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Penn State Smeal announces partnership with GeniusMesh

December 7, 2017


Penn State Smeal’s Office of Alumni Career Services recently announced a partnership with GeniusMesh, an executive career advancement network that taps into the graduates of 23 universities in an exclusive network.

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Partners in Business Ethics Symposium attracts leaders in business ethics

December 6, 2017


The Penn State Smeal College of Business hosted business school deans, corporate leaders, and ethics experts in November for the 6th Partners in Business Ethics Symposium. Held in the Business Building on the Penn State University Park campus, this year’s symposium theme was “Fostering a Speak-Up Culture.”

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Finance major named fall 2017 Penn State Smeal student marshal

December 5, 2017


Smeal has named Priyenkka Sivachidambaram, who is graduating summa cum laude with a 4.0 GPA in finance, as the student marshal for fall 2017.

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Penn State Smeal senior supply chain major one of five national scholarship winners

November 29, 2017


Laura Holleran, a senior supply chain and information systems major at the Penn State Smeal College of Business, was one of five women chosen from a national pool of applicants for an AWESOME (Achieving Women’s Excellence in Supply Chain Operations, Management, and Education) scholarship.

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Penn State Smeal MBA Program ranked No. 25 in Bloomberg Businessweek rankings

November 17, 2017


The Penn State Smeal MBA Program is No. 25 in the 2017 Bloomberg Businessweek Best Business Schools rankings released Thursday. Smeal improved 12 places over its previous Businessweek ranking, one of the biggest gains by any business school on the list.

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Anonymous $1 million gift will support Penn State Smeal leadership program

November 14, 2017


The Penn State Smeal College of Business has received an anonymous $1 million estate commitment to create scholarship and program funds to support the Sapphire Leadership Academic Program and its students.

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Alumnae Hope and Torabi named to Smeal Board of Visitors

November 8, 2017


Dean Charles H. Whiteman, John and Becky Surma Dean of the Smeal College of Business, has announced the addition of two new members to the college’s Board of Visitors. Wanda Bryant Hope '87, chief diversity officer at Johnson & Johnson, and Farnoosh Torabi '02, journalist, best-selling author, television personality, and personal finance expert, will begin their three-year terms at the board’s November meeting.

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Speakers in Hambrick’s management course embody, reinforce the lessons learned

November 1, 2017


Donald Hambrick, an Evan Pugh University Professor and Smeal Chaired Professor of Management, looks for just the right fit when considering executives to invite to address his Management 531 course.

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Johnson & Johnson diversity chief shares views during Penn State Smeal’s Executive Insights series

October 24, 2017


Johnson & Johnson Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer Wanda Bryant Hope shared her thoughts and opinions on a number of topics Friday with the students, staff, and faculty that filled Struthers Auditorium in the Business Building. It was the final installment of this semester’s Executive Insights speaker series.

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Beta Gamma Sigma seeking top Penn State Smeal students to join

October 18, 2017


Beta Gamma Sigma, the international honor society that recognizes business excellence, will email invitations this week to high-achieving upperclassmen in the Penn State Smeal College of Business. Qualifying juniors and seniors should be checking their inboxes. Formal printed invitations will be mailed to students and parents in the near future.

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