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Monday, May 17 2021 12:00pm
Justin Kelley reflects on his time as a Business Bobcat before he moves to Chicago to start a career as a consultant for the Hackett Group.
Senior Lacy Burke was selected as the first recipient of the Todd and Teresa Calamita Leadership Scholarship
Monday, April 12 2021 12:00pm
As a result of her excellent commitment to the Emerging Leaders program, lead peer mentor Lacy Burke was selected as the Todd and Teresa Calamita Leadership Scholarship recipient.
Monday, August 31 2020 04:25pm
Wednesday, May 20 2020 12:00pm
Updates from the Schey include an interview with 2003 business graduate and Lower.com CEO Dan Snyder
Thursday, April 30 2020 06:04pm
Graduating senior Ian Koenig reflects on his four years at Ohio University’s College of Business.
Monday, April 27 2020 09:56am
Tuesday, April 21 2020 11:45am
Dr. Bill Young, O'Blenness associate professor and director of OHIO's Online MBA and Online MBAn, was recently honored with the University Professor award.
Wednesday, April 1 2020 07:21am
OHIO’s business students continue networking from a distance.
Monday, February 24 2020 02:00pm
Last month Ohio University expanded its comprehensive fixed tuition to include on-time and on-plan graduation, and lifelong post-graduation benefits for every incoming #BusinessBobcat.
Saturday, April 27 2019 12:00pm
Chair and Fox Associate Professor of Marketing's use of backward course design start's with the question: What do I want the students to be able to know, do, and feel by the end of the course?