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Professors David Bess and Jack Suyderhoud retire after illustrious careers

March 9, 2018

A fond aloha and mahalo to long-time faculty members David Bess and Jack Suyderhoud. Bess retired in December after serving 50 years as a professor of management and an administrator at the University of Hawai‘i.

Study finds adolescents who work in family businesses are more likely to be successful

February 21, 2018

In her research paper, Overcoming Time Compression Diseconomies of Organizational Emergence through Family Business Work, Assistant Professor of Management Marjan Houshmand found that individuals who work in family businesses during adolescence are more likely to develop self-employment tendencies, become self-employed later i

Professor Richard Brislin receives the 2017 Lifetime Achievement Award

February 21, 2018

Richard Brislin, emeritus professor of management, received the 2017 Lifetime Achievement Award from the International Academy for Intercultural Research, in recognition of his contributions to the scientific and theoretical foundations of intercultural research throughout his career. 

Professor David Bess retires after 50 years of service

February 21, 2018

David Bess retired in December 2017 after serving 50 years as a professor of management and an administrator at the University of Hawai‘i. He held several administrative positions in the Office of the Chancellor and the Office of the Vice President of Academic Affairs, and he served as dean of the College of Business from 1980 – 1998.

Professor Kiyohiko Ito selected as finalist at the 2017 Association of Japanese Business Studies Annual Meeting

February 21, 2018

Kiyohiko Ito, Shidler College Distinguished Professor and professor of management, in collaboration with U.S. Army Colonel T. Peacock (IM PhD 2014) and K. Asakawa, presented their paper, A Study of Profitability and Competitiveness of U.S.

University of Hawai‘i study finds lack of sleep contributes to prejudice and stereotyping

July 25, 2013

Does sleepiness make one more likely to be prejudiced or to engage in stereotyping? In a recent study, Assistant Professor Sonia Ghumman from the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa Shidler College of Business found that individuals who lack sleep were more likely to engage in prejudice and stereotyping behavior.