CONNECTING YOU TO THE FRANKLIN P. PERDUE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
Fall Ratcliffe Shore Hatchery Winners Announced
Wings of Life Mobile, LLC and HUCK Performance Buckets were the big winners during the ninth round of SU’s Philip E. and Carole R. Ratcliffe Foundation Shore Hatchery entrepreneurship competition.
Catchin’ Up With … Christina Howard
Christina is the assistant director of development for the Perdue School of Business, working to establish and strengthen relationships with alumni and members of our business community and connecting them with our programs and initiatives.
Student Spotlight: Sierra Little
Sierra is a junior majoring in marketing and management and is president of the Marketing Excellence club. She tells how joining ME was one of the best decisions she has made.
SU Students Win Annual Collegiate MAXI Award
Students took the top spot in the Direct Marketing Association of Washington Education Foundation (DMAWEF)’s annual Collegiate MAXI Award Program.
Perdue Students Compete in Inter-Collegiate ERP Simulation Competition
Fourteen students participated in a “virtual” inter-collegiate competition using the ERPsim Logistics Game to manage simulated supply chains in real time.
Ratcliffe Foundation Announces $1 Million to Continue Shore Hatchery at SU
The Ratcliffe Shore Hatchery entrepreneurship competition in SU’s Franklin P. Perdue School of Business will continue through at least 2024 under the new agreement.
Gang Article Accepted in Group and Organization Management
Dr. KwangWook Gang and his co-authors Dr. Woonki Hong, Dr. Lu Zhang and Dr. Boreum Choi have a forthcoming article in Group and Organization Management titled “The Effects of Expertise and Social Status on Team Member Influence and the Moderating Roles of Intragroup Conflicts.”
SU Student Earns Generation Study Abroad Florence Scholarship
Junior marketing major Jennifer Lauver will take courses in fashion marketing management through London-based Richmond University’s Florence Study Center.
In the Spotlight
Faculty and Student Happenings
A LOOK AHEAD
December 25-January 1