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Baylor MBA Candidates Partner with Zambian Students for Business Consulting
[7/21/2015]
Baylor University MBA candidates and Northrise University undergraduate students teamed up in June for the annual African Global Initiative course in Ndola, Zambia. The seven Baylor Business students and twelve Northrise students formed five teams to work for three local businesses on projects involving human resources, entrepreneurship, pricing structures and marketing campaigns.
(FULL STORY)

Promoting Hands-On Learning: Undergraduates as Business Consultants
[5/28/2015]
Prior to becoming a Baylor faculty member in fall 2014, Sara Perry, assistant professor of Management, taught organizational behavior at the University of Houston—Downtown. With a university initiative for service learning, Perry and two fellow faculty members created a transformational learning opportunity for their students.
(FULL STORY)

Baylor Regents Approve Doctorate, OK New Sports Center
[5/25/2015]
The Baptist Standard: Second item on action taken recently by the Baylor Board of Regents, who voted to establish a new Ph.D. program in entrepreneurship in the Hankamer School of Business and approved $1.1 million for the design and construction of the Simpson Strength and Performance Center in the Simpson Athletics and Academic Center.
(FULL STORY)

Baylor Regents Approve Entrepreneurship Ph.D., $1.1 Million Athletic Weight Room Renovation
[5/15/2015]
Waco Tribune-Herald: Baylor’s Hankamer School of Business will add a new doctorate degree in entrepreneurship, aiming to capitalize on the limited number of advanced degree options in the growing study field. Quoted in the story is Terry Maness, D.B.A., business school dean. The Board also approved $1.1 million to design and construct the Simpson Strength and Performance Center in the Simpson Athletics and Academic Center.
(FULL STORY)

Baylor Class Urges Marketing Outreach to Keep Young Professionals in Waco
[5/5/2015]
Waco Tribune-Herald: Baylor students and professors are brainstorming ways to market Waco to young professionals. At a Waco City Council work session, six students of Todd Finch, part-time lecturer of marketing in Baylor’s Hankamer School of Business, pitched ideas for a campaign to keep young professionals in town after they graduate from Waco’s colleges. Sophomore Taylor Dick, junior Savannah Batista and Waco Mayor Malcolm Duncan are quoted.
(FULL STORY)

ProSales Takes Top Team and Individual Honors in National Competition
[5/4/2015]
Baylor’s Professional Selling program (Baylor ProSales) finished 4th overall, out of 67 universities, in the National Collegiate Sales Competition (NCSC) at Kennesaw State University.
(FULL STORY)

Baylor ProSales Finishes Third in Western States Collegiate Sales Competition
[5/1/2015]
Baylor’s Professional Selling program (Baylor ProSales) finished 3rd overall in the Western States Collegiate Sales Competition (WSCSC). ProSales seniors, Katie Simutis and Lindsey Regan, alongside ProSales junior, Pearson Brown lead Baylor to this top finish.
(FULL STORY)

New Beginnings
[4/30/2015]
New business ideas are being pitched in an unconventional setting that may come as a surprise to some. MBA students are going to jail to help inmates develop business plans.
(FULL STORY)

Business Students to Present Plan to Waco City Council
[4/29/2015]
On Tuesday May 5, six Baylor Business students will present a marketing plan to the Waco City Council at 3:00 p.m. The presentation will be televised on the Waco City Cable Channel.
(FULL STORY)

Baylor Professional Fraternity Took Care of Business at State Competition
[4/28/2015]
Baylor’s freshly minted Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) chapter has set a precedent of success after bringing home 43 awards April 10-11 at the 2015 State Leadership Conference at The University of Texas at Dallas in Richardson.
(FULL STORY)


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