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Marshall University’s M.S. degree in health care administration has been named as one of the most affordable in the U.S. by Healthcare Administration Degree Programs.
The No. 18 ranking for affordability was calculated using information from the National Center for Education Statistics’ College Navigator database, which is published by the National Center for Education Statistics. The editors made note of the AACSB-accredited College of Business at Marshall, highlighting the South Charleston campus, where the health care administration program is administratively housed. The program is offered on both the South Charleston and Huntington campuses.
In citing Marshall’s program, the article said, “Our search in the College Navigator returned 287 institutions in America offering these types of degrees. The schools were evaluated based on the total cost of attendance, including yearly tuition and fees. In-state tuition rates were used where applicable.”
Marshall was also named as having one of the Best Master’s in Health Administration Degrees of 2015-2016 by Public Health Online, ranking at 39th.
Two Lewis College of Business faculty members, Richard U. Agesa and Uday Tate have been recognized with high honors.
Richard U. Agesa, professor of economics, has been selected as the Elizabeth McDowell Lewis Endowed Chair. The Endowed Chair was bestowed on Professor Agesa based on his sustained research in quality nationally and internationally recognized economic s journals, his passion for teaching, and his dedication to service in the Lewis College of Business and Marshall University.
Marshall University’s Lewis College of Business in partnership with the City of Huntington, the West Virginia Small Business Development Center, and Generation Huntington presented a workshop on September 25th from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm for individuals in the community who are thinking about starting their own business. The one-day event was designed to help those thinking about starting a business avoid costly mistakes and learn how to present their ideas in order to obtain investor funding.
“Marshall University wants to support local Entrepreneurs and those considering starting up a business. These individuals represent the economic future of Huntington and the Tri-State region and Marshall is deeply committed to helping them succeed,”
Jonathan Butler, Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship
The Lewis College of Business recently filmed its very first Passing the Leadership Baton Series video. This first inaugural filming was with students Duncan Waugaman and Isabelle Rogner interviewing Gary White, Interim President of Marshall University. Approximately 30 students, faculty, and other business leaders attended the filming. The video will be released after it has been professionally edited.
Passing the Leadership Baton Series is series of recorded interviews between the Hall of Fame (HOF) inductees and current Marshall students on various leadership topics. Since 1994, we have inducted Marshall alumni who are the best of the best of Marshall Sons and Daughters to celebrate their life-long success and contributions. We are extremely proud of their achievements and would like to have them share their experiences and stories with our currently students. Passing the Leadership Baton Series will be developed to nurture and strengthen this intergenerational relationship.
Since Spring semester, workers were busy at the Lewis College of Business renovating the administrative and faculty offices in Corbly Hall. Originally the offices housed the Dean’s Office and the Advising Center. The renovation was done in three phases. The first phase, which was completed in May 2015 relocated the Advising Center, which is now located on the third floor of Corbly Hall in room 334. The College’s Advisors and their GA’s are now able to provide students more attention and one-on-one interaction in a private and relaxed setting. The second phase, which was done at the end of the summer entailed renovating the old Dean’s Office space on the first floor of Corbly Hall. This renovation provides additional updated space for all College stakeholders to interact. The newly remodeled space now centrally locates Lewis College of Business administrators, including the Dean, his Administrative Assistant, the Associate Deans, the Director of Stakeholder Engagement, and the Instructional Technologist. Upon entering the new space, Corbly Hall room 107, you will be greeted by Molly Robertson. Behind her, is a working area for the College’s GAs. The space also houses a small kitchen area and a new conference room for meetings.
The third phase took place in late summer, and included a facelift of faculty offices on the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th floors. All Lewis College of Business faculty offices and hallways were painted, and new lights put in.
You will definitely see a new look at the Lewis College of Business, so please stop by to see for yourself!
The Lewis College of Business will be holding a Student Organization Fair from TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 1ST TO THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 3RD IN THE LOBBY OF CORBLY HALL. This is a great opportunity for all LCOB students, from freshmen to graduate students, to get involved with one of the many organizations that the Lewis College of Business has to offer. The LCOB has organizations such as the American Marketing Association (AMA), Society for Human Resource Management (SRHM), Beta Alpha Psi (BAP), Alpha Kappa, and so many more. Come to the LCOB Organization Fair and get involved. Not only will it build your resume but it will build friendships that will last for years to come. So get excited and get involved.
