Four SBU Family Business Club students and a faculty member participated in Cornell University’s Families in Business Conference.
Bona students Allison Thomas, Andrea Martinez, Ben Marcus and Alissa Foster joined Cornell’s Family Business Club MBA students to participate in Cornell’s Family Business Conference held at the Statler Hotel and Johnson Business School Oct. 8-9.
The Cornell Smith Family Business Initiative funded their conference fees and an SBU gift from Betty Ramming funded their travel expenses.
Dr. Carol Wittmeyer, associate professor of management and adviser of SBU Family Business Club, participated in the panel “The Evolving Role of Women and Leadership in the Family-Owned Business.”
MBA students from the Buffalo Center visited Dresser-Rand in Olean on Oct. 17. Juan Gordillo (MBA, ’13), a Dresser-Rand application engineer (Engineered Solutions / Services), presented an extensive overview of the firm, focusing on the Siemens integration and an in-depth overview of his role in Dresser-Rand’s value chain.
Following the presentation and Q and A, Juan and Erin Palumbo, a current MBA student and Dresser employee, led plant tours.
Dr. Carl J. Case, professor of business information systems, and Darwin L. King, professor of accounting, had their paper titled "Fair Information Practices at the Fortune 500: An Examination By Organization Size and Industry Sector" published in the journal Issues in Information Systems. The paper also earned the best research paper honorable mention award by the International Association for Computer Information Systems.
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