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Data-driven decision expertise is critical for the survival and growth of modern enterprises. The Decision Sciences Department brings together faculty with special expertise in decision support systems, enterprise information systems, enterprise integration, management science, business statistics, operations/technology management, operations research, and manufacturing strategy. This department coordinates the options in Information Systems Management and Entrepreneurial Studies.
The department is composed of the four disciplines: information systems, management science, operations management, and statistics. As each discipline is critical to management education, the faculty seek to infuse their expertise and endeavors with the broad mission and specific goals of the Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics. The three specific objectives of the Decision Sciences Department are:
- To transmit, through excellent teaching, basic and advanced education in the Department's four academic disciplines.
- To distinguish the University by making and disseminating significant research in the individual fields.
- To serve regional, national and international businesses, professional organizations, and government agencies.
Through programs which provide the opportunity for students to concentrate in one of these disciplines, the Department strengthens its mission by providing: advanced education; dissemination of faculty research activities; and targeted services to regional, national and international businesses and organizations.
Decked out in shorts and a T-shirt, Aseeb Niazi was too busy improving the look inside a million-dollar oceanfront house last week to enjoy the view outside...Forty miles inland, UNH student Tyler MacKay is pursuing a similar painting venture in Bedford, writing job estimates and supervising painting crews.
According to new research, unexpected changes in revenue or in a company's workforce can negatively impact a company's chances of obtaining financing. The study, conducted at the University of New Hampshire's (UNH) Paul College of Business and Economics, found that sudden growth in a company's capital or staff is not...
Learn more about the new business school building and how Peter T. Paul's donation made it happen.
The Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics at the University of New Hampshire and Great Bay Community College (GBCC) have signed an agreement that will allow qualified Great Bay students to transfer seamlessly into several four-year business programs at UNH. The agreement, signed by UNH President Mark W....
Overall, angel investment in 2012 showed signs of weakness: fewer investors and only a slight increase in dollars invested. But for women angels, it’s a whole different story.
While the percent of women angel investors is still small — 22% — it jumped 50%, according to the Center for Venture Research, which studies early...
"If (the deal) is going forward, then it must be seen as an increase in valuation for all the investors involved, which then makes them a larger target for an acquisition or an IPO," said Jeffrey Sohl, director of The Center for Venture Research at the University of New Hampshire's Peter T.
The number of women investing money into start-ups reached record levels last year as they become a much bigger force in the risky and male-dominated world of angel investing.
Women made up 21.8 percent of active angel investors nationwide in 2012, compared with 12.2 percent the previous year, according to the Center for...
Overall, there are more than 330 angel groups in the United States and Canada that are active in start-ups, and funding hit $22.9 billion in 2012 - up 1.8 percent from 2011, when investments totaled $22.5 billion, according to the University of New Hampshire Center for Venture Research. Some 67,030 entrepreneurial ventures...
The angel investor market in 2012 continued the upward trend started in 2010 in investment dollars and in the number of investments, albeit at a moderate pace, according to the 2012 Angel Market Analysis released by the Center for Venture Research at the University of New Hampshire.
Promising entrepreneurs hoping to win this year’s record $25,000 Holloway Prize – the oldest business plan competition in the state and one of the first in the nation – will vie in the first stage of the competition this April, having only 10 minutes to make their best first impression.