College of Business News
Graduate business online-video competition voting begins
One social-minded entrepreneur will recieve a $44,280 scholarship.
Ethics and integrity honored by Dean Institute
Individuals and organizations that are doing business the right way were honored Wednesday, June 4, at the fourth annual Business with a Purpose awards luncheon and Integrity Forum.
Business students take third in ethics video competition
A video by three students was a finalist in NASBA annual Video Competition.
Halftime founder Bob Buford reflects on Peter Drucker
Social entrepreneur discusses new book on his mentorship with management pioneer.
Stevens becomes College of Business dean emeritus
College of Business dean since 2008 moves to new role.
Former U.S. commerce administrator named ‘Alumnus of the Year’
David Sampson (’78), the 2014 Alumnus of the Year, to be honored at commencement.
Student business owners spotlighted in entrepreneur's week
Center for Entrepreneurship hosts pitch competition, business market in square.
Humphrey speaks to Governor’s Task Force on Veterans Education
Lt. Col. Jim Humphrey, director of veteran services, to speak at the Governor’s Task Force on Veteran Education.
Video competition offers full-tuition graduate business scholarship
The College of Business is offering a scholarship worth up to $44,280 in its Degree of Difference Video Competition.
College of Business dedicates facility in honor of alumnus Barry Stowe
Newly renovated Swang auditorium named to honor CEO of Prudential Asia in a Feb. 21 ceremony.