We are excited to share with you the fall edition of the Reh School of Business e-newsletter. Our students and faculty continue to amaze us as they pursue the interdisciplinary research and knowledge needed to solve real-world problems for a better future. In this edition, we have highlighted just a few of their stories. I hope you enjoy reading them.

— Augustine Lado

Dean of the Reh of School Business/Dorf Chair in Entrepreneurship and Innovation

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Amber Stephenson

On the International Stage

From increased profits to more varied perspectives upon which to draw, the benefits of gender inclusivity in the workplace are many. Clarkson Professor Amber Stephenson recently spoke to an international audience about these benefits in a presentation for the U.S. Department of State’s International Visitor Leadership Program.

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Innovation Begins at Home

Throughout our almost 125-year history, Clarkson has been an economic driver in the local community. Continuing in this mission, the University’s Shipley Center for Innovation has joined forces with a local angel investor group to help entrepreneurs in the North Country improve their marketing skills through a series of free online workshops.

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US News Ranks Us Among the Best

Once again, Clarkson has been ranked among the best. Deans, presidents and provosts surveyed by U.S. News & World Report have affirmed our solid reputation and the strength of our academic programs. And, we also give students a bang for their buck — Clarkson is once more on the “Great Schools, Great Prices” list.

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From Carnegie Mellon to Clarkson

Guoyu Lin, the Reh School of Business’ new assistant professor of economics & financial studies, comes to Clarkson from Carnegie Mellon University and is ready to share his expertise in earnings management, disclosure, analyst forecast, finance, labor economics and industrial organization.

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Guoyu Lin