In Prof. Ratcliffe's Management 200 course, the payoff of planning, leading, organizing, and controlling helps to sustain a local nonprofit that works with children.
“I like to be creative, and marketing is such a broad field. ... You can go in so many directions,” says Messina, whose coursework, internships helped land her a marketing assistant position.
The fellowship will open doors and generate opportunities for LaGuardia, who already is finding ways to address global challenges through service learning.
Recently named to the Forbes "30 Under 30" list, this tech entrepreneur draws lessons from his Bulldog football years. "Team unity is crucial," he says.
She's blending Communication and Management to chart a path toward a career running a financial literacy company for immigrants and their families.
The academic rigor of his senior capstone helped this self-described "arts crusader" realize a long-held ambition to be a playwright, but the real magic occurred when he saw "The Gate" brought to life on stage.
Finding a school that would let her study her twin passions at a high level was difficult until she found Bryant.
Bryant's close-knit community of faculty and students offers a surprising "big-school atmosphere" and opportunities that open doors for the editor-in-chief of the campus newspaper.
Alumni who are distinguished leaders in this important sector share their perceptions during "The Business of Health Care: Innovation and Opportunities," part of Alumni Engagement Day.
Panelists at "Start-Up Solutions – Entrepreneurship and Innovation" offer advice and support for new entrepreneurs attempting to turn their ideas into reality.
The Zenobia Hikes Memorial Award honors the director's commitment to the advancement of women in higher education and to student affairs.
Alumnae panelists agree that the field of finance/financial services could benefit greatly from the addition of women. Their discussion was part of Alumni Engagement Day.