Remko van Hoek has always been fascinated by supply chains. What’s the story behind a product on a store’s shelf? What journey did it take before it got there? Continue reading EPIC Spotlight: Remko van Hoek
Growing up in the country holds many memories for Brittany Stettmeier, like family football after tending to the livestock. It was a ritual she remembers fondly. Her father played semi-professional football while her mother was a rugby team member. Continue reading EPIC Spotlight: Brittany Stettmeier
First, he was managing a hamburger restaurant. Then there was a brief stint practicing law in southern California. When he realized the legal profession wasn’t his calling, Michael Cummings taught business law in the city known for its casinos and glitzy entertainment. Continue reading EPIC Spotlight: Michael Cummings
Sheree Smith, administrative support supervisor in the Department of Information Systems, has been named employee of the second quarter by the Sam M. Walton College of Business.
Anyone in the college may nominate colleagues for the award, which is given to employees who show superior customer service that enhances the image of the college, above and beyond the scope of that employee’s job description.
This quarter’s nominees were Smith, Pamela Heinzel of the Department of Marketing, Lori McLemore of the Office of External Relations and Amy Moore of the Research and Outreach Centers.
The winner of the award receives a certificate of appreciation and a cash prize. Winners are chosen by Walton College Dean Matt Waller, the associate deans, the assistant deans for undergraduate and graduate programs and the Walton College Staff Council.
Canon Reeves loves robots. He enjoys designing, building and programming them. In fact, he spends much of his time thinking about how they can better people’s lives. Continue reading EPIC Spotlight: Canon Reeves
The atmosphere was just like working for a company.
In fact, when Ashley Collins began her first career job after graduation, she was grateful that her classes at the Sam M. Walton College of Business mirrored a work environment – one that prepared her to develop software for a large company. Continue reading EPIC Spotlight: Ashley Collins
Blockchain technology is like rocket fuel for Zach Steelman.
It’s the way of the future. It has the potential to shake things up just as much as the Dot-Com Boom did in the 1990s. Students are eager to learn more, and Steelman’s eager to accommodate. He loves talking about it. Continue reading EPIC Spotlight: Zach Steelman
From the time she graduated from college, Jessica Salmon thought about how she could make a difference beyond the corporate world. Continue reading EPIC Spotlight: Jessica Salmon
The Sam M. Walton College of Business and the Global Interdependence Center will host a daylong conference “Central Banking Series: Location Matters in a Global Economy” at the Fayetteville Town Center on Monday, Nov. 6., beginning at 8 a.m. Continue reading Walton to Co-Host Central Banking Conference
“My dream is to graduate with my bachelor’s degree and become a data analyst at Walmart,” said Katelyn Hunter. Continue reading Hunter to Receive Greene Family Scholarship