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School of Business announces new members of Beta Gamma Sigma honor society

LAWRENCE — The University of Kansas School of Business has welcomed 34 students into its chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma, an international honor society that recognizes top business students from around the world. 

Managerial experience with natural disasters affects corporate ability to prepare for future catastrophes

Mutual fund productivity increases when sexual harassment is removed from workplace, study finds

Audit effort affected by partner rotation and board inspections, study finds

School of Business hosts inaugural sales competition with King’s Hawaiian

The color red influences investor behavior, financial research reveals

  LAWRENCE — The phrase “to see red” means to become angry. But for investors, seeing red takes on a whole different meaning. That’s the premise behind a new article by William Bazley, assistant professor of finance at the University of Kansas.

Marketing professor recognized with American Marketing Association award

Murali K. Mantrala, Ned Fleming Professor of Marketing, has been awarded the 2020 Don McBane Special Recognition Award from the American Marketing Association’s Selling and Sales Management Special Interest Group (SIG).

KU School of Business ranks among top 5 for new CPA success metric

LAWRENCE – The 2019 CPA exam pass rate of University of Kansas accounting students ranks in the top five among collegiate accounting programs, according to the CPA Success Index. This new analytic estimates students’ progress toward completing all four parts of the CPA exam in 18 months.

School of Business to host sales competition with King's Hawaiian

The University of Kansas School of Business will host the KU Professional Selling Program/King’s Hawaiian Sales Competition virtually April 9-10, 2021. The event marks the first time the school’s professional selling program will hold a competition open to other universities.

KU School of Business ranks 29th for graduates’ first-time pass rate on CPA exam

LAWRENCE — A recent National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) report ranks the University of Kansas School of Business as 29th in the nation among large programs for graduates’ first-time CPA exam pass rate.

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