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Military personnel transition easily to Smeal MBA program
Military personnel have traditionally found a welcoming home in the Penn State Smeal MBA Program.
Located in News Archive / 2015
Smeal junior named IES Abroad Ambassador of the Month
A Penn State Smeal College of Business finance major’s fondness for and dedication to studying abroad has been rewarded. Junior Sondra Goldschmidt, who is minoring in Italian and theater, has been named the IES Abroad Ambassador of the Month for January.
Located in News Archive / 2015
Hybrid Delivery of Accounting Course Enhances Student Mastery, According to Professor
The Penn State Smeal College of Business course Financial and Managerial Accounting for Decision Making (Accounting 211) has a reputation for rigor. Ken Pasch, instructor in accounting and management, has leveraged technology to help reinforce lessons and provide students with opportunities for practice and extra credit.
Located in News Archive / 2014
Penn State Smeal MBA Students Get First-Hand Look at Growing Industry in Lima, Peru
As part of the Penn State Smeal College of Business MBA Program’s global immersion experience, 22 students spent one week in Lima, Peru, at the beginning of March to experience the business climate and culture.
Located in News Archive / 2014
'Donuts and Dilemmas' Provides Students Opportunity to Discuss Workplace Ethics
A group of about 25 undergraduate students gathered with two Deloitte representatives last month for the inaugural ‘Donuts and Dilemmas’ event, a new initiative spearheaded by Honor and Integrity Director Jennifer Eury. The Donuts and Dilemmas series aims to provide students an opportunity to engage in an open discussion about ethical dilemmas in the professional workplace.
Located in News Archive / 2014
Students Organize, Manage Major Women's Conference on Campus
The annual Powerful Women Paving the Way conference—last year’s Penn State Outstanding Program of the Year—is well-attended by both women students and professionals. But what many people don’t know is that it is student-run and organized.
Located in News Archive / 2014
Smeal Undergraduate Net Impact Chapter and Honors Society Beta Alpha Psi Partner with KPMG to Fight Illiteracy
Earlier this semester, the Penn State Smeal College of Business Net Impact Undergraduate Chapter partnered with KPMG, Accounting and Finance honors society Beta Alpha Psi, and First Book for a corporate social responsibility event providing 200 children at Penns Valley Elementary School in Spring Mills, Pa., with books and a day of literacy activities.
Located in News Archive / 2014
Resource-rich Community Helps Ph.D. Students Dive Into Research
Ashley Stadler Blank has focused on sports business and marketing since her undergraduate years at Xavier University where she earned a B.S. in sport management. When it came time for her to choose a Ph.D. program, the broad expertise of the Marketing faculty at the Smeal College of Business and the Center for Sports Business and Research made Penn State a perfect fit.
Located in News Archive / 2014
Smeal Students Encouraged to Investigate Hiring Companies' Core Values
Penn State Smeal College of Business Director of Honor and Integrity Jennifer Eury encourages students to use a vast array of resources to learn about a company’s culture and to find an organization whose values also align with their personal values, especially as they plan their careers.
Located in News Archive / 2014
Baker Tilly Representatives Talk to Students About Transitioning to the Workplace
As many students prepare for summer internships or their first full-time job in their industries, Baker Tilly representatives Patrick Welteroth and Karri McClellan spoke to students in BA 297 Career Planning and Strategies about the transition from college to the workplace.
Located in News Archive / 2014