Volume 7, Issue 1
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Category Archives: Leadership
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 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 Lauren Huddlestun – Dr. Kelli Schutte has been a business professor at William Jewell College since 2004 and Chair of the Department of Business and Leadership since 2009. She teaches a variety of classes in the business department including … 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
By Hannah Nicolay – Dr. Neil Ericsson, a research professor of Economics at The George Washington University and principal economist at the Federal Reserve Board in Washington D.C., delivered the keynote speech at the annual Everett P. Truex Economic & Financial … Continue reading
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