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Farmer School students running digital asset management firm
Block Key Capital members (l-r) Colin McGreal, Kyle Freiman, Hanson Birringer, Patrick Young, Mathew BallA group of Farmer School students are taking their knowledge and learning to a new level as they operate their own crypto asset hedge fund.
Social Innovation Weekend to tackle opioid abuse problem, seek solutions
Social Innovation Weekend will look for ideas and solutions in substance abuse and addiction recovery.
Lori Kaiser Announced as Farmer School of Business 2019 Divisional Recognition Ceremony Speaker
Lori KaiserKaiser: "It is an honor to be given the opportunity to encourage this dynamic group of individuals to build upon their Miami University education and experiences as a cornerstone of their future success.”
Brewing tour teaches supply chain, operations, management lessons
Students tour part of a brewery in North CarolinaFarmer School students spent their winter term crisscrossing the country to visit more than 30 breweries, corporate offices, distribution centers, packaging facilities, farming and processing centers, commercial labs, and industry group headquarters, while earning six credit hours in supply chain operations and in management.
Designing a future for female entrepreneurs
Beth Troy (second from right) with her women in entrepreneurship class during a visit with Kathleen Inman (far right) of Inman Family Wines in California.At 20 years old, Summer Crenshaw (Miami ’03) was on a clear-cut path to her career. She was already working in public relations as an undergraduate at Miami University, touring with chart-topping bands and running national marketing campaigns in the entertainment industry.
"Good enough" might be just perfect, according to Miami researcher
Is this story good enough? For perfectionists, maybe not, but according to Miami University's Laurens Steed, good enough just might be OK.
Team from Farmer School makes National Diversity Case Competition finals
A Farmer School team made the finals of the National Diversity Case Competition at Indiana University over the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday weekend.
Alumni gift supports budding entrepreneurs
George Heath (circled) at the most recent Venture Pitch CompetitionA gift from a longtime Farmer School of Business supporter will help students who have a business idea and the entrepreneurial drive make their idea a reality.
Farmer School students start 2019 early with winter term classes
Terry Nixon teaches a winter term finance class in Taylor AuditoriumWhile many students are away from campus this month, some return early to get a jump on their 2019 courses.