Volume 7, Issue 4
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Category Archives: Students
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
On Tuesday, November 7, William Jewell College welcomed Mr. Thomas W. Laming as he delivered the keynote remarks at the annual Everett P. Truex Economic and Financial Forum. The event, attended by over 250 students, faculty and guests, was held at … Continue reading
By Sarah Lewis – Delta Mu Delta Business Honor Society elected new officers for the 2017-2018 school year. Four individuals have been elected to serve the following roles: President – Lisa Erhart, Senior Business Administration major As President, Lisa’s role … Continue reading
By Hunter Forkum – After a two-year period of inactivity, Economics Club is back up and running. Organized by sophomore president, Jacob Dice, the club intends to serve as a relaxed setting for students from any major to discuss economic … 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
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