“Until you have real money at stake, you don’t understand what it is to invest,” says Harbert College senior finance major Zach Spencer. “Students need to experience real risk and real returns.”
David Cicero’s research into “the whys of corporate misbehavior” is yielding interesting insights into business practices and the ethical aspects of the decisions behind them.
Is it better for retailers to ship their customers’ online orders from a nearby brick-and-mortar store or from a more distant distribution center?
How can public and private entities work together in the wake of natural disasters?
Ninety-nine. Ninety-nine. Ninety-nine. What’s the deal with all the .99s?
Neat rows of desks all facing toward a whiteboard—or, for some of us, a chalkboard. This has long been the image of a classroom layout.
Cell phone in one hand, class worksheet in the other, Chance Heath carefully completes a uniform residential appraisal report for his real estate investment class. Through swipes and clicks, he uses his smartphone to quickly access chapter notes, project due dates, and other course materials in Canvas, a cloud-based learning management system.