Volume 8, Issue 4
Jewell Business Today Staff
Lisa Erhart, Managing Editor
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Category Archives: Economics
By Jaymes Ginn – Jewell professors Dr. Chris McCullick and Dr. Yuriy Bots were recently awarded tenure here at the college. To gain tenure is to gain a more permanent position at Jewell and shows that these professors are great … Continue reading
By Hayden Schmidt – Jewell Rising Junior Katie Bird has one of the more exciting years coming up. The mathematics and economics major will be spending August through December of this year studying economics at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, by utilizing her … Continue reading
By Zach Saalfeld – William Jewell College offers diverse curriculum to its students. William Jewell promotes and encourages its students to take courses outside of their discipline, in order to broaden their educational experience. When students take electives outside of … Continue reading
By Hayden Schmidt – The students of Professor Yuriy Bots are working on a project that is designed to apply the complex theories of his Managerial Economics class to real life situations. The project is centered around the concept of Game … Continue reading
By Christian Hunt – Jewell is losing a professor beloved by both students and faculty alike, as Dr. Gregg Whittaker will be retiring from Jewell after the spring semester. As a leader in the Department of Business and Leadership, Dr. … Continue reading
By Jordan Lindsey – At a recent evening meeting of the Economics Club, the topics of conversation were international economy, currency and Forex trading. Dr. Yuriy Bots (Club Sponsor and Professor of Economics) shared and discussed his international currency collection with … Continue reading
On Tuesday, November 7, William Jewell College welcomed Mr. Thomas W. Laming as he delivered the keynote remarks at the annual Everett P. Truex Economic and Financial Forum. The event, attended by over 250 students, faculty and guests, was held at … Continue reading