JUNE 2016
NEWS


CBA students with Dr. Schumann in Germany
LLS International Summer School 2016  
CBA students participate in study abroad program

Glo�ba�liza�t�i�on is one of the buz�zwords that floats through class�rooms of busi�ness and law schools around the world. Howe�ver, for many stu�dents it stays a ra�ther il�lu�sio�na�ry and ab�stract con�cept un�til they get the op�por�tu�ni�ty to ex�pe�ri�ence other cul�tu�res and get the chan�ce to rea�li�ze that the exis�tence of world brands, such as Coca Cola and Mc�Do�nald's, does not ne�ces�sa�ri�ly mean that we are all the same. The Ger�man and Ame�ri�can par�ti�ci�pants of the LLS In�ter�na�tio�nal Sum�mer School get this op�por�tu�ni�ty, and the eager�ness to learn from each other's cul�tu�res is al�ways stun�ning. All of them un�der�stand and live the long�stan�ding mot�to of the pro�gram�: "Not�hing's bet�ter, not�hing's worse, just dif�fe�rent!" Read more about this article. 



Leadership camp attendees with CBA Executive in Residence Ricki Cunningham
Leadership Camp Makes an Impact!   
Middle school students attend day camp of fun & learning

The College of Business Administration hosted a Business Leadership Camp on Thursday, June 9th. This one-day free camp was open to middle school students who had an interest in pursuing a career in business. CBA faculty and Executive in Residence, Ms. Ricki Cunningham, led sessions from goal-setting to career exploration.
 
Seventeen students, ranging in age from 11-13 and representing several area schools, participated in the camp. The college was excited to showcase the university by offering a campus tour and engage students in learning activities set in a college classroom. Students enjoyed seeing a dorm room, learning about what to expect in college and taking a closer look at who they were and what career they wanted to pursue as an adult.



Dr. Thomas Krueger, Dr. Rusty Karst and Dr. John Cicala
College Awards Go to Krueger, Karst & Cicala   
Awards in research, educational excellence & service

Annual college awards were given to faculty members with distinguished accomplishments in our college. The Distinguished Researcher Award was given to Dr. Thomas Krueger, the Distinguished Educator Award went to Dr. Rusty Karst and the Distinguished Service Award to Dr. John Cicala. These faculty members have shown a commitment to excellence that makes the College of Business Administration proud.

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