Before Greenwood, Oklahoma was known as Black Wall Street, the town was a symbol of hope and haven for freed slaves fleeing the violence and political repression sweeping the South after the abolition of slavery. But, in a long-suppressed chapter of our country’s history, the flourishing community filled with Black-owned businesses would also serve as an example of how racial violence was used to suppress Black success, only to be met by the inspiring power of Black resilience.
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Continuing its legacy of innovating to help students meet their professional goals, CSU’s College of Business launched Level Up Week at the beginning of 2022.
This Saturday is the first of eight free, weekly tax preparation sessions being hosted at CSU’s College of Business. The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) service is supported by College faculty and staff and is provided by Beta Alpha Psi students and community members who are IRS trained and certified volunteers.
Master of Finance student investment managers with the Veterans Fund raised nearly $96k for veteran classmates’ scholarships in the 2021-2022 academic year.
Vying for a $5,000 first place prize, the Deloitte Women in Business Case Competition put College of Business students’ skills to the test addressing real-world issues of gender equality embedded in a complex business scenario. The teams proposed innovative ideas and solutions to the challenge and presented to a panel of expert judges made up of CSU staff, faculty, and distinguished professionals.
Prepare to use enterprise models to connect purpose and profit. Our award-winning Impact MBA is a STEM-designated, 16-month on-campus program with a choice of two tracks: social entrepreneurship or corporate sustainability. You’ll learn ways to use business to tackle some of the biggest challenges of our time with results focused on the triple bottom line of economic, social and environmental performance.
With Amazon reportedly on the verge of opening its first large department store, the marketing department’s Jonathan Zhang helps break down what this could mean for the tech giant and retail industry at large.
Sooraj Reddy Lankala was drawn to enroll in CSU’s Master of Computer Information Systems program by curriculum that matched his interests – specifically courses in data analytics, object-oriented systems and business database systems – as well as the campus’s stunning scenery.
The marketing department’s Jonathan Zhang co-authored research examining how in-person purchases of “deep” products can lead to greater returns for retailers.
Completing “the most complex study” in her roughly four decades of publishing research, Lynn Shore and her co-authors discovered that employees who feel valued and cared for by their organizations in Eastern-collectivist cultures see greater improvements in attitudes and behaviors than those in Western-individualistic cultures.