The official e-newsletter of the College of Business
The mission of the UNT
College of Business is to College Opens BLB in “Grand” Fashion
prepare tomorrow’s business Story credit: Leslie Wimmer, UNT News Service
leaders in an intellectually
The University of North Texas and the UNT interdisciplinary research.
stimulating and collegial
College of Business officially opened the new “The Grand Opening marked a new
community through high-
Business beginning for the College
quality teaching, research,
Leadership of Business,” said
Building on College of Business
September 22 Dean Finley Graves. “It
with more than celebrated the opening of
NOVEMBER 2011 350 people in a building on par with any
attendance. business building in the
Some of the country, but it also
180,000-square- symbolized the path UNT
foot building’s and the College have
IN THIS ISSUE: features include taken toward becoming a
a securities national research
(click on a story below) trading room university, including
with a dozen Bloomberg kiosks and a scrolling instruction that incorporates cutting-edge
stock ticker, an executive board room, 24 technology and research that impacts the
Accounting and Financial
Reporting Update Conference classrooms, a café, computer labs, a rooftop business world internationally.”
garden, study and tutor rooms and an entire The building is expected to receive gold-
CoB Golf Classic Raises floor dedicated to faculty offices and meeting level Leadership in Energy and Environmental
Money for Scholarships spaces. In a departure from academic tradition, Design certification from the U.S. Green
faculty offices will not be organized by Building Council, which means the building’s
Jeb Bush Featured Speaker
department, a design feature encouraging click more to read on page 4
at 2011 Leadership Luncheon
Help PLP Find “Lost” Alumni
UNT Logistics and Supply Chain Mangement Program
Receives Top 25 Ranking
ITDS Student Places Third in
Microsoft Imagine Cup
The UNT Logistics and Supply Chain Logistics Education and Research.
Did You Know? Management program was “College recruiters use the
Center for Logistics Education ranked 23rd in North America, rankings to identify the very top
and Research according to research programs to recruit the best talent
published on October 6 by available,” he said. “As the quality of
CoB in the News Gartner, Inc. our students and programs move to the
This marks the first time next plateau, UNT will further move up
CoB on the Scene
UNT has been ranked in in the rankings resulting in even more
Gartner’s top 25 programs. recruiters, companies, and students
“Program rankings, being attracted to our campus.”
including Gartner, can have a In the study, Gartner assesses
positive and long-term effect North American university supply chain
on the UNT supply chain programs,” said Dr. programs and provides insights on the ones
Terry Pohlen, Director of the Center for click more to read on page 5
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2011 AAFRU Accounting and Financial Reporting Update
Featured Conference Set for November 10
Speakers The Professional Development Institute
and Dallas CPA Society
Program attendees are eligible for up to
eight hours of CPE, while
have teamed up with the covering topics of current
James J. Leisenring College of Business to relevance to board members,
Former Board Member,
host the annual financial executives,
Paul Munter Accounting and Financial accountants, owners/
Partner, KPMG Reporting Update managers of business
Jay Hanson Conference on November organizations, CPAs,
Board Member, PCAOB 10 at the Hilton Anatole in financial analysts, attorneys
Dallas. and others interested in
Charles River Associates The conference staying abreast of important
Robert Dye provides an unparalleled opportunity for accounting and financial reporting
Chief Economist, Comerica meaningful interaction between business, developments.
financial and accounting professionals, policy To learn more and register, visit http://
Managing Director, PwC makers and the private sector. www.pdi.org/pdf/AAFRU_Brochure_2011.pdf.
Partner, Andrews Kurth
Audit Committee Chairman Golf Tournament Raises More than $18,000 for Student
CFO, Southwest Airlines
The College of Business held its second There were a total of fourteen tournament
2011 annual Golf Classic on October 3 at Old sponsors and sixteen raffle donors. Donated
American Golf Club in an effort to raise items included two round trip tickets on
Golf Classic scholarship money for business students. American Airlines, a weekend stay at the
Sponsors The event, Hilton, an
which is autographed Tony
coordinated by Romo jersey and
Jacobs the CoB a gift card to III
Ennead Architects Dean’s Forks restaurant.
Advisory Board, This year
BIRDIE SPONSORS raised $18,300 also marked a new
Rhys J. Best to go directly location for the
Duxiana into the tournament. Old
Starplex Cinema General American Golf
Texas Capital Bank Scholarship Club is known not
Fund for the College of Business Golf Classic Winners: (from left to right) Tom
only for its
PAR SPONSORS college. beautiful scenic
Collard, Phillip Brown, Bruce Smith, Michael Cole
UNT Department of
Accounting Steve views, but for its
TTI, Inc. Holmes, chair challenging course.
