Recently, finance and accounting professionals from more than 24 tribal governments from around the country were on the Oklahoma State University campus for professional and leadership development at the Introductory Tribal Finance and Accounting Certificate Program.
Having women in leadership roles benefits organizations in multiple ways; however, making sure women are ready for these positions is a goal of the OSU Spears School of Business, which is launching a new Executive Women’s Business Leadership Certificate Program this fall.
Seniors Abby Allison, Alicia Cornelius, Mallory King and Peyton Smith are going out in style after teaming up to win first place in the Spears School of Business second annual Undergraduate Case Competition April 15.
Wesley Hobbs, a senior from Ponca City, Oklahoma, is graduating in May with an International Business degree. Hobbs gravitated to his field of study after realizing he had a wide variety of interests and wanted a major that gave him the most opportunities to balance his love for languages, culture and travel.
In this two-day live, virtual conference, you will gain insights on creating productive, inspired workplaces. Hear from leaders in different industries about forming attractive workplace cultures at your organization.
Oklahoma State University Spears School of Business invites energy professionals to the 15th Annual Energy Conference on April 26 at the Hamm Institute for American Energy in Oklahoma City from 9 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. It will also be available via livestream.
Whether it’s identity thieves, phishing scammers, or ransomware, cybercriminals are always finding new ways to attack. So, it’s more important than ever for security professionals to communicate, share and learn from each other. That’s why the OSU Spears School of Business is hosting its two-day virtual Cyber Security Conference on April 19 (9 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.) and April 20 (9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.).
Most would agree that the current economic landscape is driving change for the U.S. workforce. But in what ways? The Spears School of Business invites you to join us on Feb. 23 in a wide-ranging conversation covering trends and pressing issues that affect today’s workforce. Choose to attend in person in Oklahoma City or via livestream.
The Southern Management Association accepted the paper “Overlooked Aspect of Measurement: Does the Content of Verbal Anchors Matter?,” which was co-authored by Spears School of Business’s Dr. Lisa Schurer Lambert and students in the Executive Ph.D. in Business program.
Dr. Kevin So, associate professor in the School of Hospitality and Tourism Management, Spears Business, was named on the 2021 Highly Cited Researchers list from Clarivate, a data and analytics company.
Oklahoma State University Executive Ph.D. faculty showed up big time for the Southern Management Association’s (SMA) 2021 conference in New Orleans as Dr. Alexis Smith Washington took her seat as a new board member and Dr. Lisa Schurer Lambert began her tenure as the association’s president.