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Dec. 15-16: 6th International Quantum Storytelling Conference

November 30, 2016, by Grace Ann Rosile, Professor, Department of Management, via email Ethics, Entrepreneurship, and Quantum Indigenous Storytelling Find out why David Boje says indigenous story is quantum “living story.” Find out how indigenous women entrepreneurs are DIFFERENT and…
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Indian Resource Development program moves to NMSU College of Business

May 20, 2014 by Amanda Bradford, NMSU News Center A state program that promotes higher education and economic development opportunities for Native American students will now be housed in the New Mexico State University College of Business in order to…
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Researcher finds tribal wisdom, business ethics more related than they seem

November 25, 2013 by Amanda Bradford, NMSU News Center Relationships. Sharing. Trust. Usefulness. These are some of the attributes that are highly valued in indigenous cultures. Meanwhile, recent headlines outside these tribal communities too often relate tales of how some…
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Tribal advocates, health scientists address health disparities in indigenous communities

July 10, 2013 by Tonya Suther, NMSU News Center Public health concerns of Native Americans and environmental justice are the subjects of a two-day symposium at New Mexico State University. The RISE 2013 Health Disparities Symposium, which is free and…
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LC Bulletin: Applying tribal ethics in business

April 5, 2013. Retrieved online April 18, 2013 from Janet Perez, Las Cruces Bulletin NMSU researcher: Ethics are universal, but views vary For the Las Cruces Bulletin While existing side-by-side, Native American tribal life and the business world beyond it…
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NMSU researcher finds tribal values have much to offer business world

March 27, 2013 by Janet Perez, NMSU News Center While existing side-by-side, Native American tribal life and the business world beyond it often seem to be worlds apart. However, one New Mexico State University faculty member has discovered some surprising…
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NMSU welcomes 46 new faculty members for fall 2012

September 11, 2012 by Jay Rodman, Revised September 18, 2012, NMSU News Center An authority on Native American tribal finance and economic development, a theatre director, a specialist in Chicana/Latina issues, a computer scientist working in the area of artificial…
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Award Winning Las Cruces Filmmakers Team with NMSU College of Business and American Indian Professors to create Tribal Wisdom for Business Ethics film

July 6, 2012, by Grace Ann Rosile, Associate Professor, Department of Management, via email Author’s note This film project is supported by a grant from the Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative to the NMSU College of Business, Dean Garrey Carruthers (Principal…
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Tribal Ethics and Storytelling Offer Insights into Today’s Business Practices

January 31, 2012, by Grace Ann Rosile, Associate Professor, Department of Management, via email Dr. Grace Ann Rosile’s dining room currently houses over 100 books and DVDs on tribal philosophy, ethics, and business and trading practices. Her dream is that…
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Creating Curriculum for Sustainable Business: An Indigenous Perspective

November 28, 2011 by Dr. Grace Ann Rosile, Associate Professor, Department of Management via email Seminar: Dr. Gregory Cajeta Thursday, Dec. 1, 2:35-4:30pm in Hardman Hall, Room 216: College of Business Research Seminar Series This week, we are most pleased…
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