A team of Southeast Missouri State University students earned second place and was the top ranking undergraduate team at the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) Southwest Central Regional Student Conference March 30-31 in Lakewood, Colo.
Dr. Peter Gordon, director of the Center for International Business Programs and professor of marketing at Southeast Missouri State University, will be honored with the Marketing Management Association’s (MMA) Innovative Marketing Award for 2012 at the MMA Annual Conference March 29 at the Drake Hotel in Chicago.
A group of Southeast Missouri State University business students won first place in the 2012 Network of International Business Schools (NIBS) Worldwide Case Competition held Feb. 26-March 2 in Rotterdam, Netherlands.
The Donald L. Harrison College of Business at Southeast Missouri State University recently launched a Master of Science degree program in Organizational Management (MSOM), which is geared toward managers and those seeking management positions who are currently in the workforce. The program is available face-to-face on campus and online as a Web-delivered program.
The level of teamwork and a participant’s contribution to a job are keys to job satisfaction and motivation, according to a study by a business faculty member and MBA student at Southeast Missouri State University.
Southeast Missouri State University will be represented by a team of students from the Harrison College of Business in the NIBS Worldwide Case Competition Feb. 26 through March 2 at Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
Mary Moore Johnson, professor of business law at Southeast Missouri State University, has been appointed to serve a four-year term on the Supreme Court of Missouri’s Committee on Civic Education as its higher education representative.
The Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CIE) at Southeast Missouri State University is planning implementation of a one-year grant from USDA Rural Development that will launch in 2011. The Center will receive $45,400 in 2011 for “Facilitating Rural Community Projects.”
Southeast Missouri State University entered into two academic program agreements with other Missouri public universities last week during a workshop in Columbia, Mo., in which academic leaders gathered to explore ways institutions can share courses and programs.