Volume 6, Issue 4
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Category Archives: Entrepreneurship
By Gretchen Mayes – William Jewell College student, Macy Tush, presented a discussion about the value of community and helping each other become better. University Innovation Fellow (UIF) and physics student Macy Tush had the opportunity to help facilitate a breakout … Continue reading
By Madison Giles – Each fall semester a group of Jewell business students become consultants for businesses in the Kansas City area. In the past, students have consulted for VML, Kellogg’s, Sprint, Western Union and many other prominent organizations. This … Continue reading
By Will Hyde – While some students spend their summers relaxing at home or vacationing, students like Trevor Nicks help start companies. A senior biochemistry major and business administration minor, Trevor traveled to Cork, Ireland to cofound Spira as the … Continue reading
By Sabrine Navarro – Joel Bryce is putting money in poor African farmers’ pockets. The William Jewell grad has been making strides in agriculture and economic development since graduating in 2007. Bryce left Jewell with a Economics and Business Management … Continue reading
By Sabrine Navarro – College students aren’t always fortunate to have the opportunity to explore their creative side. Balancing a full-time class schedule and the possibility of a part time job off or on campus can be stressful. It’s not … Continue reading
By Kelsey Wagner – Recent WJC grad Conner Hazelrigg ‘15 is doing big things with her invention of the “Sunshine Box”, a solar powered cell phone charger, which can charge up to ten phones simultaneously while remaining completely portable. In … Continue reading
By Anna Biondo and Emma Alley – Among William Jewell’s creative, innovative and talented students, Easton Koch has made himself stand out. As a sophomore who plays basketball for the Cardinals, Easton still makes time for his passion: designing men’s … Continue reading