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By Kent State - College of Business Administration
Nicole Kotlan, academic program director of Kent State University's College of Business Administration, was recently announced as the 2014 recipient of the Delta Zeta Lamplighter Award from the Kent Alumnae Chapter.

By Kent State - College of Business Administration
Kent State University’s chapter of Beta Alpha Psi won first place and a cash prize of $500 at the 2014 Regional Best Practices Competition in Indianapolis the weekend of March 28.

By Kent State University - College of Business
Kent State University's Collegiate Business Association is set to host the first ever Minority Professional Development Conference

By Kent State College of Business Administration
Justin Barnette, Ph.D., assistant professor at Kent State University’s College of Business Administration, was referenced for his research in the White House report, “Addressing the Negative Cycle of Long-term Unemployment.” The report was...

By Kent State University
Kent State’s College of Business Administration will be holding a graduate program information night on Feb. 27 at 6 p.m in the Kent State University Student Center in room 306.

By Kent State University College of Business
Runner's World magazine ranked the BMO Harris Bank Madison Mini-Marathon the fifth best half marathon in the nation.

By Kent State University - College of Business
Nationally recognized speaker and professor Amy Cuddy, Ph.D., will kick off the Kent State University College of Business Administration’s annual Spirit of Women in Business Conference on Wednesday, March 5, at the Kent Student Center.

By Kent State University - College of Business
Kent State University’s College of Business Administration faculty member, Craig Zamary, served as the MVP speaker to kick-off  “Startup Weekend in Cyprus”, which took place in Nicosia, Cyprus in December.  The U.S.

By Kent State University College of Business
Professionals and students gathered at Kent State University throughout the semester to learn about the current and future workforce as part of the College of Business Administration’s HR Forum Series. The final forum, which took place on Nov.

By Kent State's College of Business Administration
The Ohio MBA Network will be holding a graduate business fair on the Case Western Reserve University campus Nov. 16.

By Kent State College of Business Admoinistration
Nov. 6, 2013 – KENT, Ohio--Tim Augustine, an acclaimed business author, will give Kent State University students insightful tips about career development and people strategies when he presents “What’s On Your Bucket List?” on Nov. 14 at 7 p.m.

By Kent State College of Business
The College of Business Administration announces prominent global innovation and entrepreneurship researcher, Joakim Wincent, Ph.D., as visiting scholar and endowed chair.

By Nightwriter93
Author to provide free eBook copies between May 2nd and May 6th

By nightwriter93
The authors of the newly released Life's What Happens are promoting the book with a free copy on Amazon. This is Kathy Clark's 25th book. A trailer is on YouTube.

By nightwriter93
There has never been a main stream novel about the effects of the Vietnam draft lottery, a multi-million man life changing event, set against the backdrop of Kent State University. A story about the men at a Kent State fraternity and what happened.

By Katie Brosious
AllofE Solutions announces its sixth university SMASHUP partner.

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By Kent State - College of Business Administration
Nicole Kotlan, academic program director of Kent State University's College of Business Administration, was recently announced as the 2014 recipient of the Delta Zeta Lamplighter Award from the Kent Alumnae Chapter.

By Kent State - College of Business Administration
Kent State University Alumnus James S. Besselman was the featured speaker at the Michael D. Solomon Speaker Series on April 9 at the Kent State University Hotel & Conference Center.

By Kent State - College of Business Administration
Kent State University’s chapter of Beta Alpha Psi won first place and a cash prize of $500 at the 2014 Regional Best Practices Competition in Indianapolis the weekend of March 28.

By Kent State University
The Kent Student Center Ballroom was filled on March 5 for the Spirit of Women in Business Conference, hosted by the College of Business Administration.

By Kent State University - College of Business
Kent State University's Collegiate Business Association is set to host the first ever Minority Professional Development Conference

By Kent State College of Business Administration
Justin Barnette, Ph.D., assistant professor at Kent State University’s College of Business Administration, was referenced for his research in the White House report, “Addressing the Negative Cycle of Long-term Unemployment.” The report was...

By Kent State University
Kent State’s College of Business Administration will be holding a graduate program information night on Feb. 27 at 6 p.m in the Kent State University Student Center in room 306.

By Kent State University College of Business
Runner's World magazine ranked the BMO Harris Bank Madison Mini-Marathon the fifth best half marathon in the nation.

By Kent State University - College of Business
Nationally recognized speaker and professor Amy Cuddy, Ph.D., will kick off the Kent State University College of Business Administration’s annual Spirit of Women in Business Conference on Wednesday, March 5, at the Kent Student Center.

By Kent State University - College of Business
Kent State University’s College of Business Administration faculty member, Craig Zamary, served as the MVP speaker to kick-off  “Startup Weekend in Cyprus”, which took place in Nicosia, Cyprus in December.  The U.S.

By Kent State University College of Business
Professionals and students gathered at Kent State University throughout the semester to learn about the current and future workforce as part of the College of Business Administration’s HR Forum Series. The final forum, which took place on Nov.

