For Justus Rogers, correct answers during a football game often rely on split-second interpretations of other players’ actions. In accounting classes, Rogers is looking for similar “keys” that will help him unlock the meaning behind numbers.
Nearly half of Pacific Northwest consumers do most or all of their shopping in-store but Cyber Monday continues to steal the show in holiday savings.
Poets & Quants ranked online MBA and executive MBA programs from WSU’s Carson College of Business as No. 16 in their 2020 rankings of The Best Online MBA Programs.
Business and marketing major Nam Nguyen is currently interning at NASA in aeronautics research and analysis. He is the first and only WSU student to study abroad on all seven continents.
Bob Brandkamp will talk about personal risks, risk management in the business sector and how Avista uses risk management to achieve its goals.
The Oct. 30 reception will recognize the completion of a $2.5 million fundraising campaign to honor the legacy and contributions of Granger Cobb, a pioneer in the senior living industry.
The Power Breakfast is designed to inform, inspire and engage Seattle-area leaders on contemporary business issues. Tickets are $45.
Robert Crossler is helping institutions in central and eastern Europe develop strategic responses to emerging forms of high-tech crime.
Two WSU teams received nearly $20,000 for their research using virtual reality to address issues in computational computer science.
Product innovation efforts often stall when star inventors and company founders work within the same teams, according to new WSU research.
New WSU research shows customers feel more accomplished when their progress is tracked in round numbers.
WSU Vancouver’s Beta Alpha Psi chapter took home two awards and $3,500 in prize money from the honor society’s annual competition Aug. 8-10 in Chicago.
An associate from the WSU Office of Commercialization in Pullman now holds regular office hours in Spokane to help scientists move their innovations to market.
The program launches this fall, pairing sophomores and juniors with PACCAR employees.
When people witness poor customer service, a manager’s intervention can help reduce hostility toward the company or brand, according to WSU research.
LTCC transfer students will have access to WSU’s Bachelor of Arts in Hospitality Business Management program, offered online or through WSU courses at the LTCC campus.
“How we honor those in our past says a lot about how we will care for our student veterans in the future.”