June 2016


Haworth College of Business News

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Make-a-Wish Michigan representative

wishful thinking

Follow along as teams of MBA and undergraduate business students develop and execute fundraising events to support Make-a-Wish Michigan®, all while learning about community-based service learning and leadership.

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disruptive award

Developing a virtual supply chain team enabled by patented software led to a most disruptive technology award for Industry Star, whose founder and CEO, William Crane, B.B.A.'06, says he is excited to "partner with some of the most innovative companies."

Read about the award

Google's re:work

Dr. Doug Lepisto, assistant professor of management, was one of three junior faculty selected by Google to present research at the re:Work Conference. Lepisto's presentation and research focus on creating a higher sense of purpose in organizations.

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Just business

In a post from Just Business, Dean Kay Palan discusses her upcoming transition to dean of the Culverhouse College of Commerce at the University of Alabama and shares suggestions for those experiencing change at their own workplaces. 

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Jay Wolcott, B.B.A.'99, learned the power of paving a path for himself and others while studying integrated supply management at WMU. 

Meet Wolcott

Graduate student and entrepreneur Joshua Teo has won the second Brian Patrick Thomas Entrepreneurial Spirit Award, worth $10,000.

read about the award

Integrated supply management student Kory Johnson knew he would be an entrepreneur. Starting Gate helped him get there.

Read about Johnson
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