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Category Archives: Faculty
Students in Professor Shelly McVay’s Business Capstone course have been working to help PawsAbilities, a project of Inclusion Connections, located in Johnson County, Kansas. Inclusion Connections is a nonprofit, which works with youth with developmental disabilities. IC utilizes volunteers for … 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 Madison Giles – A major aspect of the curriculum at William Jewell is critical thinking. Students start out their freshman year by taking Responsible Self, which is a class that develops a student’s critical thinking skills. William Jewell has … Continue reading
Throughout the year many students have had the opportunity to intern with the Kansas City Chiefs professional football organization. Marketing Professor Shelly McVay and Chris Stathos, an alumnus of William Jewell College who now works in the Chiefs organization as … Continue reading
By Lisa Erhart – Among the many new faces at William Jewell College this fall, business professor Tabetha Hazels feels back at home in Jewell Hall. A native of Leavenworth, Kansas, Hazels attended William Jewell College where she studied Business … Continue reading
By Timothy Posler – This fall semester at William Jewell College has plenty happening in the Accounting Department. Professor Chris McCullick recently shared some of the highlights. Coming in November, the Missouri Society of Certified Public Accountants will be … Continue reading
By Sabrine Navarro – Professor Elizabeth Hoyt has retired from William Jewell after 35 years of teaching in the Department of Business and Leadership. The business professor began her career at Arthur Anderson and Company. She notes that after graduating … Continue reading