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OSU graduate student Jayci Robison is a force to be reckoned with in the classroom and on the basketball court, but it wasn’t long ago that she woke up surrounded by concerned teammates and coaches after passing out at her championship basketball game. This was the beginning of a journey she is still navigating today.
Those who know Matt Bowler best would describe him as driven, and those who hardly know him at all would describe him as energetic and passionate. These are the characteristics Bowler is applying to his new role as the interim director of Oklahoma State University’s Master of Business Administration program.
New Master of Business Administration program manager Crystal Wilson has spent her life serving others, and now she is bringing that same passion for service to the Oklahoma State University MBA program.
Last November, Master of Business Administration students elected several officers to represent the student body and advocate for the students’ best interests as part of the MBA Student Association (MBAA).
Oklahoma State University’s online MBA program and other online graduate programs in the Spears School of Business were once again recognized among the nation’s best in the 2019 U.S. News and World Report Best Online MBA and Graduate Business Program rankings.
Oklahoma State University’s new Business Building has endless noteworthy attributes, but the one that really sticks out to MBA students is room 247 ‒ the Graduate Student Lounge.
Oklahoma State University’s School of Entrepreneurship was recognized as one of the top schools in the nation for the sixth time since 2012 in rankings published by The Princeton Review and featured in the December issue of Entrepreneur magazine.
Steven Vekony, a second-semester MBA student, walks into his Business Finance class on a normal Thursday morning dressed in a white, starched button-up shirt, a noticeably flashy belt buckle and orange and black cowboy boots. He is toting with him a bag large enough to carry a body, a large dog or perhaps the head of Pistol Pete.