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Tuesday, November 10 2020 12:00am
Nate Finley, senior studying business administration, received a grant from the Bobcat Seed Fund to invest in the infrastructure of his startup, Athena Publishing. This grant helped support the registrations with Broadcast Music, Inc. and the Harry Fox Agency, music licensing organizations.
Tuesday, September 22 2020 06:00pm
Thursday, August 13 2020 03:30pm
Wednesday, May 20 2020 12:00pm
Updates from the Schey include an interview with 2003 business graduate and Lower.com CEO Dan Snyder
Monday, April 13 2020 10:00am
Through a partnership with Passion Works and local volunteers, Ohio University's CoLab is doing its part to keep the community safe by making COVID-19 for area nursing homes and healthcare providers.
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.
Friday, November 8 2019 12:00am
eFuse CEO Matt Benson ’19, announces $1.4M seed round in advance of December launch.
Monday, October 14 2019 10:30am
OHIO jumps two spots in 2020 Top Online MBA rankings.
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?