On a roll…

CoBE students and student organizations have been rolling in the awards.  DECA recently came back from the state competition having won State Chapter of the Year.  Brian Turner was elected president and Brandon McFadden will be parliamentarian.

The American Marketing Association (AMA) just returned from their conference winning International Chapter of the year and earning 2nd place in the case competition.  Austin Durham took second place in the AMA Student of the Year competition and Sam Hoerschner earned 3rd place in the EBSCO Scholarship competition.

CoBE was also well represented with students participating on the National Champion Women’s Wheelchair Basketball team, the National Runner-up Women’s Basketball team, and the National Champion Women’s Gymnastics team.

In other news…

We’ve just recently launched the Institute for Water Business and will be mentioned in the April 15 Forbes magazine noting our minor in Water Business.

Opportunities you can’t afford to miss…

As we continue to look for ways to increase the “internationalization” of our college, we are pleased to increase the scholarship funding for study abroad.  For 2013-2014 this increase means that we are committed to provide a $1000 scholarship for all CoBE students that choose to study abroad during 2013-2014 and meet the scholarship criteria.  Students should speak to an advisor in the Center for Global Education now to begin planning your semester abroad.

If you are on campus, please plan on attending our Leadership Ways and Wisdom lecture series with Frank Witthun, Chairman, Cooper Gay Swett & Crawford.  The event is in the Timmerman Auditorium in Hyland Hall on April 15 at 4:30pm.

 Written By: Dr. John Chenoweth, Associate Dean, College of Business and Economics

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