NFL Draft demonstrates the perils of going to a top football school

Over half of the first round draft pics in the NFL draft came from schools that were not ranked in the top 10 of the college football rankings. This provides credence to the argument that recruits may be better off going to a smaller school where they can star vs. a larger school where they […]

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Attracting Diverse Sellers into the Sharing Economy

Airbnb, Uber, Lyft, VRBO are unique in that they are not focused on attracting customers, instead they are focused on attracting sellers. Without sellers (those who would share their homes or drive others around) the online sharing platforms collapse. The demand for the sharing economy is strong and seems to be growing. In order to […]

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Some of the best augmented reality advertisements from this past Fall

This is the third year that my Principles of Marketing (Mktg 301) class has used augmented reality to create advertisements. Similar to years past, there were many outstanding advertisements. The students were challenged to really use augmented reality and not simply create an advertisement that could have easily been a QR code. The following two […]

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Lorna Mills

Lorna Mills is a new digital media artist originally from Canada, whose work has been showcased in solo and group shows since the 1990’s. Lorna Mills is also a founding member of the Red Head Gallery, and her work underlines themes of obsessive habits and traits that are paradoxically limited by space, time, and resources. …

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Airbnb and the Sharing Economy

Yesterday, I had the pleasure of presenting some of my latest research to our alumni. My latest research examines the growth of the sharing economy and focuses in commercial operators (those who purchase properties for the primary purpose of renting them out on the Airbnb platform). A copy of my presentation can be found here: Profits […]

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Hiroshi Sugimoto

Hiroshi Sugimoto was born in Japan in the year 1948. He has an established reputation in the medium of photography since the 1970s. The work of Hiroshi Sugimoto embodies qualities and characteristics of history and temporal existence. His work achieves to elaborate and contribute successfully into a visual culture by his approach and process. He …

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Student Blogs

  1. Amber Bowers
    http://amberbowers.net
  2. Chris Pritchett
    http://cpritche.org
  3. David Velasquez
    http://umwbts.davidvelasquezguzman.com
  4. Exploring Digital Identities
    http://twizzzle.com
  5. Henry Mordica
    http://hmordica10.com
  6. Kashef Majid’s Website
    http://www.kashefmajid.com
  7. Logan Burum
    https://leburum.wordpress.com
  8. Michael Corey
    http://michaelacorey.com
  9. Nick Graves
    http://nickgraves8.com
  10. RIVL
    http://rivlopez.com
  11. Savannah Syms
    http://saveysmiles.com
  12. Yab Hayba
    http://yabhayba9.com