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.
The College of Business is teaming up with the Central Illinois Flying Aces hockey team for a fun-filled night to remember.
The Alumni Association will recognize five individuals and their outstanding achievements and contributions.
Arafath Hossain, M.S. ’18, presented his research paper “Question Break Down Structure (QBS) for Complete Business Storytelling by Agile Teams” in November at the Data Sciences 2108 Annual Meeting in Chicago.
Terry Noel said he enjoys equipping students with the tools to make “choices that are very impactful” on the rest of their lives, and is excited to be presented with the opportunity to have a hand in developing the bigger picture of what Illinois State can do for students.
While standing on the cusp of retirement at the close of the fall 2018 semester, College of Business (COB) Associate Dean for Academic Programs and Curriculum Timothy Longfellow expressed appreciation for those who helped to make the last three decades a meaningful and fulfilling experience.
According to the National Association of Colleges and Employers, there are specific skills employers seek, in addition to academic knowledge or experiences. Identify these transferable skills and learn how to develop them as a Redbird.
The Illinois State University Alumni Association honored seven award recipients at Founders Day celebrations on February 16, as well as during a dinner program.
With loads of school work, full time jobs and families, one group of Illinois State University Corporate MBA students is finding time to give back to the community in big ways.
More than 500 Illinois State undergraduate and graduate students distilled months of hard work into posters that they displayed Friday at the University Research Symposium.