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Don Tidrick
NIU’s Don Tidrick, who serves as the DeLoitte Professor of Accountancy in the NIU College of Business, was selected as one of two recipients of this year’s Distinguished Achievement in Accounting Education Award. Given by by the American Institute of CPAs, the award recognizes full-time college accounting educators distinguished for excellence in teaching and for...
Denise Schoenbachler and William McCoy
The Northern Illinois University College of Business has again been recognized as among the best in the nation at providing students with a strong foundation in ethics. NIU ranked third in Bloomberg Businessweek’s listing of best undergraduate business schools in the nation for teaching ethics. NIU has placed among the top three on the list...
Northern Illinois tennis players Dor Amir and Frederic Cadieux doubled their honors this spring as the duo was named to the Mid-American Conference’s All-Academic squad, following their All-MAC honors at season’s end. It is the first such award for both players and Northern Illinois’ first honor since 2010, when three-time selection Javier Bernabe earned his...
Nabal Jefferson
You don’t have to tell the people at Northern Illinois University that Nabal Jefferson is special. Already the winner of a National Football Foundation Scholar-Athlete Award worth $15,000 and a $7,500 NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship, the second team Capital One Academic All-American noseguard for the Huskies has drawn admiration from his teammates, coaches and professors throughout...
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Fall 2013 will mark the launch of Business Passport Program at the NIU College of Business. Based on the guidance from business alumni, the Business Passport Program identifies areas – continents – that are important to be successful in today’s business world. Business undergraduates can learn more by attending “College of Business Passport Program &...
Nabal Jefferson
Nabal Jefferson, a Chicago native who helped lead the Northern Illinois football program to unprecedented heights during his four years as a Huskie, has been awarded an NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship worth $7,500, the NCAA announced earlier this week. The NCAA presents 174 postgraduate scholarships each year to deserving senior student-athletes across all divisions and all...
William McCoy
Why do good people sometimes make bad decisions? Often it is because they are thrust into a situation where they feel compelled to act in a way that hasn’t been fully thought through. Consequences are not considered.
Chang Liu, chair of Operations Management & Information Systems in the NIU College of Business, and his co-authors received the 2012 Citation of Excellence designation from Emerald Management Reviews. Their research paper was identified as one of the top 50 management, business, economics articles worldwide of 2008 by the Emerald Management Reviews judging panel. The...
During the fall of 2012, University Honors students Melissa Welsh, Erica Cogswell and Isabelle Bourgeois traveled to Mexico as a part of their Management 411 class. Their instructor, Dennis Barsema, helped students develop an understanding of the basics of microfinance through various interactive activities, engaging case studies and colorful discussions. These discussions helped prepare the...
The NIU College of Business ethics program (BELIEF), in collaboration with John Deere, is hosting a video creation contest for business ethics awareness. Interested NIU students, regardless of major, need to prepare a real or animated video that introduces a business ethical dilemma and solves that dilemma using the BELIEF decision-making framework as described by...
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With an endowment campaign driven by College of Business alumnus Lance Smith (ACCY ’84), the Ernst & Young Leadership and Professional Development Center in Barsema Hall prepares accountancy students to be effective leaders and communicators. “Our department does a wonderful job of educating students on the technical aspects of accounting,” says Jim Young, chair of the...
Ryan Neir
Northern Illinois’ Ryan Neir was named the Mid-American Conference Male Scholar-Athlete of the Week for the week of Dec. 31 through Jan. 6, the league office announced Monday. This marks the sixth time that a Huskie has won the honor this year, as MacKenzie Roddy (Oct. 4), Mike Mascitti (Nov. 15), Nabal Jefferson and Amanda Corral (Dec....
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