More than business. 
Business on purpose.

Knowledge alone won’t change the world. For that you need something more. Discover it at Gies College of Business. 

At Gies, everything we do is designed to help you connect the dots between your education and a purposeful future. Our programs encourage big thinking and big ideas. Our faculty and staff guide you to think beyond the possible. Your fellow students challenge your assumptions and help you invent new ways to make a difference. 

Gies provides the environment and resources that foster meaningful actions, empower you to make your mark, and put your purpose into practice – to make the world a better place.

Denise Lewis Loyd named Associate Dean for Equity
Gies Business awarded IDEAS grant to pilot Sophomore Year of Purpose
Larry Gies and Dean Brown discuss Gies Giving Day (video)

Gies News and Events

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Donohoe: ‘Investigator DNA’ key to evolution of accountancy

Professor Michael Donohoe believes the next generation of accountants will have “investigator DNA” and a strategic mindset. “With the growing emphasis on business analytics, our students are becoming investigators who ask big questions, use data, and state of the art statistical methods to investigate those questions in a meaningful way."

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Examining the role of trust in negotiations

Mingshuang Ji joined Gies this fall as an instructor of business administration. In addition to researching team dynamics, trust, and negotiation, Mingshuang is teaching Business Dynamics (B201) and Business in Action (B301).

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Conquering the last mile — Turning data into better delivery systems

Mohammad Moshref-Javadi joined Gies this fall as a teaching assistant professor of business administration. His research focuses on the modeling and evaluations of multi-channel and omni-channel distribution systems. He teaches courses in operations strategy, supply chain and business analytics, and decision making.

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Finding motivation in a material world

Sarah Lim joined Gies this fall as an assistant professor of business administration after completing her PhD in marketing from Cornell University. Her research focuses on consumer well-being, experiential consumption, social connection, and technology.