Haworth College of Business students are brainstorming with Indian business and nonprofit leaders; experiencing Indian dance, music and art; learning to cook with Indian spices; and even riding along with a live motorcycle tour through the streets of Bangalore. Broncos are still getting a valuable study abroad experience virtually during the pandemic as international borders remain closed.
The Haworth College of Business is proud to present its 2021 edition of The 30, a publication that recognizes emerging business leaders who are providing thought leadership and innovative perspectives in the business world.
In the business world, it has never been more important to be versatile and agile. For senior Mike Powell, these are the very qualities that propelled him to major in human resource management at WMU.
The leadership and business strategy program recently awarded scholarships totaling $30,000 to students who lead based on values.
Self-discovery has been a big part of Rose Soma's WMU journey. “Pursuing a minor in entrepreneurship was one of the best choices I made coming to Western. But more important than the classes we register for is the content each class provides and what each student chooses to do in the class," she says. "If I can give any advice to another student, it would be this: if you love your work, don’t let anything get in the way of it.”
Read how Soma is using her WMU education to run an authentic brand, Rose Soma LCC, which offers designs available through Etsy, online and in retail stores, including Target.com.
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.