Crane Worldwide of the golf committee, said this fundraiser The winning team, representing Duxiana,
Morgan Stanley Smith allows the advisory board to utilize their won an automatic entry and free
Barney personal and professional networks to help accommodations to the Acura College Alumni
US Health support the College. Team Championship held at Pinehurst Resort
Trinity Highway Products “Each of us are committed to the success in North Carolina on October 27-30. Winning
of the College of Business,” Holmes said. team members were Phillip Brown, Michael
SHIRT SPONSOR “Everyone involved in the tournament stepped Cole, Tom Collard, and Bruce Smith.
Whitley Penn LLP, CPA’s up to the plate to ensure we achieved our
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Jeb Bush Scheduled to Speak at Leadership Luncheon CoB
Story credit: Leslie Wimmer, UNT News Service
Former and programs offered through the Murphy
Governor of Center for Entrepreneurship. Each year at the Dr. Michael Meeks is the
new Associate Director
Florida, Jeb Bush, luncheon student scholarships are awarded,
of the Murphy Center for
will be the keynote donors are recognized and winners of the
speaker at the Center’s New Venture Creation Contest are to coming to UNT, he was
2011 BDO, USA announced. Assistant Professor of
LLP Leadership Also, each year a recipient is awarded Management and Founding
Luncheon. the Murphy Award, honoring lifetime Director of the San
Francisco State University
The achievement in entrepreneurship. Past
Family Business Center.
Leadership Murphy Award winners include Trammell
Luncheon will last Crow, Ebby Halliday, Herb Kelleher and Sam Dr. Danielle Cooper,
from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on November 18, Wyly. professor of management,
at the Hilton Anatole in Dallas. The Murphy Center for Entrepreneurship serves on the Journal of
“We are thrilled to have Jeb Bush as our opened its doors in 2000 with a $1 million Organizational Behavior
Editorial Review Board.
keynote speaker this year, since he is not donation from Ken and the late Shirley
only a great political leader but also an Murphy, founders and owners of The Mail
The Student Chapter of
advocate for education and Box. The center encourages the Society for Human
entrepreneurship,” said Tony Mendes, entrepreneurship by providing students with Resource Management
director of the Murphy Center for counseling, mentoring and training (SHRM) was awarded the
Entrepreneurship. opportunities that help them turn ideas into 2010-2011 Superior Merit
Award from the National
The Leadership Luncheon has been an viable business entities.
Society for Human Resource
annual event for the Murphy Center for Registration and sponsorship
Management. This award
Entrepreneurship since 2002. Past speakers opportunities are still available through recognizes student chapter
include H. Ross Perot, George Foreman and November 11. For more information, call achievements and a
Nolan Ryan. 940.565.2848 or email MurphyCenter@unt. commitment to providing
Proceeds from the Leadership Luncheon edu. meaningful programs and
services to its members.
are used for scholarships, student awards
Dr. Victor Prybutok,
Regents Professor of
ITDS, and Xiaoni Zhang
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CoB ITDS Student Places Third in Microsoft Imagine Cup
Tidbits The Microsoft Imagine Cup is an Round 2, Angel submitted an essay-based
international competition in case study that tested her ability to
Dr. Wes Randall, professor
of logistics, was recognized
which students write software reason through and describe an
for having the best article in and develop plans to “solve the architecture and method of
2010 in the Transportation world toughest problems.” UNT implementation of a Microsoft
Journal. Dr. Randall was ITDS student Angel Fox networking environment.
Recognized at the Supply placed third out of nine in the She was invited by Microsoft
U.S. and 25th out of 112 in the to attend the TechEd conference in
Educator Conference on
world in the IT Challenge Atlanta, GA to talk about the
category. Imagine Cup and blog for the event
The Spencer Foundation In Round 1 of the (http://angelfox.weebly.com).
awarded the Risk competition Angel was Four other students,
Management and required to pass a 60 minute Christopher Blackmon,
Insurance program a Risk
online quiz about various Microsoft products Johnathan Bolt, Angela Fox, and Christina
Manager in Residence for
the second year in a row.
(e.g., Windows 2008 R2, Hyper-V Isabel Gray also competed. Faculty mentors
Virtualization, etc.). Students, who were Dr. Chang Koh, Dr. Sherry Ryan and Dr.
