AU in the News

11/11/20Kalamas is part of expert panel on job market trends for new grads Joan Kalamas, a professional instructor of business management in the AU Dauch College of Business & Economics, was recently part of panel of experts discussing what recent college graduates can expect as they enter the job market. The panel was assembled by Zippia, a website for companies who want to recruit top-level staff and job seekers who want to empower their career aspirations.

Kalamas offered her opinions on the type of skills new graduates will need, in what cities jobs are located and how technology will affect the job market in the next five years.

10/05/20Hovsepian part of Zippia panel of job market experts Assistant Professor of Marketing Kris Hovsepian was part of a panel of experts convened by Zippia, a website for companies who want to recruit top-level staff and job seekers who want to empower their career aspirations.

Hovsepian offered advice she would give to a graduate beginning his or her career as part of a larger discussion about current job market trends.

 

7/28/20Rebecca Schmeller compares personal, business finance in Wallet Hub article  

Dr Rebecca Schmeller, an assistant professor of management in the AU Dauch College of Business & Economics, was featured in a recent WalletHub.com post about business credit and credit cards best suited for specific types of businesses.

Schmeller compared and contrasted business finance and personal finance, specifically as it each related to budgeting, return on investment, debt and diversification, among others.

WalletHub, owned by Evolution Finance Inc. and based in Washington, D.C., provides reviews of financial products, professionals and companies and maintains a diverse community of subject matter experts.

 

 

4/20/20COBE Dean Dr. Elad Granot was featured in a Cleveland WEWS-TV 5 news series titled "The Rebound: Northeast Ohio." style="box-sizing: content-box; margin-top: 0px; margin-bottom: 10px; line-height: 1.6; color: rgb(68, 68, 68); font-family: Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; background-color: rgba(255, 255, 255, 0.85);">The series by Jonathan Walsh deals with how the area will recover once the pandemic is over. Dr. Granot talked about how retail will be different, and noted that how we communicate and travel will be different also. See the interview at

https://www.news5cleveland.com/rebound/the-rebound-northeast-ohio-what-does-that-look-like

3/19/20Christopher Chartier tells Scientific American that his PSA is taking COVID-19 behavioral health online research proposals AU Associate Professor of Psychology Christopher Chartier told Scientific American that the Psychological Science Accelerator (PSA), a network that includes more than 700 researchers in 70 countries, put out a call for “rapid and impactful study proposals on COVID-19,” and it received more than 50 submissions by Tuesday. Chartier, the PSA's founder and director, said the group hopes evaluate the proposals and launch projects within the next week. “The whole idea is to get the evidence out there as real-time as we can,” he said. “We’re hoping to consistently pump out updates and give the timely information to folks that might use it.”

AU Associate Professor of Political Science Rene Paddags offered some insight into the benefits and drawbacks of living in a state capital for WalletHub, which recently ranked those cities. (Note: Austin, Texas got the top rank, while Columbus came in sixth).
 
Paddags noted when choosing a capital city in which to live, the top considerations likely should be salaries and wages, number of open positions, the existence of a vibrant civil society, length of residency and whether government jobs create social tension.

2/25/20AU's Rene Paddags notes ups and downs of living in a capital city for WalletHub  

The article is subtitled: "We should be 'hidden with Christ'—which means rejecting social and political identities and staying above the fray on issues like impeachment." 


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2/07/20Dr. Elad Granot talks about brick-and-mortar retail survival in WEWS segment Dr. Elad Granot, dean of the Dauch College of Business & Economics, was featured in a WEWS NewsChannel 5 segment about which brick-and-mortar stores are thriving, while others are shuttering their windows. Those experiencing success and expansion -- including Sephora and Ulta Beauty -- offer shoppers a vital experiential opportunity that others cannot or do not.

The story aired in the aftermath of the announcement that Macy's will close 125 underperforming stores over the next three years.

Ashland University accounting students Tayler McPherran (senior) and Cameron Deal (junior) were featured on the Ohio Society of CPA's "The State of Business" podcast.
 
The two discussed how to make the most of a career fair experience, including how to prepare an elevator speech, what to wear, dealing with nerves and the value of following up afterward. They also highlighted some of the AU Career Services advice and services that have benefited them.
 

1/28/20AU students featured on OSCPA "State of Business" podcast  

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