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A pioneer in the field of decision analysis will speak at an informal business seminar on Wednesday, Feb. 7, from noon - 1 p.m., in McClelland Hall 208.
Top government officials, cutting-edge researchers and law enforcement agencies from across the nation met in Tucson in January to discuss how advanced information technology can speed the pursuit of justice.
A group of MBA students from the UA Eller College will present their commercial feasability study to the Tucson-based lightning firm, Global Atmospherics. At stake is developing widespread technology that could be used to measure the severity of coming storms.
UA engineering and business sponsored their annual Technology & Management Award Luncheon to honor technology and business leaders. More than 1,000 people from Arizona's technology and business communites attended the event on Dec. 12 in Phoenix. Michael R. Bonsignore, chairman and CEO of Honeywell International, received the 2000 Technology Executive of the Year Award at the event.
IFS North America, a developer of enterprise software applications with its United States headquarters in Tucson, Ariz., has finalized an agreement to donate applications, support, training and services to the UA's Eller College.
The UA recently received a $1.2 million grant that will go toward promoting effective methods of treating substance abuse disorders.
The annual Arizona Business Forum will deconstruct the unique and innovative strategies that distinguish the best entrepreneurial firms in the Tucson area.
The University of Arizona's Eller College of Business and Public Administration and the department of management information systems held its grand opening and open house of the new Mark and Susan Hoffman E-Commerce Lab, Friday, Oct. 20.
Bank One and the University of Arizona's Eller College of Business and Public Administration have joined forces to offer a series of Business Forums, aimed at business leaders and decision makers, throughout the year. The first forum was Oct. 25.
The economy may be slowing - but not so much that anyone could notice. Real growth, measured at 6 percent, is the fastest in 16 years. Even so,inflation remains subdued and has actually cooled in recent months. That,according to a forecast update prepared by the Economic and BusinessResearch Program at the UA Eller College of Business and PublicAdministration.