Fulbright Recipient Saltzman Departs for South Korea

Greg Saltzman
Greg Saltzman, E. Maynard Aris professor in economics and management, was awarded a Fulbright Scholar grant for spring 2015 and is currently a faculty visitor at the Hanyang University School of Business in Seoul, South Korea. He is teaching a course on negotiation and conflict resolution in the global MBA program and a course on labor-management relations to seniors in the undergraduate business program.

Saltzman Shares Fulbright Experience with 'Korea Diary'

Greg Saltzman
Gregory M. Saltzman is E. Maynard Aris Professor of Economics and Management at Albion College and during the spring of 2015, is also a Fulbright Scholar at Hanyang University School of Business in Seoul, South Korea.

Accounting Students Stalk 'Crooks' to Study Tax Fraud, ID Theft

E&M accounting students' IRS simulation, January 2015
From responding to an Albion Public Safety traffic stop to putting a suspect in handcuffs, accounting students recently got a unique career perspective thanks to Albion alumnus Stephen Moore, '83, an IRS criminal investigation supervisory special agent in the Detroit field office. Assisted by several active IRS colleagues, Moore led the students through simulations of the real-life criminal investigations they pursue on a daily basis.

E&M Class Consults on Community Food Hub Launch

Robinson Hall
Economics and Management professors Vicki Baker and Joy Nakfoor focused on the soon-to-open Albion community Food Hub as a case study for a consulting class this fall. Students worked on ordinances and zoning, determined healthy food availability in Albion, and gauged local restaurant interest in local ingredients, as well as farmers' interest in a year-round market.


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