Dr. Angela Smith Designs Class on Experimental Economics February 26, 2014: Dr. Angela Smith, Assistant Professor in the Economics Department, designed and is currently teaching a new course that covers experimental economics, a field that uses experiments with financially motivated subjects to explore decision-making behavior an
Accelerating Startups in the Shenandoah Valley February 17, 2014: Tentative greetings escalated to energized pitches as participants in the second Shenandoah Valley Startup Weekend gathered on Friday, February 7 at James Madison University.
Mark Siciliano Explains the Concept of #SocialSelling February 6, 2014: On Monday, Feb. 3, 2014, JMU alumnus and Director of the Oracle Sales Academy Mark Siciliano visited a professional selling course to explain the benefits of educating a sales force in social selling.
EAC Member Eric Major Looks Forward to K2M Going Public February 6, 2014: President, CEO, and Co-Founder of K2M, Inc. and EAC member Eric Major has recently filed an S-1 draft registration with the Securities and Exchange Commission in order to become a publicly traded company.
Dr. William Wood Aids Development of Educational Computer Game February 4, 2014: JMU Economics Professor William Wood always wanted to be a computer game developer, back in the days when Space Invaders was state of the art. He never realized that dream, but thanks to a project with the Council for Economic Education, he did get to bec