Perdue School of Business

 

 

Accreditations
The Perdue School of Business is accredited by the AACSB. This ensures that The Perdue School will adhere to the strict guidelines held by this organization to remain one of the Top Business schools in the World.

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CONNECTING YOU TO THE FRANKLIN P. PERDUE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS   February 2015
 
From the Dean’s Office
Dean Weer reflects on the happenings during the winter term and shares some highlights about things to come.


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  Dean Christy Weer
Catchin’ Up With...W. Andrew Hanson
Working in real estate is not only Andrew’s career, it’s his passion. He encourages everyone to pursue their passion and success will follow.

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  Andrew Hanson
Student Spotlight: Mohammed Souass
After years as an aircraft mechanic, Mohammed realized he wanted more for himself. He went to college where he earned a degree in aviation science and a minor in business administration. He is now in the M.B.A. Program.

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  Mohammed Souass
Employer Spotlight: WBOC-TV
WBOC-TV, known as Delmarva's News Leader, makes a commitment every day to do the best job it can covering issues that affect the entire Delmarva Peninsula.

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  WBOC-TV
SU Accounting and Legal Studies Department Earns AACSB Accreditation
Part of the Perdue School of Business, the department is one of just 182 accounting programs globally to earn AACSB accreditation.

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  AACSB
 
AACSB Connect with Perdue
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Mitzi Perdue Delivers Perdue Executive Leader Lecture Tuesday, March 3
"Success is not measured by what you can get, but what you can give" is Mitzi Perdue’s motto. She is a civic leader, author, philanthropist and widow of the late Frank Perdue.

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SU, Del Tech Sign Business Transfer Agreements
Associate degree graduates of Del Tech’s Business Administration Transfer Program will now have the opportunity to transfer to the PSB as a junior in one of ten programs.

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Students Raise Over $10,000 for Local Causes
Students in Paula Morris’ advertising and promotions classes developed and promoted fundraisers for local charities to give them real-world experience.

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In the Spotlight
Faculty and Student Happenings

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A LOOK AHEAD
February 19
THE Meeting
March 3
Executive Leadership Speaker – Mitzi Perdue
March 9-13
Ethics Week
 
 
 
 
 
A Marathon of a Case CompetitionFrom the Dean's Office
Four new faculty members have joined us this fall.  We welcome Dr. David Emerson (Assistant Professor of Accounting), Dr. Michael Schuldt (Assistant Professor of Accounting), Dr. Yinghao Zhang (Assistant Professor of Information and Decision Sciences) and Dr. Efua Obeng (Visiting Assistant Professor of Marketing) to the Perdue School faculty.

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Darren BushCatchin’ up with ... Darren Bush
Since graduating from the Perdue School, Darren has advanced his career and found what brings him the most joy.

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Gloria MajchrzakStudent Spotlight: Gloria Majchrzak
Gloria came to Salisbury University with two goals. She has achieved one and has continued to work toward the other.

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Stellenbosch studentsStellenbosch Students Visit from
South Africa

Excitement, truly magnificent, thought provoking, inspiring … these are words used by the students as they reflect on their visit.

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Meet Our New Student Business Leaders
Six seniors and five juniors – meet the 2013-2014 Perdue School Student Business Leaders.

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Welcome Back Perdue Faculty and Staff
Is there a better way to welcome our faculty and staff back than with fantastic food? We think not.

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Perdue School Team Finalist in the 5th International ERPsim Competition
Amina Tsoreava, Katie Jones and Travis Schrader, with coach Dr. Kathie Wright, competed in the International ERPsim Competition.

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In the Spotlight
Faculty and Student Happenings

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A LOOK AHEAD
September 24
Meet the Firms
October 5
Sea Gull Century
October 11
MACPA Town Hall Meeting
October 10-13
Homecoming
October 18-20
Family Weekend
 
 
Latest News: Have questions about...admission, internships, or major...contact our Student Business Leaders at Perdueschool@salisbury.edu!

Perdue School Pledge

I will . . .

Act ethically in the decisions I make.
Make an effort to represent Salisbury University in a positive light.

Promise to work hard to achieve my academic and professional goals.
Engage in activities that make a difference through serving the community.
Recognize myself and others by honoring achievements.
Draw beneficial experiences from my networking opportunities.
Understand that when I act, speak, and write, the world may be watching.
Embody this code to represent myself, my school, and my community honorably.

I AM PERDUE


Economic Forecasts (PDFs)


Executive Leader Series 

 Mitzi Perdue
 Civic Leader, Author, Philanthropist
 Tuesday, March 3, 2015
 Holloway Hall Auditorium 3:30 p.m.
 Reception to follow in Social Room
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Apply to Perdue (Gate)

May 1 for summer/fall admission or December 1 for winter/spring admission.  The approved applications will be mailed out after the end of the term.


BETA GAMMA SIGMA

Beta Gamma Sigma is the international scholastic honor society recognizing the outstanding academic achievements of students enrolled in collegiate business programs accredited by AACSB International. This is the highest scholastic honor a business student can attain and is recognition of being truly "the best in business." Beta Gamma Sigma is the business school equivalent of Phi Beta Kappa in liberal arts education.  To see a list of inductees follow the BETA GAMMA SIGMA link.