September 2019 Newsletter

September 2019 NEWSLETTER

Pictured are the alumni awards.College honors alumni and friends

Haworth College of Business alumni and friends will be recognized for their outstanding professional and service accomplishments during Homecoming and Family Weekend. The honorees reflect the college's values and serve as an inspiration and example to our students.
Read about this year's award recipients.

Pictured is the 2018 Pancake BreakfastRise and shine to pancakes during Homecoming

The college once again welcomes alumni and friends back to campus for the complimentary, all-you-can-eat Homecoming Pancake Breakfast. Please join us three hours prior to kickoff on Saturday , Oct. 12, outside Walwood  Hall.
RSVP for the pancake breakfast.

Pictured is Alyssa Larner.Business student earns competitive $10,000 scholarship

Accountancy student Alyssa Larner received a competitive $10,000 scholarship from the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board. The merit-based scholarship is intended to encourage accounting students to pursue careers in audit.
Read about the scholarship.

Pictured is the student group and Sime CukovicBusiness students partner with local nonprofit

Integrated supply management students offered solutions to real organizations, including Prevention Works—a Kalamazoo nonprofit dedicated to substance abuse prevention—during their Applied Six Sigma Problem Solving course.
Read about the collaboration.

Pictured is The 30 logo.Call for nominations—The 30

The 30 is a publication from the Haworth College of Business that recognizes emerging business leaders—both students and alumni—who are providing thought leadership and innovative perspectives in the business world.
Nominate yourself or an individual for The 30.

Pictured is the 2019 ICHITA program.Registration open for information technology forum

The 2019 International Conference on Health Information Technology Advancement, hosted by the Department of Business Information Systems, will focus on "Transitioning to Smart Care: Challenges, Strategies and Solutions."

Learn more about the 2019 conference.

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