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Blog: My Good Frenemy, Sallie Mae

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Informational interviews are worth your time: 8 steps to prepare

Informational interviews are worth your time: 8 steps to prepare

Talya Bauer and David Caughlin, Business Administration faculty, were co-chairs of the session titled "Alliance Special Session: Big Data: Grappling with Definitions and Issues with International Implications” at the annual meeting of Society for Industri

Talya Bauer and David Caughlin, Business Administration faculty, were co-chairs of the session titled "Alliance Special Session: Big Data: Grappling with Definitions and Issues with International Implications” at the annual meeting of Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology in Anaheim, Calif., April 14-16.

David Cadiz and Allison Ellis, Business Administration adjunct faculty, presented in “Friday Seminar: Effective Organizational Socialization and Onboarding” at the annual meeting of Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology in Anaheim, Calif.,

David Cadiz and Allison Ellis, Business Administration adjunct faculty, presented in “Friday Seminar: Effective Organizational Socialization and Onboarding” at the annual meeting of Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology in Anaheim, Calif., April 14-16.

Dan Connolly, Business Administration dean, was a panelist in a session titled “Building a More Diverse and Inclusive Business School” at the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business 2016 International Conference and Annual Meeting in Boston,

Dan Connolly, Business Administration dean, was a panelist in a session titled “Building a More Diverse and Inclusive Business School” at the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business 2016 International Conference and Annual Meeting in Boston, April 3-5. 

Mellie Pullman, Business Administration faculty, presented “Going Pro: What Does a Beer Really Cost and Can You Make Money?” at the Pacific Northwest Homebrewers Convention in Vancouver, Wash., March 4-5. 

Mellie Pullman, Business Administration faculty, presented “Going Pro: What Does a Beer Really Cost and Can You Make Money?” at the Pacific Northwest Homebrewers Convention in Vancouver, Wash., March 4-5. 

PSU Sustainability community confers annual excellence awards

 

The Institute for Sustainable Solutions (ISS) and its partners across campus hosted the 9th Annual PSU Sustainability Celebration this week in the Smith Ballroom, toasting with more than 200 attendees to another year of outstanding achievement in sustainability—in research, teaching, and operations—at Portland State.

Portland Business Journal: Portland gets first joint business master's/law program

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Oregonians in search of a joint law/master's of business administration degree no longer need to head to Salem or Eugene.