2017 UNIBusiness Faculty Resolutions Revealed

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It‘s almost a new year, and if you‘re like 48% of Americans that means it‘s time to put down the pie and reset the clock on your resolutions for the upcoming year. Have you thought about everything you plan to accomplish in 2017? The resolution wagon is in full-force at the college of business administration, and many faculty and staff members are jumping on board.

Leslie Wilson, Dean & Professor of Management
"In 2017, I will smile easily, laugh loudly, and not worry about the dust bunnies under my bed!"

Marty Hansen, Instructor of Marketing and Management
"I resolve to lose the sympathy weight I gained while Degin was pregnant with Everest. I also resolve to make my classes a little more challenging....so look out students!"

Cathalene Rogers Bowler, Assistant Professor of Accounting
"In 2017, I will submit three papers to qualified journals. I'll also spend more time reading my bible and praying for our students, faculty, & administrators of UNI, our Nation, and the needs of others."

Nancy Hoffman, MBA Program Assistant
"In 2017, I will attack the MBA surveys with a vengeance, instead of back-burnering them until the very last minute!"

Christine Schrage, Instructor of Marketing & Global Opportunities Coordinator
"I resolve to quit being such a trouble-maker."

Matthew Bunker, Professor and Head of Marketing
"In 2017, I will do a better job of bragging about the accomplishments of our department and students."

Heidi Noonan-Day, Instructor of Management
"I resolve to cut back to two servings of caffeine per day.  Ok, three.  Work with me, here."

Frank Thompson, Professor of Finance
"In light of this year's election results I resolve to learn more about, and use fibonacci retracements and pivot points in my trading."

Daniel Bumblauskas, Assistant Professor of Management
"I will continue to work to publicize my research."

Lisa Jepsen, Associate Dean & Professor of Economics
"I will eat a little less sugar and focus on the positive traits of the Millennials."

Posted on 28-Dec-16


  






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2017 UNIBusiness Faculty Resolutions Revealed

2017-UNI-Business-College-Faculty-Resolutions2.png

It‘s almost a new year, and if you‘re like 48% of Americans that means it‘s time to put down the pie and reset the clock on your resolutions for the upcoming year. Have you thought about everything you plan to accomplish in 2017? The resolution wagon is in full-force at the college of business administration, and many faculty and staff members are jumping on board.

Leslie Wilson, Dean & Professor of Management
"In 2017, I will smile easily, laugh loudly, and not worry about the dust bunnies under my bed!"

Marty Hansen, Instructor of Marketing and Management
"I resolve to lose the sympathy weight I gained while Degin was pregnant with Everest. I also resolve to make my classes a little more challenging....so look out students!"

Cathalene Rogers Bowler, Assistant Professor of Accounting
"In 2017, I will submit three papers to qualified journals. I'll also spend more time reading my bible and praying for our students, faculty, & administrators of UNI, our Nation, and the needs of others."

Nancy Hoffman, MBA Program Assistant
"In 2017, I will attack the MBA surveys with a vengeance, instead of back-burnering them until the very last minute!"

Christine Schrage, Instructor of Marketing & Global Opportunities Coordinator
"I resolve to quit being such a trouble-maker."

Matthew Bunker, Professor and Head of Marketing
"In 2017, I will do a better job of bragging about the accomplishments of our department and students."

Heidi Noonan-Day, Instructor of Management
"I resolve to cut back to two servings of caffeine per day.  Ok, three.  Work with me, here."

Frank Thompson, Professor of Finance
"In light of this year's election results I resolve to learn more about, and use fibonacci retracements and pivot points in my trading."

Daniel Bumblauskas, Assistant Professor of Management
"I will continue to work to publicize my research."

Lisa Jepsen, Associate Dean & Professor of Economics
"I will eat a little less sugar and focus on the positive traits of the Millennials."

Posted on 28-Dec-16







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