February 2015

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In December, business students traveled to India to learn and experience the intersection of business, social responsibility and sustainability in an international setting. Led by Dr. Tim Palmer, these students learned how business is conducted in India’s unique cultural, political and economic environment.

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maximizing potential

Ryan Trierweiler, B.B.A’04, says a career is not a race and that you sometimes need to slow down to maximize future potential. Now vice president at the international firm Bloomin' Brands, Trierweiler is crafting his career in human resources.

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LEading American Axle in asia

Donald L. Joseph, B.B.A.’77, M.A.’93, who launched his career at General Motors before joining American Axle in 1994, will now lead operations in Asia as the President - American Axle & Manufacturing, Inc. Asia, located in Shanghai.

Meet Joseph

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Ever wonder how students at a #1 sales program hone their skills? Check out this video of two WMU students as they practice speed selling.
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The spring speaker events are in full swing. Check the schedule of upcoming breakfast series presentations and our Distinguished Speaker Series.
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The February edition of The Shelby Report spotlighted WMU's food marketing program and its celebration of 50 years of the WMU Food Marketing Conference.
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