Volume 8, Issue 4
Jewell Business Today Staff
Lisa Erhart, Managing Editor
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Category Archives: Marketing
By Sawyer Granger – William Jewell, The Critical Thinking College, is exploring a new strategy to grab the attention of potential students. On Monday, October 29 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. William Jewell is hosting an admissions event for … Continue reading
By Will Norris – Marissa Bland hosted the Jewell BizTime session held on Monday, September 17th in the IDEA X-Change. Accompanied by co-host Carson Hobby, senior football player at Jewell, she spoke at the Job Hunting Session on tips for … Continue reading
By Jaymes Ginn – Professor of Marketing Shelly McVay, along with students Ryan Hiatt, Ty Pratt, Dalton Dye, Sarah Lewis, and others, will be working throughout the semester with Adalante Thrift, in the Kansas City area, to aid in the … Continue reading
By Chance Nelson – The David Nelson Duke Colloquium event is a long-standing tradition at William Jewell College, which involves student presentations from various academic departments. Students work for months researching and preparing their Duke Colloquium projects before presenting their … Continue reading
By Chance Nelson – During spring semester Professor Shelly McVay’s Business 305 students were tasked with assisting the Avenue of Life organization with various marketing projects. Avenue of Life is a non-profit organization trying to “break the cycle of poverty through … Continue reading
By Hayden Schmidt – Since his interview with Jared Bajkowski of Ink Magazine back in February, Jewell’s very own Easton Koch has continued to produce clothing products from his brand, Easton K., that are uniquely his own. Months removed from the … Continue reading
By Chance Nelson – Junior and Senior Business Administration students who are currently enrolled in Professor Shelly McVay’s Business 403 – Business as Practice course at William Jewell College are working with a number of non-profit organizations around the Kansas … Continue reading
By Erin Cook – During the fall semester, Professor Shelly McVay again led Jewell’s Business Problems and Policies course (Business 406) – a business capstone course focusing on entrepreneurship. The goal of the course is for students to combine all … Continue reading
By Erin Cook – For the past couple of years, Professor Shelly McVay’s Business 305 marketing course has partnered with a local Kansas City nonprofit for a service-learning project. This year, the class is providing advertising consultation to Veronica’s Voice. … Continue reading