Behold the FSU Organizational Effectiveness Institute, formerly the Center for Human Resource Management, and meet Samantha Paustian-Underdahl, the Barry and Janice Anderson Director of the institute and the Mary Tilley Bessemer Associate Professor of Business Administration.
A new study from a Florida State University College of Business researcher finds that firms with greater gender and ethnic diversity retain more accountants and produce better audits.
Professor Ruby Lee sometimes finds herself going through old photos, ones that she can hold in her hands and close to her heart. They include pictures from 1990 – before the digital age – when she, on a journey to learn more about the world, backpacked across central and eastern Europe and encountered perfect strangers who shared her penchant for kindness and connection. She especially remembers their generosity.
A faculty member from the Florida State University College of Business accounting department has won a selective one-year U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission appointment that college officials boast as a boon to her and the university's national and international reputation. Aleksandra "Ally" Zimmerman, an assistant professor and Dean's Emerging Scholar who specializes in auditing and taxation, in August will begin her assignment in the SEC Academic Intergovernmental Personnel Act Mobility Program in Washington, D.C.
If companies want to ensure that pregnant women and new mothers stay on their payrolls, they'd do well to offer competitive maternity benefits. They'd also want to hire and retain supportive managers and leaders. So suggests new research by Samantha Paustian-Underdahl, the Mary Tilley Bessemer Associate Professor of Business Administration in the Florida State University College of Business.
Diligence and dedication continue to result in recognition for Maura Scott, recently named Florida State University College of Business' inaugural Dr. Persis E. and Dr. Charles E. Rockwood Eminent Scholar in Marketing.
Her research shows up in more than a thousand citations by fellow scholars. Her new findings resulted in five papers that are under advanced review at premier marketing journals. She has served on at least four journal editorial boards and at least five dissertation committees. The breadth of achievements by Colleen Harmeling reads like a list of feats that most faculty aspire to accomplish over the course of their career. For her success as an emerging female research star and mentor, the American Marketing Association recently named Harmeling winner of its 2023 Erin Anderson Award.
Samantha Paustian-Underdahl seeks volunteers for a study she's embarking on with Shanna Daniels, a fellow faculty member in the Department of Management.
Consider the lengths to which Darren Brooks has gone to assist and promote the Florida State University College of Business. For the college and its students in recent months, he has: busted a dance move to great reviews, simultaneously tackled multiple roles and gotten pies smeared in his face and liked it. "I'm having a ball," Brooks said. "I really do enjoy what I do." But don't misunderstand: He means business.
Florida State University marketing professor Maura Scott finds herself reflecting on the legacy of Persis Rockwood, the late FSU marketing professor who established so many firsts that she might as well have trademarked the word.