COLLEGE OF BUSINESS
What is the most significant threat to workplace cyber security breaches? It may just be the complacency of the person in the cubicle next to you. Five years after first presenting his concept in 2016, Dr. Tom Stafford has published his grounded theory development of a mid-range Theory of Cybersecurity Complacency.
The College of Business graduate programs are once again among the best in the nation, with a 2022 U.S. News Best Graduate Schools ranking of 106.
The College of Business received three Gold honors and one Silver honor in the 36th Annual Educational Advertising Awards competition.
The College of Business recently sponsored Loyola College Prep’s Flyers & Buyers, a pitch competition designed to provide early exposure to entrepreneurship. Dean Chris Martin served as a judge and winners received scholarships to the College.
Louisiana Tech University welcomed 364 new graduates into the Tech Alumni Family in two separate ceremonies held today (Saturday, March 6) in the Thomas Assembly Center. This is the 335th commencement exercise held at Tech. Each of today’s...
Judge Jeff, Susan, Gabrielle, and Stephen Cox have made a $150,000 gift to benefit the College of Business. Made to honor the legacy of Jeff’s father, Orville “O.D.” Cox, funds will support current and future programming within the College. To further honor O.D., the atrium in the College’s newest wing has been named the Cox Family Atrium.
This issue explores the economic impact of the global COVID-19 pandemic, with specific focuses on economic forecasts for the state and employment and labor income growth and losses. The report also examines the impact of the rebuilding of three of Louisiana Tech’s athletics complexes
KTVE/KARD recently highlighted the success of Tyler Ross, Jamar Anderson, and La’Dereka Christian, three College of Business students, as part of their series on Black History Month.
This is the third year Tech and GSU have partnered to put on a diversity and inclusion-themed event for business students, but it was the first one to include officers from such major companies, thanks to being fully online.
Dr. Chris Martin and senior accounting major Tyler Ross spoke with Fox14 news about the third annual Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace Forum hosted by the College of Business.