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The project is expected to be completed in fall 2018, and the footbridge will be closed from late May to late August in both 2017 and 2018.More information
Career Conference can be a bit overwhelming for students attending it for the first time. After all, over 140 companies are coming to campus this fall. Here are some tips from the College of Business faculty to help you prepare.
The COB Alumni Bash is back! Join us Thu., Oct. 26, 6-9 pm, SportsEngine in Minneapolis. Spread the word!
Read the stories of 40 business students who completed internships last summer. We hope their experiences will get you excited about starting your search for an internship.
The facts speak for themselves. Here are 10 reasons why you should become a Business Blugold. Learn how we prepare business students for success at UW-Eau Claire.
Because your success is important to us, the College of Business offers free peer-to-peer tutoring to students taking accounting, business communication, and information systems classes. This tutoring is available to students of all abilities; in fact, it is not unusual to see many of our best students taking advantage of these services.
Get your resume ready! Career Conference is Thursday, September 28 from 10:00 A.M – 3:00 P.M. in Davies Center. Over 140 employers will be in attendance.This is a great place to network with recruiters to learn about the internships and full-time employment opportunities available at their companies.
From on-campus organizations to international associations, our faculty and staff have been recognized for their outstanding teaching, advising, scholarship, and service. View the various awards and honors that our faculty and staff have received.
This fall the College of Business welcomes 391 new business freshmen and 111 transfer students. Because your success is important to us, we have asked our faculty and staff for advice you can use to help make your first year a great one. Read their advice in our last "Success Starts Here" article.
COB new freshmen: It's a party and you're our special guests. Join us Tuesday, September 5, from 2-3:30 pm in the Davies Center Ojibwe Ballroom. Meet your classmates, the business faculty and staff, and student leaders. Snacks. Fun. Door prizes. Group "selfie" Casual attire. Special welcome by Interim Dean Tim Vaughan.
Tiffany Weiss, College of Business career services and external activities coordinator, discusses employment opportunities available to business students now and in the future, and introduces "Handshake", Career Services' new online platform for accessing information about internships, and on campus and full time jobs.
The UWEC chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma qualified for "Honors" and has made the Collegiate Chapter Honor Roll for the 2016-17 academic year. The status of "Honors" is awarded to a campus where academic excellence is valued and where the chapter's faculty and student officers work diligently to enhance the honor society's stature on campus.
Introducing Emily Elsner Twesme, a lecturer in the Business Communication department. Emily will discuss HIPs and the benefits students can gain from participating in high impact learning experiences like student organizations and competitions.
UWEC students make many major decisions throughout their college career. One of the most important one is selecting an academic major. Kim Wellnitz, lead business advisor in the Advising, Retention + Career Center, offers tips for exploring major options and making other important decisions.
Teamwork is something we do a lot of in the College of Business. In fact, knowing how to work successfully in a team is one of our learning goals for students. A great team requires effective leadership. Introducing Interim Dean Tim Vaughan, the college’s CEO, and some of the executive staff you work with the next four years.
College of Business students who have an outstanding record of academic accomplishment are eligible for the Dean's List. Congratulations to our students who made the Spring 2017 Dean's List.
Amy Orthaus, a human resource management major from Lake City, MN, has been named the 2016-17 Outstanding Business Communication Student by the UW-Eau Claire business communication faculty. Selection is based on the student's achievements in business communication classes, contributions to the program and attitude toward the role of business communication in the student's personal and professional success.
Marissa Leners, an information systems major from Birchwood, WI, is the 2017 UW-Eau Claire College of Business Outstanding Student. Leners will be recognized at the 2017 College of Business Celebrate Success! reception, Wed., May 10 at 5 pm in the Davies Center Dakota Ballroom.
Cynthia Hofacker, senior lecturer in the Department of Business Communication, was named the 2017 Beta Gamma Sigma Outstanding Professor by members of the UW-Eau Claire chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma (BGS), the honor society serving business programs accredited by AACSB International. Hofacker was recognized by BGS at its annual initiation ceremony on April 8.
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