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Jha works with Sumy State University in Ukraine and implemented the Collaborative Online International Learning program in 2019

WSU hospitality and tourism professor receives international recognition

LAUREN RENDAHL, Evergreen reporter December 6, 2023

Close collaboration within the global hospitality and tourism industry is how a WSU professor found himself on the International Hospitality Institute’s list of the top 100 most influential people in...

Nancy Swanger was one of four American honorees.

Carson College of Business associate professor recognized by United Nations

JOSIE GOODRICH, Reporter/Copy Editor January 23, 2023

What once started as a little classroom curriculum soon became the mother degree for its course, something not even the United Nations could ignore.  On Sept. 22, 2022, Nancy Swanger was one of 50...

School for Field Studies students receive a lecture on glaciers in Chilean Patagonia, Mar. 25.

Cougs go global with study abroad programs

JOSIAH PIKE, Evergreen news co-editor August 17, 2022

From Spain to Dubai, WSU studying abroad programs give all students the opportunity to travel around the world.  During the summer, WSU held three faculty-led study abroad programs, in which students...

Cleofa Vargas was recently elected as the Carson College of Business Senator.

Number of ASWSU Senate candidates at record low

JOSIAH PIKE, Evergreen news co-editor April 11, 2022

This March’s ASWSU Senate elections had a record-low number of candidates, with only six people running for office. This is considered a low number for ASWSU Senate races, said ASWSU Pro Tempore Katie...

A $1.5 million gift will be used to focus on the Carson College of Businesss top priorities, such as student engagement and diversity.

Anonymous donor gifts $1.5 million to WSU Accounting Department

LIAM CONNORS, Deputy news editor April 11, 2022

The WSU Accounting Department received a $1.5 million anonymous gift last week, which will be used to address student engagement, diversity and curriculum improvements. The donation will be instrumental...

The professional sales certificate program consists of five classes but usually takes around 2 years to complete.

WSU Pullman to offer professional sales certificate program

SAYDEE PHOTHIVONGSA, Evergreen news editor June 15, 2021

The WSU Professional Sales Program will expand to Pullman this fall from the Vancouver campus. During the program, students learn sales skills and management, said Ron Pimentel, Professional Sales Program...

Chad Mackay, Fire & Vine Hospitality CEO, said the company, through its scholarship, hopes to show its support for diversity and inclusion in universities across the nation. 

Scholarship focuses on increasing diversity in hospitality industry 

VICTORIA GIOMI, Evergreen reporter April 22, 2021

The WSU Carson College of Business is now offering the Fire & Vine Hospitality Scholarship, which gives seven $10,000 awards to incoming or first-year students with a declared major in hospitality...

Nick Delaney, chief development officer and WSU alumnus, said he wants to form relationships with other alumni.

Carson College of Business appoints alum as chief development officer

STEFFI LUDAHL, Evergreen reporter November 30, 2020

WSU’s Carson College of Business appointed a new chief development officer tasked with building on the college’s success by forming relationships with alumni from its online MBA program.  Nick...

Michelle Carter, associate professor for the Carson College of Business, said she focuses primarily on identifying implicit biases people have when they think about female professors.

Professor seeks to increase number of women working in information systems

ABBY DAVIS, Evergreen copy chief November 16, 2020

A group of women are working together to address gender inequality within academic information systems careers, where women occupy less than 30 percent of the field.  One of those group members is...

Before COVID-19, the Tom and Linda Nihoul Bloomberg Financial Laboratory was a place for students to study and do research. Now students can still access it remotely.

Students use financial lab to learn real-world skills

SADIE SALTER, Evergreen reporter October 22, 2020

WSU finance students have the opportunity to learn real-world financial and marketing skills through remote access to a financial laboratory financed by donations. The Tom and Linda Nihoul Bloomberg...

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