The Penny Program award winners have been chosen for the spring of 2016, and four MSUM students were selected. Read the rest of this entry →
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Last Saturday, April 23, 2016, the university’s largest, annual fundraising event for need-based, merit, academic and athletic scholarships was held and saw a record-breaking 343 in attendance. The event raised over $167,000. Read the rest of this entry →
Brandon Qual, a senior student in the Paseka School of Business (PSB) and Business Administration major (Marketing emphasis), is a well-known pro-gamer worldwide. He achieved 3rd place in the world championship of StarCraft II in Shanghai, China (the most popular simulation game in the world). Brandon is the only qualified pro-gamer in the US and one of two pro-gamers in the North America. Recently, he has placed in the top 3-4 in the International GPL. Read the rest of this entry →
By Meghan Feir
On Saturday, April 23, 2016, MSUM will once again be hosting an event targeted toward raising money for need-based, merit, academic and athletic student scholarships. Previously known as the Founders Scholarship Gala, the Spring Scholarship Gala is the university’s biggest fundraising event and directly impacts the lives of students across departments.
On a seemingly regular school day, Tomi Thompson got a call from her cousin, MSUM Mass Communications Department Secretary Wendy Olsgard. Deadlines were approaching for scholarship applications and the encouraging cousin knew Thompson was more than qualified.
Fast forward to 2016. With tears in her eyes, the senior, double-majoring in broadcast journalism and integrated advertising and public relations, explained how receiving scholarships made it possible for her to accept an internship with the Minnesota Vikings last summer. Read the rest of this entry →
This past fall CES was granted use of the rubric “ENTR” which is now the sole designation for entrepreneurial courses attached to the minors listed. Formerly denoted as BUS 229, BUS 230, and BUS 231, these courses are now listed for Fall 2016: Read the rest of this entry →
Dr. Wooyang Kim, the Paseka School of Business, has accepted his paper at the Global Marketing Conference
With his advisers (Dr. Donald Hantula and Dr. C. Anthony Di Benedetto), Dr. Wooyang Kim, Assistant Professor in the Paseka School of Business, has been accepted the paper in the Global Marketing Conference 2016 (GMC).
The title of the paper is “The Role of Foraging Theory in Information Overload Paradigm: Consumer Perception of Online Information Structures among Goods and Services.” The GMC is an internationally renowned conference and one of the largest conferences in marketing discipline, organized by Global Alliance of Marketing & Management Association (GAMMA) and hosted by top-tier academic societies such as American Marketing Association and European Marketing Academy. He will present his paper in Hong Kong on July 2016.
Thursday, March 31 | 5:30-8:30 p.m. | Center for Business Room 111
The College of Business and Innovation is sponsoring: “Video and Media Basics” free to all faculty, staff and students. Register by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org by March 28. Please include your name, phone, if you’re faculty, staff, or student and school. Read the attached for more information: Videos-8.5-x-11
Forecasting Event | March 29 | 6 p.m. | CB109
Financial Management Association will be hosting our first annual Forecasting event. Come grab a slice of pizza, learn about what FMA has to offer you as a current or potential business school student and put your forecasting skills to the test! There will be a presentation of information on how to forecast your predictions based on six variables which range from the price of gold to the temperature of Tampa, Florida. A prize will be awarded for the closest National and Local predictions. Read the rest of this entry →
Registration for the summer and fall 2016 semester is scheduled to begin March 29th, 2016. Fall registration proceeds according to the number of semester hours individual students have completed with grades. Students with more earned semester hours are allowed to register earlier than students with less semester hours. Read the rest of this entry →
Achieve higher pass rates than other Minnesota, North Dakota schools
MSUM students who took the 2015 Uniform CPA Examination within one year of graduating achieved a pass rate of 73.5 percent, higher than all colleges and universities in both North Dakota and Minnesota.
The pass rate measure refers to “…sections taken within 1 year (365 days) of graduation from a given program. This tighter filter allows the (NASBA-National Association of State Boards of Accountancy) book to more closely associate a candidate’s performance with his/her most recent educational institution.” Read the rest of this entry →
The Accounting Club meeting will be held on Thursday, March 3 from 6 – 7:30p.m. in room CB 111. Guest speaker and class instructor, Tasha Rohlfs, will be presenting on the Dale Carnegie Communications course (PGMT 390) offered at MSUM. Dinner will be served before the presentation begins.
All majors are welcome. Hope to see you there!
The Paseka School of Business welcomes Dr. Ye Zheng Xin from Shanghai Finance University as a visiting scholar until December 2016. Dr. Ye has a Ph.D. in Economics and head of International Business. He is our second exchange scholar from Shanghai Finance University. He will serve as guest lecturer, research scholar, and consultant on China business and relations. His office is located in the Center for Business.
