Daniel Wong, academic director of the supply chain management program received the annual APICS Award of Excellence on April 18, 2019 on behalf of the program and The School of Business.
Listening to speakers at various conferences around the area talk about how previously marginalized groups are now finding new success in unconventional areas within tech inspires me to want to do more with my own career while building others. Ideas often start from conversations, and unlocking shifting industry trends to create new opportunities is changing the world for the better.
Their development plan focused on a proposal for Merlino Properties' 5th and Bell site, also known as Bell V, a mixed-use hotel and multifamily building located in Belltown, a downtown Seattle neighborhood.
I hadn’t really given much thought to what it specifically meant to be a woman in business until I started the MBA program at PSU.
Last week the NW Lucky Labrador Beer Hall packed in more than 100 people for the B-Corp Pubtalk hosted by the Oregon Entrepreneurs Network. The enthusiastic panelist discussion echoed many of the lessons that come up regularly in our MBA coursework. Read >
I spent as much of the day as I could at the Gerding Theatre on Monday — eyes, ears and mind open. Long story short, I’m definitely going back next year. Read >
First year MBA student Ben Jacklet recaps his experience at the Business Briefing Breakfast: Innovative Management for Entrepreneurs. Read >
Vidya leverages data and technology to bring people together from across sectors to overcome meaningful, difficult, global challenges. I had the unique opportunity to chat with her about the upcoming event as well as concepts surrounding the so-called “industry.” Read >
Being a professional business woman in today’s political and social climate certainly has its navigational challenges. When I first considered acquiring my MBA, I was naturally concerned I’d be thrust into a homogeneous boy’s club. Read >