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October 2010 : Eller Buzz
Executive briefing sessions test MBA business communication skills; Undergraduate student organizations boast record recruitment; Talking gender and the workplace with pioneering executive Susan Bulkeley Butler; Honors students attend corporate and collegiate sustainability conference; Management senior and pro DJ competes for global student entrepreneurship award; Southwest Leadership Program invests in public sector professionals; McGuire Entrepreneurship at Work: Entrepreneurship venture teams find communication solution in open innovation competition; McGuire Center welcomes new venture team mentor; Research Report: Assuring access: examining the economic impact of rural hospital legislation; Alumni Spotlights: Faham Zakariaei, BSBA Marketing ’05, and Christine Burke, MBA ’80; Student Profiles: Kelly Cummings, MBA ’11, and Aleksey Chernobelskiy, BSBA Finance and Accounting, BA Economics ’11

September 2010 : Eller Buzz
Eller Accelerated MBA program attracts focused professionals; Economics doctoral students secure National Science Foundation funding; Scholarships support undergraduate travel to China and India; Sports management students meet real-world fundraising campaign; Eller Connections: Marketing and management undergrads prep for career searches at Immersion Day; McGuire Entrepreneurship at Work: New book focuses on university technology commercialization in the idea age; Partnership gives Mexican undergraduates access to entrepreneurship program; Research Report: The cost of independence: The consequences of going above and beyond Sarbanes-Oxley regulations; Alumni Spotlights: Tony Stovall, EMBA ’08, and Nancy Nichols, BSBA Marketing ’84; Student Profiles: Missy Eddy, Accelerated MBA ’11; Jaryd L. Hickman, BSBA Business Management ’11

July-August 2010 : Eller Buzz Special Edition on Eller’s Global Focus
Eller undergrads intern with lifestyle startup in Hong Kong; Global Cohort takes 72 undergraduates to China; UA students earn business minor over summer in Spain; Inaugural Executive Ethics Symposium debates strategic mortgage defaults; Eller Connections: Navigating today’s job market as an international student; McGuire Entrepreneurship at Work: McGuire Center launches new online entrepreneurship courses; Venture team profile: TerraVoyant, LLC; Venture Team Update: Ugallery.com; Research Report: Workplace instability: exploring the influence of employee neuroticism on job performance; Alumni Spotlights: David Romero, EMBA ’06, and Heather Khan, BSBA Accounting ’97 and EMBA ’06; Student Profiles: Sarah Trainor, BSBA Finance, MIS, and Operations Management ’11, and Wilson Bastos, Ph.D. candidate in Marketing ’13

May-June 2010 : Eller Buzz
Gerry Swanson celebrates 40 years at Eller; MSI Department answers demand for information security expertise; Pre-business freshmen get a taste of Eller with El Saguarito experience; Business Communication Case Competition brings pressure and prowess; New Fund for Excellence in Finance established to honor Don Seeley; McGuire Entrepreneurship at Work: McGuire Center year concludes with unprecedented final result (with online slideshow); Venture team profile: TruckItNow.com; Research Report: Temp workers nonstandard, not substandard; Alumni Spotlights: Sangita Pawar, MBA ’09 and Martin reed, BSBA Marketing and Entrepreneurship ’07; Student Profiles: Erick Dickens, MBA ’10 and Ryan Soderquist, BSBA Finance ’10

April 2010 : Eller Buzz
UA Executive of the Year Luncheon honors Goodyear Chairman and CEO Bob Keegan (with online slideshow); MIS grad students tackle Google Online Marketing Challenge; Student-generated advertisement tops national competition; Undergrad teaching awards recognize classroom innovation, real-world learning; Eller MBAs work through the night at inernational tech strategy case competition; Eller Connections: Students connect with government agencies to investigate career opportunities; McGuire Entrepreneurship at Work: Venture team profile: Re+; New corporate entrepreneurship center announced; Law students take on new role at year-end showcase: an interview with McGuire Center director Sherry Hoskinson; Research Report: The leader who leads least leads best: new economics research yields surprising insight into leadership; Restricted access: management professor examines barriers to adoption of telemedicine model; Alumni Spotlights: Nita Umashankar, BSBA Marketing and Entrepreneurship ’04, BS Molecular and Cellular Biology ’03, and Jamie Barmach, MBA ’09; Student Profiles: Megan Shekleton, BSBA Marketing ’11, and Felipe de Mello e Souza, MBA ’11

March 2010 : Eller Buzz
Brent Seebohm initiates Excellence Fund for new sports management minor program; Eller Zipperman Scholars pay a visit to Phoenix Suns; GoodCat Hotline empowers students to report academic dishonesty; McGuire Center mentor helps Kyrgzystan jewelers; Eller MBAs visit emerging markets all over the globe; Eller underrads connect with execs in Los Angeles; Venture teams featured at Innovation Day; Planting the first seeds: Last year’s winning venture team launches; Counteracting teen’s logo lust: Supportive parents and peers can reduce materialism in teens; Alumni spotlights: Jennifer Walzer, BSBA MIS ’95 and Brett Farmiloe, BSBA Accounting ’06; Student profiles: Kim Romney, MBA ’11 and Zach Goldberg, BSBA Finance ’10

February 2010 : Eller Buzz Special Research Edition
Letter from the dean; Private equity firm buys MIS spinoff company; Feast from famine: new study examines U.S. farm productivity; All in the family? Entrepreneurship professor Sandy Klasa investigates why family-owned companies bring in outside managers; Body over mind: Assistant professor of marketing Jesper Nielsen looks at unconscious processing; Economics of innovation: Economics associate professor Gautam Gowrisankaran develops new modeling methods for durable goods industries; Assistant professor of management Steven Boivie uncovers the corporate parenting paradox; Structuring risk: Accounting assistant professor Monica Neamtiu examines information asymmetry in asset securitization; Table talk: Marketing professor Linda Price uncovers how families imbue objects with meaning; Who does what: MIS professor dissects collaboration patterns on Wikipedia; Can’t buy me love: Assistant marketing professor Lan Chaplin studies what makes adolescents happy; Alumni spotlight: Joseph Cullen, Ph.D. in Economics ’09; Student profile: Kelli Frias, Ph.D. candidate in Marketing; Faculty news