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OSU alum leads NYC hotel through COVID-19

OSU alum leads NYC hotel through COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has placed hundreds of thousands of American health care workers on the frontlines of the crisis, and joining them are scores of lesser-recognized people supporting those nurses, doctors and others. One of those is an Oklahoma State University graduate who found himself working and living in the middle of what became the nation’s worst coronavirus hotspot of New York City.

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OSU, OU to offer online Executive Development Program for State Officials
Mon, May 18, 2020

The OSU Spears School of Business 15th annual Executive Development Program for State Officials has been moved online for the month of September. This program, hosted in collaboration with the University of Oklahoma, is designed for leaders in state government to equip them with the tools needed to more effectively lead their departments and agencies for increased effectiveness.

OESC warns unemployment scams are on the rise
Thu, May 07, 2020

Unemployment scams are on the rise.

Four OSU teams place among the top eight in SAS Global Forum Symposium competition
Thu, Apr 30, 2020

Four teams of Oklahoma State University business analytics students placed in the top eight at the SAS Global Forum Symposium, which recently came to a close after nine months of competition.

OSU entrepreneurs present winning business plans
Wed, Apr 29, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic couldn’t prevent Oklahoma State University student entrepreneurs from competing in and winning awards in a virtual 2020 Love’s Entrepreneur’s Cup and finishing in the top four of an international college business plan competition through the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, which also featured teams competing remotely.

Making the Most of the Circumstances
Fri, Apr 24, 2020

Chandler Goodman considers himself an opportunist, so when the Oklahoma State University senior found himself sitting at his parent’s home after the family’s Oklahoma City business had been classified non-essential and closed on March 26, he sprang into action.

CARES Act has provisions for retirement account withdrawal penalties
Wed, Apr 22, 2020

The CARES Act loosens restrictions for early withdrawal on retirement accounts amid COVID-19 pandemic.