Next spring, Robert Crossler and his family will board a plane to Romania, where they will live for five months while he teaches a class on information security from a business perspective.
The Carson College of Business honored its outstanding faculty, staff and graduate students during an annual awards event May 4 at Washington State University in Pullman.
The project is the brainchild of two WSU employees who were looking for ways to help households needing food assistance while also supporting Pullman restaurants.
A leading hospitality scholar, Jenny Kim joined the School of Hospitality Business Management in 2002 and teaches service operations management, travel and society, and other business courses.
Owen Boreson is the 2020 recipient of the Delbert J. Hayes Scholarship from the Carson College of Business at Washington State University.
Beta Alpha Psi’s in-person competition in Seattle was canceled because of COVID-19, but that didn’t stop a team of Carson Cougs from winning first place.
The Carson College of Business has canceled the Spokane Power Breakfast and annual Business Plan Competition as part of WSU’s ongoing response to the COVID‑19 public health emergency.
Tim Mulligan, chief human resources officer of late Paul Allen’s Seattle-based holding company Vulcan Inc., will be the keynote speaker for the Washington State University Tri-Cities Carson College of Business Point to Success Fundraising Brunch on March 7.
When she is not on the court or in the classroom, Jovana Subasic, a business student and women’s basketball player from Serbia, finds the time to help other international student-athletes make the transition to life in America.
She will present “What a Journey! Did I Choose the Path or Did the Path Choose Me?” during the annual Burtenshaw Lecture, 1:25 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 27, in the CUB auditorium on the WSU Pullman campus.
The Bellhop was a longstanding fundraiser that ran from the 1940s to the 1980s and was revived in 2017. The event will begin at 5:30 p.m. in the CUB Senior Ballroom. The public is invited.
He wants to ensure the quality of undergraduate programs, growing SHBM’s research reputation and collaboration opportunities and strategically differentiating programs to meet the needs of students and industry.
By keeping their initial concerns quiet, would-be whistleblowers gain time to gather facts, verify information, assemble like-minded allies and reduce the risk of retaliation for speaking up, a recently published WSU paper indicates.
Sandra Hayes, the wife of WSU alumnus Delbert Hayes, created the endowed scholarship to honor her husband’s memory by supporting Clarkston High School graduates.
Navin Dimond, who is the founder, president and CEO of Stonebridge Companies, has a history of providing unique learning opportunities for WSU students interested in hospitality business management, marketing, sales and construction management careers.
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.
When people learn that a charitable contribution they earmarked for a specific project was used for another cause, they feel betrayed – and often punish the charity even when the alternative recipient also was a worthwhile cause, new research from WSU indicates.