Debra Scammon, the Emma Eccles Jones Professor of Marketing and Director of the MHA program at the David Eccles School of Business sat down with the Association of University Programs in Health Administration (AUPHA) to discuss the MHA Program at the University of Utah.
iPay2x, a University of Utah student business, walked away with $5,000 at this year’s techTITANS idea competition, thanks to their new mobile-payment platform.
The iPay2x team created a platform that allows buyers to search for the best product for their needs based on price, inventory, and brand. Users can pay for the product using their mobile device, and merchants can use the technology for real-time inventory tracking. The iPay2x creators are two Masters of Science in Information Systems (MSIS) students, Anuj Gupta and Rob Brown, and a local business owner, Shreyas Kamat.
Latest American Community Survey Shows Utah’s Housing Value at $209,000 and Homeownership Rate at 69.7 Percent Post-Recession
Professional MBA Program jumps 28 spots to No. 37, and Executive MBA Program ranked No. 26 in the nation; the Executive MBA program is top four in the west
SALT LAKE CITY (November 8, 2013) – The Executive and Professional MBA programs at the University of Utah’s David Eccles School of Business ranked inside the top-40 business schools in the biennial Bloomberg Businessweek MBA rankings released Thursday. The school also finished first among all Utah business schools in these rankings. The students recognize significant salary increases.
More and more students want to be their own boss, and the David Eccles School of Business is answering that demand with a new Interdisciplinary Certificate in Entrepreneurship for undergraduate students that is available to every undergraduate in the university, regardless of their major. The certificate adds to the business school’s already nationally recognized entrepreneurship program.
Brad Vierig, associate dean of Executive MBA (EMBA), Professional MBA, and Executive Education programs with the David Eccles School of Business at the University of Utah, received the 2013 Bud Fackler Service Award from the EMBA Council.
Dr. Elizabeth Tashjian, an associate professor of Finance at the David Eccles School of Business, was honored in a campus ceremony Thursday as one of the University of Utah’s 2013 Beacons of Excellence Award recipients.
Our ability to exhibit self-control to avoid cheating or lying is significantly reduced over the course of a day, making us more likely to be dishonest in the afternoon than in the morning, according to findings published in Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science.