Volume 7, Issue 1
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Category Archives: Events
By Christian Hunt – On March 30 the Jewell community had the opportunity to listen to former Air Force Veteran, international businesswoman, and author, Brenda Newberry as she delivered the Distinguished Executive Lecture in Business and Leadership. Mrs. Newberry has … Continue reading
By Christian Hunt – DECA is an international program on high school and college campuses that is developing leaders in marketing, finance, management, and hospitality. Ninety-two percent of members say they have learned how to successfully communicate thoughts and ideas … Continue reading
By Gretchen Mayes – A familiar face to many students around campus is WJC alum Mr. Brad Douglas. Brad has been helping out Jewell students by teaching them how to create better LinkedIn pages and other online tips to get the … Continue reading
By AJ Naanep – Among the many presenters meeting with students during Jewell’s Monday BizTime coffees, financial planners Mike Keeton and Joe Kramer from Community America Credit Union provided an important lesson about the importance of investing early. During their … Continue reading
By Christian Hunt – Each semester, students enrolled in Principles of Marketing, led by Professor Shelly McVay, separate into teams to compete in developing the best branding, advertising, social media, and funding options for a specific organization. This semester six … Continue reading
With the help of economics professor Dr. Yuriy Bots, economic students were able to be a part of a TradeWins simulation. TradeWins is a business simulation exercise presented in an interactive format, which involves all participants as executives of hypothetical … Continue reading
By Lisa Erhart – Delta Mu Delta is the national honor society for undergraduate students obtaining business related majors. It is the highest scholastic recognition offered to students by the Department of Business and Leadership. Juniors and seniors who are … Continue reading