The Center for Sales and Service Excellence (CSSE) at Oklahoma State University has been accepted as an associate member of the University Sales Center Alliance (USCA), a consortium of sales educators who are dedicated to advancing the sales profession through teaching, research and outreach.
Oklahoma State University Career Services recently awarded Spears Business professor Sarah Johnson with the Career Champion Award for 2020. Johnson is the assistant department head and an instructor of professional practice in the School of Accounting.
Harry Lim from Malaysia is our January Graduate Global Student of the Month. Harry has his bachelor’s and master’s in industrial engineering from Oklahoma State and is currently pursuing his master’s in business administration.
Dr. Corey Baham is one of several faculty from across the nation to receive recognition from the Journal of Information Systems Education (JISE) for earning one of the organization’s top annual publication awards.
The artwork of Spears Business student Saghar Mirtarazjani has won a spot in the Oklahoma State University 2021 Celebrating Black Lives Art Contest and will be exhibited in the Student Union Jan. 18-29.
Our Undergraduate Global Student of the Month is Vivienne Sander. A native of Wolfsburg, Germany, Vivienne is currently pursuing her undergraduate degree in Management with a minor in International Business.
An Oklahoma native, West studied anthropology and archaeology at the University of Tulsa where he earned a bachelor’s degree before taking a new direction in his career when he began working for hotels and resorts in Colorado where he discovered a passion for the hospitality industry.
Jerry Rackley, longtime marketing faculty member in OSU’s Spears School of Business, has been named assistant head and assistant professor of professional practice in the School of Marketing and International Business.
Dr. Kevin Kam Fung So joined the OSU School of Hospitality and Tourism Management as William E. Davis Professor and associate professor in hospitality and tourism management in fall 2020. A native of southern China, So enrolled at Griffith University in Queensland, Australia, in 2006 where he received a bachelor’s degree in business management majoring in hotel management, and in December 2013 was awarded a doctorate in hospitality and tourism management.
Oklahoma State’s Business Analytics and Data Science (BAnDS) program held its annual case competition Oct. 30. Fifteen teams of the program’s graduate students competed against each other using a case featuring an international hotel chain.
Our November Graduate Global Student of the Month is Emmanuella Takyiwah Obeng. A native of Ghana, officially the Republic of Ghana, Emmanuella is currently pursuing her Masters in Quantitative Financial Economics.