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    Manning Students Soak Up Real Estate Lessons in Miami

    Four Manning School of Business students attended the recent Commercial Real Estate Finance Council conference in Miami, where they learned about the latest market trends and had the chance to network with over 2,000 industry professionals.
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    Management Professor Gets the Band Back Together

    Michael Beers enjoys being a lead voice at the front of the room, whether it’s as an assistant teaching professor of management in the Manning School of Business or onstage with his band, Mount Rumford.
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    Students’ Bright Idea for Solar Investing is a Real DifferenceMaker

    Solar Crowdfund, a platform that would let people invest money to fund large-scale solar projects, won the 10th annual DifferenceMaker Innovation Contest, sponsored by Digital Federal Credit Union and the Manning School of Business.
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    COP27 Empowers Students to Address Climate Change

    Three students and three faculty members traveled to Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt, for COP27, the United Nations climate summit, where they were the only delegation from a public university in Massachusetts.
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    Business Students Sharpen Their Sales Skills

    Five students from a Sales and Customer Relations course taught by Visiting Faculty Lecturer Jeremy Ramsey participated in the recent Northeast Intercollegiate Sales Competition at Bryant University in Smithfield, Rhode Island.
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    Pro Tips: MLS Executive Shares Advice for Working in Sports Industry

    Adam Klionsky, director of communications for Major League Soccer’s New England Revolution, shared advice for breaking into the professional sports industry to more than 100 Manning School of Business students during a recent visit to Alumni Hall.
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    From D.C. to UML: Three Siblings Pursue Business Degrees

    Three members of the same extended family in Washington, D.C. — Tyson Minor, Ayinde Hikim and De’Andre Gore — are all pursuing degrees from the Manning School of Business, thanks in no small part to UMass Lowell’s DC-CAP Scholars Program.
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    Great Debate: Business Professors Spar over Cryptocurrency

    Assoc. Prof. of Finance William Johnson debated Prof. Emeritus Jack Wilson on the pros and cons of cryptocurrency and blockchain technology during an event hosted by the Global Entrepreneurship Exchange program and the Jack M. Wilson Center for Entrepreneurship.
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    Fulbright Award Takes Business Professor’s Research to Madrid

    Assoc. Prof. of Marketing, Entrepreneurship and Innovation Michael Ciuchta received a Fulbright U.S. Scholar Award to research the Spanish entrepreneurial ecosystem while teaching at a university in Madrid.
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    Finance Students Enjoy Whirlwind Trip to Windy City

    Four Manning School of Business students attended the annual Student Managed Investment Fund Consortium Conference in Chicago, where they learned about portfolio management and investment strategies from industry experts and networked with peers from across the country.
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    Management Professor Explores Future of ‘Workforce Ecosystems’

    As guest editor for the MIT Sloan Management Review “Future of the Workforce” Big Ideas research initiative, Assoc. Prof. of Management Elizabeth Altman explores workforce ecosystem. The research has led to a forthcoming book, “Workforce Ecosystems: Reaching Strategic Goals with People, Partners and Technologies.”
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    Accounting Department Celebrates Scholarship Winners

    The Manning School of Business Accounting Department celebrated 11 recent scholarship recipients during a luncheon, where students networked with alumni from the accounting profession.
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    In a Data-Rich World, Business Analytics Students Gain Upper Hand

    To keep up with the rising demand for data scientists, the Manning School of Business’ Master of Science in business analytics program continues to grow, adding a sixth track in health care business analytics.
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    Twin Sisters Update Diversity Education Training for Peers

    Identical twin business majors, Angelina and Alexandra Kam, were given the responsibility of updating the university’s diversity peer education curriculum for students as part of their summer co-op jobs with the Office of Multicultural Affairs.
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    Entrepreneurs Bridge Disciplines, Cultures and Time Zones

    The Manning School of Business’ Global Entrepreneurship Exchange virtual summer workshop drew 530 students from 20 countries, culminating in a 13-team venture pitch competition.