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Entrepreneurial Students Collaborate with Madison County Schools on Guardian Safety Project

Students collaborate with county officials

School of Business students are engaging in an interdisciplinary high-impact learning project, resulting in a fascinating outcome. 

Ms. Maggie Abney is an experienced banker, and Ms. Laura Barthel is a seasoned entrepreneur. Throughout the semester, Abney’s Entrepreneurial Finance (FIN 310) collaborates with Barthel’s Entrepreneurship (CCT 270).

MMIB Announces 2016-17 Patterson Scholars

The Department of Management, Marketing and International Business is pleased to announce Patterson Scholars for the 2016-17 academic year.

Research on Apologies Garners National Attention

Dr. Beth Polin

Whether at home or in the workplace or public square, the fate of relationships often hangs on two simple words.

But what do we really understand about “I’m sorry,” and what constitutes a “good” apology or “bad” apology?

MMIB Students Receive Top Awards from the Center for Career and Co-op

Kim Smith and Tanner Hayes

EKU's Department of Management, Marketing and International Business is pleased to congratulate two students who received honors awarded at EKU’s Student Employee of the Year Awards Ceremony on Wednesday, April 20.

The EKU Center for Career & Co-op's top awards both went to MMIB students making it a maroon-letter day for the Department.

Fore and Robles Receive 2016 Critical Thinking Teacher of the Year Awards

Left: Robles with Vice and Benson. Right: Fore with Benson and Vice

Two MMIB faculty received EKU's 2016 Critical Thinking Teacher of the Year Award.

Phi Beta Lambda students help with Mt. Pleasant restoration

PBL students at Mt. Pleasant

EKU Phi Beta Lambda students spend much of Friday, April 15, helping improve the appearance of one of the most historic homes in Richmond.

EKU PBL brings home 19 State awards, sets sights on Nationals

EKU PBL students pose with their trophies

Eighteen Eastern Kentucky University students and their advisor participated in the Phi Beta Lambda (Future of Business Leaders of America) Academic Competitions this last weekend at Elizabethtown Technical and Community College. As usual, EKU students excelled, bringing home 19 awards:

1st Place

MMIB Recognizes Outstanding Seniors and Distinguished Alumnus

l-r: Chad Miles, Craig Hicks, Adam Cosentino, and Katie Beck

EKU's Department of Management, Marketing and International Business is pleased to announce its outstanding seniors for 2015-16. Graduating seniors are nominated by faculty and recipients are selected based on superior academic achievement coupled with excellent leadership, citizenship, character, and service.

EKU Entrepreneurship Teams bring home Idea State U top prizes

Nathan Hall and Kyle Marcum accept First Place in the Business Model Division

EKU's student entrepreneurship teams, under the direction of faculty advisor Laura Barthel, once again brought home first and third place prizes from the Regional IDEA State University Competition held in Prestonsburg on March 30.

Marketing Alum Lam Bao An achieves admittance into five PhD programs

Congratulations to EKU alum Lam Bao An for receiving admittance into five PhD programs. An has accepted the University of Central Florida’s offer. While attending EKU, An was a Marketing major, graduating in 2013.

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