Isenberg senior Ali Saif has won the 2021 Gerald F Scanlon Best Student Employee of the Year Award. Ali has worked for the DEFA Film Library since 2019 as their Business Manager.The intent of the award is to recognize and honor students who have demonstrated outstanding performance by contributing their time and/or skill to help the university achieve its goals and objectives.
In the year of COVID-19, UMass Amherst’s NCAA men’s ice hockey championship has been a shot in the arm for the entire campus, and it has had particular impact for Isenberg—15 of the team’s 21 players are Isenberg student-athletes.
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The Class of 2024 college cohort was invited to return to campus for the spring semester, and many are attending the seminar Big Ideas in Business in person in the Learning Commons of Isenberg's Business Innovation Hub.
The Women of Isenberg event, which took place online because of the pandemic this year, was organized and executed by students as an opportunity to network among professional women and gain career insights.
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Isenberg’s Anna Nagurney has been getting calls from media outlets since it became clear that the coronavirus pandemic was leading to unusual supply chain shortages. Now that vaccines are being distributed, her knowledge of transportation logistics is making her a sought-after expert for national media outlets from NPR to the Wall Street Journal.
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The Mark H. McCormack Department of Sport Management has announced a first-of-its-kind new course, Women in Business, which is launching during the spring 2021 semester for 25 students who aspire to pursue a career in the sports industry.
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“With inclusiveness, it’s critical to accept the contribution that you bring and to understand what the other folks bring to the table,” said EY's Michelle Jenkins during her keynote for Isenberg's Inclusive Leadership Virtual Series.
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Hosted by the Berthiaume Center for Entrepreneurship, the four-part Innovation Challenge began with The Minute Pitch on Monday, Oct. 13. Determined by a panel of industry expert judges, $2,500 in prize money was awarded to the first-, second- and third-place teams and the audience choice selection.
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Hosted by the Berthiaume Center for Entrepreneurship, the four-part 2019-20 Innovation Challenge concluded with The Final on Wednesday, September 23. In front of a panel of four judges, four student-led startups gave five-minute pitches describing their ventures and participated in a five-minute Q&A session.