Dr. Wooyang Kim, Assistant Professor in the Paseka School of Business, has been appointed as a leading member of advisory committee of PSM program in KMAC, known as the number one consulting company in South Korea. KMAC has worked with numerous Korean conglomerates and government organizations in education and business consulting. Working with Korean government – Ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning, the purpose of the project is to develop curricula for Professional Science Master’s Program (PSM) in South Korea. The PSM program aims to integrate curricula between science and business so as to support graduate students in the establishment of a technology-based start-up companies. For more information about PSM program, see the following link: http://www.sciencemasters.com.
President Anne will honor alumna Tammy Miller at Saturday’s basketball game for being for being recognized by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business as one of its first 100 Influential Leaders. The inaugural honor recognizes Tammy for making an impact in the world through her business insight, leadership ability and entrepreneurial success. Read the rest of this entry →
David C. Nelson, 84, died Jan. 24 at his home in The Villages, Fla. Nelson served as dean of Business and Applied Programs before his retirement. During his 18-year tenure, he loved working the scoreboard at the Dragons basketball games and participating in the college’s annual July 4th celebrations.
Here is a complete list of campus holiday hours:
The following offices will remain open during the holiday season:
- Academic Affairs
- Alumni Foundation
- College of Business & Innovation, office
- College of Education & Human Services, office
- Financial Aid & Scholarships
- Human Resources
- Housing & Residential Life
- International Student Services
- Marketing Communications
- Office of Institutional Effectiveness
- President’s Office
- Physical Plant
- Public Safety (open during the entire break, 24/7, including holidays)
- Wellness Center
Originally published on Prairie Business. MOORHEAD, Minn. – Minnesota State University Moorhead’s Doing Business in China Program has been named a winner of the 2015 Minnesota State Colleges and Universities Academic and Student Affairs Awards for Innovation in Global Education.
The award recognizes the creative and high impact practices of faculty and staff that increase students’ understanding of the growing interdependence of nations and peoples through cross-cultural and international experiences, according to a news release.
“This award gives us recognition with MnSCU in terms of global innovation and reaffirms that what we’re doing here is unique,” said Marsha Weber, dean of the College of Business and Innovation.
Constructing their futures
BY TRENT ZBICHORSKI
Like a lot of women who choose a professional career in construction management, Minnesota State University Moorhead student Elly Lehn grew up around the business.
“My dad started as a diesel mechanic at Veit and is now the executive of fleet operations,” said Lehn, a junior in MSUM’s construction management program. “I couldn’t tell you how many times I sat on my dad’s lap in a bulldozer or an excavator and loved it.” Many women are introduced to the industry this way.
In the male-dominated construction field, just 8.9 percent of women work in the industry nationwide, according to the U.S. Dept. of Labor. Most often, they are doing clerical or support work.
That’s why Kiewit, one of North America’s largest construction and engineering organizations, sponsors the Women’s Construction Leadership Seminar.
Lehn was one of 50 women from 47 universities across the United States and Canada selected to participate in this year’s seminar to develop leadership skills, network with successful female leaders within the industry, and learn about the challenging opportunities in the construction and/or engineering industries. Nearly 150 women applied for the program. Read the rest of this entry →
Denise Gorsline, interim dean of Arts, Media and Communication, has been blogging about her “Dragon Tales” and the MSUM delegation visit to South Korea and China that began Dec. 1.
In her Dec. 3 post she writes: “I have been enchanted by Seoul…from our visit with Seoul National University of Education (SNUE) to our dinner with an MSUM graduate, an exchange student, and a potential exchange student, Seoul has been great.”
Read more and follow at Dragon Tales blog.
The seven-member team of faculty, administrators and staff will visit with with high schools and universities in South Korea and China for the purpose of partnership-building and bringing new students to MSUM. They will return to the U.S. Dec. 14.
Center for Innovative Business Solutions receives honorable mention for Innovation in Business Education
The College of Business and Innovation received honorable mention in the MidAmerican Business Deans Association 2015 Innovation in Business Education Award for its Center for Innovative Business Solutions (CIBS).
The awards program encourages innovation in the pursuit of excellence in business education by recognizing creative and unique programs that advance the quality of education and the management of resources in business schools.
The CIBS engages students in experiential learning projects, where they serve as consultants to determine solutions and recommendations to existing real-world problems identified by local and regional businesses. Faculty guide, instruct, advise and coach students as they apply their academic knowledge while developing essential business and professional skills.