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The Oklahoma State University School for Entrepreneurship and the Riata Center for Entrepreneurship have named winners of the annual student competition to create business startups. The Riata Business Plan Competition at the Spears School of Business, which is open to any OSU student, promotes entrepreneurship and small business development by focusing on student created, managed and owned ventures.
A group of business analytics graduate students will represent Oklahoma State University at SAS Global Forum 2019 April 28-May 1 in Dallas. The annual conference draws more than 5,000 SAS enthusiasts from around the world, attracting an audience of international users, executives and academics.
In many jobs, employees are expected to act happy, or at least friendly, even when they just don’t feel like it. So, it’s not unusual that workers occasionally fake positive feelings, even when the results actually make them feel worse. But research by an Oklahoma State University professor has found that a person can actually feel better by doing the opposite, or faking negative emotions.
The Oklahoma State University School of Entrepreneurship is ranked fourth among nearly 500 programs from around the world for research productivity for the past five years. The ranking lists university entrepreneurship programs by their ability to successfully publish research in the discipline’s top journals.
Successful business executives will be sharing their stories with Oklahoma State University students during the Spears School of Business’ CEO Day from 3:30-5 p.m. April 2 at the Student Union Theater.
Oklahoma State University’s School of Accounting will honor five outstanding alumni and friends of the department during the 2019 Wilton T. Anderson Hall of Fame and Awards Banquet April 18 at the ConocoPhillips OSU Alumni Center.
Even though he hadn’t been in the classroom as a student for years, Tom Totten recalled being nervous in 2012 walking into a room of company executives like himself at Oklahoma State University where he was about to begin Ph.D. coursework. “This was not your typical university classroom full of students,” Totten said.
The Oklahoma State University School of Hospitality and Tourism Management (HTM) is set join the OSU Spears School of Business following the March 1 approval of the OSU/A&M Board of Regents. Previously a part of the College of Human Sciences, the school’s students, faculty and staff will be integrated into the business school where the program is expected to create more synergy for collaborative educational efforts between HTM and business degree programs. The move takes effect July 1.
Oklahoma State University is consistently recognized as having one of the nation’s best business schools, and that was confirmed again Tuesday in the prestigious 2020 Best Business Schools rankings. Among the nearly 500 U.S. schools with MBA programs, OSU moves up to No. 73.
OSU graduate student Jayci Robison is a force to be reckoned with in the classroom and on the basketball court, but it wasn’t long ago that she woke up surrounded by concerned teammates and coaches after passing out at her championship basketball game. This was the beginning of a journey she is still navigating today.
For the third year Oklahoma State University will host young entrepreneurs from across Africa for the Mandela Washington Fellowship Institute for Young African Leaders. Hosted by the Spears School of Business and the College of Agricultural Sciences & Natural Resources (CASNR), 25 Mandela Washington Fellows will spend six weeks this summer at OSU attending classes and leadership programs and interacting with Oklahoma entrepreneurs for practical know-how about how U.S. businesses work.
The Boeing Company has hired six Oklahoma State University business students as summer interns who will work in facilities in Oklahoma City and Washington state. The number of business interns hired and Boeing’s continued interest in recruiting OSU students to work for the company are signs of strong education programs at the Spears School of Business and a close relationship between the company and the Eastin Center for Career Readiness.
A large number of Oklahoma State University students filled a Spears School of Business auditorium March 1 to hear some of the most important advice of their young lives – how to find a job. In the first Finance and Accounting Career Day, several company executives, many OSU alumni, were on hand to talk jobs with students eager for guidance.
Oklahoma State University data science researcher Dr. Dursun Delen has been selected to mentor a biomedical scientist and physician in using artificial intelligence to model data to improve the efficiency of hospital emergency rooms. Delen, Regents Professor in Management Science and Information Systems in the Spears School of Business, was chosen from a nationwide field of data research experts to participate in the Data Science Rotation for Advancing Discovery Trip (RoAD-Trip), a National Institutes of Health (NIH) program.
A team of eight Oklahoma State University management science and information systems students recently teamed up to earn a trip to the Southwest Regional Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition.
Those who know Matt Bowler best would describe him as driven, and those who hardly know him at all would describe him as energetic and passionate. These are the characteristics Bowler is applying to his new role as the interim director of Oklahoma State University’s Master of Business Administration program.
New Master of Business Administration program manager Crystal Wilson has spent her life serving others, and now she is bringing that same passion for service to the Oklahoma State University MBA program.
Esports is growing in popularity with competitive gamers of all ages and has led to Oklahoma State University’s Spears School of Business hosting the Tribal Esports Conference and Gaming Festival March 8 at the ConocoPhillips OSU Alumni Center.
The Spears School of Business at Oklahoma State University and the Price College of Business at the University of Oklahoma are partnering to offer the 14th Annual Executive Development Program for State Officials.
How do you teach grade school students the economic concept of scarcity? You ask them to make something but don’t give them all the tools they need. That’s what Amy Lee did at the Meaningful Economics and Entrepreneur (MEE) competition sponsored by the Spears School of Business at Oklahoma State University.
Jocelyn Flores has her eyes set on earning a degree in management information systems, organizing the Miss Hispanic-Latina OSU 2019 Scholarship Pageant and helping high school girls become first-generation college students.
Is a business leader who cares about connecting with team members a liability who shows weakness or is he someone who’s investing in a productive work culture? For Daniel Coyle, the answer is simple. An organization’s culture is everything, and like investing in your business, leaders who make that investment will enjoy a return on culture.
Nearly 30 veterans from across the United States will travel to Oklahoma State University to participate in the 10th annual Veterans Entrepreneurship Program (VEP), an eight-month program that includes an intensive, eight-day entrepreneurial boot camp on the Stillwater campus Feb. 16-23.
The 28th Annual Women’s Business Leadership Conference will help participants learn more about moving toward their career goals, developing themselves and others and enhance leadership skills from expert women leaders. The day-long conference will be held March 6 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Tulsa.