Dr. Mary Jones, chair of successfully passed Round 1, advanced to Charles Blankston.
the ITDS department, has compete in Round 2 of the IT Challenge. In
been selected as a UNT
Leadership Fellow for
the 2011-2012 academic
year. Leadership Fellows
are selected among UNT
Business Leadership Building Grand Opening
department chairs, interim continued from page 1
chairs, and other faculty
members who show interest design and construction met strict provides to stop and chat with students, an
in and demonstrate potential environmental standards. opportunity our old building did not offer,”
in administration. UNT President V. Lane Rawlins said Graves said. “The students’ new sense of
the new Business Leadership Building is part community and connection to the college is
The Risk Management and
of a wave of new university facilities amazing.”
Insurance program has
received $60,000 in student symbolizing that UNT’s dedication to The building will use cloud computing as
scholarships from industry providing students the best education has its main computing platform, which allows all
partners as of Fall 2011. never been stronger. students and faculty to
They have also received “Everything we do access College of
$10,000 to be used for
at UNT is in support of Business software and
our students, so when applications from
The College of Business we build, it’s not just to anywhere in the world, at
raised $844.20 for the make room for more any time, without having to
State Employee Charitable students on a booming be in a computer lab in the
Campaign. Cheryl campus. We’ve created building. Each classroom
McQueen, Senior Assistant
a state-of-the-art features two video
to the Dean, led several
environment to inspire projection screens,
fundraisers including raffles,
a bake sale and a costume students and help them become the next document cameras, fast internet connections
contest. generation of business leaders and for using live video with HD video cameras
entrepreneurs,” Rawlins said. and fast wireless internet access. Meeting
CoB alumni: Seeing students enjoy the building’s rooms have video conference capabilities,
We want to hear from you!
collaborative spaces has been especially document cameras, projection screens,
Share your good news with
rewarding, Graves said. wireless microphones and telephones.
Email: “Walking through the atrium, the primary Construction on the $70 million building
firstname.lastname@example.org. gathering space in the building, is a particular began in 2009. It is designed to
treat for me because of the opportunity it accommodate more than 7,500 students.
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Logistics and Supply Chain Management Program Ranked Did You
continued from page 1 Know?
doing the best job developing students into want graduates who can make an immediate
supply chain professionals. impact. Many graduates tend to be “book- The Center for Logistics
Education and Research
Institutions were ranked according to smart,” but are deficient in skills necessary to
(CLER) is one of four
three criterion: 1) industry value (highly do the job.
centers housed in the
recruited schools); 2) program scope In order to address this gap, every College of Business.
(students have a broad understanding of student majoring in logistics at UNT is
industry concepts); and 3) program size required to complete an internship prior to CLER establishes
(number of students and professors in a graduation. partnerships between
businesses and the
program). Gartner, Inc. is the world’s leading
The study found that programs had a information technology research and
designed to advance
high industry value when students have advisory company. Founded in 1979, the study and practice of
real-world experience, i.e. internships. Gartner’s research is utilized by leaders in all logistics and supply chain
According to the study, “programs that areas of business. management in Texas,
require internships and have curricula that To read the full research report, visit nationally and globally.
reflect a broad, supply chain span of control http://cob.unt.edu/
Learn more at http://
performed best in our assessment.” documents/2011GartnerStudy.pdf.
Past industry research shows recruiters
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CoB In the News
Despite danger, aviation logistics senior wants to return to finish work
12:08 AM CDT on Sunday, September 18, 2011
By Rachel Mehlhaff / Staff Writer
University of North Texas student Alex Scheidel was fitted for body armor before he even got on the plane to his summer internship in
2D Monday, September 19, 2011 dallasnews.com The Dallas Morning News Afghanistan.
Scheidel, who’s studying aviation logistics, was given the job of creating an efficient system for transporting medical supplies and maintaining
Now on dallasnews.com/business CONSUMER WATCH
inventory on military bases in the area. He arrived in Afghanistan in July, after a 16-hour flight.
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During his time there, Scheidel and his team determined the amount of supplies each base should have and made sure deliveries were set up
WHAT’S MAKING NEWS clothes perfectly well in cold because some bases weren’t getting the supplies they needed. The supplies are delivered in planes and helicopters.
business water, manufacturers say, but
customers are stubbornly re-
facility Monday fusing to turn down the tem-
The National Association of Home Builders releases housing About three-quarters of the
market index for September. energy use and greenhouse-gas
he University of North Lennar Corp. releases financial results. emissions from washing a load
Texas and its College of laundry come from heating
of Business will offi- Tuesday the water — a practice that, sci-
cially open the new $70 mil- entists say, is often wasteful
The Commerce Department releases housing starts for
lion Business Leadership and unnecessary.
