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Team From Trinity University Takes Home $12,000 From Baylor University’s Case Competition In Healthcare Management
Graduate students from universities across the nation came together at Baylor University last weekend to compete in the inaugural Robbins Case Competition in Healthcare Management. The event is hosted by the Robbins Institute for Health Policy and Leadership at Baylor’s Hankamer School of Business.

Baylor Will Host 10th Annual Dale P. Jones Business Ethics Forum
The Dale P. Jones Ethics Forum was created in 2005 to engage students, faculty, alumni and business leaders in discussions of major ethical issues facing the business world.

The 10th Annual Business Ethics Forum begins Tuesday, Nov. 3, and continues through Friday, Nov. 13. The theme of this year’s forum is “The Ethics of Health and Wellness.”

Career Management Department Launches New Platform to Help Students Get Hired
This year with the addition of the Paul L. Foster Campus for Business and Innovation, the Hankamer School of Business Office of Career Management launched a new program available only to business school students called Handshake, a modern career services management platform.

Baylor MBA Candidates Partner with Zambian Students for Business Consulting
Baylor University MBA candidates and Northrise University undergraduate students teamed up in June for the annual African Global Initiative course in Ndola, Zambia. The seven Baylor Business students and twelve Northrise students formed five teams to work for three local businesses on projects involving human resources, entrepreneurship, pricing structures and marketing campaigns.

Promoting Hands-On Learning: Undergraduates as Business Consultants
Prior to becoming a Baylor faculty member in fall 2014, Sara Perry, assistant professor of Management, taught organizational behavior at the University of Houston—Downtown. With a university initiative for service learning, Perry and two fellow faculty members created a transformational learning opportunity for their students.

A Consumer Dilemma: More Kale or Less Cake?
As time goes on, more and more people are monitoring their food consumption in an attempt to lose weight or improve their overall health. But, should consumers focus on avoiding unhealthy foods or on eating more healthy foods? After seeing countless articles and headlines with titles such as “Foods You Should Avoid at All Costs” and “Best Foods for Your Health,” Assistant Professor of Marketing Meredith E. David wanted to find out for herself.

Study: Hey, Advertising and Marketing Pros! Before You ‘Go Thin,’ Think Again
Here’s the skinny: Not all women will buy products because the models in the advertisements are thin, according to a new study of a diverse group of 239 women by a Baylor University marketing professor.

The Challenges of Free Trade Across the Atlantic
Joe McKinney, Ben H. Williams Professor of International Economics and associate director of the McBride Center for International Business, is an expert in international trade policy. He has testified before the Trade Subcommittee of the U.S. House of Representatives’ Ways and Means Committee, the U.S. International Trade Commission on the economic effects of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), and the U.S. Trade Deficit Review Commission concerning the implications of persistent trade deficits.

Learn, Teach, Repeat
Accounting and Business Law Professor Bill Thomas has a long history with Baylor University. Thomas is a “double bear;” he holds a BBA and an MBA from Baylor. He went on to get his PhD from the University of Texas at Austin before returning to Baylor to teach. Since then, he has taught at Baylor for a total of 39 years.

ProSales Takes Top Team and Individual Honors in National Competition
Baylor’s Professional Selling program (Baylor ProSales) finished 4th overall, out of 67 universities, in the National Collegiate Sales Competition (NCSC) at Kennesaw State University.

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