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KCBS Interviews SEBA's Gomez-Arias About Underage Garment Industry Workers

KCBS News spoke with SEBA global marketing professor Tomas Gomez-Arias about the ongoing problem of underage workers in dangerous factories in Southeast Asia, in particular in the garment industry in Cambodia. An associate dean in SMC's School of Economics and Business Administration, Gomez-Arias teaches courses in international business in the SEBA's graduate business program.

Mercury News Story on Bad Bosses Quotes SEBA's Nancy Lam

Assistant Professor Nancy LamThe San Jose Mercury News story "Bad Boss Survival Guide," featured insights from several academic experts, including SEBA assistant professor Nancy L

SEBA Applauds Student Success

The Saint Mary’s School of Economics and Business Administration (SEBA) presented awards to 52 students at its annual student awards dinner on May 8, 2013.

More than 125 people, including faculty and special guests, gathered to recognize the accomplishments of the school’s graduating students. Larisa Genin, associate dean of undergraduate programs & accreditation, was the master of ceremonies. Speaking at the event were Carole Swain, vice president of Mission; Rena L. DeNigris Fischer '99, member of the Board of Regents; and Dean Zhan Li. 

Voice of Russia Interviews SEBA's Shyam Kamath About Eurozone, Italy's Elections

Voice of Russia American Edition logoThe Eurozone continues to wrangle with political and economic uncertainty, especially in Italy where a February election ended up in a deadlock,without an agreement between the major parties.  Experts predict

India-West Publishes SEBA Professor's Op-Ed About Delhi Rape

India-West featured an op-ed by SEBA Associate Professor Jyoti Bachani about the fatal gang-rape of a young woman on a Delhi bus in December 2012. Bachani, who recently completed a Fulbright in India, grew up in Delhi and writes about the contradictory perceptions of women in India and the country's long history of sexual harassment against women. Read the op-ed.

KGO Radio Quotes SEBA's Shyam Kamath On US Postal Service's $16 Billion Loss

KGO news radio spoke with Shyam Kamath, Associate Dean of Saint Mary's School of Economics and Business Administration, about the announcement of a $16 billion loss by the US Postal Service. The federal mail operation has been steadily losing money for years and Kamath, a global business professor, commented on the unlikely viability of the snail mail giant in an age of efficient private shipping competitors and the ubiquitous adoption of email.

KGO Radio Interviews SEBA's Michael Hadani About $2 Billion Oval Office Campaign

KGO news radio interviewed Saint Mary’s College management professor Michael Hadani about what he calls the "arms race" of political fundraising in the 2012 presidential race. In the contest for the Oval Office Republican Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama have raised nearly $2 billion in campaign funds. Hadani, an associate professor in Saint Mary's School of Economics & Business Administration, looks at the impact of corporate money on elections and the resulting policies of politicians who take those dollars.

Contra Costa Times Features Op-Ed by SEBA's Tomas Gomez-Arias

The Contra Costa Times features an op-ed by Global Marketing Professor Tomas Gomez-Arias on the impact of the economic slowdowns in Europe and Asia on the Bay Area. Gomez-Arias observes that while