Management Magazine
Spring 2015

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Tradition Brings Families Back Together for Day of Fun, Food
Oct 1, 2015 — About 1,000 family members have registered for Saturday's campus festivities, which will include crafts for children, a catered lunch, a volunteer project and live entertainment. …read more

Study: Cost Savings from Add-On Pricing May Result in Profit Loss
Sep 29, 2015 — Frustrated by the increasingly popular add-on pricing model of hotels, airlines and banks, Jindal School associate professor Dr. Xianjun Geng and a colleague examined if cost savings can trigger more intense competition among firms. …read more

Jindal Researchers' Model Helps Predict Consumer Spending
Sep 25, 2015 — A recent study from the Jindal School of Management says that marketers can use past information, obtained from surveys or information aggregators, and sales at their own store, to predict consumer spending at competitors. …read more

Fed's Debate on Future Rates Draws Interest at Jindal School Event
Sep 21, 2015 — Financial experts said the Federal Reserve, after nearly a decade of unprecedented monetary stimulus, should raise short-term interest rates sooner rather than later during a program held recently at the Naveen Jindal School of Management at UT Dal…read more

Study: Social Responsibility Promotes Conservative Risk Behavior
Sep 18, 2015 — Individuals make more conservative choices when the decisions they make affect other people, according to a new study from Dr. Gary Bolton, a professor of managerial economics and the O.P. Jindal Chair. …read more

New Group Joins Expanding List of University's Terry Scholars
Sep 16, 2015 — This fall, the University welcomed 23 freshmen and 21 transfer students to the program, and for the first time, the combined awards of current scholars at UT Dallas will top $2 million. …read more

Gifts to UT Dallas Will Get a Boost on North Texas Giving Day
Sep 15, 2015 — On Thursday, supporters of UT Dallas and other North Texas nonprofits can participate in a one-day online community giving event that will earn bonus funds for the causes they care most about. …read more

Development, Communications Teams Honored
Sep 11, 2015 — The Council for Advancement and Support of Education recognized a number of UT Dallas staff members for their work promoting the University to the public, donors, alumni and students. …read more

EMBA Class Seeks Donations for Memorial Scholarship
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U.S. News Gives UT Dallas High Marks for Diversity, Low Student Debt
Sep 9, 2015 — A U.S. News & World Report ranking shows UT Dallas is among the top universities in the country when measuring low student debt and rich campus diversity. Naveen Jindal School of Management undergraduate business program is named among best 100…read more

Study Finds That Lure of Prizes Encourages Saving
Sep 8, 2015 — Dr. Kyle Hyndman, assistant professor of finance and managerial economics in the Naveen Jindal School of Management, examined the possibility of using lotteries to induce savings behavior. …read more

Entrepreneurial Spirit Thriving in Jindal School Initiatives, Programs
Sep 4, 2015 — The UT Dallas Business Idea Competition, the University's version of a "Shark Tank" contest, has grown annually, putting many budding entrepreneurs on the map. Award-winning innovation and entrepreneurship academic programs also have grown in the p…read more

Student Ambassadors Serve as Campus Connection
Sep 3, 2015 — Student Ambassadors are a select group of student volunteers, sponsored by the Office of the President, who are called upon to greet guests at University events and connect with alumni and donors who tour the campus. …read more

Study: Investments Reflected Shift in Environmental Views
Sep 3, 2015 — Dr. Anastasia Shcherbakova, clinical assistant professor of finance and managerial economics, and researchers used the 2011 Fukushima crisis in Japan to evaluate responses of U.S. and European investors to the changing opinion of nuclear power. …read more

Freshmen Get Helping Hand on Move-In Day
Aug 28, 2015 — Volunteers, including peer advisors, members of Greek life and Student Government, as well as faculty and staff, helped the newest Comets settle in at the University over three days last week. …read more