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MONCTON, NB – The Faculty of Business Administration at Crandall University was recognized Saturday with the Atlantic Schools of Business 2015 Conference Best Overall Performance Award, which recognizes research output versus faculty size. The conference, comprised of professors from business schools across the region, was hosted this year by the University of New Brunswick’s Fredericton campus.
“The award was a pleasant surprise,” said Robert MacDonald, Stephen S. Steeves Professor for Business at Crandall. “While we’re one of the smaller business schools, I like to think we ‘punch above our weight’ in terms of our contribution to the research productivity of our region. This award is really a credit to all of our professors.”
MacDonald was at the conference presenting original research developed with Professor Heather Steeves and alumnus Ben Wistrom in the area of family business and entrepreneurship. “We developed a case study that focused specifically on the challenges faced by family run businesses, particularly in the area of balancing family and relational needs with the demands of the growing enterprise.”
The Crandall University Faculty of Business Administration offers concentrations in Accounting, Management, Marketing, Economics and Finance, and General Business Administration. The Faculty’s motto “Excellence. Integrated.” speaks to its goal of being a global leader in the provision of values-based business education.
Crandall University, located at 333 Gorge Road, is a Christian liberal arts and science university with a mission of providing “quality university education firmly rooted in the Christian faith.” Undergraduate degrees are available in Arts, Science, Business Administration and Education. For more information visit our website at www.crandallu.ca or call 1-888-968-6228.
Photo: Crandall University Management Professor Robert MacDonald and Accounting Professor Heather Steeves.