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WMU business professors see signs of economic recovery amid pandemic

COVID-19 upended life as we know it and sent the global economy into a tailspin. Unprecedented business shutdowns halted production in many areas, led to layoffs in others and left supply chains in a lurch. Now five months in, there are signs of hope the U.S. economy is on its way to recovery.

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Getting career-ready during a pandemic

During the COVID-19 pandemic, students are looking to WMU career development specialists to guide them though an uncertain time in terms of internship and job searches, and are seeking out opportunities to build their portfolio of skills.

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Return on investment

Ebenezer Musookho is closing in on his goal of becoming a Certified Financial Analyst—learning about the calculated world of finance from every angle through his courses at WMU and his internship at Greenleaf Trust. 

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Dr. Onur Arugaslan: Faculty Service Award Recipient

Dr. Onur Arugaslan works tirelessly to provide the best curriculum and experiential learning opportunities possible for business students. For these reasons and more, he was recognized this year with the college’s Faculty Service Award.

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2020 Business Magazine

During a year where adaptability and innovation have been more important than ever, the Haworth College of Business is proud to share how our students, alumni and faculty address business issues in creative and meaningful ways. The 2020 edition of Business magazine is now exclusively online.