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#17 Breaking Down Business: Data Application in the Study of Economics
In the episode of Breaking Down Business, we talk with Lock Reynolds, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Economics in the Ambassador Crawford College of Business and Entrepreneurship about how he uses data in the classroom, his research on wage gaps, and updates happening in the Department of Economics at Kent State.
#16 Breaking Down Business: The Effects of Criminal History on Acquiring Meaningful Work
In this episode, we talk with Catrina Palmer Johnson, Ph.D., a faculty member in the Kent State Department of Management and Information Systems. Palmer Johnson discusses the career path that led to her obtaining a Ph.D. as well as her research in the areas of the role of gender and racial disparity on mentorship relationships and the effects of criminal history on individuals’ ability to acquire meaningful work. She also discusses her involvement in the PhD project.
#15 Breaking Down Business: Organizational Culture as it Impacts Audit Quality
On this episode of Breaking Down Business, we hear from Ryan Ballestero, Ph.D., assistant professor of accounting at the Ambassador Crawford College of Business and Entrepreneurship. Dr. Ballestero discusses how he brings his former experience as an auditor into the classroom, his research in the areas of organizational culture as it impacts audit quality as well as his work with the Ph.D. Project.
#14 Breaking Down Business: Entrepreneurship, International Business and Graduate Education
In this episode, we talk with Robert Hisrich, Ph.D., Bridgestone Chair of International Marketing at the Kent State College of Business Administration. Dr. Hisrich has vast global experience as a visiting and honorary professor at more than eight universities in six different countries. He has authored or co-authored 36 books and written more than 300 articles on entrepreneurship, international business management, and marketing. Listen as Dr. Hisrich shares some career highlights and discusses the College’s entrepreneurship offerings.
#13 Corporate Social Responsibility and Helping Executive MBA Students Solve Business Problems
In this episode, hear from Chris Groening, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Marketing at Kent State, on his recent research in Corporate Social Responsibility and Consumer Behavior and his recent first-place win in the MENA case competition. He also discusses his approach to helping Executive MBA students solve business problems.
#12 Career Trajectories for Accounting Students and the New Online Masters Program
On this episode of Breaking Down Business, we hear from Drew Sellers, EDM, CMA, chair of the Department of Accounting at Kent State’s College of Business Administration. Drew shares with us highlights on the accounting program including career trajectories for accounting students and the newly launched Online Master of Science in Accounting program.
Awesome and informative!
This podcast is chock-full of useful information about resumes and the perspective of employers. All college students should give it a listen. It’s witty, informative, and an easy listen on your way into school.