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Global Supply Chain Management among HuffPost College Degrees with High Placement Rates

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The Huffington Post and high-demand career fields

Even in today's economy, some career fields enjoy near 100 percent placement rates.  HuffPost College writer Scott Willyerd reviews his top picks.

In EKU's School of Business, the Department of Management, Marketing and International Business prepares its graduates to meet the challenge:

MMIB Juniors Participate in Etiquette Luncheon

Etiquette luncheon

Juniors in the Department of Management, Marketing and International Business participated in a BTS 300 Seminar - Junior Jumpstart on Friday, November 16, 2012.

EKU Maroon SHRM Participates in Service Project

EKU Maroon SHRM students

For the fall 2012 semester, the Maroon Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) group participated in an internal service project in order to show their appreciation to the administrative and maintenance staff who work so hard in the College of Business and Technology.

EKU's Maroon SHRM Collects for God's Outreach

God's Outreach logo

EKU's Maroon Society for Human Resource Management group would like to invite you to participate in their fall service project.

Donations are being collected for God's Outreach Madison County Food Bank to help families in need for Thanksgiving. God's Outreach is a non-profit organization that is always in need of assistance, especially during the holidays.

Owens awarded Garden Club Scholarship

Richmond Garden Club President Kitty Sandy awards Ian Owens the clubs second EKU

RICHMOND — The Richmond Garden Club has presented its second horticulture scholarship to Ian Owens.

A native of Somerset and a graduate of Somerset Community College, Owens is a greenhouse management and business major at Eastern Kentucky University.

Logan Duderstadt featured in PGA Magazine

From left: Logan Duderstadt, Eastern Kentucky University; Brooke Rodes, Ferris S

PGA of America summer interns reflect upon a busy and rewarding summer.

- by Bob Baal

CCT Lecturer, Laura Barthel, Featured in BizLex Article

Laura Barthel

Midway faculty collaborate on worthwhile compendium

by Paul Sanders | August 16, 2012

Collaboration, working together to achieve a common goal, can be challenging for any business organization. When that organization is an academic group whose goal is to share knowledge and learning, as well as build consensus, the challenge can be daunting.

Burke and Sealey Win Dr. Allen Engle Scholarship

Congratulations to MMIB students Chelsea Burke and Distinguished Senior Nicole Sealey on winning the Dr. Allen D. Engle Human Resources Scholarship for 2012.

Kincer to be Inducted into Methodist University Athletics Hall of Fame

Kim Kincer

The Methodist University Department of Athletics will induct its 15th class into the Hall of Fame Friday, Nov. 2 as part of the annual Homecoming festivities.

New MMIB Minors for International Business and Entrepreneurship

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NEW International Business Minor

Interested in international business?

The new International Business Minor is for non-business students looking to expand their international business knowledge through study abroad.  Check out the details...

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