BMS Lecture Series: Sungjoon Nam

On May 23rd, 2018, BUS department held a BMS lecture series speaker Sungjoon Nam, the assistant professor at SUNY Korea Business Management.

He talked about the impulsive purchases made during the investigating years and the rate of return caused by the impulsive cancellation. The data is still growing and there are more research to be done to have further knowledge of what do marketers do in order to drive the people to make impulsive purchases. The mind game still happens in our every day lives as we encounter this even in our close by grocery markets. 

2018 Spring BUS Dept. Outing

On May 12th, 2018, BUS Department hosted its 2nd outing. Due to the rain, we had to cancel the previous schedule to Seoul Grand Park and Suri Mountain. We thank Professor Jin-Wan Cho and our coordinator Minha Kim who hosted this event. 

We first visited Issac Bowling to bowl and enjoy time together. After, we walked down the street to eat Korean BBQ. We spent a lot of fun time together talking and spending time with each other. 

We hope to see more of the students engage in the fun activities planned for the upcoming outings!

BMS Lecture Series: Guest Speaker Jolly V

On May 2nd, 2018, BUS Department had a special guest speaker for BMS series, Jolly V the Rapper. 

She spoke about her life and how Hip-Hop changed her perspectives and thoughts. She emphasized 3 words that Hip Hop taught her.

1. YOU
2. Creative
3. Know Someone

Thank you all for coming out to the special guest "home-party" seminar. I hope there are more support for the department lectures from students.
See you all at the next lecture!

BMS Lecture Series: Research Professor, Chihmao Hsieh

On Wednesday, April 18th, 2018, Business Department held its first BMS (Beautiful Minded Speaker) Series.

We had Professor Hsieh talk to us about his research about how the suspense the audience in films is similar in a way for the suspense that the entrepreneurs feel when they do their start up. His researched consisted of surveys of the entrepreneurs on Linkedin. We first examined the suspense that we could feel from the movie "Train to Busan" and link the emotions we have to the feelings we might have as an entrepreneur.