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Business Management

The Daly News

News and doings from Daly Hall.

  • In the art studio

    A new minor in Arts Management and Entrepreneurship supports students in the creative arts disciplines.

  • Students at work in the Brown Advisory Investing Lab.
    Thanks to a $1 million grant, WC’s Department of Business Management will create the Warehime Fund for Student Excellence in Business, allowing new opportunities for student research, entrepreneurship, professional networking, and other initiatives.
  • Mark Christie '18 is using his theatre degree to raise important social questions.
    Most people start conversations with a word. Mark Christie starts them with a character, a stage, and questions that aren’t always easy to answer.
  • Students study in the newly dedicated Brown Advisory Lab.

    For the first time since its inception in 2008, The Brown Advisory Student-Managed Investment Fund has gone over the $1 million mark.

  • Wilmington Networking Event
  • Louis L. Goldstein ’35 was Maryland’s chief financial officer for nearly four decades.
    Michael Harvey, the John S. Toll Professor who specializes in leadership studies in the Department of Business Management, remembers the iconic political figure on what would have been his 106th birthday.
  • This soap is good for body and soul.

    What started out as a student initiative to spread sanitation awareness has become a sustainable business venture for Kent Center, creating jobs for adults with disabilities.

  • Emma Silber ’19
    A business management major who serves as vice president of Washington College’s chapter of the American Marketing Association has been tapped to receive a 2018 Sigma Beta Delta (SBD) Fellowship Award.
  • Pictured left to right: Professor Caddie Putnam Rankin, Mark Blumberg ’19, Evan Laking ’18, Emma Silber ’19...
    Junior business management majors Mark Blumberg, Kristi Kozlowski, and Emma Silber, along with graduating senior Evan Laking, were inducted into Sigma Beta Delta.
  • Washington College has begun a new collaboration with Wake Forest University.

    Partnering with Wake Forest University, Washington College opens up a new opportunity for students who are seeking a master’s degree in management.

  • Tom Polen, president of BD (Becton, Dickinson and Company), a leading global medical technology company, will speak at the...

    Global medical technology business leader Tom Polen, president of BD (Becton, Dickinson and Company), will join College President Kurt Landgraf on April 16 in a discussion about leadership skills and the future of medical technology. 

  • Austin Allen '20 Intern at Hearst Television
    This summer, Evan Savoth ’20, Corbin Loree summer marketing and social media intern, has been gathering student summer internship experiences and sharing them on our social media pages. Read on to see what some of our students have been doing this summer!
  • Rebecca Corbin Loree ’00

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

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

  • Business management major Austin Hepburn ’18
    Austin Hepburn ’18, a business management major writing his senior thesis on a small cap bank on Pennsylvania’s Main Line, is the first Washington College student to be awarded a scholarship from Risk Management Association.
  • 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.

  • Paul Reed Smith on April 13 will be the speaker for the J.C. Jones Seminar in American Business.
    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, former Under Secretary for Domestic Finance, speaks at the College on April 5.
    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.