‘Student Research’ Category

Community partners come to campus for project presentations

Representing a significant time, talent and development investment, three community partners came to Beck Hall to hear Organizational Behavior students’ final project presentations. Members of Lifeworks, the Gustavus G-Club, and the American Swedish Institute all cheerfully came to Beck 301 to learn not only of their own project outcomes, but to hear and participate in […]

Kathi Tunheim and Kelsey Swanson ’12 present paper at the AHRD Conference.

Assistant Professor of Management Kathi Tunheim and Kelsey Swanson ’12 presented a co-authored paper, “Recruiting and Risk: Female Financial Advisor Candidates,” at the Academy of Human Resource Development (AHRD) International Research Conference in Denver on March 1-3, 2012. The research focused on the perceptions of female college seniors of the financial advising career. In the […]