The Better Leaders Better Schools podcast
The Director of Gordon's Master of Science in Financial Analysis, Alexander Lowry, joins the Better Leaders Better Schools podcast to explain what educators can learn from the finance industry.
The Come to the Table podcast
Alexander Lowry, Director of Gordon's Master of Science in Financial Analysis, explains on the Come to the Table podcast, how and why the master's program was developed.
The iWork4Him radio show
Three current students in Gordon's Master of Science in Financial Analysis program join Alexander Lowry, the program Director, on the iWork4Him radio show. Each student explains why they chose the MSFA program and how it's uniquely suited to prepare them for their career aspirations.
The Mark Struczewski podcast
During an interview on The Mark Struczewski podcast, Alexander Lowry shares how he applied productivity principles to the launch of Gordon's Master of Science in Financial Analysis program.
The Social Media Research Association podcast
Alexander Lowry, Director of Gordon's Master of Science in Financial Analysis, explains on the Social Media Research Association podcast, how the master's program is using a micro fame strategy to raise awareness of the program.
The Christian Entrepreneurs podcast
During an interview on The Christian Entrepreneurs podcast, director of Gordon’s MSFA program Alexander Lowry explains how to integrate your faith with your work by aligning your greatest passion with the world's greatest need.
Halfway There podcast
During an interview on the Halfway There podcast, director of Gordon’s MSFA program Alexander Lowry shares about the unique way our MSFA program is changing the culture in the financial services industry.
Veteran On the Move podcast
During an interview on the Veteran on the Move podcast, director of Gordon’s MSFA program Alexander Lowry explains how earning an advanced degree is an effective way for veterans to transition into the business world.
FEATURED MEDIA MENTIONS
Why MBA Applications are Down and the Degree Has Lost Luster in U.S. News
Business school applications dropped dramatically over the last five years, even at elite programs. This is because Millennials want a faster, more specialized, and more affordable degree explains the Director of Gordon's MSFA program.
Unpacking the Social Genius of Venmo on NBC News
Venmo lets people send money back and forth, and unless they set a transaction as "private," it will appear on the app's social feed to contacts in their network. And it's this social aspect that makes Venmo stand out. According to Professor of Finance Alexander Lowry, the app's approach is likely to usher in further changes to the finance industry.
Shining Light on the Problem That Can Accompany a Promotion in the Wall Street Journal
The Director of Gordon's MSFA program explains how to handle the situation when you're promoted to a new job title and receive additional responsibilities, but not a raise.
How to Start Strong in a New Job in the New York Times
The Director of Gordon's MSFA program, Alexander Lowry, shares the secret to being successful in a new job.
Insight Into Selecting a Financial Advisor for Forbes
Professor of Finance Alexander Lowry comments on business ethics and how to recognize when you may need a new financial advisor.
Using the Summer for a Creative Hiatus in the New York Times
The Director of Gordon's MSFA program explains how he uses the summer semester for a creative hiatus, particularly to achieve a better work-life balance.
Explaining Why Grads Struggle to Land Good Jobs for NBC News
We're in the middle of a robust economy and there's low unemployment. Yet then why are current graduates struggling to land their dream job? Alexander Lowry, the Director of Gordon's MSFA program, sheds insight into this conundrum.
Explaining the problems with earnings forecasts
Professor of Finance Alexander Lowry explains how blue-chip companies, such as GE, can become too focused on earnings forecasts and damage their business. It’s time for a change in the system.
MSFA program featured in New Boston Post
Alexander Lowry, Director of Gordon's MSFA program, explains how the program will develop financially ethical students.