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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.
Thursday, January 14 2021 02:00pm
Virtual GCP gave students real-world international business experience by working with two clients based in Brazil.
Wednesday, October 7 2020 02:00pm
OICP builds on the successes of its summer virtual experience to offer a similar program during the spring semester for all undergraduate students.
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
Wednesday, April 1 2020 07:21am
OHIO’s business students continue networking from a distance.
Tuesday, March 10 2020 06:04pm
College of Business Associate Professor of Marketing Colin Gabler Receives Fulbright U.S. Scholar Award to Hungary for Teaching & Research Collaboration
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.
Friday, November 8 2019 12:00am
eFuse CEO Matt Benson ’19, announces $1.4M seed round in advance of December launch.
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?