(May 6, 2007 ) Sedona Files With the May 2007 MORA delivery of the CoB’s SEDONA records, usmnews.net’s SEDONA Files
series returns. In this installment (#18), we “warm up” by taking a look at some general findings from these most recent
versions of CoB faculty SEDONA vitae. We start by taking a look at assistant professor of international business John Lambert,
an individual who has been the subject of usmnews.net reports in recent days. Below we have inserted the list of “Courses
Taught,” – a list that is simply amazing in terms of the number and breadth of subjects that Lambert has mastery over.
(June 12, 2007 ) 31st & Pearl Dear John Lambert, congratulations on being elevated from the status of visiting assistant professor
of international business to a tenure-track position. We understand that you may have read stories about "what was said" at the
EFIB meeting wherein your "promotion" was discussed and voted on, and we want to reassure you of your future in the CoB.
Former Associate Dean Farhang Niroomand spoke about the EFIB's future opportunities to throw a negative vote at you. He
mentioned the third year review and the tenure decision, which he ominously referred to as a sixth year review.
(November 2, 2007) GH Chatter There is some buzz among faculty in Greene Hall about John Lambert having told some CoB
faculty/students that EFIB Chair George Carter is going to have Lambert moved into Management & Marketing. Apparently,
Lambert wants this move, which is not surprising since his doctorate is in management.
(November 25, 2007) GH Chatter Haven't seen assistant professor of international business, John Lambert, lately? If you haven't,
that's because he's reportedly been away in Europe putting together the CoB's new graduate program in international business.
(April 10, 2008) Just Who Does Southern Miss’ CoB Think It Is? Part 3 Part 3 of this series stays inside the EFIB by taking a look at
the CoB’s International Business program. To do so, we begin with information contained in former CoB Associate Dean, and
current CoB economics professor, Farhang Niroomand’s 2004 application for a Business and International Education (BIE)