Jamie Callison, executive chef in the School of Hospitality and Business Management, shares his recipe for the perfect turkey and stuffing from his cookbook The Crimson Spoon: Plating Regional Cuisine on the Palouse. The article was published in the November 3, 2018, issue of the Moscow-Pullman Daily News.
Jerry Goodstein, professor of management, information systems, and entrepreneurship, WSU Vancouver, discusses the First Step Act, new legislation that advances a number of initiatives within federal prisons to enhance people’s reentry into society after their release from prison in his article published in the January 30, 2019, issue of The Hill. In November 2018, Goodstein contributed his insights on the benefits of second-chance hiring, not only for businesses but also for communities, in his op-ed, “Why Hiring Candidates with a Criminal Record can Help Companies and Communities” published in the November 25, 2018, issue of The Register-Guard.
Tom Tripp, professor of management and senior associate dean for academic affairs, WSU Vancouver, discusses the culture that drives revenge in the workplace, and how when institutions are perceived to be functioning with a sense of fairness, employees are less likely to feel vengeful urges, even when outcomes don’t always fall in their favor. The article appears in the January/February 2019 issue of The Atlantic.
Ron Pimentel, clinical assistant professor of marketing, WSU Vancouver, shares insightful tips to help small businesses stay competitive with big-box retailers and e-commerce businesses. His article was published in the January 22, 2019, issue of Money, Inc.
Jesus Bravo, clinical assistant professor of management, information systems, and entrepreneurship, WSU Tri-Cities, discusses how mentorships can help you take your career to the next level. His article was published on January 2, 2019, in Money, Inc.
Joan Giese, clinical associate professor of marketing, breaks down key strategies for helping retailers attract and retain customers during Black Friday and the holiday shopping season. The article was published on December 7, 2018, in Money, Inc.
Arvin Sahaym, associate professor of entrepreneurship, and Thomas Allison, assistant professor of entrepreneurship, help aspiring entrepreneurs get the most out of their search for funding by offering key strategies for building successful crowdfunding campaigns. Their article was published in Money, Inc. on November 2, 2018.
Sahaym and Allison also published an article on crowdfunding strategies in the November 2018 print edition of The Vancouver Business Journal.