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FAU professors, Ethlyn Williams, Ph.D., and Michael Harari, Ph.D., discuss their recent study of self-leadership, a concept that allows employees to manage themselves without relying on supervisors.Support the show
FAU's Melanie Lorenz and Paul Owers discuss how small businesses can survive economic downturns like COVID-19.Support the show
FAU's Sofia Johan and Paul Owers discuss rising inflation and the threat it poses to consumers and economies.Support the show
FAU's David Menachof and Paul Owers discuss supply chains and the pandemic's effect on them, plus a new master of science in Supply Chain Management offered by the college.Support the show (https://business.fau.edu/giving/)
FAU's Peter Ricci and Paul Owers discuss a revealing new survey of hospitality and tourism workers in the wake of COVID-19. Support the show (https://business.fau.edu/giving/)
FAU's Steven Smith and Paul Owers discuss geopolitics and the College's new, three-day course designed to give working professionals an expertise in geopolitics, allowing them to better understand how global events affect an organization’s operations. Learn More >Support the show
FAU's Monica Escaleras and Paul Owers discuss how Floridians are feeling about the nation's economic recovery, the COVID-19 vaccine, and more. Read more >Support the show (https://business.fau.edu/giving/)
Debuting our new 3Qs segment is FAU's Paul Owers (Director of Media Relations) and William Luther (Assistant Professor of Economics). They discuss the U.S. employment picture and the degree to which the COVID-19 vaccine rollout could impact it. Read more >Support the show (https://business.fau.edu/giving/)
FAU Business improved its standing among top programs for entrepreneurship studies, according to the latest rankings from The Princeton Review. FAU jumped two spots to #37 among undergraduate programs and came in at #41 among the first-ever rankings of the top 50 graduate programs. More >Support the show (https://business.fau.edu/giving/)
The Business and Economics Polling Initiative (BEPI) at Florida Atlantic University conducts surveys on business, economic, political, and social issues with main focus on Hispanic attitudes and opinions at regional, state and national levels.Support the show (https://business.fau.edu/giving/)
On this episode, we welcome back FAU's Jennifer Attonito, Ph.D. - an instructor and researcher in the Health Administration program, which is part of the larger Management Programs department at FAU Business. During the podcast, we discuss healthcare, the future of public health, and how the current pandemic might be causing changes in both sectors. (Recorded on June 17, 2020)Support the show (https://business.fau.edu/giving/)
On this episode of the podcast, we spoke with Adi Devendra, an FAU student whose educational video game software, Polka Box, won first prize in the 12th annual Business Plan Competition held by FAU’s College of Business and the Adams Center for Entrepreneurship.Support the show
Dr. Michael Crain, Director of FAU’s Center for Forensic Accounting, interviews FAU alumnus and adjunct instructor Rob Valdez who describes what advice he is giving to business and not-for-profit organization clients on how to lower their cybersecurity risks during and after the COVID-19 pandemic given remote workers and changing workflows.Support the show (https://business.fau.edu/giving/)
Online fraud scams are occurring during the COVID-19 pandemic as many people are stressed and distracted, and awareness is the first line of defense in protecting yourself from such online scams. FAU's Michael A. Crain, DBA, CPA, Director of the FAU Center for Forensic Accounting, guest-hosts the podcast in order to share more about protecting one's self from online fraud.Support the show (https://business.fau.edu/giving/)
Masks for Superheroes

Masks for Superheroes

2020-04-1009:05

In the spirit of the #FAUCares campaign, this podcast features FAU senior, Alyssa Rocha. A Health Science major and Health Administration minor - Alyssa, along with neighbors and community volunteers, is helping to create and donate filtered masks for first responders and essential workers as part of a new grassroots organization called Masks for Superheroes. Learn more about this organization by searching "Masks for Superheroes" on Facebook and Instagram.Support the show (https://business.fau.edu/giving/)
"Public Health Systems" is part 3 in our series of #PodHealth episodes about the Coronavirus. We're again joined by Dr. Jennifer Attonito, an instructor and researcher in FAU's Health Administration program, and in this third episode, we discuss public health systems and the challenges they are facing while trying to combat the Coronavirus. To recap, Dr. Attonito holds a doctorate in Public Health and has performed research on subject matter like the HIV virus. She has extensive training in epidemiology and disease prevention and is also on the curriculum committee for FAU's International Center for Emergency Management (ICEM).Support the show (https://business.fau.edu/giving/)
"Social Distancing" is part 2 in our series of #PodHealth episodes about the Coronavirus. We're again joined by Dr. Jennifer Attonito, an instructor and researcher in FAU's Health Administration program, and we discuss the following - how to social distance correctly, how it's different than quarantining, and why some countries might be more successful at it than others. Dr. Attonito holds a doctorate in Public Health and has performed research on subject matter like the HIV virus. She has extensive training in epidemiology and disease prevention and is also on the curriculum committee for FAU's International Center for Emergency Management (ICEM).Support the show (https://business.fau.edu/giving/)
The Hospitality and Tourism Management program, at FAU Business, is making headlines by offering a free certificate to industry workers and professionals who may be affected by the COVID-19 crisis. At this very moment, more than 9,000 people have registered from more than 80 countries, and program director - Dr. Peter Ricci - joined the podcast to tell us more about the offering. Read about the course >Support the show (https://business.fau.edu/giving/)
"Flattening the Curve" is part 1 in a series of #PodHealth episodes dealing with the Coronavirus, and helping us with these podcasts is Dr. Jennifer Attonito, an instructor and researcher in FAU's Health Administration program, which is part of the larger Management Programs department at the FAU College of Business. Dr. Attonito holds a doctorate in Public Health and has performed research on subject matter like the HIV virus. She has extensive training in epidemiology and disease prevention and is also on the curriculum committee for FAU's International Center for Emergency Management (ICEM).Support the show (https://business.fau.edu/giving/)
With one week left before the Florida primary, former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden has opened up a commanding lead on U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders among Florida voters in the race for the Democratic party’s nomination for president, according to a statewide survey by the Florida Atlantic University Business and Economics Polling Initiative (FAU BEPI). Read the press release >Support the show (https://business.fau.edu/giving/)
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