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11/18/2019
Competition challenges students to put blockchain to business use
Students from across Miami University came together to build a business case around a blockchain idea.
11/18/2019
MUDEC Alum Kelsey Hopper's Journey to Small Business
Pranshu and his broomball team after winning the championship game.Here at MUDEC, there are many internship opportunities working with businesses and start-ups in the Luxembourg area, and itÂ’s not uncommon to have MUDEC students working for people who have been in their shoes! Kelsey Hopper, MUDEC alumni and small business owner, has enlisted students, Clare Quinn, Kevin Hansbauer, and Maddy Stanger, as interns helping her with promotion and content creation for her independent yoga and music businesses
11/12/2019
Miami's John W. Altman Institute for Entrepreneurship 5th among U.S. public universities
It's the 12th year in a row of a top 10 ranking, but it's the first year of a top five ranking for the John W. Altman Institute for Entrepreneurship
11/08/2019
Case competition shows value of inexperienced experiences
A team member not knowing what they're doing can be a problem for the team, but sometimes that's just what a team needs to succeed.
11/05/2019
Miami team takes top honors at E&J Gallo competition
Elizabeth Kilbride and Brian McDonald had some fast thinking to do in the finals of a competition last month.
11/04/2019
Farmer School explained: Forsythe Commons and Library
Two pieces of the Farmer School of Business are named for a man who made a lot out of very little.
10/29/2019
Brian Trelstad: Impact investing can hit far beyond the bottom line
The impact that social investing can have may reach far beyond a single firm.
10/28/2019
Altman Institute for Entrepreneurship to pilot MIINT undergrad program
The John W. Altman Institute for Entrepreneurship will be the first undergraduate program to be part of the MBA Impact Investing Network & Training program.
10/25/2019
From engineering major to Chipotle CEO: Brian Niccol's path to success
You could say that one Farmer School professor started Brian Niccol on his path to becoming the CEO of Chipotle.