Faculty Research & Recognition
Faculty do much more than grade papers and teach classes. Read more about their accolades here.
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Who's involved with the internal control system? EVERYONE. John Barden will tell you why.
On Super Bowl Sunday, whether the game’s a good one or a great one, make sure you you don’t miss the real game within the game — the commercials. Prof. Biswas gives us a sneak peek of what Super Bowl ad trends to expect this year.
What is the difference between ITM and business analytics, and which one should I choose? Director of MS Business Analytics, Kashif Saeed answers your burning question.
What’s the final phase of the entrepreneurial startup journey? Let's end with phase four – the innovative mindset!
What’s the next phase of the entrepreneurial startup journey? Let's keep going with phase three – the launch to growth!
What’s the next phase of the entrepreneurial startup journey? Let's keep going with phase two – the idea to launch!
What are the phases of the entrepreneurial startup journey? Let's start with phase one – theoretical development!
One of the biggest challenges in the healthcare system is leading with effective change. In response, the Jindal School has taken on the challenge and launched a new master's degree program for healthcare professionals seeking additional education.
For the most part, I am always impressed with the students who take a moment to reach out and introduce themselves at the start of a new semester. Here's why you should take the time to meet with your professors this semester.
Jeremy Vickers continues to give business launch tips with part five in this blog series: Evaluating an Idea for Feasibility.
Jeremy Vickers continues to give tips on taking the big leap into starting a business with part four of Evaluating an Idea for Feasibility blog series.
Jeremy Vickers continues his words of wisdom with part three of Evaluating an Idea for Feasibility, giving tips on taking the big leap into starting a business.
Jeremy Vickers continues his words of wisdom with part two of Evaluating an Idea for Feasibility, with tips on taking the big leap into starting a business.
Executive Director of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Jeremy Vickers, has put together a list of steps to go through before starting a business. Let's start with the first four steps!
This concludes Jeremy Vicker's three part series on Intellectual Property basics. Use these nuggets of knowledge to help you pour through an IP strategy at your organization.
What is a trade secret and does it differ from a patent? The Director of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Jeremy Vickers, gives the rundown from his experience working with startups, patent attorneys and university technology transfer offices.
Are patents necessary to protect intellectual property? The Director of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Jeremy Vickers, gives the rundown from his experience working with startups, patent attorneys and university technology transfer offices.
When you cut budget corners expecting to get the best, you get what you pay for. Dr. Howard Dover explains one of the seven deadly sins of sales organizations so that you won't fall into the trap.
The innovation and entrepreneurship programs at JSOM show through metrics that UT Dallas is on the verge of gaining recognition as a respected research-focused university. What does it take to achieve this goal within the innovation ecosystem?
While some people clamor for an audience, others downright fear it. Read about the lessons Caryn Berardi learned from the University Toastmasters club, a public speaking organization on UT Dallas campus.
When many people think of entrepreneurs, they think of Zuckerberg, Gates or Jobs — who all dropped out. What many don’t consider is that entrepreneurs who've taken entrepreneurship courses run thousands of successful small and medium-size businesses.
Here we are, back again with the concluding part of this edition of Espresso with Dr. McCracken!
Dr. John F. McCracken, executive director of JSOM’s Alliance for Medical Management Education programs, has a very interesting personality, a man of many interests and many talents. What exactly are they? Don’t ask us. Read on!
As promised, we now bring you the intense finale of this interview, may the force be with you as you enjoy reading this interview with Dr. Powell!
Faculty member Kathy Zolton has won the TSCPA Outstanding Accounting Educator of the Year Award for her creative teaching, contributions to the accounting curriculum and outstanding volunteer service to low-income taxpayers across Dallas.
There's much more to being a whistleblower than newspaper headlines and infamy. Read on to learn how Accounting Professor, Richard Bowen, became a whistleblower without even knowing it.
Who is Monica Powell, you may ask? There's more to her than just being the Senior Associate Dean. Read on to learn about her quirky side!
Professor Eric W. K. Tsang has accrued an impressive number of awards for his research. Read about his latest award from the Academy of Management for his paper "Social Capital, Networks and Knowledge Transfer."
JSOM Accounting professor John Gamino earned an Outstanding Paper Award from the American Taxation Association. Find out more about this prestigious honor in our latest blog post.
Jianqing Chen, associate professor of information systems, won the best paper award from the Ninth China Summer Workshop on Information Management (CSWIM), held in Hefei in June. Read more about his paper topic here.
Believe it or not, professors are people, too! Don't dampen your professors' spirit by doing these ten pet peeves in class.