Across the WSU system, the Business Administration bachelor’s degree program is the most enrolled business program. It will be the eighth undergraduate program offered at WSU Everett.
People dreaming of travel post-COVID-19 now have some scientific data to support their wanderlust.
The Protium Company, a WSU-founded startup that produces novel liquid hydrogen tanks, was featured at the APLU and AAU’s national Innovation and Entrepreneurship Showcase this week.
The Pullman business community in particular has been hit hard during the COVID‑19 pandemic.
Students at the WSU Carson College of Business made holiday cards for more than 60 senior living residents to lift their spirits during the holiday season.
An overwhelming majority of Pacific Northwest shoppers don’t plan to shop in-store on Thanksgiving Day (83%) or Black Friday (77%) this year, according to a report from WSU’s Carson College of Business.
Only about 28% of information systems faculty at U.S. colleges and universities are women, but that’s a statistic Washington State University researcher Michelle Carter is working to change.
Poets&Quants ranked online MBA and executive MBA programs from the Carson College of Business as No. 12 in their 2021 rankings of The Best Online MBA Programs moving up from No. 16 in 2020.
The project pairs teams of business students with small companies to provide 13 weeks of confidential, no‑cost consulting.
The lab houses 12 Bloomberg terminals, giving students and faculty access to real‑time news, financial and economic data, and other tools that are the “gold standard” within the industry.
Steve Patterson will present “Risky Business: Regulated Insurers in Catastrophic Times” via Zoom from 5-6:15 p.m. Monday, Sept. 28.
Business leaders acknowledge the hardships of COVID‑19 but are confident they have the skills and resources to navigate the crisis, according to a new WSU Carson College of Business report.
Automatic gratuities leave restaurant patrons with a bad taste, even when the meal and the service were excellent, new research from WSU indicates.
As the School of Hospitality Business Management’s assistant director, Dipra Jha will be the main point of contact when students, parents, and industry leaders visit the Pullman campus.
The project is part of the Business Growth Mentor and Analysis Program or MAP. The program pairs students and a mentor with local businesses or nonprofits, where students take on a consulting role.
Beginning this fall, the major will be offered on the Pullman campus. It is designed for business students seeking managerial positions in the senior living industry, with a focus on hospitality operations.
Visit Tri‑Cities, the area’s visitor and convention bureau, will incorporate the students’ ideas in its future planning, says Michael Novakovich, the president and chief executive officer.