On August 3, the Fowler College of Business welcomed the new Thomas and Evelyn Page dean, Dr. Lance Nail. Dean Nail previously served as dean of the business schools at both Texas Tech University and the University of Southern Mississippi. Most recently he served as founding chairman of the board of advisers for the Texas Tech University Innovation Hub and Research Park.
The Great Give Returns
Tues. October 24, 2017
SDSU's 2nd annual 24-hr fundraising campaign, return this Tuesday. This year's Fowler initiative is Student Success. 100% of donations will go towards Students. Donations above $5 will receive a Fowler Phone Wallet. Donations above $20, will receive an SDSU License Plate.
Sat. October 21, 2017
The Aztecs will take on the Fresno State Bulldogs during the 2017 Homecoming football match-up. Prior to kick-off, the Great Alumni Tailgate will be held in the parking lot starting at 5 p.m.
SDSU & FOWLER NEWS
U.S. News Ranks SDSU Among Top National Universities
SDSU has risen 25 spots since 2012 on U.S. News & World Report's list of America's Best Colleges.
Sports MBA Ranking Ranks Among Top World Programs
The SDSU Sports Business MBA program was named as the 4th best sports graduate academic program in the world by SportBusiness International magazine.
Qualcomm Foundation Gift Honors SDSU Alumnus
In recognition of Raymond V. Dittamore’s 15 years of service on the Qualcomm Incorporated Board of Directors, the Qualcomm Foundation…
Leonard Lavin, whose life was a testament to the resilience of the American dream, passed away on Aug. 2 at his home in Illinois. He was 97. A staunch supporter of San Diego State University, Lavin invested time and treasure…
Faculty-student researcher duo discovers that a familiar emoji, such as a growing heart, a rose and a crown send an illicit message and make it harder for law enforcement to track human trafficking.
Mark Snell, recently retired president of Sempra Energy and former chair of the Fowler College of Business board of directors, and Fowler lecturer Christine Probett recipients of distinguished alumni Monty Awards.
For American companies looking to take their business to the next level, San Diego State University’s Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER) in the Fowler College of Business is a source of help.
The SDSU student chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), the group finished the school year with even more national recognition.
SDSU marketing senior and New York native, Elizabeth Rourke, wanted to emulate her older twin brothers which led her to participate in lacrosse. She now wields a lacrosse stick for the Aztecs.
Alumnae and successful business owner, Tamara Romeo, was named the new chair of the Lavin Entrepreneurship Center advisory board. Romeo is the owner and founder of San Diego Office Design.
Accounting major, Jason Ogbeide, was one of only 10 undergraduates to be recognized during SDSU’s Quest for the Best which is the university’s highest undergraduate award.
In June 2017, SDSU grad Jeff Leieritz was appointed by President Donald Trump to the position of senior communication advisor at the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA).
Four new assistant professors - Hannah Smith (accounting), Kaveh Abhari (management information systems), Morgan Poor (marketing) and Sunaina Chugani (marketing) - will be joining the Fowler College of Business.
Dr. Martina Musteen has been honored by the SDSU Alumni Association as the Outstanding Faculty Contributor for 2017 from the Fowler College of Business. Known as the "Faculty Monty", it is SDSU’s most prestigious faculty award.
The top SDSU MIS undergraduate students from 1986, 1998 and 2003 have returned to the Fowler College of Business as professors. The long-time professors that once mentored them as students are now their peers.
After devoting 37 years to San Diego State, Dr. Mehdi Salehizadeh will be honored with a scholarship fund established in his name that will provide funding to finance and real estate students.