The Smeal College of Business is hosting two events this month to give students tools and opportunities to network with high-level business executives.
The 60th meeting of the Advanced Manufacturing Forum will convene in early November at Penn State with representatives from Boston Scientific, Flinchbaugh Engineering, The HON Company, and Thomas and Betts Corporation offering insight into their companies' experiences streamlining production and plant operations.
The Princeton Review and Entrepreneur magazine have ranked the MBA Program at Penn State's Smeal College of Business as one of the top such programs in the country for entrepreneurs.
Graduate students are cheating at an alarmingly high rate and MBA students are doing so at even higher levels, according to a new research report co-authored by a Smeal College of Business professor.
A Smeal College of Business professor will join representatives from the media, the health-care industry, government, and academia at a Columbia University conference this week to discuss tobacco and how it affects American youth.
The MBA Program at Penn State's Smeal College of Business is ranked 23rd according to the Wall Street Journal's annual list of the top regional MBA providers, which was published today. The college is up 10 spots from its ranking of 33 last year.
A Smeal College of Business faculty member hosts a new State College-area radio program, addressing leadership issues and taking calls from listeners on workplace and management challenges. "Speaking Confidentially," hosted by Kenneth Pasch, instructor in accounting and management, airs on WBLF-AM at 11 a.m. on Fridays.
Companies with overpaid CEOs tend to overpay employees and may experience more employee turnover, according to a new research report co-authored by Smeal's Timothy Pollock, associate professor of management.
Since October 1997, John Jordan, executive director of the eBusiness Research Center at Penn State's Smeal College of Business, has been publishing an electronic newsletter that examines emerging technologies and how they impact business and society.
Two Smeal College of Business students spent 10 days in Romania this month working with local families, community leaders from Austin, Texas, and students from four other U.S. universities to refurbish a Soviet-era apartment building through Habitat for Humanity International's Global Village Program.
Two upcoming events in Pittsburgh and Philadelphia will provide an opportunity for area friends and alumni of the Smeal College of Business to meet the college's new dean and learn about the Smeal alumni clubs in each city.
The Smeal College of Business hosted two events last week to give students tools and opportunities to network with high-level business executives.