesse Pipes and Pia Albinsson. (Photo by Sabrina Cheves)

Seven receive Sywassink Awards for Excellence from Walker College of Business Jul 17, 2018

BOONE—Five Appalachian State University faculty members and two staff members in the Walker College of Business have received the college's 2018 Sywassink Awards for Excellence.

Faculty, Front Page, Dept - CISSCM, Dept - ECON, Dept - FIN, Dept - MGT, Dept - MKT, Centers - Brantley Risk and Insurance
8 earn professorships in Appalachian’s Walker College of Business

8 earn professorships in Appalachian’s Walker College of Business Jun 18, 2018

Drs. Tracy Reed, Tammy Kowalczyk, Heather Dixon-Fowler and Ash Morgan have been awarded professorships in Appalachian State University's Walker College of Business.

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Finance professor offers expert advice on balance transfer credit cards Jun 14, 2018

WalletHub recently posted an article about balance transfer credit cards...

Faculty, Dept - FIN
From upper left, clockwise: Appalachian Business Professors Pia Albinsson, Dana Clark, Heather Dixon-Fowler, Pete Groothuis, Scott Hunsinger, Tammy Kowalczyk, Ash Morgan and Tracy Reed

Eight earn professorships in Walker College of Business May 24, 2018

About the Awards

Appalachian State University professors Tracy Reed, Tammy Kowalczyk, Heather Dixon-...

Faculty, Front Page, Research, Walker College News, Dept - ACC, Centers - CERPA, Dept - CISSCM, Dept - ECON, Dept - MGT, Dept - MKT

WIN staff service day proves a win for university community May 22, 2018

Staff at Appalachian State University took to campus grounds recently to paint handrails, remove litter and perform various other tasks as part...

Faculty, Sustainable Business, Service, Front Page
Walker College to offer Summer STEM program for girls

Walker College to offer Summer STEM program for girls May 10, 2018

Appalachian State University will offer Aspire IT, a summer...

Faculty, MBA, Dept - CISSCM, Front Page
A lower quantity and quality of students enroll at a university after men’s basketball scandals, according to a working paper co-authored in the Walker College of Business. Al Sermeno Photography/Shutterstock.com

Tournament bans impact universities’ enrollment, Appalachian study finds May 5, 2018

BOONE, N.C. — Does a university’s athletic scandal impact its enrollment? Yes, according to a working paper by Appalachian State University...

Faculty, Research, Front Page

Students in cross-disciplinary program IOHRM present research in Chicago Apr 30, 2018

Nine Appalachian State University students presented their research at the 2018 Annual...

Students, Faculty, Dept - MGT, Research

Student economists estimate impact of five major High Country events Apr 23, 2018

Students from Appalachian State University's student chapter of the National Association for Business Economics and faculty in...

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YOUTH GIVEN STEM OPPORTUNITIES THROUGH $1 MILLION GRANT

YOUTH GIVEN STEM OPPORTUNITIES THROUGH $1 MILLION GRANT Apr 10, 2018

Professor of Information Systems Lakshmi Iyer is co-principal investigator for the study.

Faculty, Dept - CISSCM, Research