Foster in the Media

The faculty, students, alumni and staff of the University of Washington Michael G. Foster School of Business are in the news on a regular basis. From feature stories to faculty quotes, find a taste of recent media coverage below.

April 13, 2016
Portland Business Journal
A tale of two ecosystems: Serving all entrepreneurs equitably

Bill Bradford’s research on diversity and the small business sector is mentioned.

April 5, 2016
Video: Weak Q1 for IPOs

CNBC interviews Julie Sandler on IPO markets and the future of tech.

April 4, 2016
UW Researchers: Unexpected Sunshine Leads To More Mortgage Loan Approvals

KPLU interviews Finance Associate Professor Ran Duchin about his research exploring the relationship between mood and mortgage loan approvals.

March 21, 2016
Beware the Potential Downside of Venture Capital Relationships

Emily Cox Pahnke’s research on venture capital relationships is featured.

March 20, 2016
The Seattle Times
Zevenbergen founder looks to invest in the next business success

Foster undergraduate alumni Nancy Zevenbergen, Leslie Tubbs, and Brooke de Boutray are featured.

March 15, 2016
The Huffington Post
The Social and Behavioral Costs of Sleeplessness to the Workplace

Associate Professor of Management Chris Barnes’ research on the impact of sleep on ethical behavior in the workplace is featured.

March 11, 2016
Why daylight saving time can be bad for your health

Associate Professor of Management Chris Barnes’ research on sleep deprivation is featured.

March 10, 2016
California Endowment to Yank Money from Worst-Performing Funds

Thomas Gilbert comments on report that California state university endowments are pulling money from worst-producing hedge funds

February 29, 2016
RadioTimes with Marty Moss-Coane
We’re not getting enough sleep

Associate Professor of Management Chris Barnes’ research on the impact of sleep on workplace and vice versa is featured.

February 19, 2016
Who Funds You, Baby? New Study Shows VCs Outpace Other Innovation Backers

Emily Cox Pahnke, Riitta Katila and Kathleen Eisenhardt’s research is featured.

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