College of Business News Archive

Marshall University officials, faculty, staff and students celebrated Wednesday afternoon the official dedication of the Brad D. Smith Center for Business and Innovation, located at 1425 4th Ave. in Huntington. The new facility housing the Lewis College of Business, Brad D. Smith Schools of Business is about 78,000 square feet and features some of the

 Officials with Marshall University and TKM College Trust, Kollam, India, today signed a memorandum of understanding aimed at offering study abroad opportunities in the liberal arts and sciences for both schools, while providing a framework for future collaboration. It’s anticipated the MOU will accelerate various academic, research and cultural initiatives, with the goal of promoting

Marshall University’s Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (iCenter) has announced the Marshall University Innovation Catalyst program (MUIC program), a first-of-its-kind program in higher education aimed at training the educational community in design thinking, an iterative, collaborative approach to creating innovative solutions. Design thinking is at the forefront of the most in-demand skills and has produced

Marshall University’s Lewis College of Business has announced the names of its 2023 inductees into the Business Hall of Fame. The Business Hall of Fame Class of 2023 includes: Charles R. Hageboeck, president and CEO of City National Bank and City Holding Company; Dr. Robert A. Hess, president and co-founder of OVP HEALTH; H.D. “Dutch”

The Marshall University Foundation and United Bank have announced that the bank has pledged a $100,000 gift in support of the new Brad D. Smith Center for Business and Innovation at Marshall University.

The iCenter in Marshall University’s Lewis College of Business is among 25 business school programs highlighted in the Innovations That Inspire member spotlight program of AASCB International — the world’s largest business education alliance.

Marshall University announced Friday, April 14, that Dr. Don Capener will assume the deanship of the Lewis College of Business, effective July 3.

Marshall University’s Society for Advancement of Management (SAM) Chapter received several awards at the SAM International Business Conference 2023.

Students from Marshall’s Lewis College of Business, Brad D. Smith Schools of Business, earned second place in an international sustainability-themed case competition, hosted by Beta Gamma Sigma (BGS) with the Foundation for Environmental Stewardship (FES).

West Virginia students in 9th, 10th, and 11th grades interested in exploring entrepreneurship as a career option can begin by applying to the West Virginia Governor’s School of Entrepreneurship (WVGSE), a no-cost program for eligible students. Marshall University, through the faculty and staff of its Elizabeth McDowell Lewis College of Business, will host WVGSE for the third consecutive year.