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Wednesday, September 8 2021 04:30pm
Tuesday, May 25 2021 04:00pm
Colella's favorite memory as a College of Business student was completing the Integrated Business Cluster, which made her realize she loved the business world.
Monday, April 26 2021 02:00pm
Wednesday, February 24 2021 12:00pm
The Management Department Advisory Board has been able to give back in new ways, thanks to the virtual work environment.
Thursday, January 14 2021 02:00pm
Management Professor Tammy Rapp collaborates on study showing how leadership coaching improves patient outcomes in surgical suites
Thursday, December 3 2020 12:00am
The study, "Team leader coaching intervention: An investigation of the impact on team processes and performance within a surgical context," published in the Journal of Applied Psychology, explains how leadership coaching can improve outcomes in the surgical suite.
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.
Thursday, September 24 2020 08:00pm
Tuesday, September 22 2020 06:00pm
Monday, September 21 2020 05:00pm
Ohio University graduate Manaf Afyouni, BBA ’86, MA ’87, and his children, Nader, BBA ’19, and Amal, BA ’19, were inspired to create the Afyouni International Scholarship in hopes that the recipients would have the same meaningful experiences that the family had in Athens.