Message from the Dean
Dear Price College Student,
I am excited to welcome you back for the start of what will be an academic year of energy, enthusiasm, and substance here at OU’s Price College of Business.
As a Price College graduate (Accounting & Finance '98), I benefitted directly from the contributions provided to our students by our talented faculty and staff. Price College faculty and staff care about you, the individual, with a sharp focus on preparing you to be both a college graduate and as a leader who can move the world forward, be it in Oklahoma or beyond.
I encourage you to build both varied and strong relationships with the many constituencies who come together to make Price College great. This will prove to be one of the greatest sources of value you derive from your college experience as you cultivate life-long associations with your professors, staff, other students, and alumni.
Likewise, you should consider me your advocate both during your time in Price College and in the years that follow as you make a difference in the world. I work hard to be accessible to our students and stand ready to assist you with your questions, concerns, ideas, and dreams. If I can help you personally, I will. If there is another team member in Price College who is better suited to assist you, I’ll do my best to make sure you receive fair counsel and support at every turn.
I’m thrilled that you are a part of the Price College family. Have a great semester. Work hard, have fun, and make meaning in everything you do.
Daniel W. Pullin
Dean and Fred E. Brown Chair
Professor Nim Razook was recently recognized by the Academy of Legal Studies in Business with the John Bonsignore Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching. This distinguished award honors those who “demonstrate a professional commitment to the undergraduate study of law and whose teaching or research is interdisciplinary, demonstrates critical thinking skills, and reflects humanitarian concerns.” Razook is the David Ross Boyd Professor of Legal Studies and holds the Robert M. Zinke Chair in Energy Management.
Learn what it takes to successfully launch and run a new business in the new Introduction to Entrepreneurship course this fall. The course is open to all OU majors and meets every Tuesday and Thursday, 9-10:30am. Enroll today!
Energy Management student Emily Alspaw shares her Price College experience and the importance of the JCPenney Leadership Board Fellows Program.
After winning the Oklahoma Governor's Cup Competition in April, Price students placed second and won an additional $20K for their concept, Raw, at the Tri-State Competition in Las Vegas May 28 where they competed against the best teams from Arkansas and Nevada. Raw team member Ali Davis also won the individual pitch competition. Read our news release to learn more.
Price College and the Steed School of Accounting achieved reaccreditation by AACSB International (the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business). AACSB accreditation is earned by less than five percent of the world's business programs.
Check out the summer edition of the Price magazine and catch up on the college's recent activities, updates and achievements!
The Purpose of Price
The Michael F. Price College of Business ensures the enduring global competitiveness of Oklahoma and the nation.