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Alumna Shubha N. Janardhan graduated from the Penn State Smeal College of Business in 2004 with a degree in management science and information systems with a specialization in health care. She’s now using her experience to run her family’s company, Haselfre, including a new initiative that provides wholesome care to women in different stages of motherhood.
Arvind Rangaswamy, the Jonas H. Anchel Professor of Marketing at the Penn State Smeal College of Business, will receive the Robert B. Clarke Outstanding Educator Award from the Direct Marketing Educational Foundation (DMEF).
Several awards are presented to graduating seniors in the Penn State Smeal College of Business each spring, honoring their academic success, community and college involvement, leadership, and character.
On Tuesday, April 9, the Women in Business (WIB) student organization and MBA Women International (WMBA) partnered for a Careers and Cupcakes event to showcase various opportunities for Smeal students after graduation.
Penn State’s One Heart Campaign, a 12-person committee made up of students in the Smeal College of Business, focused on several initiatives to raise awareness and support for the Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape (PCAR) in April to mark National Child Abuse Prevention Month.
Last month, the Penn State Smeal College of Business Supply Chain Management Association (SCMA), with sponsorship from Chevron, hosted its third annual Chevron Supply Chain Case Competition.
The Penn State Smeal College of Business has a slate of festivities scheduled to celebrate the spring 2013 commencement.
The Penn State Smeal College of Business Center for the Management of Technological and Organizational Change (CMTOC) held its biannual Advanced Manufacturing Forum on April 4-5 at the Toftrees Golf Resort and Conference Center in State College, Pa.
A Penn State Smeal College of Business student team earned third place in the Villanova Real Estate Challenge, a national real estate development case competition for undergraduate students.
Penn State Smeal College of Business student Katie Hartman, a junior in the Integrated Master of Accounting Program, spent three days in Bangkok, Thailand, last month as the Penn State representative at the Deloitte International Student Business Forum.
A team of Penn State Smeal College of Business Accounting students placed third in the Deloitte National Trueblood Case Competition, held on April 6 at the Deloitte University facility in Westlake, Tex. Penn Staters competed against teams from Michigan State University, the University of Southern California, Baylor University, the University of Iowa, and Howard University.
As part of the Penn State Smeal College of Business MBA Program’s global immersion experience, 26 students in the Penn spent one week in Johannesburg, South Africa, earlier this semester to experience the business climate and culture.
Tim Baxter, president of Samsung Electronics America, spoke to Penn State students on Friday, April 5, as part of the Smeal College of Business Executive Insights lecture series.
A group of Penn State Smeal College of Business MBA students won first prize in the second annual Rice MBA Marketing Case Competition, held on April 6 in Houston, Tex.
Several Penn State Smeal College of Business student organizations were recently recognized with awards from the Penn State Office of Student Activities.
Penn State Smeal College of Business alumni are invited to join Dean Charles Whiteman for a live webinar on Thursday, April 25, from noon-1 p.m. EST.
Last month, the Penn State Smeal College of Business’ Center for Supply Chain Research held its biannual Supply Chain Leaders Forum, an invitation-only discussion of the latest industry issues in supply chain management.
Tom Szaky, founder and CEO of TerraCycle and author of "Revolution in a Bottle: How TerraCycle is Redefining Green Business," will be a featured speaker April 18 during Penn State’s Earth Days. TerraCycle collects trash and turns it into reusable items.
Last month, six students in the Penn State Smeal College of Business MBA Program traveled to the University of Arkansas to compete in the Sam M. Walton College of Business International Graduate Logistics Case Competition. The Smeal team topped their U.S. competitors and earned third place overall.
On Friday afternoons throughout the spring semester, more than 40 students fill the seats of the Penn State Smeal College of Business Rogers Family Trading Room for Wall Street Boot Camp—a rigorous program that prepares its participants for careers on Wall Street.