There’s a saying in Panama—tranquila—which means, “no worries.” Senior marketing and international business major Kamya Monga got to live out the meaning of tranquila after she received the Matt Busey Endowed Scholarship, which made studying abroad in Panama possible.
The College of Business is now accepting nominations for the Early Career Achievement Awards (ECAA).
Community partnerships are paving the way for students to gain hands-on experience with solving marketing problems.
Illinois State University’s Professional Sales Institute hosted the Redbird National Sales Competition (RNSC) February 27–28.
Each year the College of Business inducts a select group of highly accomplished graduates into its Alumni Hall of Fame and Service Hall of Fame.
Is an internship worth the time and commitment? These Redbirds answer with a resounding “yes!”
The Corporate Social Responsibility Case Competition, hosted by the College of Business, took place November 15 as a precursor to Business Week. The competition was held inside the State Farm Hall of Business’ Caterpillar Auditorium and was sponsored by Bloomington-based COUNTRY Financial.
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.
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.