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Department of Management, Entrepreneurship, and Technology News

The Department of Management, Entrepreneurship and Technology offers bachelor’s degrees in entrepreneurship and management as well as a master’s degree in management information systems (MIS), dual master’s degrees in MIS and hotel administration and MIS and MBA, and a graduate certificate in MIS.

Current Management, Entrepreneurship, and Technology News

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Campus News | February 10, 2021

New interdisciplinary degree looks at long-term solution to thwarting cybercrimes

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People | August 31, 2020

When the pandemic forces her to work remotely, she misses seeing the students whom she considers friendly, in-your-face reminders of the real purpose of her finance job in Student Affairs.

Research | June 3, 2020

Business professor and socialization researcher Richard Gardner offers tips for coping with unfounded paranoia that you’re not good enough.

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Research | March 26, 2020

UNLV management professor Payal Sharma and mindset expert James Silvas explore ways trauma can provide opportunities and shape us.

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People | December 6, 2018

Two-time UNLV alumnus Andrew Baca has done a little bit of everything in his career … except let setbacks stand in the way.

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People | December 3, 2018

After spending her workday at her computer, this manager of IT support services for the UNLV School of Medicine is only too happy to “unplug” once she gets home.

Management, Entrepreneurship, and Technology In The News

KTNV-TV: ABC 13
May 3, 2021

There is yet another new technology that is sweeping across the internet and causing a cash craze involving some big name artists, athletes and collectors.

Las Vegas Review Journal
April 30, 2021

Let’s begin by defining the terms.

WalletHub
February 17, 2021

A balance transfer credit card is a card that can be used to pay off the balance owed on another credit card or loan at a lower interest rate. The average balance transfer credit card has a 0% APR for over 12 months, with a 3% balance transfer fee and a $0 annual fee. The purpose of a balance transfer credit card is to save both money and time, as reducing the overall cost of debt makes it easier to pay off the balance faster (some cards are from WalletHub partners).

Walletero
August 11, 2020

Have you ever experienced the feeling that you were in over your head and didn’t belong in your work or student environment? Or thought that your accomplishments were due to lucky breaks making you feel like a fraud? These are telltale symptoms of imposter syndrome. And it could be affecting your current and future financial success.

Newswise
June 3, 2020

You’ve probably felt it before.

As a new hiree. In a challenging class. Or while making small talk with really, really smart people.

Leadership Today
May 18, 2020

Chances are that you will suffer from impostor syndrome at some point in your life. In this episode we explore what impostor syndrome is, why it occurs, and nine ways we can avoid feeling like a fraud.

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Recent Management, Entrepreneurship, and Technology Accomplishments

May 10, 2021
Richard Gardner (Management, Entrepreneurship and Technology) recently was selected as one of this year's "Best 40-under-40 Business School Professors” by Poets & Quants, a website that shares creative content and rankings about MBA programs.
April 26, 2021
Won-Yong Oh (Management, Entrepreneurship and Technology) and his coauthors, Igor Postuła (University of Warsaw) and Adam Tatarynowicz (Singapore Management University), recently presented the paper, “Who Is in Charge Here? The Opportunities and Constrains of State Control in Polish State-Owned Enterprises," at the International Research Society...
April 15, 2021
Hans Rawhouser (Management, Entrepreneurship and Technology) and Ian McDonough (Economics) published a paper with Chris Sutter (Miami), "Venture Acceleration and Entrepreneurial Growth in Central America," about accelerators supporting entrepreneurs in the most recent issue of the Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship. Using 24 months of pre-...
April 12, 2021
Kirk Silvernail (Management, Entrepreneurship, and Technology), with colleagues at University of Otago in New Zealand; California State University, Fullerton; and University of Massachusetts, Amherst, published an article “Perceived Fairness of Faculty Governance: A Study of 51 Countries” in Higher Education. This study investigated the perceived...
April 12, 2021
Won-Yong Oh (Management, Entrepreneurship and Technology) published an article, "Rethinking Global Vaccine Inequality: Lessons from Game Theory." in Georgetown Journal of International Affairs, the official publication of the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University. This article discusses inequality in COVID-19 vaccine...
February 17, 2021
Payal Sharma (Management, Entrepreneurship, and Technology), Mark Guadagnoli (Medicine), and James Silvas, ’11 BS Kinesiology, recently had their paper, "Attention Leaders: Are You Losing the Battle with Stress? Arm Yourself with Proactive Coping," accepted by Organizational Dynamics.