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New Faculty Forum podcasts explore international business, sport management

February 23, 2024

Northwood University has posted two new podcast episodes that are part of our Faculty Forum initiative to highlight the expertise of faculty from America’s Free Enterprise University.

The new episodes explore international business perspectives, as well as the opportunities afforded in esports and traditional sport management.

The Faculty Forum podcast is a 10-part series hosted by Dr. Kristin Stehouwer, provost and academics vice president for Northwood University.

The newest episodes include:

International Business Perspectives (featuring International Business Chair Dr. Thomas Kratzin)

When it Comes to Sports, Northwood Means Business (featuring Sport Management and Esports Management Chair Dave Marsh)

Other episodes that have been posted in this series include:

The Entrepreneurial Mindset (featuring Professor Jim Hop, who chairs Northwood’s Entrepreneurship and Franchising Management programs)

Sustainable Business Practices (featuring Dr. Chelsea Butcher, an urban ecologist who leads Sustainability Management and Natural Science at Northwood)

Innovations in Business Education (featuring Undergraduate Academic Dean Dr. Patti Timm and Assistant Provost Dr. Mark Lund)

The Psychology of Consumer Spending (featuring Dr. Alisha Beckrow, assistant professor and curriculum lead for Northwood’s Marketing degree program)

Economics 101 (featuring Dr. Michael Makovi, an economics professor and Bretzlaff Scholar)

Northwood plans to post the rest of the Faculty Forum podcast series prior to the close of the 2023-24 academic year.

Have feedback? Email Kate Hessling, executive director of Communications and public relations for Northwood University, at .

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