State Farm, IBM, and the School of Information Technology collaborated to bring the New to Z Workshop to Illinois State students and faculty.
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.
Zack Fortsch ’83 is a member of the College of Business Hall of Fame and a tax partner at RSM US LLP (“RSM”), the fifth largest audit, tax, and consulting firm in the United States. Through gifts, commitments, and matching gifts, Fortsch has been responsible for more than $200,000 in donations to the University. Fortsch’s scholarship, the William A. Fortsch Accounting Scholarship provides multi-year scholarships for accounting students. Fortsch’s firm, RSM, has also been a strong supporter of Illinois State students and faculty.
In appreciation for their alma mater and to foster innovation on campus, Steve ’73 and Sharon Hagge ’73 have given a $1 million gift during Redbirds Rising: The Campaign for Illinois State.
In September, employers from across the nation will attend the Career Center’s Accounting Career Fair to meet students and alumni who are studying accounting or seeking accounting positions.
When Mike Essington ’81 transferred to Illinois State in 1979, he was interested in a new major called computer science. Since personal computers weren’t around, students created and stored data on paper punch cards.
Illinois State University’s College of Business has a long history of success and looking back over the past year, it is clear to see that once again Redbirds have much to celebrate.
In today’s technology driven world, having a strong presence on social media has become a vital marketing tool in the realm of higher education.
The College of Business is teaming up with the Central Illinois Flying Aces hockey team for a fun-filled night to remember.
Business Week has been a cornerstone of the College of Business’ calendar of events for the past 40 years.