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YEA! Young Entrepreneurs Academy to launch program at WSU  
October 09, 2015

Applications are being accepted now for an innovative entrepreneurship education program targeting Detroit-area students from grades 6 to 12. An innovative program with a track record of success nationwide, the Young Entrepreneurs Academy, or YEA!, offers groundbreaking year-long classes that...

WSU launches new program to kick start an M.B.A. degree  
October 08, 2015

Highly qualified Wayne State University business students - and eligible transfer students - majoring in management or information systems management are now eligible to participate in the new Accelerated Graduate Enrollment (AGRADE) Program. AGRADE students can cut substantial time and as much...

WSU supply chain professor to travel to Poland on Fulbright grant  
October 06, 2015

Dr. Timothy Butler, associate professor of global supply chain management in the Wayne State University School of Business, will spend three weeks in Poland this fall thanks to a grant from the U.S. Department of State's Fulbright Specialist Program. The grant will allow Butler to work with...

WSU School of Business welcomes largest graduate class since 2011  
October 06, 2015

The official numbers are in, and they are giving faculty and administrators at the Wayne State University School of Business plenty of reasons to smile. At 855 students, the school’s fall 2015 graduate enrollment is its highest since 2011 and a 41 percent increase over last year. This...

WSU School of Business offers scholarship "top ups" to top freshmen and transfer students  
October 06, 2015

Wayne State University offers competitive scholarships to highly qualified freshmen and transfer students. Just by being a major in the School of Business, these students can now "top up" their maximum funding by as much as $1,500 per year for incoming freshmen and up to $2,500 per...

General Motors supports fifth annual Wayne State Supply Chain Case Competition   
October 05, 2015

General Motors and the Wayne State University School of Business are welcoming some of the top business students from around the world to Detroit for an in-depth look at the supply chain systems that support the automotive industry and its high-tech vehicles. The fifth annual General...

School of Business welcomes new career advisor  
October 05, 2015

The Career Planning and Placement (CPP) Office has announced the hiring of Maurice Traylor as Career Advisor, effective September 28. Prior to joining the WSU School of Business, Traylor worked in several areas of student support within higher education, including serving as the student...

S.E. Michigan Purchasing Managers Index remains steady despite some looming economic concerns  
October 01, 2015

The Southeast Michigan Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) rose one point from August to September, from 56.6 to 57.6, despite a significant drop in commodity prices that could potentially indicate a period of economic deflation. According to Nitin Paranjpe, global supply chain management faculty...