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Adjunct faculty member Michael Fagel was interviewed by the Associated Press and several national media outlets regarding the recent online threat of violence against The University of Chicago. 

Read the article in The New York Times here.

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The paper “Accelerating the Global Adoption of Electric Vehicles--Barriers and Drivers”, by Ghazale Haddadian, Clinical Assistant Professor of Operations and Energy Management,  has been accepted for publication in the December issue of Elsevier's Electricity Journal, the leading journal in electric power policy. Co-authors include Mohammad Shahidehpour, Bodine Chair Professor and Director of Robert W. Galvin Center for Electricity Innovation at IIT, and Mohammad Khodayar (Southern Methodist University)....

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Christine Miller, Clinical Associate Professor of Innovation, presented her paper “Enchanted Objects, Social Robots and the Internet of Things” at the 114th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association in Denver, November 18-22, as part of an invited panel.  Abstracts for both the presentation and the panel can be found below. 

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How do our relationships with objects change as they become less “thing-like” and more like sentient beings? This paper addresses the issues of

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Smriti Anand, Assistant Professor of Management, presented her paper “Individual Deals within Workgroups: The Role of Relative I-deals for Employee Performance” at the annual meeting of the Southern Management Association (SMA) in St. Pete Beach, Florida. ...

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Matthew Dixon, Assistant Professor of Finance, has been invited to speak at the Intel Development summit in Austin, Texas and will present a peer-reviewed paper at one of the workshops. He will also present the paper at the Intel Software Development Conference London 2015 in December. ...

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The paper “Early-Stage Entrepreneurial Financing: A Signaling Perspective” by Liad Wagman, Associate Professor of Economics, has been accepted for publication by the Journal of Banking and Finance. The paper is co-authored by Jin-Hyuk Kim (University of Colorado at Boulder). In addition, a proposal submitted by Wagman to the George Mason University School of Law Privacy Fellowship has been accepted. Wagman was also invited by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to be a panel member at the FTC workshop...

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Stuart School of Business students in MBA 586: Strategic Marketing Management, taught by Rob Nelson, Adjunct Faculty and Industry Expert, recently provided a comprehensive market analysis to their “client” company Wheelz On Time, Inc., a rent-to-own tire financing business and Chicago Innovation Awards nominee.

As part of the course, students are divided into teams to work with real-world clients, including many...

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Two Stuart students, Irma Rios (B.S. BA) and Rachel Choe (M.B.A./M.S. MAC) were selected to participate in the ThinkChicago: Chicago Ideas Week program, which will run from October 15-17. As finalists, these students (along with eight other Illinois Tech students and a total of 150 representatives from universities across the country) will have a behind-the-scenes look at Chicago Ideas Week, including opportunities to
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Alumnus Ron Rashkow (Economics ‘64), CEO of Rashkow Professional Management Services, hosted “Ask an Entrepreneur” for the Knapp Entrepreneurship Center on September 9. The lunchtime discussion provided an opportunity for students to get answers about serving customer needs, solving customer problems, profit margins, overcoming setbacks, and inspiring employees.

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Third-year Ph.D. student Weiquan Cheng presented his paper "Knowledge for Sustainable Development” at the Conference on Knowledge, Culture, and Change in Organizations held August 4-5 at University of Oxford's Saïd Business School. The paper, co-authored by Nasrin R. Khalili...

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