Full-time MBA Graduates Inspire New Referral Opportunity
November 7, 2013
In 2010, Dayna Morton '10 MBA, a full-time MBA student nearing graduation, urged her friend, Colleen Cauley '12 MBA, to join the program. Both proved exceptional students at Isenberg, and the inspiration for a new arrangement that waives the Full-time MBA application fee for candidates recommended by Full-time MBA graduates.
We will waive your referred candidate's $75 application fee.
Monster.com Founder Energizes Isenberg Entrepreneurs
November 6, 2013
"A part of my life-long learning has been to be disruptive," confessed Monster.com founder and serial entrepreneur Jeff Taylor '01 at a gathering of entrepreneurs at the UMass Club in Boston. The event was sponsored by Isenberg's Center for Entrepreneurship and its Mentors and Ventures Program.
Isenberg Hospitality Students Excel at Industry Scholarship Banquet
November 5, 2013
On October 21, eight Isenberg Hospitality students received the lion's share of scholarships at an annual awards dinner at the Oak Hill Country Club in Fitchburg hosted by the New England Club Managers Association (NECMA).
In an hour-long lecture on October 29 to the Isenberg and campus community, Mark H. McCormack Executive in Residence Bob Kain lavished praise on two personal heroes, Mark H. McCormack and Billie Jean King. Kain also traced the evolution of his former firm, IMG, and the sport management industry.
Isenberg Accounting Students Excel in Case Competition
October 24, 2013
Isenberg student accounting teams excelled in the first round of PricewaterhouseCoopers' 2013 Accounting Case Competition. The first-place Isenberg team, Challenge Inc., is eligible for potential consideration as a finalist in the competition.
Isenberg in the News--October 22, 2013
October 22, 2013
Recent Isenberg News in the Print and Electronic Media
In her campus-wide lecture, University of Toronto Rotman School Associate Dean of Business Research Anita McGahan emphasized that business education offered a kit of analytical tools that were transferable to societal problems and the creation of social value. But, she said, they shouldn't be deployed in "clip-on" charitable and sustainability issues. Instead, "they have to get to the core of what we do."
Marketing Students Help Propel Rising Artist's Career
October 17, 2013
Students in Isenberg's Fundamentals of Marketing course help propel rising artist's career.
Isenberg in the News--October 3-11
October 15, 2013
Recent news about Isenberg that has appeared in the print and electronic media
Isenberg-based INFORMS Student Chapter Wins National Award
October 11, 2013
The Isenberg-based UMass Amherst chapter of INFORMS (Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences) was honored with a Student Chapter Annual Award at the professional society's annual meetings on October 6-9 in Minneapolis.