Future Partners: Owen School supporters commit more than $13 million toward Management Hall renovation and expansion
Jun. 23, 2020—A group of prominent Vanderbilt University alumni and supporters has committed more than $13 million toward an extensive renovation and expansion of Management Hall at Owen Graduate School of Management.
Jun. 15, 2018—Gary Scudder, the James A. Speyer Professor of Production Management at Vanderbilt's Owen Graduate School of Management, has died at the age of 65.
Feb. 19, 2015—Three publications produced by Vanderbilt University News and Communications and an engagement event series sponsored by Vanderbilt’s Development and Alumni Relations division have received top awards in the 2015 CASE District III competition.
Jan. 9, 2014—What would you do if you were out with your family one day and suddenly you found yourself in the middle of a personal horror and an international news story? Where would you be, physically and reflectively, nine months later? Kevin White, MBA’10, can tell you.
Jun. 21, 2013—After nine years as dean of the Vanderbilt Owen Graduate School of Management, Jim Bradford is stepping down from his position at the end of the academic year in June. Bradford recently discussed some of the highlights of his time as dean with "Vanderbilt Business" magazine.
Jun. 17, 2013—Tim Murray, EMBA’03, proves his mettle at Aluminium Bahrain You never know where a blind ad will lead you. It led Tim Murray from Knoxville, Tenn., to the Kingdom of Bahrain in the Middle East. Murray is CEO of Aluminium Bahrain (Alba), one of the world’s top 10 aluminium producers.
Feb. 11, 2013—In May 2012 Vanderbilt’s Financial Markets Research Center hosted its 25th annual spring conference. In honor of the anniversary, Professor Hans Stoll shared some thoughts with Vanderbilt Business about the FMRC’s past quarter century and where it goes from here.
Oct. 17, 2011—New research by Vanderbilt Owen Graduate School of Management professor Bruce Cooil and his coauthors finds that for all the attention companies pay to achieving high satisfaction levels among their customers, what matters most is how well a company ranks in comparison to rivals. No matter how much a customer likes a company or product, if they don’t like it more than the competition, they don’t always put their money where their mouth is.