Business Education

Williams Baptist College to Be Renamed | Arkansas Business News

by Arkansas Business Staff  on Thursday, Sep. 21, 2017 10:41 am   1 min read Williams Baptist College in Walnut Ridge announced Wednesday that, starting next fall, it will be known as Williams Baptist University. “This is a monumental day in the history of this institution, reflecting a major step forward. Williams has provided an outstanding, Christian higher education for the ...

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Wally Lowry, former Sonoma State professor, Santa Rosa schools trustee, dies at 83

Wally Lowry co-founded the Wine Business Institute at Sonoma State University and he seemed to be everywhere that Sonoma County people gathered to serve and strengthen the community. For decades, the sociable and reliably cheerful Navy veteran and Stanford- and Berkeley-educated accountant donated leadership, time and money to a wide range of local organizations and endeavors. He served over the ...

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Tackling workforce shortage on multiple fronts | Columnists

The new school year has started, placing renewed attention by the business community to attracting and retaining qualified employees. We view Minnesota’s talented workforce as the secret sauce that drives the economy. It’s at the foundation of making Minnesota ready for the future – ready for change and ready to grow. Every conversation with employers of all types and sizes ...

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85 Per Cent MBA Programs Reported Growth In Their Application Volumes This Year In India

85 Per Cent MBA Programs Reported Growth In Their Application Volumes New Delhi:  Nearly 3 in 4 (73 percent) graduate business programs with 201 or more class seats report increased application volumes this year compared to 39 percent of the smallest programs (50 or fewer class seats), according to a new application trends survey from the Graduate Management Admission Council ...

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James Patterson Awards 20 Scholarships to Students at Manhattan College, His Alma Mater

James Patterson “Manhattan College students have impressed me year in and year out,” Patterson said. “This group of scholarship recipients are no different. Their dedication in receiving an education is obvious in their hard work and talents. I’m honored to award this scholarship to such exemplary Jaspers.” RIVERDALE, N.Y. (PRESS RELEASE JET) September 21, 2017 For the sixth consecutive year, ...

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Applications extended for Atlanta women’s business incubator pro

The Atlanta Women’s Entrepreneurship Initiative, the nation’s only city-funded incubator for women business owners, has extended the application process for choosing its next 15-member group of promising women entrepreneurs. Building on the success of its first class, WEI will accept applications through Sept. 22 from women entrepreneurs in the city of Atlanta. The 15-month program – running Jan. 2018 through ...

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Research Scholars to Present Findings at Daylong Symposium | Manhattan College

After a summer of brainstorming, research and preparation, Manhattan College’s 75 research scholars will present their work to a group of classmates and faculty members on Friday, Sept. 29 on campus in the Kelly Commons. Students from the College’s Schools of Liberal Arts, Business, Education and Health, Engineering and Science will present on topics that include exposing the Saw Mill ...

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WLDS

By Blake Schnitker on September 20 at 12:36pm It was announced recently that nearly three dozen Illinois counties are in-line for grants from the Illinois Emergency Management Agency. These state emergency grants are being awarded to emergency management Read More By Blake Schnitker on September 20 at 11:13am Two local organizations are joining forces at a press conference at Passavant ...

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MSU’s New Pavilion Creates “New Front Door” for Broad College

EAST LANSING, Mich. — Earlier this month, construction broke ground on Michigan State University’s (MSU) 100,000-square-foot Broad College of Business Pavilion. The project will transform the decades-old existing facility into a next-generation complex for business education. The new three-story pavilion will feature collaborative learning environments for both undergraduate and graduate students as well as faculty, corporate partners and alumni who ...

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