Axenya Kachen clocked her first full marathon at the Running from an Angel Marathon at the Lake Mead National Recreational Area on Jan. 7, making her one of the youngest runners in Nevada to finish such a race.
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Barrick Scholar Award. The first Lee Business School professor to ever receive this university-wide research award since its inception in 1984.
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The resort dubbed its edgy ad campaign, “The Right Amount of Wrong.” Commercials ran during the Grammy Awards and Oscars. Print ads appeared in print and online, in Esquire and the Las Vegas Sun.
The ad played particularly well with a demographic that UNLV marketing students dubbed “the curious class.”
“They are a group of people who like to have fun and who have money,” said Anjala Krishen, an assistant marketing professor. “They are open minded and curious about things.”
Anjala Krishen (Marketing and International Business) and Pushkin Kachroo (Electrical and Computer Engineering), along with two past doctoral students, Orie Berezan, who earned a doctoral degree from the William F. Harrah College of Hotel Administration and is now a faculty member at California State University, Dominguez Hills, and Shaurya Agarwal, who earned a doctoral degree in electrical and computer engineering at UNLV and now is a post-doctoral student at New York University, received the Best Paper Award for U.S. authors from the Global Innovation and Knowledge Academy (GIKA) during the GIKA Conference in Valencia, Spain, in March.The paper is titled “The Generation of Virtual Needs: Recipes for Satisfaction in Social Media Networks.”
Enthusiastic, contagiously passionate, tough, fair, knowledgeable, genuine, thorough and accessible are just a few of the words students use to describe UNLV Lee Business School Associate Professor of Marketing and International Business Anjala Krishen, Ph.D.
“The Internet has changed the way we feel about privacy and about trust,” says Dr. Anjala Krishen of UNLV. “We’re much more trusting about something we can’t see than you’d think we would be.”
Loyalty runs deeper than thread count: An exploratory study of LGBTI guest preferences and hotelier perceptions
Conducted by Assistant Professor Orie Berezan (California State University) and Associate Professors Carola Raab, Anjala Krishen and Curtis Love (University of Nevada) the study found that hoteliers held several misconceptions about their gay guests, and that social environment factors (not based on sexual orientation) had the greatest impact on whether guests in this segment of the market were loyal to a specific hotel.
For the sixth year running, Emerald has decided to name and reward the outstanding reviewers who contribute to the success of the journals. The people mentioned below have been chosen out by the editors. Anjala Krishen, University of Nevada, USA.
UNLV professor Anjala Krishen, who teaches marketing and branding, said many brands are launched with strange-sounding names and pronunciations and go on to become successful businesses. The challenge for companies is to create unique brand names that can be marketed not only in their home nation but in countries around the world.
“We are now in a global marketplace. Because of the Internet and e-commerce, companies have to work even harder to find unique brand names that can represent them not only within one country but throughout the world,” Krishen said.