Gambling research by Business Professor John Kindt underlies the counter-argument presented in this story about Governor Andrew Cuomo’s support of gambling in New York City.
Yearly Archives: 2011
John Kindt, professor of business administration, is quoted in this story looking at a North Texas video sweepstakes company linked to a charity.
Honors student Cynthia Wang ’14 sings for Dial-A-Carol.
Don Fullerton, professor of finance, discusses energy independence with News Bureau editor Phil Ciciora.
This Poets & Quants story describes how would-be MBA student Felipe Penna won free tuition for an Illinois MBA degree.
Yang Guonqiang, consul-general of the People’s Republic of China in Chicago, joined a group of Illinois students preparing for a winter break trip to China and India.
Accountancy faculty members at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign rank #1 for the number of articles published in 2011 issues of The Accounting Review, one of the most prestigious academic journals in accounting. More . . .
Genting Group, a multinational gambling conglomerate, claims their resorts in Miami attract international visitors, not local residents. Business Administration Professor John Warren Kindt believes this is a veiled effort to put slot machines in Florida.
Professors Barnett and Qualls announce the 2012 Paul D. Converse Award Winners.
Sophomore volleyball player Jim Connolly chose Illinois once admitted to the College of Business. Connolly is also a practice player for the women’s volleyball team.