Lundquist College of Business

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February 3

Quack Chats speakers to tackle Super Bowl ads

UO experts from marketing and advertising will explore which high-paid ads scored touchdowns in the NFL's championship game
Sarah Nutter, dean of the UO's Lundquist College of Business
January 17

Sarah Nutter blazes trail as Lundquist's first Maletis Dean

The new head of the business school spent more than 20 years at George Mason University
David Parkinson working at a sewing machine
November 8

Keeping others safe is the goal of the UO's new Tillman Scholar

David Parkinson, an Air Force vet, landed in the sports product management program
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November 3

New study addresses differing standards in presidential race

New UO research helps explain why some politicians are held to a different standard
Bruce Blonigen
October 27

UO research spotlighted in debate on AT&T-Time Warner merger

New work by UO economics professor Bruce Blonigen is drawing attention in light of a proposed mega merger between telecommunications giants AT&T and Time
Business school Class of '66 members Bob Warsaw, Rich Burk and Greg Quesnel.
October 19

50 years later, three amigos from Class of '66 reflect on old times

Business school Class of '66 members Bob Warsaw, Rich Burk and Greg Quesnel recently reunited on campus
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October 13

Green MBA program named No. 1 for second year in a row

The Lundquist College of Business beat Stanford, Michigan and Yale for the top spot
Cyndy and Ed Maletis
October 12

Maletis gift of $5 million endows business school deanship

Incoming dean Sarah Nutter will benefit from additional resources made possible by alumni couple
Member of the Lundquist College of Business analytics team
October 11

Business students take first place in analytics competition

The annual student competition asks participants to take on a complex problem using advanced analytics
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October 10

QuackCon hacks the lid off sports and technology

The 36-hour hackathon is the first of its kind in the United States