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Through generous donations, a classroom in the Richard J. Bolte, Sr. School of Business was renovated and updated with current technology in honor of Professor Thomas Ryan C'63 for his 47 years of teaching at the Mount. Fr. James Donohue offered the blessing for the event. Tyler Jones, C'13 spoke on behalf of the students and thanked the donors for this honorable gift.

The Ryan Classroom Dedication was held January 16, 2013.

Ryan cutting ribbon Fr. Jim_blessing Ryan speaks at podium Student speaks at dedication

Sandra Sjoberg
Thomas H. Powell, President of Mount St. Mary's University, is pleased to announce that Professor Sandra Sjoberg, lecturer in business, has been appointed to the honorary post of BB&T Scholar effective immediately. Professor Sjoberg will serve a three-year renewable term and will work with the dean of the Richard J. Bolte, Sr. School of Business on the planning and implementation of events associated with the BB&T Center for the Study of the Moral Foundations of Capitalism.
Founded in the fall of 2010 with a generous grant from the BB&T Foundation, the BB&T Center for the Study of the Moral Foundations of Capitalism advances current dialogue in business ethics,...Click here to read more.
Kirk DavidsonDr. Kirk Davidson, Morrison Professor of International Studies, Richard J. Bolte, Sr. School of Business is heading to China and India this fall to continue his research and explore further the nature and status of corporate social responsibility in China and India.
Dr. Davidson: "For some reason there has been very little such exploration here in the United States, in Canada, or in Western Europe. That is surprising, given how important both countries have become to the global economic picture. I will spend part of the fall semester in California...Click here to read more.
Ray Speciale
Ray Speciale, Associate Professor of Business Law and Accounting, author of two prestigious textbooks on aviation law, will spend a sabbatical this fall completing three articles he is writing on aviation law and accounting. The first article "Squaring the FARs and IRS Ticket Tax Rules: An Excise in Futility?" The article reviews updated IRS rules related to the "ticket tax" excise tax on aircraft used for commercial purposes. Unfortunately, owners and lessees of business aircraft are faced with confusing and often conflicting rules from the FAA and the IRS. Professor Speciale expects the article to be published in an aviation based law review journal or a professional tax journal....Click here to read more.
headshot of McCuneThe Bolte School welcomes Mr. Terry McCune as a course developer and instructor in the area of government acquisition and contracting. Terry has extensive experience in government contracting and served for many years as a contract manager with the U.S. Army Medical Research Acquisition Activity (USAMRAA). Terry will be developing and teaching contracting courses that the Bolte School will deliver in Frederick to USAMRAA employees and the general public. The contracting courses will be designed so that they may be applied toward Defense Acquisition University (DAU) certifications....Click here to read more.
Richard J. Bolte, Sr. School of Business Introduces a New Graduate Certificate Program in Logistics and Supply Chain Management
Business group at table imageThe Maryland Higher Education Commission has approved the Bolte School's request to begin offering a new graduate certificate program in Logistics and Supply Chain Management. The post-baccalaureate certificate will enable the Bolte School to continue to provide a challenging and relevant academic program of graduate and professional studies that reinforces the development of analytical, strategy-specific, decision-making, and problem-solving skills delivered within a framework of ethical and socially responsible behavior....Click here to read more.
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