The program offered Hartsook financial support throughout his college career as well as support services like peer and professional mentoring, financial advice, employment and check-ins, all to help him stay in school and graduate.
Nicte Chandler, 35, of Corvallis, was checking her feed on social media in December 2019 when she saw that her friend, also a working mom, had gone back to school.
The OSU Sales Academy opens a new year of learning, engagement and pitch competitions with a strong portfolio of industry sponsors. 2021 brings six new companies to the Sales Academy, and continued or heightened commitments from six current sponsors.
Seismic changes in NCAA policy — students can profit during college sports — and Colleen Bee helped OSU prepare.
Barron’s, a leading resource for financial news, in-depth analysis, and commentary on stocks, investments, and markets, is now a student resource.
The OSU Sales Academy has its first victory in a national collegiate competition. The recently formed organization is knocking it out of the park!
Oregon State University Board of Trustees member and College of Business alumna Patty Bedient steps up for Business Leaders Scholars Program.
Willen Sin ’13 can tell you straight up – it only takes .9 seconds to change the result of a game – and he firmly believes that life is no different.
'I remember being scared when I lost my job; I remember feeling like I had failed in some major way. But I realize that the experience of losing my job ... was also really freeing. '
Entrepreneur and co-founder of Shwood Eyewear Dan Genco’s words of encouragement to the Class of 2020.
April Davenport, just months before graduation, has an award-winning fashion line, an award-winning business and a position at Billy Footwear, an adaptive shoe company.
As freshman year gets underway at Oregon State, Mott isn’t worried about how she’ll pay for college. Instead, she was busy picking out things for her dorm room.
“One guy came in high. One came in low. My ankle got caught in the turf.” And that was the end of Nick Hoddevik's football scholarship, but not his college dream.
Consider this: here is a generation born with broadband internet. Wifi is ubiquitous; it always has been. They’ll likely never have a newspaper delivered to their dwelling, or perhaps not a cable TV package on their own dime.
When E-Trade became – as Newcomb jokingly describes it – “the 14-year overnight success” with consecutive public offering in 1996 and 1997, Newcomb took his winnings and invested heavily in the places that shaped his life.