Instructor of Accounting and Management
J.D. Drake University; B.A. University of Iowa
Business Law; Legal and Social Environment of Business' Legal Concepts for Accountants; Regulation Review
George Scully was formerly with the law firm of Swisher & Cohert Law Firm. Prior to this position, Scully was Senior Vice President for US Bank. In this position he aided in the creation of the private banking model used by US Bank Community Banking. He also managed private banking and commercial loan departments. Scully’s work experience also includes experiences as Senior Vice President for Norwest Bank, Vice President for National Bank of Waterloo, and law practitioner for Martin, Nutting, Miller, Keith, Pedersen & Scully. Scully is a board member and past president of both Exceptional Persons, Inc. and University of Iowa-National I Club. He is also a board member of the Black Hawk County Gaming Commission.
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The University of Northern Iowa holds a special place in the hearts’ of Rod and Heidi Foster. Rod started his long career in accounting because of his education at the College of Business. UNI is also where he met his wife, Heidi, a graduate of the chemistry program. They now have two grown sons—one of which is also a UNI graduate. Because of their UNI experience, Rod and Heidi both feel the need to give back to the university and repay it for giving them the tools and experiences to be successful in business and life.
Tim Lindquist began painting when he was just a teenager. A friend invited him over to learn how to create a dog on canvas, and Lindquist was hooked. He asked for paints that Christmas and considered majoring in art at college. But he chose accounting instead, becoming an educator and professor at the College of Business.
In June, the U.S. Supreme Court made a landmark decision, ruling that the 1964 Civil Rights Act prohibits employers from discriminating against workers based on their sexual orientation or gender identity. Not only was this a giant step forward for the LGBTQ+ community, but it also affected the human resources industry, changing the way they trained and promoted inclusivity in the workplace.
Taylor Baltes (Management ’20) combined her interest in data with working for a good cause. It started in the late summer when Baltes was searching for an internship for the fall semester. She stumbled upon an opening for data analytics at the Cedar Valley United Way, a nonprofit organization that distributes funds to various community needs.
Four former student body presidents and graduates from the College of Business Administration shared the highlights and struggles of their terms across four decades, illuminating along the way the universal struggles of the college experience and the unique challenges brought on by current events.
University of Northern Iowa senior business management major, Carter Nordman, was elected as a Republican to the 19th District of the Iowa House of Representatives, and at 22, he will enter as the youngest legislator in the chamber.