By Kent State's College of Business Administration
The Ohio MBA Network will be holding a graduate business fair on the Case Western Reserve University campus Nov. 16.

By Kent State College of Business Admoinistration
Nov. 6, 2013 – KENT, Ohio--Tim Augustine, an acclaimed business author, will give Kent State University students insightful tips about career development and people strategies when he presents “What’s On Your Bucket List?” on Nov. 14 at 7 p.m.

By Kent State College of Business
The College of Business Administration announces prominent global innovation and entrepreneurship researcher, Joakim Wincent, Ph.D., as visiting scholar and endowed chair.

By Kent State College of Business Administration
Kent State University’s College of Business Administration receives 80 percent retention in 15-day enrollment report.

By Kent State College of Business
Kent State College of Business Administration Professor finds ODDyssey Half Marathon a success for local Philadelphia economy

By College of Business Kent State University
Kent State University’s College of Business Administration will be holding an information night on graduate programs Nov. 6 at 6 p.m.

By College of Business Kent State University
Pi Sigma Epsilon invites local, national and global companies to campus for networking and resume-building experience

By Nightwriter93
Author to provide free eBook copies between May 2nd and May 6th

By nightwriter93
The authors of the newly released Life's What Happens are promoting the book with a free copy on Amazon. This is Kathy Clark's 25th book. A trailer is on YouTube.

By nightwriter93
There has never been a main stream novel about the effects of the Vietnam draft lottery, a multi-million man life changing event, set against the backdrop of Kent State University. A story about the men at a Kent State fraternity and what happened.

By Katie Brosious
AllofE Solutions announces its sixth university SMASHUP partner.

By H/L Communications
On April 28, after the screening of the Tracy-Hepburn sports comedy "Pat and Mike," dress historian Patricia Campbell Warner will join KSU Museum Director Jean Druesedow to discuss Hepburn’s influence on women, fashion, sports and popular culture.

By H/L Communications
Kent State University’s Women Studies Program is offering an encore of “Katharine Hepburn/A Rarity” during KSU's Summer II Session from June 6 - July 9 on Tuesday & Thursday, 6-9 p.m. on the Kent campus, and it is expected to fill up quickly.

By H/L Communications
Kent State University's fashion museum’s original exhibit on Katharine Hepburn running thru Sept 4, 2011 is being complemented by a special course at KSU on the star and her films as well as 2 Tracy-Hepburn classic comedies on TH, 3-31 & TH, 4-28.

By Michelle Parrish, Kent State University
The APFRS, one of the most respected derivatives research conferences in the world, attracted more than 175 industry leaders, scholars and regulators at the 21st annual symposium in Singapore.

By Michelle Parrish, Kent State University
A three member "financial industry panel" comprised of exchange officials and an industry expert, addressed questions concerning the future of exchange traded derivatives at the 21st Asia-Pacific Futures Research Symposium held in Singapore.

By Michelle Parrish, Kent State University
Asia: Boom or Bubble will bring Asia's most important investors together with the world’s top financial minds for a day of discussions on assessing the markets, exchanging expertise and gaining insight into the real story behind the headlines.

By H/L Communications
The KSU Museum's original exhibition of the screen legend’s personal collection of performance clothes opens Sat, Oct 2, 2010. Spanning K Hepburn's 60+year career, it features costumes from stage, screen and television, and runs to Sept 4, 2011.

By Michelle Parrish, Center for Financial Engineering
Dr. Mark Holder, director of Kent State’s Master of Science in Financial Engineering Program, and Kerry Yang, CEO of Hangzhou Xingli Investment, sign an internship agreement at the Second China Futures Assets Management Forum in Hangzhou, China.

By H/L Communications
Kent State Fashion Museum’s much anticipated exhibition on Katharine Hepburn (Oct 2, 2010 - Sept 4, 2011) will be complemented by special courses designed by KSU's Women’s Studies on the film legend's career, iconic status, life, and influence.

By H/L Communications
The KSU Museum, Akron Civic Theatre and Akron, OH Italian-American Festival partner on July 10 for big screen afternoon showing of classic SUMMERTIME (1955, dir David Lean) set in Venice to attract fashion & movie fans, and “All things Italian!”

By Michelle Parrish, Center for Financial Engineering
A “financial industry panel” comprised of a leading academic researcher, a seasoned practitioner & an industry insider addressed questions concerning proposed derivatives markets regulations from Asia-Pacific Futures Research Symposium attendees.

By Melissa Leitzell, Director of Marketing
ATLANTA – Retired Penn State University Vice President Emeritus for Student Affairs, William W. Asbury, was recently elected chair of Golden Key International Honour Society’s Board of Directors, the Society announced on Monday

By Michelle Parrish, Kent State University
Dr. Mark Holder is working on the impact of monetary policy change on carry trade and liquidity markets as a 2009 HKIMR Visiting Research Fellow.

By Michelle Parrish - Kent State University, Kent, OH
The Institute for Financial Markets (IFM) announced the appointment of Mark Holder as secretary and treasurer of the foundation.



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