Business and economics news

Isaiah Gritters, a biology-health professions, chemistry, business administration/finance and economics major from Pella, Iowa, received Faculty Honors during Northwestern College’s commencement exercises on May 11.

Seven presentations given by Northwestern College faculty and staff have been added to the TED video library on YouTube.

Five Northwestern College seniors recently recorded a top score in the international Business Strategy Game, a dynamic online simulation in which participants are assigned the task of running an athletic footwear company.

The Northwestern College business department has been formally granted reaffirmation of accreditation by the International Accreditation Council for Business Education (IACBE).

A minor in project management, to begin next fall, is the latest offering from the Northwestern College business and economics department.

Dr. Jenny Song, assistant professor of business at Northwestern College, served as first editor of “Servant-Leadership, Feminism, and Gender Well-Being: How Leaders Transcend Global Inequities through Hope, Unity, and Love.”

Eleven Northwestern College professors will conduct research and pursue further study this summer with funding from the Northwestern College Scholarship Grants program.

Misael Bruzzone, an economics major from Paraguay who earned minors in philosophy and statistics, received Faculty Honors during Northwestern College’s commencement exercises on May 14.

Dr. Jiying (Jenny) Song, assistant professor of business at Northwestern College, has been named the 2022 recipient of the college’s Faculty Excellence in Faith and Learning Award. She was honored during commencement exercises on May 14.

Northwestern College’s 2021 graduates have achieved a 99% placement rate, with 84% employed and 15% in grad school within six months of graduation.

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