Sustainable Business

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Westerman to edit Human Resource Management Review special issue on sustainable HRM Sep 13, 2017

Appalachian State University Director of Sustainable Business Jim Westerman will serve as editor of a special issue of the...

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Bobby Kennedy Jr. Caps ASU’s Walker College ‘Business for Good’ Summit in Blowing Rock Sep 12, 2017

The Walker College of Business at Appalachian State University held its third annual Business for Good ...

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Accounting professor earns grant from Aspen Institute; graduate students will research on IBM case study

Accounting professor earns grant from Aspen Institute; graduate students will research on IBM case study Aug 29, 2017

Appalachian State University Professor of Accounting Tammy Kowalczyk has been awarded a 2017 Faculty Micro-Grant...

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Meznar named Associate Dean for Global and Civic Engagement Jul 24, 2017

Dr. Martin Meznar has been named Associate Dean for Global and Civic Engagement for the Walker...

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Appalachian State University students Sarah Willis, Trace Edmunds, Nikolas Kapetanich-Pittser, Jordan Silcox, Sloan Evans, Alex Angeli, and Walker College Associate Dean Sandra Vannoy stand in front of the iconic Ferris wheel at the site of the long-abandoned Pripyat amusement park near Chernobyl.

Students travel to Moscow, Kiev and Chernobyl, 31 years after nuclear disaster Jul 19, 2017

Students from Appalachian State University recently visited Chernobyl, 31 years after the ...

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Beekeeper Dr. James Wilkes ’87, chair of Appalachian’s Department of Computer Science, manages 100 bee colonies on his family farm. His scholarly research, conducted in part with Dr. Joe Cazier and Dr. Ed Hassler, includes tracking and analyzing beekeeping management practices. Photo submitted

Saving the bees: Appalachian students and faculty researchers seek to recover declining honeybee population Jul 14, 2017

Faculty in the College of Arts and Sciences and Walker College of Business are seeking to establish a standardized platform for consistent and...

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The Westermans in front of their home, which holds 50 solar panels and generates enough power for their family of four, with extra to share. The Westermans in front of their home, which holds 50 solar panels and generates enough power for their family of four, with extra to share.

Appalachian professors practice what they teach, operate their home at net-positive energy use with solar panels Jul 11, 2017

Drs. Jim and Jennifer Westerman, both professors at Appalachian State University, made a decision that has saved the equivalent of 276 trees and...

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Business professors to speak on sustainable electricity during 2017 RECONNECT workshop

Business professors to speak on sustainable electricity during 2017 RECONNECT workshop Jun 7, 2017

Walker College of Business professors Joseph Cazier and Ed Hassler will present on sustainable electricity and...

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(L-R): Ethan Downs, Ryan Olsen, Trey Edgerton, Micah Miller, and Tammy Kowalczyk

Walker College graduate students compete in Aspen Institute's Business & Society Case Competition May 11, 2017

A cross-disciplinary team of graduate students from Appalachian State University's Walker College of Business recently participated in the...

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