FRANKLIN P. PERDUE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
CONNECTING YOU TO THE FRANKLIN P. PERDUE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
From the Dean’s Office
One of the Perdue School’s hallmarks is a gifted and dedicated faculty who go above and beyond to give students experiences that better prepare them for life after graduation. Here are a few examples.
Catchin’ Up With ... Maryna Simpson
What do Salisbury, MD; Berlin, Germany; and public accounting have in common? They all are a part of Maryna Simpson’s story.
Student Spotlight: Davyeon Groves
One year at the Ecole de Management in Grenoble, France, plus one year in the SU M.B.A. equals two graduate degrees. That doesn’t include skiing in the Alps and other pursuits. Read about Davyeon’s experience
Estonian Cyber-Security Connection
Estonia is the center of advanced cybersecurity. Tallinn University of Technology, Tartu University and Salisbury University are collaborating to allow our students to earn an undergraduate degree and a Master of Science in cybersecurity in five years.
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SU Faculty Earns Hewitt Master Teacher Award
The Perdue School faculty is nationally recognized for their quality. Mike Koval is the latest honoree being awarded the Charles M. Hewitt Master Teaching Award.
Speed Interviewing Event
In this economy, students need every advantage when looking for a job. Perdue students “sold” their talents in a mock speed interviewing session – five minutes to convince a prospective employer what they would bring to the firm.
“The Meeting” 2012
"The Meeting" (formerly known as Junior Orientation) allowed incoming Perdue students the opportunity to learn about majors, clubs and organizations, and expectations for their junior and senior years.
In the Spotlight
Faculty and Student Happenings
A LOOK AHEAD
Family Weekend »
National Business Women’s Week »
Executive Leader Speaker Rosemary Reed »
TGM Banking Conference