News, articles, and interesting stuff from the College of Business

May 22, 2024

Ethics Case Competition – Homeless PDX

The Oregon State College of Business third-year case competition promotes dialogue on difficult topics. The signature Blueprint event of junior year puts students into dialogical competition as they practice critical thinking, argumentation and presentation skills on a contemporary, polarizing topic. The tight links between business, government and society are explored as students engage in critical debate.

May 14, 2024

Blueprint: Bridging Education and Career Success in the College of Business 

In the College of Business, we're shaping futures with Blueprint. This innovative program goes beyond textbooks, offering real-world skills for academic and professional triumphs. From networking events to financial planning, Blueprint equips students for life beyond the classroom. Join us in empowering your student's journey to success.

November 29, 2023

Campus Connection: Fall Term at the College of Business

Connecting you with the resources you need is part of what we do together to support your student. First up is a guide to the health and wellness services available to your student while at OSU. As well, we’re upping our links to our FERPA information to help you get familiar with the rights and privacy we grant every student.

June 15, 2023

Mallory Strand: On the Importance of Trying Everything

"I am so thankful for the career-enriching opportunities to connect with industry professionals at Austin Hall – and beyond. I'm looking forward to bringing my merchandising expertise and management skills to this new opportunity. I am enthusiastic about participating and having a positive impact on the company and my community. I can't wait to see what the future holds!"

June 7, 2023

Jack Lundgren Ready for Teamwork, New Places

"I'm most proud of the many friends and acquaintances I've made here at OSU over the years. I have built connections and learned from a diverse background of people, something that would have been difficult without my enrollment in the College of Business, and I'm proud of the personal growth that has come as a consequence of that."

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