The Business Week Mentor Program is designed to help younger students learn the necessary professional skills to take full advantage of Business Week.
COBEC in the Snow is set for Monday, January 27, in the State Farm Hall of Business atrium.
When John O’Donnell ’90 learned about an opportunity to step into the batter’s box at Busch Stadium and swing for the fences, he knew he had to take action.
Dressing for success can come with a hefty price tag, but Jada Turner is spearheading an effort to lighten the load for her fellow students.
The Pay It Forward student team is hosting the College of Business’ second annual ugly sweater party in the atrium Tuesday, December 3, from 11 a.m.–1 p.m.
More and more companies, nonprofits, and schools are placing a greater emphasis on social media marketing, and the Illinois State University College of Business is no exception to this trend.
At its heart, the George R. and Martha Means Center for Entrepreneurial Studies at Illinois State University seeks to foster entrepreneurship through teaching, impactful outreach programs, and research, according to Avimanyu Datta, Ph.D.
Early Career Achievement Awards (ECAA) recognize younger graduates who have demonstrated innovative and responsible professional leadership, the potential for future distinction and a commitment to serving others.
Somnath Lahiri, a member of the Illinois State University management and quantitative methods (MQM) faculty, described receiving his United States citizenship March 22 as “a dream fulfilled.” He was joined in the naturalization ceremony by about 50 other people —“all happy and smiling”—including his wife, Susmita. Their son, Soumit, received his citizenship a few weeks
For as long as he can remember, Zach Mroczkowski ’17 has been an entrepreneur.