Post Tagged with: "College of Business & Public Administration"

The UND Accounting Department, housed in the Gamble Hall (above), the headquartrers of the UND College of Business & Public Administration, recently received an anonymous 1-million gift to to fund graduate student stipends and set up an endowed chair for the department.

UND Accounting has secret admirer

September 13, 2018

Alumni Association announces $1M anonymous gift for student stipends, endowed chair in name of former longtime professors

Amy Whitney (left) and Amy Henley (right) recently got together to talk about their new roles as well as the potential for future collaboration between the Center for Innovation and College of Business & Public Administration. Photo by Connor Murphy/UND Today.

Spark for collaboration

August 14, 2018

New Center for Innovation director and College of Business & Public Administration dean arrive at UND

Go, car, go!

Go, car, go!

May 29, 2018

UND marketing students put their negotiating skills in the business sector and on the track with hand-built derby race cars

North Dakota Lt. Gov. Brent Sanford delivers the annual Frank Wenstrom Lecture recently. He used the occasion as an opportunity to tell his story of public service, one that’s interwoven in business, governance and family legacy. Photo by Connor Murphy/UND Today.

Brent Sanford details journey to serve

May 15, 2018

State’s 38th lieutenant governor and UND alum delivers annual Wenstrom Lecture after whirlwind day

Amy B. Henley, currently executive director of MBA Programs at Kennesaw State University in Georgia, has been named the new dean of the UND College of Business & Public Administration (CoBPA), and Amy Whitney, who now serves as director of innovation and entrepreneurship at Massachusetts’s Clark University, will join the University as the next director of the Center for Innovation, according to DiLorenzo.

UND chooses leaders for College of Business & Public Administration and Center for Innovation

May 3, 2018

Amy B. Henley picked for business dean and Amy Whitney accepts top job at entrepreneurship hub

Susan Marvin, Chair of Marvin Doors and Windows, has been a part of her family company's third-generation management team for more than 35 years. The company has now entered its fourth generation –  one of the few in the country to do so. Marvin delivered a powerful Hultberg Lectureship Series keynote address April 16 in the Gorecki Alumni Center. Photo by Jackie Lorentz/UND Today.

Marvin touts business for purpose, not profit

April 19, 2018

Chair of Marvin Windows and Doors encourages community, family values in industry at 31st Hultberg salute to women leaders

‘Homerun’ topic at Eye of the Hawk

‘Homerun’ topic at Eye of the Hawk

April 17, 2018

Global business expert Scott Kennedy strikes a chord with at least one UND student at important campus lecture

After attending the official 2017 gathering, or “meetup,” of new University Innovation Fellows, UND accounting student Atle Johansen was one of only 24 students asked to return to Silicon Valley in California and help lead the this year's event, hosted annually by Stanford University. Photo by Connor Murphy/UND Today.

Opportunity knocks, again

April 10, 2018

UND student Atle Alexander Johansen makes second appearance at prestigious Stanford fellowship meetup in Silicon Valley

Scott Kennedy, A Town Hall Conversation on the Chinese Economy. Eye of the Hawk Lecture Series.      ( Jackie Lorentz photo/ UND Today)

Hawk’s-eye view on Chinese economy

April 5, 2018

Global economist Scott Kennedy discusses China’s role in innovation, North Dakota trade and higher education

The finalists to the next dean of the College of Business & Public Administration are (left to right ) Darrell Radson, Amy Henley and Dave Harris. Their campus visits will take place April 4-9.

Business & Public Administration dean finalists’ visits set

March 29, 2018

Open forums will take place on campus for each of the three finalists for dean of College

During her visit to UND on Monday, Amy Whitney, the lone finalist to be the next direct of of the UND Center for Innovation, recognized the important role of mentoring programs, internships and experiential learning opportunities in creating a forward-looking educational environment. Photo by Tyler Ingham/UND Today.

Center for Innovation finalist outlines vision

March 20, 2018

Entrepreneurship programs head at Clark University (Worcester, Mass.) touts student training and community partnerships

Amy Whitney, associate director of the Innovation & Entrepreneurship Program at Clark University in Worcester, Mass., was one of six candidates interviewed for direct of the UND Center for Innovation, and is the only candidate to be invited for on-campus interviews. Image courtesy of Amy Whitney/Tyler Ingham.

Center for Innovation finalist to visit March 19

March 15, 2018

Amy Whitney currently is director of innovation & entrepreneurship at Clark University in Massachusetts

Business of sport

Business of sport

March 15, 2018

UND’s Sports Business Association visits US Bank Stadium, Target Field and Target Center to see how the pros do it

Callegari, a junior, transferred to UND after playing out a scholarship at his first American university, North Carolina Central. He says, . “I heard about the reputation of UND around the country and from some of my mates that play tennis. I was really impressed and I’m proud to be here.” Photo by Connor Murphy/UND Today.

Student-athlete of the Month: Davide Callegari

February 22, 2018

Italian tennis transfer holds serve on the court and in the classroom at UND

Kyle Thorson, a UND Business College alum and owner of the on-campus Archives Coffee House, is teaming up with UND and the Alumni Association & Foundation to help sponsor Spirit Week – five days of events (Feb. 19-23) showing students the impact of donor support and how they can find ways to say ‘thanks.’  Photo by Shawna Schill/UND Today.

Grounds for giving

February 13, 2018

UND business alum shares sense of philanthropy – and coffee – to support UND Spirit Week