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J.D. Hammond’s impact on Penn State Smeal College of Business an enduring legacy

December 1, 2020


J.D. Hammond’s tenure as dean of the Penn State Smeal College of Business lasted 10 years. What Hammond accomplished during that decade is considered by many to be immeasurable. Hammond, dean emeritus of Smeal and The William Elliott Professor Emeritus, passed away in late November. His wife, Marian, and their children, Nancy and Michael, survive him.

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Karen and Tony Quintos make $1 million commitment to support diversity programs at Penn State Smeal

November 25, 2020


Penn State Smeal College of Business graduate and Board of Visitors member Karen Hughes-Quintos and her husband, Tony, recently made a $1 million commitment to create the Hughes-Quintos Educational Equity Scholarship and the Hughes-Quintos Diversity Enhancement Program Fund in the Smeal College of Business.

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Prime Branding Panel addresses variety of topics

November 24, 2020


Penn State Prime, in partnership with the Penn State AD/PR Club and LevLane advertising agency, held its annual Penn State Prime Branding Panel earlier this semester. The event was held virtually for the first time.

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Penn State Smeal Diversity Enhancement Programs helps students make the most of their college experience

November 24, 2020


Smeal's Office of Diversity Enhancement Programs is a deciding factor in some students' decisions to attend Penn State, and a reassuring source of support for those who do.

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For the Smeal College of Business’s Jamie Campbell, students become family

November 19, 2020


Jamie Campbell, Smeal's assistant deal for Diversity Enhancement Programs, displays a special affinity for the students he serves.

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Impacting the world, one generation at a time

November 13, 2020


Karen Quintos followed in the footsteps of her mother, Nancy Hughes, as a pioneering alumna of the Smeal College of Business.

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Penn State Smeal’s Farrell Center 2020 Experienceship program for CIENT students a success

November 12, 2020


Smeal’s Farrell Center for Corporate Innovation and Entrepreneurship launched its Experienceship program this past summer, placing five undergraduate students at various small businesses in Pennsylvania.

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Penn State Smeal College of Business raising funds for Diversity Enhancement Programs on Giving Tuesday

November 11, 2020


Penn State's Smeal College of Business is partnering with the University’s Office of Annual Giving to raise funds to support the Smeal Office of Diversity Enhancement Programs on Giving Tuesday, which will take place on Dec. 1.

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Penn State Smeal MBA Program ranks 32nd in Corporate Knights’ 2020 Better World MBA Ranking

November 10, 2020


The Penn State Smeal College of Business MBA Program has been ranked No. 32 in the Corporate Knights’ 2020 Better World MBA Ranking, which was released this morning. The ranking identifies the world’s top 40 MBA programs in sustainability performance.

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Penn State offers spring admission to Master of Supply Chain Management program

November 6, 2020


Penn State is accepting applications for admission in its top-ranked online Master of Supply Chain Management program for the spring 2021 semester, which starts in January. The second application window in the 2020-21 academic year is one of several updates to the supply chain management program aimed at providing students the chance to tailor their education to their individual needs.

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