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Sellinger School of Business and Management
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Professor of Finance Karyl Leggio, Ph.D., has been featured in The Daily Record.

Read her comments on T. Rowe Price's proxy mistake.
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Congratulations to Loyola's Financial Management Association students on being named a "Superior Chapter" for 2016 by the Financial Management Association International - Student Programs!
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Economics professor Stephen J.K. Walters, Ph.D., has been featured in the National Review. Check out his column discussing higher minimum-wage laws.
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Last Saturday marked Loyola University Maryland’s 164th Commencement Exercises where more than 1,200 students received degrees.

Congratulations to all Loyola graduate and undergraduate students!
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Michael Runnels, associate professor of law and social responsibility, was quoted by The Daily Record.

Read his comments on the Port Covington tax increment financing debate and how it will affect Baltimore’s most vulnerable residents.
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Sellinger is pleased to announce that Susan Hasler has been named assistant dean for business programs. Susan has more than 25 years of experience in the areas of student development and enrollment management.
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Professor of Finance Karyl Leggio, Ph.D., has been featured in The Daily Record.

Read her comments on the effect a change in leadership has on Under Armour's dropping stocks.
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Jeremy Schwartz, assistant professor of economics, was interviewed by WMAR TV discussing the Verizon strike.

Read his comments on how the employees' efforts may benefit company management.
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The Emerging Leaders MBA class is currently on their international field study in Chile. They are partaking in cultural immersion actives, including hiking in the Andes, visiting vineyards, and learning local history on guided tours, before beginning the business meetings portion of the trip.
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Kerry Tan, Ph.D., assistant professor of economics, was interviewed by NPR station WKSU (Cleveland/Akron, Ohio) for a four-part series on the effect of de-hubbing in the airline industry. Fast forward to the 0:32 mark for Kerry’s clip.
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