Research

Walker College economics professor's research helps rank impact of outdoor adventure

Walker College economics professor's research helps rank impact of outdoor adventure Sep 6, 2018

Research from Walker College economics professor John Whitehead was recently used to rank the economic impact of outdoor adventure.

Faculty, Dept - ECON, Research, Front Page

Walker College faculty among top 100 human resource management researchers Aug 10, 2018

According to the authors of a new study forthcoming in Academy of Management Learning and Education, Appalachian State...

Faculty, Dept - MGT, Research, Front Page
From left, students Lucas Stinson, Daniel Paprocki and Daniel Stout at the Appalachian Energy Summit

Analytics students present research at seventh annual energy summit Aug 10, 2018

Walker College of Business students presented analytics research at the Energy Summit on the campus of Appalachian State University on July 31,...

Students, Research, Sustainable Business, Dept - CISSCM, Centers - CARE

Appalachian leads in analytics education, implements SAS Viya for students Jul 31, 2018

Thanks to an ongoing partnership with SAS Institute, Appalachian State University is on the leading edge of analytics education and research.

Faculty, Centers - CARE, Dept - CISSCM, Research
Economics professor delivers keynote address at international conference, discusses applications of economics on key social issues

Economics professor delivers keynote address at international conference, discusses applications of economics on key social issues Jun 12, 2018

Dr. Mark Strazicich, a professor in the Department of Economics at Appalachian State University, recently served as a keynote speaker for the...

Dept - ECON, Front Page, Research
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-...

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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...

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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
Photo of Energy Dashboard in Peacock Hall

Interactive dashboard in Peacock Hall offers insight on energy consumption Apr 30, 2018

An interactive screen in Peacock Hall enables those who work and learn in the building to gain insights about energy consumption.

MBA, Students, Research, Sustainable Business, Front Page