Brian Schultz is in his 29th year as a faculty member in the Economics Department at UWRF. He has been associate dean in the College of Business and Economics for the past four years, and serves as director of the UWRF Center for Economic Education.
November 15, 2007
My CBE 100 students, over the past two weeks, have been reading a chapter on goal-setting and time management from our textbook. The chapter starts with a section on defining your personal values, and then the author discusses setting long-term and short-term goals. Finally, there is a section on linking your goals with your values, […]
October 25, 2007
I often get questions from students, so I thought I would share a couple of them with you, along with my responses: Dear C. BEAD (College of Business and Education, Associate Dean): My grandma, Penny Pincher, worries about me all the time. She thinks I spend too much money (actually that I charge too many […]
October 11, 2007
We are inundated these days by acronyms. From UWRF to MTV and IM to CNN, we see these abbreviations wherever we go. One acronym that has been very visible on our campus, especially around the College of Business and Economics (CBE), is AACSB (The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, International). AACSB, International is […]