Ranel T. Wijesinha completes business development assignments in the geopolitically sensitive locales of Afghanistan and the post-Soviet states of Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, and the Kyrgyz Republic, among others.
The New York Times writes about the International Internship Program that gives Pitt students the opportunity to work abroad. Former student Andrew Gamertsfelder parlayed his experience into a job with a Brazilian company.
Accounting professor Elise Boyas is the first faculty member to win three College of Business Administration and one Part-Time MBA teaching awards in the same year. Boyas strives to make accounting something that every student can understand - and maybe even appreciate.
Surrounded by political enemies, possessing limited natural resources, hemmed in by rugged terrain, by all accounts, Israel faces serious obstacles. But the nation's economy has prospered. Professor Paul Harper studies what makes the country such an entrepreneurial success.