Leading medical supply chain expert discusses "Global Supply Chain Challenges: Is a New Economic Iron Curtain Next?"
In the end the story of Jack Drexler is not about the superhero, but the cape. It is one that many agree the humble man would not want written as he never sought such attention in his life. The list of accomplishments is long, but the friends who stood beside him are what mattered most.
Keith Leavitt, professor of management and associate dean, researches what triggers some problematic behaviors among men.
In refusing to acknowledge that they have made a mistake, narcissists fail to learn from those mistakes, a recent study from Oregon State University – Cascades College of Business found.
The College of Business is an integral part of OSU's new $10 million grant for the Global Hemp Innovation Center from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
First Alternative Natural Foods Co-op turns to MBA researchers for insights into the Thanksgiving Day intricacies of fresh turkey sales.
Oregon State University’s new Provost’s Faculty Match program will help the college hire gifted, exceptional faculty
Seismic changes in NCAA policy — students can profit during college sports — and Colleen Bee helped OSU prepare.
He discussed his goals to strengthen industry partnerships and inclusivity, and how alumni shape an institution.
Dr. Tim Carroll will become the Sara Hart Kimball Dean of Oregon State University’s College of Business.
Inara Scott examines the complicated questions about the religious rights of both corporations and employees (individuals), and the resulting litigation if these principles clash.
Murray Smith and his wife, Linda Smith, create an endowed fund in remembrance of his mother’s career as design faculty at OSU.
Managers of firms that have engaged in misconduct are significantly more likely to sell their company shares and profit early at the expense of less-informed shareholders.
Tourism in Oregon is a $12.3 billion industry employing 115,400, according to state agency Travel Oregon, making it an important “export-oriented” industry. Outside the urban areas, tourism generates roughly 10% of jobs
New schools in the College of Business facilitate faculty leadership opportunities, communications and research support.
“My expectation at that meeting was that I was the student, and I would be helping them, assisting someone. But I quickly realized that I was their researcher, expected to supply them with information they didn’t have.”
Dr. Ryann Reynolds-McIlnay finds that our haptic instinct — our desire to touch — can increase our engagement and interest in tangible as well as fully intangible objects.