College of Business News Archive

Business students take home honors from SAM International Collegiate Competition
Marshall University’s chapter of the Society for the Advancement of Management (SAM) brought home 27 awards from the 2022 SAM International Business Conference this spring. It won first place in the Campus Chapter Performance Program for the Large Chapter Division.
Beta Gamma Sigma Class of 2022 inducted
Marshall University’s Lewis College of Business and Brad D. Smith Schools of Business inducted its Beta Gamma Sigma Class of 2022 in a ceremony April 22 in the Don Morris Room at the Memorial Student Center. Forty-four students were inducted in the Class of 2022, one of the largest in the chapter’s history.
Society for Human Resource Management welcomes new leader into its Hall of Distinction, presents Outstanding Young Professional award
The Marshall University Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) chapter has welcomed Michael Shrewsbury into its Hall of Distinction for the 2021-22 academic year, and presented its Outstanding Young Professional award to Jessica Tackett-Napier.
iCenter welcomes Shives as new entrepreneur in residence
Marshall’s iCenter in the Lewis College of Business has welcomed a new entrepreneur in residence. Ariana Shives is a UX and UI (user experience and user interface) designer. As entrepreneur in residence, Shives mentors students from the Brad D. Smith Student Incubator and supports the iCenter with innovation across the university.
Dutch Miller Auto Group commits $1 million to new College of Business facility
The Marshall University Foundation has announced that the Dutch Miller Auto Group has pledged a gift of $1 million in support of the Brad D. Smith Center for Business and Innovation at Marshall University.
Marshall to host Business Leadership Symposium April 14
The Lewis College of Business BB&T Center for Leadership at Marshall University will host the Business Leadership Symposium: Business Project Competition and Networking Event beginning at 5 p.m. Thursday, April 14, in the Don Morris Room of the Memorial Student Center on the Huntington campus.  The community is invited to attend.  
Marshall University to host West Virginia Governor’s School of Entrepreneurship this summer
West Virginia students in ninth, 10th and 11th grades interested in exploring entrepreneurship as a career can begin by applying to the West Virginia Governor’s School of Entrepreneurship (WVGSE), a three-week experience which will take place this summer on Marshall University’s Huntington campus. The faculty and staff of Marshall’s Lewis College of Business will host
Marshall recognized among the Princeton Review’s Best Business Schools
For the fourth year in a row, Marshall University’s Lewis College of Business, home of the Brad D. Smith Schools of Business, has been named among the nation’s most outstanding business schools, according to The Princeton Review®. The education services company chose the school for its list, Best Business Schools for 2022, posted at http://www.princetonreview.com/best-business-schools. The rankings are based on a review of master’s degree programs in business administration.
Groundbreaking ceremony held for Brad D. Smith Center for Business and Innovation
Marshall University’s Lewis College of Business and Brad D. Smith Schools of Business hosted a groundbreaking ceremony Wednesday morning for the Brad D. Smith Center for Business and Innovation in the 1400 block of 4th Avenue in Huntington. The facility is expected to open for students in the spring semester of 2024. Featured speakers included Marshall
Center for Executive Education and Certification to offer ‘Health Care Law Post COVID-19’ training seminar
The Center for Executive Education and Certification in Marshall University’s Lewis College of Business is offering continuing education training, “Health Care Law Post COVID-19” Oct. 22 – Nov. 5 via Video on Demand.