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Four Accounting Students Receive Scholarships from NJCPA

Four School of Business accounting majors have been awarded scholarships from the New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants (NJCPA). The students are: Samantha Bolka Sherida Hincksosn Alerie Sebastian Kylie Turner “Through their hard work and determination, our students have earned the professional accounting community’s praise and acknowledgment,” Dr. Bea Chiang, chair, Department of Accounting…

Personal Finance Event

Personal Finance Event

The final Business Leaders Talk of the semester will take place on Thursday, April 12, 6:00 p.m. in the Library Auditorium. The theme of the program is Personal Finance. Investment planning, real estate, building wealth and eliminating debt, becoming and staying financially stable after college, and more will be discussed throughout the event. This event is open…

2018 MBPC Finalists Announced

2018 MBPC Finalists Announced

The final three teams competing in the 2018 Mayo Business Plan Competition have been selected. Come see them present during the live final event on Wednesday, April 4, 5:00 p.m., in the Mayo Concert Hall. This is event is open to the public! “Now in its seventh year, the Mayo Business Plan Competition attracts some…

School of Business Professors Share Credit Expertise

School of Business Professors Share Credit Expertise

Recently, two School of Business professors were asked to share expertise on establishing credit with WalletHub. Dr. Karen Becker-Olsen, associate professor of marketing and interdisciplinary business discussed the use of photo credit cards, here. Dr. Nonna Sorokina, assistant professor of finance was asked about students building credit by using credit cards. “The importance of credit…

Healthcare, Pharma, and Biotech Networking Event

Healthcare, Pharma, and Biotech Networking Event

The March Business Leaders Talk will allow students to network and learn from alumni that work in the healthcare field. Diversity in Business and Beta Alpha Psi will serve as the event’s co-sponsors. The program will take place on Thursday, March 29 at 6:00 p.m. in the Business Building Lounge. We ask that students pre-register…

Undergraduate Business 2.0

Undergraduate Business 2.0

Higher education has a rough patch ahead. I say “patch” because the rich, global history of higher education is sufficiently long that even a fifty-year period of change will, in the end, be nothing more than a patch in time. As is typical with change motivated primarily by external forces, reactions and planning necessarily move…

J&J Case Competition Winners Move to Next Round

On February 23, teams competed for the opportunity to represent the TCNJ School of Business at the annual Johnson & Johnson University Case Competition April 12-13 at Johnson & Johnson headquarters in New Brunswick, NJ. Congratulations to the wining team! From left to right: Lucy Jackson (junior, marketing), Devin Errico (sophomore, accounting),  Kyle Rice  (sophomore,…

Dean Keep Prepares for New Academic Position

Dean Keep Prepares for New Academic Position

Effective July 1, 2018, School of Business Dean William Keep, will serve as Interim Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, according to a campus-wide email from TCNJ President R. Barbara Gitenstein. The College’s current provost, Jacqueline Taylor, will retire at the end of June. The Signal’s interview with Dean Keep on this announcement, here.

2018 MBPC Semi-Finalists Announced!

2018 MBPC Semi-Finalists Announced!

2018 Mayo Business Plan Competition Semi-Finalists Announced The six semi-finalist teams have been selected to advance to the next round in the Mayo Business Plan Competition. On March 7, the semi-finalists will deliver a presentation before a select panel of judges, and only three teams will advance to the finals on April 4. The finals…

Some Lessons I Learned About Diversity, Friends, and Family

Some Lessons I Learned About Diversity, Friends, and Family

My first lesson regarding physical diversity came early because my father had polio as a teenager. One of his legs had no muscle development beneath the knee, so it was stick-like and shorter than the other. He walked with a limp that produced occasional back problems. But he was one of the luckier ones as…

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