The economic impact of purchases driven by COVID-19-driven buying patterns has repercussions on the supply chain far greater than the scarcity of toilet paper – and it’s looking positive for transport companies.
We are in this together. Our hearts and thoughts are with you and your loved ones as we pull together to navigate these uncertain times.
Although the College of Business's commitment to first-generation students comes into the spotlight each year at the Building Bridges Dinner, students benefit from a year-round support network that provides networking and events to promote academic success.
What does it mean to be an entrepreneur and an innovator, and how do you become one? To find out, we spoke to four Entrepreneurship & Innovation Minor students.
For 13-year-old Sarah, what started as a project to complete her Girl Scout Gold Award transformed into something larger: she founded the nonprofit Score A Friend. Her organization has now been operating for nearly eight years working to create opportunities of inclusion and friendship for people of all abilities.
When the term “human trafficking” is mentioned, minds may conjure a scene from the movie “Taken,” in which actor Liam Neeson’s daughter is kidnapped and held as a sex slave in a faraway country. While a very small percentage of cases may have similarities, Hollywood didn’t get it right.
The Libraries have created new services and strengthened existing ones to support research, teaching and learning in a fully online environment.
The university will be open – virtually. We will do our work by phone, email, Microsoft Teams or other online platforms unless the work must be performed in person.
This list of events and meetings canceled as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic will be updated frequently as new information is received.
Answers to commonly asked employment-related questions will be updated frequently on the new coronavirus page of the HR website.