January 2020 Newsletter

January 2020 NEWSLETTER

Pictured are LBS students.Center for Principled Leadership and Business Strategy established with $6.5 million gift

Led by two business faculty members who specialize in management, the innovative new center is founded on the premise that purpose and profit can be powerfully linked through actions and strategies of leaders.
Read about the center.

Pictured is Satish Deshpande.Q&A with the dean

Dr. Satish Deshpande, dean of the Haworth College of Business, answers questions about the college's accomplishments in 2019, as well as what Business Broncos have to look forward to in the New Year.
Read the Q&A.

Pictured are students in South Africa.Life-changing business experiences abroad

Two Haworth College of Business students, Catherine Lemus and Nijeria Peterson, were selected for highly competitive Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarships—worth $2,000 each— to study overseas during the fall 2019 semester.
Read about the Gilman Scholars.

Pictured is the TechNext program on the set of Netflix's Stranger Things.TechNext students take over the West Coast

Broadening students' cultural horizons is a goal of the Department of Management's TechNext program, which hosted trips to San Diego and San Francisco in fall 2019.
Read about the trips.

Pictured is a student with Dr. Bret Wager.Students showcase business acumen through simulation

Dr. Bret Wagner, associate professor marketing, spent the last six years developing a virtual business simulation—ScrimmageSIM—to give students more opportunities for hands-on learning.
Read about the program.

Pictured is the 30 Under 30 logo.30 Under 30 takes top prize in CASE V competition

The Haworth College of Business claimed the top prize for its 30 Under 30 program from the Council for Advancement in Support of Education District V competition in December. The publication received a gold award for Best New Alumni Program.
Read about the award.

Pictured is the Lean Six Sigma logo.Lean Six Sigma certification offered

The Center for Integrated Supply Management offers a full range of Lean Six Sigma training that uses an applied business focus. Training sessions will be offered in March, June and August of 2020.
Learn more about the certification.

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