For the second year running, Isenberg’s Online MBA has achieved elite status among the nation’s online MBA programs. According to U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Online MBA Programs,” the Isenberg Online MBA once again ranked 12th in a field of 221 programs.
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Professor Charles Schewe’s course, Tools for Professional Success, gives students the opportunity to explore real business challenges for different clients and propose solutions during a final presentation. Peter Warren '17, Liz Imbrogna '17 and Rachel Kirshtein '17 were assigned to Peter Pan Bus Lines. Their research targeted the Northeast's college student population along with opportunities for Peter Pan's charter services and general ridership.
Internships are critical, emphasized keynoter Kate Hogan ’05 at the third annual McCormack Future Leaders Conference on February 11. The UMass graduate was one of eight industry professionals who mentored fifty students during the daylong McCormack event.
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Isenberg economist and Professor of Operations and Information Management Robert Nakosteen discussed the implications of Britain’s Brexit vote on a morning-after interview with WBUR in Boston. Professor Nakosteen addressed the Brexit’s likely impact on financial markets, including pension funds. He also reflected on its influence on Massachusetts’ trade relations with Europe and the costs and benefits of a stronger dollar.
Professor Steve McKelvey is this year’s Betty van der Smissen Leadership Award honoree. Bestowed by the Sport & Law Recreation Association (SLRA), the award is widely viewed as the single highest honor focusing on the academic intersection of law and sport.
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The Chase Career Center's "Interview Ninja" workshop is one of seven in its Career Navigator Seminar Series that serves to prepare students for job searching and interviews. Upcoming seminars will cover co-ops, advanced use of LinkedIn, professional branding, and more.
Demand for blood is down overall which leaves blood suppliers in crisis. Operations professor Anna Nagurney says that tactics such as mergers and resource sharing between suppliers can improve efficiency and reduce waste in this delicate supply chain.
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