MGMT & COM students take FIRST place at Advertising Competition

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Click here if you would like to send a donation to Help the Team! We are very proud to tell you that our MGMT/COM 429 Advertising Campaigns students took FIRST place at the American Advertising Federation’s Sixth District National Student Advertising Competition last weekend. They beat out advertising powerhouses such as Michigan State, U of Illinois,…
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MBA student accepted into PhD program

We are pleased to announce that Thaung Han (MBA ’09) has been accepted into the doctoral program at the University of Texas at El Paso for the Fall 2010 semester.  He will be studying Management with an emphasis on International Business. Thaung is also the author of “Economic Sanctions Revisited: Additional Reasons Why They Fail,” with…
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Department honors outstanding students for 2010

MHRM outstanding students 2010

The Department of Marketing, Human Resources, and Management was pleased to honor this year’s outstanding students at the Chancellor’s reception on Sunday, February 28th.  Senior – Sarah Bugajski – Sarah is a Human Resource Management major who has demonstrated both a record of academic accomplishment and spirit of engagement. She creates a positive, intellectually-stimulating, and…
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MHRM student combines (running a) business & study

“Being busy is not work; it’s fun,” Bryan Lazorik says. Like many Purdue University Calumet students, Lazorik has worn many hats. In addition to pursuing a double major in human resources and marketing, the 32-year-old Merrillville resident works at running a business, Bryco Services, Inc., a Merrillville-based janitorial services company. As busy as being a…
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Students take 3rd place in regional NSAC competition

Led by Professor Matt Hanson and Professor Hugh Daubek, students from the Mgmt/Com 429 class placed 3rd this year in the regional NSAC competition in Detroit on Friday, April 17, 2009!  Their outstanding performance exemplifies the importance of experiential learning and its impact on students and what they learn.   Background and Structure The American…
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