Volume 7, Issue 2
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By Emily Monroe – Shelly McVay is the professor for both the Self-Designed Project (Business 403) and Marketing Principles (Business 305) courses. Professor McVay decided to integrate nonprofit and service learning into her courses during the spring semester because it … Continue reading
By Gretchen Mayes – The William Jewell College annual Duke Colloquium, held Friday, April 12, is a long-time campus tradition involving students from all academic disciplines presenting their scholarly and creative works to faculty, staff and the community. The Colloquium concept … Continue reading
By Christian Hunt – The William Jewell Economics Club recently elected first-year student Jacob Dice as president for 2108-18. Jacob is currently majoring in Economics, Mathematics and Physics. Jacob’s vision for the Club is to “provide students an alternative opportunity … Continue reading
By Hannah Nicolay – Recently graduated senior Jeff Nickel earned Bachelors of Science degrees in Accounting and Economics and has accepted a position at EY (formerly Ernst & Young) beginning in the fall of 2017. During the first half of … Continue reading
By Grace Mize – There have been several exciting developments taking place in the William Jewell Community that are connected to the IDEA X-Change. There are students, staff, and alumni who have worked on successful creative projects and are being … Continue reading
By Gretchen Mayes – The William Jewell College Celebration of Honors was held on Friday, April 21 in Gano Chapel. The Celebration of Honors is a time for students to be recognized for their hard work in the classroom and their … Continue reading
By Gretchen Mayes – New graduate Mikayla Roller (May 2017) recently completed a major research project in economics. The senior seminar course in economics requires a 40 to 50-page research paper on a topic of the student’s choice. Students are required … Continue reading