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Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremony

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  • Mr. Yanni Kouskoulas
    Mr. Yanni Kouskoulas; President Moudgil
  • Dr. Hamid Servati Award
    Dr. Hamid Servati; President Moudgil
  • Hall of Fame Wall
    Mr. Yanni Kouskoulas; Ms. Nancy Gougarty; Dr. Hamid Servati; Dean Mirshab; President Moudgil
  • Inductees
    Mr. Yanni Kouskoulas; Ms. Nancy Gougarty; Dr. Hamid Servati; President Moudgil; Dean Mirshab
  • Dr. Nancy Gougarty
    Ms. Nancy Gougarty; President Moudgil
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One of the hallmark events of the College of Management is the induction of select members to the Hall of Fame. The College of management Hall of Fame is the highest recognition given by the College to leaders whose careers exemplify both individual excellence and dedication to the success of others. Through their vision and leadership, these individuals have made lasting contributions to the College of Management by providing inspiring role models for today’s business students.

This Year’s Hall of Fame Inductees are:

Ms. Nancy Gougarty

Ms. Nancy Gougarty

Dr. Barbara Kouskoulas

Dr. Barbara Kouskoulas

Dr. Hamid Servati

Dr. Hamid Servati


LTU Bowling team: Determined to Win

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College of Management congratulates the Bowling program with another great win this Saturday. LTU has led the day and ended in first place with a dominating win of 440 pins over the second place team.

We had all five of the A varsity team in the top ten for individual play:

  • 1st – JP Penxa
  • 2nd Scott Kujawa
  • 5th Elliott Arnold
  • tied for 7th Blake Nottle and Brian Busch

As the national rankings will be out in another week, we are crossing our fingers for 14th and above place in the nation. You show great team effort, coaching and leadership.

Thank you for representing the University, and the College of Management!

Continue competing as strongly in the classroom as in the field of play!

Sincere congratulations and Good Luck on the Exams!

Human Resource Management Journal

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Students in the undergraduate human resource management class have a fun assignment this semester. In order to help students see how prevalent HR issues are, students have been asked to find news articles on television and print such as magazines and newspapers that relate to HR topics from class. The purpose of this assignment is to help students see HR in action and that many decisions including legislative actions and corporate policies have implications for human resources.

The assignment requires each student to identify an HR story, summarize it in one or two paragraphs and provide a link or citation so other students who would like to learn more can find the story. Students have described this assignment as useful and eye opening. One student joked that we are “surrounded by HR!”

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    Dr. David Egleston describing the Human Resource Management Journal assignment in his class.
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Authentic Leadership: the Role of Self-Awareness in Promoting Coaching Effectiveness

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Dr. Anthony Gatling (DBA graduate), Dr. Patricia Castelli and Dr. Matthew Cole recently published their article “Authentic Leadership: the Role of Self-Awareness in Promoting Coaching Effectiveness” in the journal Asia-Pacific Journal of Management Research and Innovation, Sage Publications.

Incorporating UTAUT Predictors for Understanding Home Care Patients

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Dr. Anne Kohnke, Dr. Matthew Cole, and Dr. Richard Bush have published the article “Incorporating UTAUT Predictors for Understanding Home Care Patients’ and Clinician’s Acceptance of Healthcare Telemedicine Equipment” in the Journal of Technology Management and Innovation’s second issue of its ninth volume.

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