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Friday, February 6 2015 12:00am
Introducing a new weekly feature: Financial literacy advice from Mr. Harry Greenfield, the Robert and Rene Glidden Visiting Professor at the College of Business. Topics will include credit basics, understanding loans, debt management, the importance of saving and more.
Thursday, February 5 2015 12:00am
This Business Bobcat turned an internship into a full-time job offer when she found a way to save the company $200,000. Get to know accounting/finance/pre-law senior Paige Fitzwater.
Wednesday, February 4 2015 01:00pm
Meet Harry Greenfield, Glidden Visiting Professor: “I want to help accounting students see what things they could do right out of college if they open their eyes to the opportunities,” he said. “I fell into what I’m doing like a duck into water. I’m not on a tenure track, I am doing this because I want to help students to see all the possibilities.”
Thursday, January 15 2015 12:00am
Meet one of our stand-out Business Bobcats, Sports Management and Management Information Systems senior Kailey Copelin.
Friday, January 9 2015 12:00am
Meet one of our stand-out Business Bobcats, Accounting and Business Pre-Law major Maddie Berry.
Monday, December 15 2014 06:00pm
Tuesday, November 18 2014 11:00am
There are few things on this planet that can strike fear into a person quite like one particular experience. Sweaty palms, cottonmouth, lightheadedness — all are symptoms of an anxiety that even one of Ohio University’s College of Business’ standout students had to tame: public speaking. For senior Laurel Monroe, chair of the Schey Sales Centre, the most effective way to dismantle her anxiety was to face it head on.
Tuesday, July 1 2014 12:00am
College of Business Honors Program students participated in the Global Consulting Program where they traveled to Botswana and were paired with students from the University of Botswana to participate in consulting work for five entrepreneur clients.