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College of Business Statement Against Anti-Asian Hate Crimes
In light of recent acts of violence once again aimed at the Asian community in the U.S., we would like to reaffirm President McInnis’s earlier message against anti-Asian violence. It is important to remember that such acts of racism and violence against people of Asian descent are a troubling part of our nation’s history, and we join President McInnis in calling for awareness of the past, as well as solidarity with these communities in the present, in the face of rising hate crimes.
At the College of Business, we find these recent acts of discrimination and violence abhorrent and do not tolerate such actions in our classrooms, at our events, and in our interactions with one another. We recognize the contributions of Asian immigrants and Asian American communities, and are doing everything in our power to ensure a climate that welcomes diversity and values inclusiveness at the COB.
News & Updates
Stacey Finkelstein, Associate Professor of Marketing to be a panelist in Iowa State University/Journal of the Association of Consumer Research (JACR) in virtual workshop, “How to approach doing racism and discrimination research,” from 10 a.m.-12:00 p.m. CST on Tuesday, January 19.
Richard Chan, Associate Professor of Management, awarded the KSG Entrepreneurship Research Award for his work “Situated signaling: How signaling environment moderates the effects of quality signals on fundraising success of initial coin offerings.”
Center for Integration of Business Education & Humanities (CIBEH) welcomes Dr. Michael R. Spicher, for a seminar talk: Aesthetics Matters: A Look at the World Beyond Art on October 21 from 12 to 1 pm via Zoom.