Business students explore future career options through alumni networking
Today’s students face many questions and challenges during college and upon graduation. What do I want to do with my life? What kind of job do I want to have? Where do I want to work?
Recently, students from Ohio Northern University’s Dicke College of Business Administration had the opportunity to get some answers.
On March 27, an alumni networking event at Cardinal Health in Dublin, Ohio,...continue reading
George Atkinson, BSBA ’72, has retired from the Dicke College of Business Administration Dean’s Advisory Board after eight years of service, which included time as chair and vice chair.
“I initially accepted the position because I believed it would be a good experience for me as well as a way to reconnect with ONU and the College of Business Administration,” Atkinson remembers. “It was my first engagement back with ONU and the college since I graduated from ONU in 1972.”...continue reading
Ohio Northern University continues to fulfill its mission of preparing students for rewarding careers and lives of purpose, as indicated by the placement rates for the most recent graduating class. According to the University’s Office of Polar Careers, 94 percent of students who graduated in 2016 have found employment or are enrolled in graduate school within six months of graduation.
This number is consistent with recent years, with 93 percent of graduates finding work in 2015 and...continue reading
Jeff Gillson, of Mansfield, Ohio, received the Outstanding Service Award from Ohio Northern University’s James F. Dicke College of Business Administration during a recent Homecoming ceremony on campus. The award honors individuals who have provided sustained and outstanding service to the college and the University.
Gillson has used the insights and skills he gained during his college career to improve the quality of life for others.
He is president and owner of Gillson...continue reading
Ohio Northern University graduate student Julya Faulkner, BSBA ’16, has used the adversity she has faced to make an impact on others. Accordingly, she recently received the Beta Alpha Psi Medal of Inspiration Award.
Beta Alpha Psi is an international honor organization for accounting, finance and information systems students. The Medal of Inspiration recognizes students who have overcome hardships to achieve a high level of success and is sponsored by the American Institute of Public...continue reading
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