News tagged as Research

Managing Tomorrow Today

By Kelsey Allen

Professors in the Management Department in the Trulaske College of Business are...

Opportunities for advancement: Gender bias in the workplace

Joel Andrus

Gender-based assumptions and stereotypes influence a wide array of social behavior. These...

Changing the tide: reducing gender bias at work

By Joel Andrus and Dave Sullivan

Gender bias in the workplace continues to negatively impact...

.99-ending prices: Are they really as effective as we assume?

Brady Hodges

There has been a long-standing debate among researchers regarding what makes prices ending in .99 so...

SEC leadership program to provide fresh perspectives, connections for Trulaske management department chair

By Stephen Schmidt

Like the supply chains he researches, land-grant universities are complex...

Three’s Company: Trio of Extension faculty members join Trulaske community this fall

By Stephen Schmidt

Three of the newest faculty members of the Trulaske College of Business...

The Future of Finance

Professors in the Finance Department in the Trulaske College of Business are publishing research...

Building a truly symbiotic relationship

MU research suggests an organization's attitude toward diversity is a key contributor to helping...

A Seat at the Table

By Kelsey Allen

In 2018, Monroe Gamble became the first Black research assistant at the Federal...

Making new connections: Marketing professor earns high honor through research and relationship building

By Stephen Schmidt

For a majority of her career, Lisa Scheer, BS BA ’81, MBA ’82, has made the...