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Ten students from the School of Business have teamed up to manage a mock portfolio in The Adirondack Cup competition and have recently moved into first place. The Adirondack Cup, sponsored by the Adirondack Research & Management, Inc., advisor to the Adirondack Small Cap Mutual Fund (ADKSX), is a new initiative through which college and graduate...
Mike McCall, professor and chair of the marketing and law department, was recently quoted in a New York Times and USA Today article regarding loyalty and reward programs. Professor McCall specializes in loyalty programs and weighs in on the New York Times article, "Tending to the Loyalists." To read the full New York Times article, ...
The School of Business has recently launched a new program to help streamline the waste collection and recycling process by utilizing the custom made CRT (Compost/Recycle/Trash) stations that are located on each level of the building. Recently the school has removed trash cans and recycling bins from all classrooms in order to encourage the proper separation of waste by using the newly-labeled bins in the CRT stations. The main goals of this campaign are for better waste separation and an overall decrease in the amount of waste.