The Women in Technology Club, focused on attracting women to technical careers and preparing them for success as a woman in the industry, will launch this fall on the Stillwater campus of Oklahoma State University.
Two Oklahoma State University business analytics students were awarded the prestigious Early Career Professional Network (ECPN) scholarships to attend and present their research at the 2023 INFORMS Business Analytics Conference in Aurora, Colorado.
A pair of Oklahoma State University business analytics teams made up of graduate students were among the top three finishers recently at the AI for Good: Machine Learning in 5G Challenge, sponsored by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU).
A group of Oklahoma State University business analytics students won first place while competing against 25 other teams from across the world at the GeoAI Challenge, hosted by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU).
Spears Business has launched Spears Peer Leaders, a mentorship program aimed at helping undergraduate business students navigate the college process, find resources at Spears and OSU, and connect with student organizations.
Six students in the nationally recognized Hospitality and Tourism Management program were among participants earlier this month at the Future Leaders Forum at IMEX America at Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas.
The OSU case competition is a yearly internal competition that presents MBA students with real-life business case scenarios. Student teams work together to problem solve and present solutions to a panel of judges. Teams have been preparing for this competition all semester as part of Dr. Matt Bowler’s professional development course.
Twenty years ago, Luciano Cunha sat in the Oklahoma State University Business Building daydreaming about his career after graduating from the Spears Business MBA program. He knew then that his education would help elevate his career to new heights and set personal goals of becoming a c-suite executive.
Dr. Lex Smith Washington, associate professor in the Department of Management, Spears Business, was the recipient of the 2022 Sucheta Nadkarni Award for Outstanding Publication on Women Executive Leadership for co-authoring the 2019 paper, Making the invisible visible: Paradoxical effects of intersectional invisibility on the career experiences of executive Black women.