There’s a couple of things Howard students love: happy hours, read receipts and of course, free food.
If you want your weekly Howard event dish, come out to ChevroLIT today at 3:40 on the School of B patio. 94 more words
This Blog has been home to well over 400 Rotary related posts over the past few years. While it has enjoyed a rich and an extremely large global readership as a Rotary Portal of sorts, it’s time to reboot it with an entirely new focus: Small Business Entrepreneurship with an emphasis on technology challenges and opportunities. 223 more words
The National Universities Commission has given a green light for the establishment of the University of Ibadan School of Business (UISB).
According to the University’s website, the commission approved the school after making a resource evaluation which was done by some experts. 101 more words
Drawing on expertise in sales management and operations, Craig Raucher has spent his career growing transportation companies like Total Freight Solutions and SkyNet Worldwide Express. Before entering the transportation industry, Craig Raucher earned a degree in business administration from Brooklyn College. 168 more words
Authorities of the University of Ibadan (UI) on Saturday said the National Universities Commission (NUC) has approved the establishment of its School of Business. This is contained in a statement by Mr Olatunji Oladejo, the University’s Director of Public Communications and made available to newsmen in Lagos. 158 more words
Meet Evan, a rising senior Business Administration major!
This summer, Evan is interning at DoSomething.org as their Finance and Human Resources Intern. “DoSomething is a non-profit with the goal of motivating young people to take action around social changes through national campaigns and grants for projects that make an impact. 177 more words