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Many have referred to 2020 - 2021 as the "lost year", but at Idaho State University we worked tirelessly to ensure the year was not lost for our students.
This year's College of Business Outstanding Student is management and HCA major, Nicole Milford.
The PBS documentary featuring College of Business students who wrote the book on Idaho in World War II has been nominated for an Emmy award.
Kelsey Breer had no idea she would be making history in her graduate program when she submitted her extended research abstract to the flagship journal of the premier academic management organization in the world.
This was the first year two graduate teams competed in the ICBSC. This year, the teams took home five trophies, a record for Idaho State University.
For the world, 2020 was a novel and peculiar experience. Despite the challenges, we all made our best efforts to stay positive and keep moving forward. For the College of Business, this year was full of opportunities to keep looking toward the future.
For hundreds of students throughout the College of Business's history, the passion and commitment of a good professor may have been just the push they needed.
Although Ruth Ann Bennett was not an alumna of Idaho State University, she left a part of her legacy to the College of Business several other non-profits with which she was connected.
With graduations running a little differently this year, the 2020 and 2021 Professional Achievement Award recipients had a less traditional celebration with the University. Here are the stories of our 2020 and 2021 Professional Achievement Award winners.
As part of the College's new Professional Sales Program, the College has implemented a Sales Advisory Board comprised of six prominent executives with vast experience.
After 21 years, College of Business management professor, Dr. Dennis Krumwiede has retired. But, to honor his time with us, the College has presented him with two special recognitions.
Career moves and recognition for some College of Business alumni.
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