Meir Statman : Investor, Know Yourself : Wall Street Journal
Glenn Klimek Professor of Finance Meir Statman wrote the anchor article on getting a grip on your emotions when investing, for the Wall Street Journal’s Wealth Management Report Special Section.
Tammy Madsen : Siri vs. Google Now : Marketplace
Tammy Madsen, Professor of Management in the Leavey School of Business was quoted in an article about Google Now.
Megan Thompson : YEP of the Year Award Recipient : Cal CPA
Congratulations to Megan Thompson, member of the Leavey School of Business Certificate of Advanced Accounting Proficiency (CAAP) program, for being awarded the Young Emerging Professionals of the Year Award by the Cal CPA.
Kirthi Kalyanam : Fit Club - Online Sizing : Happy Customer
JCPenney Professor of Research, Kirthi Kalyanam, is quoted in an article dealing with the issue of sizing in online retail websites.
Brienne Ghafourifar : 17 year-old SCU Grad co-founds Palo-Alto Startup : Mercury News
SCU grad, Brienne Ghafourifar ’12, co-founded the Palo-Alto start-up Entefy with her brother Alston. Read about her experience and what her SCU professors had to say about her.
Carrie Pan & Meir Statman : Recipients of IMCA’s 2013 Edward D. Baker III Journal Award
Congratulations to Professor of Finance Carrie Pan and Glen Klimek Professor of Finance Meir Statman, for being selected as the recipients of IMCA’s 2013 Edward D. Baker III Journal Award!
Hersh Shefrin : Feature : The Huffington Post
Mario L. Belotti Professor of Finance, Hersh Shefrin was featured in The Huffington Post!
Kirthi Kalyanam : Tablets as Cash Registers : The New York Times
JCPenney Professor of Research, Kirthi Kalyanam, is quoted in a New York Times article about the trend of tablets replacing cash registers in many businesses around the country.
Alex Field : Apple Shares : NBC Bay Area
Economics professor Alex Field was featured in an interview on the NBA Bay Area AM News regarding shares of Apple.
Hannah Watanabe : Social Media Marketing : EDACafe Blog
An interview with alumna Hannah Watanabe in an EDACafe blog included her comments about how a marketing class project at SCU helped her land her job at Synopsys.