“For many of us westerners ‘China’s rise’ is a cliché. Nothing beats being there to drive home the relentless size, energy, travails and triumphs of this amazing nation.” —Stephen L. S. Smith, professor of economics 19 days…. Read More
Sean Lovell and his wife, Duyen, began their overseas adventure on day one: their wedding day in Vietnam. After time at USC, where Sean earned a master’s degree in economics, and three years in New York, where he… Read More
Since graduating from Gordon as a double major in business and accounting, Rebecca Lindland has carved out a career as a leading market analyst. At IHS Automotive she analyzed brands, models and trends and consumer preferences from a… Read More
What started as a few equations has evolved into a double major in economics and math, and a research project to battle world hunger.