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ISM program among top 10 in the nation

The Gartner's ranking serves to solidify the strength of WMU's integrated supply management program, which was one of only three to be ranked in all three evaluation categories.

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Student group recognized by world's largest HR association

WMU's chapter of the Society for Excellence in Human Resources has been awarded the Society for Human Resource Management's Superior Merit Award for being one of the nation's most active and highest achieving student chapters.

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Sales program again nationally recognized for excellence

One hundred percent of WMU sales and business marketing grads find full-time careers or are continuing their education within three months of graduation; 98 percent of them are in a job that relates to their degree.

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Gamifying Travel at Intuit

As a new analyst at business and financial software giant Intuit, Nathan Henckel, B.B.A.’17, teamed up with three other Intuit employees to pitch a way to reduce employee travel costs that would benefit both the company and the employee. The team created a gamification process where employees earn rewards with the “Price to Beat” plan. 

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Alumni Unscripted

Alumni Unscripted is a blog brought to you by the Haworth College of Business Young Alumni Advisory Board. It's a place for recent alumni of the college to provide their unscripted perspectives about their experiences.

In the most recent post, McKenzie Decker, B.B.A.'16, shares her perspective on moving away from home.