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EKU SAM Club: Helping the Community and Making four-legged Friends

EKU student works with puppies at the Humane Society

EKU’s Society for Advancement of Management, also known as SAM, is a student run club designed for leaders-in-the-making.

Bringing the Classroom into the Real World

EKU students at Asahi Bluegrass Forge in Richmond

Students in Dr. Jae-Young Oh’s Operations Management class got a first-hand learning experience of the materials taught in class at the Asahi Bluegrass Forge (ABF) located in Richmond, Ky.

ABF is a subsidiary of Asahi Forge Corp., a Japanese company that specializes in producing automotive parts such as hub units, gears, transmission components, bearings and joints.

Former EKU Star Makes an Educational Impact

From left: Easterling, Erekson, Guice, Gaskins

EKU gridiron great Jim Guice welcomed CBT representatives to his AmeriQuest home in Coral Springs, Fla, this week.

Business Prof Teams with Mitchell Scholar

Dr. Marcel Robles and Tyler Swafford

More than 3,600 miles separate Kentucky and Ireland, but an Eastern Kentucky University business professor and one of her recent star pupils bridged the gap and raised EKU’s profile on the Emerald Isle recently.

Senior to Present at National Conference

Tessa Aminetzah

International Business senior Tessa Aminetzah has been chosen to represent SAM’s manuscript titled, “TeamUp, Connecting Innovation across Industry Borders” in a presentation at the Academy of Business Research Conference on November 1-3, 2017, in San Antonio, Texas.

Prof Tells Life Story in Autobiography

Faridah Awang (photo by Carsen Bryant)

She came from a poor family in rural Malaysia that often struggled to put food on the table.

Her parents divorced when she was 2, and she was raised by a grandmother who had no formal education.

Golfing for a Special Cause

L-r: Jason Eberle, Phillip Webb, Scott Web, and Tom Pendergrass

On October 20, the alumni of the PGA Golf Management program, staff, and students at EKU hosted a tournament for a very important cause in the John Hines Classic. Seventy-six people played on 19 teams in a four person scramble to raise money for The ALS Association. John Hines is the head golf professional at the University Club at Arlington where the tournament was held.

MMIB Leaders Recognized

2017 CBT Hall of Distinguished Alumni honorees

Last Friday, the College of Business and Technology honored two MMIB family members Dr. Janna Vice and Mr. Kirby Easterling along with other CBT alumni - who have become leaders in their fields and made significant impacts on the local community, the nation, and the world through their work.

Maroon SHRM Announces Fall 2017 Officers

SHRM 2017 fall officers with advisor Dr. Allen Engle (far left)

EKU’s Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) is a student run organization open to all majors interested in the human resource management profession.

Engle Conquers Virtual Borders

Engle

Allen D. Engle, Sr., Foundation Professor of Management and the Harold Glenn Campbell Endowed Chair of International Business was two places at one time on Friday morning, September 29th – thanks to Skype technology.

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