An interdisciplinary team of students took second place in the inaugural 2017 HBCU Battle of the Brains hosted by the National Black MBA Association Austin Chapter at SXSW held March 10-13, 2017. The event was designed to bring together "the best and brightest college and graduate school students representing Historically Black Colleges & Universities (HBCUs)
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Spring break conjures up images of fun, adventure and ocean breezes. What about an ocean breeze from Cape Town, South Africa? Eleven business students and two faculty, Dr. Lawrence McNeil and Mr. Danny Harvey, extended their view by spending spring break in South Africa. The group traveled to Johannesburg, Soweto and Cape Town to experience
Summer is a great time to explore a college campus, take courses to get ahead and experience college life. Motivated high school students interested in studying business can take advantage of the Business Scholars Summer program created for incoming freshmen or the BASIS Pre-College program designed especially for ninth through eleventh grade students. Deadlines are
Annually, the PVAMU College of Business awards nearly $200,000 to qualified students. Applications for fall 2016 and spring 2017 are now available online: http://www.pvamu.edu/business/current-students/scholarship-information/ The deadline is March 7 - so do not delay!
A recap of College of Business, news, notes and events for 2015 is available online. View the 2015 Business Connections Newsletter.
During the Business Advantages for Scholastically Inclined Students or BASIS, program students are challenged to solve problems using foundational business principles. Students have an opportunity to spend two weeks on the beautiful PVAMU campus, be taught by business faculty and interact with business students. Enriching presentations, experiential learning exercises and trips to local businesses inspire
The PVAMU College of Business Career Forum is not a typical career event. The program begins with company representatives introducing their organization at the beginning and is followed by a reception where students mix and mingle with guests to learn more about their organizations and discuss their fit for employment opportunities. College of Business-supported
College of Business scholarship applications for fall 2015 and spring 2016 now available. Follow this link for application http://www.pvamu.edu/business/current-students/scholarship-information/
Forty-three business majors were invited to join Beta Gamma Sigma. Membership in BGS is the highest recognition a business student anywhere in the world can receive in an undergraduate, master's or doctoral program at a school accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International). In order to be eligible for an
Forty-eight undergraduate and graduate students and Associate Professor of Finance Dr. Henry “He” Huang received invitations for membership to Beta Gamma Sigma. More than 75 percent accepted the invitation earning the PVAMU BGS chapter the prestigious Exemplary Chapter award from the International Beta Gamma Sigma Society. This honor affords the chapter with special recognition as