Building at 10:30 a.m. Thurs- Procter & Gamble, the con-
day on the Denton campus. The Federal Reserve meets to discuss interest rates. sumer products giant that
Some of the 180,000- Carnival Corp., ConAgra Foods Inc. and Oracle Corp. release makes Tide, takes credit for the 1 of 5 9/29/2011 11:33 AM
square-foot building’s features financial results. innovation of cold-water deter-
include a securities trading gent in North America. After
room with a dozen Bloomberg Wednesday realizing how much energy was
kiosks and a scrolling stock used to heat water for laundry,
The National Association of Realtors releases existing home
ticker; an executive board- Procter set a goal to convert 70
sales for September.
room; 24 classrooms; a café; percent of all washing-ma-
General Mills Inc. releases financial results.
computer labs; a rooftop gar- chine loads to cold water by
den; study and tutor rooms;
2020; by Proctor’s estimate 38
and an entire floor dedicated
to faculty offices and meeting
The Labor Department releases weekly jobless claims.
percent of laundry loads glob-
ally are done in cold water. 1. The Business Leadership Building was featured in a column by
spaces. Tide Coldwater was intro-
Dallas Morning News writer, Robert Miller on September 19,
Freddie Mac releases weekly mortgage rates.
In a departure from tradi- duced in 2005. Several com-
tion, faculty offices will not be The Conference Board releases leading indicators for Au- petitors followed with their
organized by department, a own cold-water formulas, in-
feature designed to encourage
Discover Financial Services, FedEx Corp., Nike Inc. and Rite
Aid Corp. release financial results.
cluding Purex from Henkel,
Wisk from Sun Products and 2011.
ary research. Biokleen from a small compa-
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Leading International Monetary Fund and the
ny by the same name.
Sales data provided by Hen-
CoB alum Melisa Denis, who is a senior partner at KPMG and
marks a new kel shows that sales of cold-wa-
the College of
World Bank begin and run through Sunday.
KB Home releases financial results.
Nike Inc. releases financial results Thursday, along
with Discover Financial Services and FedEx Corp.
ter detergents have declined 16
percent in the last year in the
Dean’s Advisory Board member, was a featured author of an
article in Texas CEO Magazine. The article highlights her
Business,” said U.S. Despite the challenges,
FINLEY Dean Finley Procter & Gamble officials re-
Graves. “It main undeterred.
experience as a woman in the boardroom as well as the
celebrates the opening of a New advertising is promot-
building on par with any busi- UNT opens new business complex in grand fashion ing the virtues of Tide Cold-
ness building in the country, water, and the company is
but it also symbolizes the path
UNT and the Business College
have taken toward becoming a
Home sales, building may stay in rut
12:21 AM CDT on Friday, September 23, 2011
By Rachel Mehlhaff / Staff Writer
working with washing ma-
chine manufacturers to im-
prove cold-water cycles in
formation of The Board Connection, an organization which
national research university,
including instruction that business Thursday.
The stock exchange bell at the University of North Texas rang as Dean Finley Graves declared the new Business Leadership Building open for
Hurdles may thwart rebound IPO calendar The New York Times supports women professionals. To read the full article, visit
in residential real estate
The following companies plan initial public offerings this week:
technology and research that “We accomplished a vision,” said Graves, dean of the College of Business.
Company Headquarters Shares Price
impacts the business world WhiteGlove Health Inc.* Austin 2.5 million $6 to $9
internationally.” Sales of previously owned homes in *The offering was scheduled for week of Sept. 12, but did not price. CALENDAR
The building is expected to
receive gold-level Leadership
August probably held close to the weak- SOURCE: The Associated Press
est level this year while construction TUESDAY
3. Aviation logistics student, Alex Scheidel, was featured in an
in Energy and Environmental may have dropped to a three-month
article in the Denton Record Chronicle on September 18, 2011.
Dallas Career Transition: “10 Lessons
Design (LEED) certification low as the industry showed few signs of al pace of August housing starts is for Success” with speaker Mary
from the U.S. Green Building emerging from its slump, economists 590,000, little changed from the Anne Davis, 6 p.m. at Park Cities
Council, which means its said in advance of reports due out this 587,000 begun last year, the second-
The artlcle highlights Alex’s experience during his summer
Baptist Church Fellowship Hall,
design and construction met week. fewest ever. Home construction totaled 3933 Northwest Parkway. Visit
strict environmental stan- Existing-home sales probably rose 554,000 units in 2009, the lowest since
internship in Afghanistan. Alex’s internship was through Onsite
dards. 1.7 percent to a 4.75 million annual rate record-keeping began in 1959.
