The University of Oklahoma has launched a four-part OU Global Risks & Threats Series, with leaders from the intelligence, finance, law enforcement, corporate and cyber sectors. The second forum, Reopening in a Post-COVID World, is scheduled Saturday, July 18, and will address business-related post-COVID issues, including strengthening the global supply chain. The series is offered complimentary to the public.
The Glen McLaughlin Prize for Ethics in Accounting Research has now celebrated 20 years and has become known as the “gold standard” of ethics research in accounting across the country. We decided to contact the winning authors to see what they saw as the key “Lessons Learned” from their work. We hope you will take a moment to read and perhaps think about ways to bring these lessons to your own work, teaching or research.
Tom Lumpkin, the Michael F. Price Chair and Professor of Entrepreneurship and executive director of the Tom Love Center for Entrepreneurship and Economic Development at the Michael F. Price College of Business, has received a 10-year Impact Award from SAGE Publishing for his paper, “Entrepreneurial Orientation and Business Performance: An Assessment of Past Research and Suggestions for the Future.”
The University of Oklahoma has announced the appointment of Corey Phelps, Ph.D., as dean of the Michael F. Price College of Business, pending OU Board of Regents’ approval. His role at OU will begin July 1. Phelps will join OU from McGill University, where he serves as Marcel Desautels Faculty Fellow and associate dean of executive programs and education at the Desautels Faculty of Management.
The Michael F. Price College of Business and the John T. Steed School of Accounting at the University of Oklahoma have maintained their business and accounting accreditation for another five years by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International).
As Oklahoma’s second-largest industry continues to grow, the University of Oklahoma is launching new graduate programs in aerospace and defense through the Michael F. Price College of Business to meet a nationwide workforce shortage head-on. The College will offer two graduate-level programs through its Gene Rainbolt Graduate School of Business, located in Oklahoma City, beginning fall 2020.
February was full of highs for the University of Oklahoma’s Energy Institute, which saw two major rankings for its Executive MBA in Energy program. The institute, which is facilitated by OU’s Michael F. Price College of Business, received three significant write-ups in the February 2020 issue of Hart Energy’s industry magazine, Oil and Gas Investor, including the No. 1 ranking in its premiere Top 15 Energy Graduate Programs listing.
The College has announced brand-new ranking jumps in both U.S. News and World Report and Poets&Quants for Undergrads. In the 2020 U.S. News Best Online Programs rankings, the Price College of Business has jumped 15 spots to No. 55 in the nation for its online master’s business program (non-MBA)after debuting in 2019. In late December, Poets&Quants announced another double-digit jump for Price College in its Best of 2020 ranking, to No. 57, up nearly 20 spots from last year.
The full-time MBA program, offered by the Michael F. Price College of Business at the University of Oklahoma and housed at the Gene Rainbolt Graduate School of Business in Oklahoma City, jumped 15 spots from last year to 64th in the nation in Bloomberg Businessweek’s ranking of the 2019-20 best MBA programs.
The academic year is off to a strong start for the Michael F. Price College of Business at the University of Oklahoma. Coming on the heels of high rankings for its graduate-level programs this spring, the College today announced a huge jump in rankings for its undergraduate programs by U.S. News and World Report.
Thanks to Price College alumna and Board of Advisors member Glenda Schwarz (BBA, Accounting, 1988), Vice President and Controller of ConocoPhillips, part of a $6 million gift from ConocoPhillips, originally made in 2007, has been reallocated to support an endowed faculty position in Price College’s Steed School of Accounting: the ConocoPhillips Chair in Energy Accounting.
To build upon the success of the Oklahoma Catalyst programs and grow Oklahoma City’s biotech community, the Tom Love Innovation Hub has been funded through a $100,000 grant from the Presbyterian Health Foundation to launch a pair of life sciences-focused Oklahoma Catalyst programs with the support of the OUHSC and Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation.
The Michael F. Price College of Business ensures the enduring global competitiveness of Oklahoma and the nation.