Professor Marcie LePine gives back to pay it forward

Marcie LePine, associate professor of management and entrepreneurship, knows the difference a scholarship can make. Because of her experience, LePine has always looked for opportunities to support students at ASU.

The case for a just-in-case medical supply chain stash

Professor of Supply Chain Management Eugene Schneller, along with other supply chain colleagues, examined the shortfalls of the COVID-19 response and offer a model for building a more efficient medical supply chain reserve in their new research.

New information systems chair, Pei-yu Chen, on balancing work and life

Pei-yu Chen, or Sharon as she’s known by people outside academia, has risen to the top of her field as a renowned researcher and professor and has just been appointed chair of the Department of Information Systems — all while keeping her busy family going.

W. P. Carey welcomes industry veterans to information systems faculty

Instructional faculty, or clinical professors, are relied upon for the department’s teaching mission. IS also depends on these professors and lecturers to bring real-world industry experience to the classrooms.

W. P. Carey welcomes four assistant professors of information systems

The research endeavors of the information systems department at W. P. Carey just got a boost from the addition of four new assistant professors.

Craft chocolate makers press for better conditions

To continue thriving amid competition from large manufacturers, craft chocolate makers must do a better job of setting quality standards and explaining the value of their higher-priced products to the public, says Alexis Villacis, assistant professor at the Morrison School of Agribusiness.

W. P. Carey students learn from the best

As the 2020-2021 academic year concludes, the W. P. Carey Teaching & Learning program honors faculty for outstanding contributions in higher education.

W. P. Carey Names Sheryl Palmer, Chairman & CEO of Taylor Morrison Home Corp., Executive of the Year

For the 38th time, the W. P. Carey School of Business Dean’s Council has awarded an exceptional global business leader who has created and sustained superior organizational performance and whose presence exemplifies a model for future business leaders.

Remembering Robert Keim

He first joined ASU in 1979 as a research associate in the Bureau of Business and Economic Research. Then he joined the business school before the Department of Information Systems was born, and was a key player in developing the undergraduate and graduate IS programs.

W. P. Carey invests in faculty and students with Teaching & Learning workshops

Using case studies to teach creates a classroom culture that emphasizes asking good questions over seeking cut-and-dried answers.