Finley Graves, dean of the University WEDNESDAY
UNT president V. Lane from an eight-month low in July, ac- Building permits, an indicator of fu-
of North Texas’ College of Business,
Rawlins said the Business cording to a survey of 59 economists ture construction, probably fell 1.8 per- Success North Dallas: “Taking on the
addresses the crowd at the grand
Occupational Health and Safety Inc., which handles medical
Leadership Building symbol- ahead of Wednesday’s report from the cent in August, the report from the Giants: The Ambit Energy Story”
opening of the university's Business with speaker Jere W. Thompson, 7:15
izes UNT’s dedication to pro- National Association of Realtors. Commerce Department is expected to
Leadership Building on Thursday in a.m. at Prestonwood Country Club,
viding students the best edu- Economists also forecast that Com- also show.
needs for civilian contractors sent on government deployments.
15909 Preston Road. Contact Jan
cation possible. merce Department data being released Meanwhile, a report coming Mon-
View larger More photos Photo store Klodner at 214-316-8920.
“Everything we do at UNT a day earlier will show that housing day may show the National Association
Calendar deadlines are one week
is in support of our students, of Home trading room flashed senti-
starts dropped 2.3 percent. 12 Bloomberg terminals and a scrolling stock ticker in the securitiesBuilders/Wells Fargoto life as the UNT band played the university’s fight
4. The Business Leadership Building Grand Opening was featured
before publication. Email business
so when we build, it’s not just ment index held
Limited employment, declining more than 300 people in attendance clapped and sang along. at 15 this month. Read-
song, while the firstname.lastname@example.org
to make room for more stu- property values and mounting foreclo- ings lower than 50 mean more respon-
dents on a booming campus. dents view conditions the university celebrate the grand opening of the new $70
sures remain hurdles Denton Mayor Mark Burroughs and state Rep. Myra Crownover, R-Denton, helpedas poor.
We’ve created a state-of-the-
art environment to inspire
thwarting a sustained rebound business building.
dential real estate.
million in resi- Homebuyer traffic and construction
along the eastern seaboard may also in an article in the Denton Record Chronicle on September 23,
students and help them be- “The economy overall will take this have been hindered by Hurricane
come the next generation of
business leaders and entrepre-
crawl-stagger-crawl approach into
The Associated Press
2012, which reflects5all the issues the re- Construction may be dropping to a
Irene, which caused losses of about
$12.4 billion, according to an estimate
COMPANIES 10/5/2011 11:25 AM 2011. The article highlights the day’s events as well as the
neurs,” he said. covery is wrestling,” said Paul Ballew, three-month low. by Kinetic Analysis Corp., a Silver IN THE NEWS
“Walking through the atri-
um, the primary gathering
chief economist at Nationwide Mutual
Insurance Co. “Housing should hit a the Federal Open Market Committee fects of disasters.
Spring, Md., firm that predicts the ef- This index lists companies in The
Dallas Morning News’ Business
sustainability of the building.
section today. Not covered are
space in the building, is a trough by the end of this year before go- completes a two-day meeting on Among data this week, the Confer- companies mentioned in passing
particular treat for me because ing sideways at very suppressed levels.” Wednesday. Ben Bernanke, the central ence Board’s index of leading economic and those listed only in financial
of the opportunity it provides Federal Reserve officials meet this bank’s chairman, told economists Sept. indicators is projected to show growth tables.
College of Business On the Scene
1. The ITDS Department partnered with IBM to host a Smarter Planet Day on September 15. The event was part of a worldwide tour in which students learn
the skills it takes to build a smarter planet. Activities included a scavenger hunt, a “zone” fair and a panel discussion. Dr. John Windsor was the campus
2. College of Business students enjoy lunch provided by the Dean’s Office and drinks provided by the Departments of Management, ITDS and FIREL during
the 2011 Homecoming Tailgate. Attendees donated $615 toward student scholarships.
3. The Distinguished Speaker Series brought Phil Sorgen, UNT alum and Vice President for Microsoft, to speak to students on September 23, 2011.
Pictured are:(from l-r) CoB student ambassadors Maria Hernandez, Grant Elliott, Dean Finley Graves, Phil Sorgen and Jin Na.
4. The Fall 2011 College of Business Career Fair was held on September 14, 2011 in the UNT Coliseum. More than 950 students were in attendance as well
as 115 companies. Visit http://careercenter.unt.edu/ to participate in the Spring Career Fair.
5. Management faculty member, Mike Sexton, found a creative way to raise money for Juvenile Diabetes. Mr. Sexton began a “Stripping for Charity” raffle in
which a lucky raffle winner was able to shave off his beard! Ann Bartts, CoB Academic Advisor, was the lucky winner.
NOVEMBER 2011 businessCONNECTION The official e-newsletter of the College of Business
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