Sustainable Business

Sustainable business professor warns that climate change initiatives may be other casualty of the pandemic Jun 30, 2020

Walker College of Business Sustainability Director, Dr. Rajat Panwar, predicts a downturn in sustainability initiatives due to the global...

Sustainable Business, Faculty, Global and Civic Engagement
Rajat Panwar

Walker College sustainable business director offers five ways for corporate sustainability professionals to make strides during COVID-19 Jun 15, 2020

A new article from Dr. Rajat Panwar, Sustainable Business Director for the Walker College of Business at Appalachian State...

Sustainable Business, Faculty, Dept - MGT, Research
Dr. Joseph Cazier, left, and Dr. James Wilkes, members of Appalachian’s Center for Analytics Research and Education (CARE) team, check on beehives installed on Howard Street in Boone. Cazier is a professor in the Department of Computer Information Systems, and Wilkes is a professor in the Department of Computer Science.

Counting bees, because bees count — App State creates pollinator-tracking app May 18, 2020

BOONE, N.C. — “You can’t manage what you can’t measure,” is a saying attributed to Peter Drucker (1909–2005), one of the most widely known and...

Sustainable Business, Research, Faculty, Centers - CARE, Dept - CISSCM, Front Page
#WalkerAbroad Spring 2020 Winners

Spring 2020 #WalkerAbroad Photo Contest Winners Announced Apr 23, 2020

While 18 business students and faculty members at Appalachian State University submitted more than 50 photos for the Spring 2020...

International, Students, Front Page, Dept - MKT, Sustainable Business

Alumni transition business from outdoor gear production to face mask production amid pandemic shortages Apr 5, 2020

In recent weeks, America's healthcare system has seen a mass shortage of PPE, personal protective equipment, and some citizens are assisting with...

Alumni, Dept - FIN, Dept - MGT, Holland Fellows, Sustainable Business, Front Page, COVID-19
Chase Warrington '08 and his wife, Allison, and their 50-pound husky Koda in Valencia, Spain, where they live and work remotely

Walker College alumnus offers tips for employees working from home Mar 26, 2020

Working remotely is top-of-mind for many Americans during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Alumni, Holland Fellows, Front Page, Staff, Sustainable Business, International, COVID-19
Dr. Sandra Vannoy is an Ashe County native who has served in a variety of roles in the Walker College of Business, including acting dean

Vannoy featured in Mountain Times publications Mar 23, 2020

A recent post from Mountain Times publications features Walker College of Business Dean Sandra Vannoy.

Faculty, Sustainable Business, MBA