Marshall University’s Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) chapter has announced that it is welcoming three human resource leaders into its Hall of Distinction for the 2020-21 academic year. The inductees include Patricia Bostic, Agus Supriyono and Tom Wright.
The Marshall University Lewis College of Business and Brad D. Smith Schools of Business and their Center for Entrepreneurship and Business Innovation (iCenter) hosted the third annual West Virginia Innovation and Business Model Competition (WVIBMC) finals earlier this week.
The Brad. D. Smith Business Incubator has been approved as a HubSpot for Startups partner. The new designation means that business incubator clients will be able to access educational resources and tailored training, professional software at startup prices and an integrated platform for startups.
A team of students from Marshall University took third place honors at the International Collegiate Business Skills Championships in the associate division at the 76thAnnual Society for Advancement of Management International Business Conference. Also, Marshall freshman Jamison Lewis earned third place in the Business Knowledge Bowl competition.
The path to advanced degrees, including a doctorate in pharmacy and a master’s in accountancy, just became a little easier for students at Glenville State College, thanks to an agreement with Marshall University.
Marshall University’s Brad D. Smith School of Business in the Lewis College of Business is launching a Doctor of Business Administration (D.B.A.) program in August, and is now accepting student applications.
Marshall University will host its 3rd annual TEDxMarshallU event organized by students, faculty and staff from 7-9 p.m. Friday, April 2, online. The theme for this year’s TEDxMarshallU is “RISING,” to honor the 50th anniversary of the Marshall University community beginning to rise from the ashes of the November 1970 plane crash and to highlight ideas and initiatives that are helping our community rise in education, economic development, and mental health and persevere through adversity.
Marshall University’s Lewis College of Business and Brad D. Smith Schools of Business will host their third CEO Panel of the Dean’s Distinguished Speaker Series at 2 p.m. Wednesday, March 3. The free event will be virtual and open to all, with a media Q&A session to follow.
For the third year in a row, Marshall University’s Lewis College of Business, home of the Brad D. Smith Schools of Business, has been named among the nation’s most outstanding business schools, according to The Princeton Review®. The education services company, headquartered in New York City, profiled Marshall as one of 244 outstanding on-campus M.B.A. programs for its “Best Business Schools for 2021” list.
The Marshall University Lewis College of Business has established a physical location for the Center for Stakeholder Engagement, located inside of the Dean’s Suite in Room 107 of Corbly Hall. The initiative will promote Marshall’s business academic programs and boost student engagement and professional development.
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