Business Management

The Daly News

News and doings from Daly Hall.

  • Brent Longenecker ’16 is helping customers keep the smile in the Amazon buying experience. 

  • Audrey Utchen’s senior capstone project in business management, “Shift Happens: The Rise of Women in American Business Leadership,” explores diversity in the workplace. She took departmental honors for her project, which she’ll present this Thursday, April 27, in the Underwood Lobby.

  • A $1 million gift from trustee and investor-relations expert Rebecca Corbin Loree ’00 will give students new opportunities for launching career plans.

  • Next semester, Alex Smith ’17, will be starting a master’s in accounting at the College of William and Mary. But first, he used his Senior Capstone Experience to take a hard look at student loan debt.
  • From his experience at Perdue Farms and nearly 30 years at Tasty Kake, Dr. Joseph Bauer continues to instill his valuable knowledge to his Business Management students.

  • Life is no vacation when you’ve got two theses to work on. So double business and history major Holly Chisholm ’17 decided to write hers about the American vacation.
  • Throw out all of your stereotypes about people who work with lumber. In her Senior Capstone Experience, Eden Kloetzli ’17, is diving into the world of salvage lumber with business savvy and an authentic appreciation for the historic Eastern Shore.
  • Paul Reed Smith, guitar master and business innovator, will visit campus on April 13 to receive an honorary degree and keynote the J.C. Jones Seminar in American Business.
  • Mary John Miller, the former Under Secretary for Domestic Finance for the U.S. Treasury, on April 5 will be the featured speaker for the George Washington Leadership Series and the Holstein Program in Ethics. 
  • Nicholas Longworth ’12 leads the automation team at Dixon Valve & Coupling in Chestertown.
  • As part of the George Washington Leadership Series, on Nov. 14, CNBC’s Rick Santelli will moderate a discussion with Jeffrey M. Lacker, president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, and Brian Rogers, chairman and CIO of T. Rowe Price.