Faculty, Staff and Student Accomplishments

Read all of April's faculty, staff and student accomplishments in the School of Business.

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Faculty Accomplishment

Gwendolyn A. Tedeschi, Ph.D., assistant professor of economics, spoke at the second annual Siena College Fair Trade Colleges and Universities Conference on April 13.
 

Student Accomplishments

As part of the inaugural Charles J. Gargano Lecture Series, Aneel G. Karnani, Ph.D., associate professor of corporate strategy and international business at the Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan, visited the College on April 19. Karnani is the author ofFighting Poverty Together: Rethinking Strategies for Business, Governments, and Civil Society to Reduce Poverty, and discussed aspects of his book at the event.
 
Natalia Boliari, Ph.D., visiting professor of economics, integrated an assignment from her Economics of Public Issues course with the April 19 event and Karnani’s book. Three students from her class wrote analytic reviews on specific chapters of the book and participated in the question and answer portion of the event. The students and reviews included Amanda Ferrarotto ’12 (communication and economics) and Romanticizing the Poor; Christina Costas ’12 (finance and economics) and Civil Society; and Nicholas Miras ’12 (economics and global business studies) and Microcredit Misses Its Mark.