Interested in being a part of the 2015-2016 Student Advisory Board?
The Lewis College of Business is currently in search of motivated student leaders for its 2015-16 Dean’s Student Advisory Board. The board will consist of undergraduate and graduate students selected to serve as the voice of the College’s student population and to serve as a liaison between the student body and administration. The Dean’s Student Advisory Board provides students a forum to voice their needs, concerns, and suggestions as they pertain to future planning and decision making within the College. It also allows students a chance to interact with Lewis College of Business stakeholders.
Meetings will be held once (twice) a month to discuss leadership and volunteer opportunities, assess College and community needs, and work on projects that affect the student body and community. We are looking for student leaders available from September of 2015 through May of 2016.
THE LEWIS COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AT MARSHALL UNIVERSITY RECEIVED THE EIGHTH INSTALLMENT OF $100,000 FROM BB&T CHARITABLE FOUNDATION
Marshall University received the eighth installment in a series of $100,000 gifts from BB&T Charitable Foundation supporting the BB&T Center for the Advancement of American Capitalism in the Lewis College of Business. Dr. Haiyang Chen, Dean, said, “We appreciate the BB&T Charitable Foundation’s support for the BB&T Center for the Advancement of American Capitalism in the Lewis College of Business (LCOB). We have received eight annual installment of $100,000 each since 2008. The funding has significantly enhanced our ability to improve students’ knowledge and understanding of the importance of American capitalism and entrepreneurship. We are very proud to partner with BB&T Charitable Foundation and are looking forward to continuing this partnership and working together to build future success for our students and the public.”
Moving forward, Chen said, the BB&T Center will continue to play an essential role in the LCOB at Marshall University. One of the top priorities for Marshall University and the College is to strategically invest in high-demand degree programs. We have an ambitious plan to develop a full degree program of innovation and entrepreneurship. To accomplish this goal and others required by the BB&T grant, I have appointed Dr. Deanna Mader, the former Senior Associate Dean, as the new director of the BB&T Center. Dr. Mader has decades of experience in teaching, research and service in the College in the field of marketing, e-commerce, and innovative pedagogy. Additionally, she has administrative experience leading the College since 2011. As she stepped down from the Senior Associate Dean position on June 30, 2015, I want to take this opportunity to thank her for her dedication and contributions to the College.
The Lewis College of Business at Marshall University is proud to announce their new Areas of Emphasis for the MBA Program. MBA students can choose to focus their studies in a number of in-depth academic areas, selecting from five Areas of Emphasis that provide direction in achieving specific career goals:
Human Resource Management
An MBA Area of Emphasis is a sequence of two courses in one discipline, giving you in-depth knowledge in that subject matter.
Marjorie McInerney, Associate Dean for the Lewis College of Business says “The MBA faculty and administrators have worked hard to bring the very best graduate program to our students. We will continue to improve each course to provide our graduates with the most relevant educational experience possible”.
For more information on how to select these Areas of Emphasis please contact Wes Spradlin, Assistant Director of the Graduate School of Management at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Marshall University, Lewis College of Business professor Uday Tate has been selected as the R.G. Miller Jr. Distinguished Chair. Tate also serves as a full professor in Marketing. The nomination, which was approved by the Dean on June 12, 2015, honors and recognizes the distinction of outstanding faculty. This is one of the highest honors that can be bestowed on a faculty member in the College. Being selected recognizes excellence in teaching, research, and service.
“I am proud to receive this honor, and will justify this honor by productively contributing to the success of LCOB. Specifically, I will continue to support and contribute to the four pillars of success for the Lewis College of Business: (1) Engagement of Stakeholders, (2) Innovation in LCOB’s Business Programs, (3) Impact of Pedagogy, Research, and Service, and (4) Assurance of Learning. As the recipient of the Endowment Professorship and as a faculty member of LCOB, I strongly believe it is my primary responsibility to successfully train, guide, and assist our students in achieving their career goals. In addition, it is imperative that LCOB plants its footprints in the global arena; to this goal, I will continuously dedicate my time and effort.”