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  • Fall commencement
  • An economic perspective
  • Students and Alumni
  • "Practice Makes Perfect"
  • Entrepreneur Spotlight: Tina Banks

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Spring 2015


Georgia Southern University, College of Business, Office of Marketing & Media

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Georgia Southern University, College of Business, Allen C. Amason, Fall Commencement, Career services, Tina Banks, City Campus, MyDevice, College of Business Honors, Graduate Brunch, Homecoming, School of Accountancy, 2014 Meet the Firms, Executive-in-Residence Lecture, Rodger E. Herndon, Paula Y. Mooney, Jordan Totten, Bill Yang, Glenn Hubbard, Greg Brock, Vilnius University in Lithuania, TAG Savannah, Technology Association of Georgia, Logistics Roundtable, Augusta National Golf Club, Alex Clement, Society for Human Resource Management, Raise the Woof fundraiser, Humane Society of Statesboro and Bulloch County, Southern Management Association Conference, Steve Stewart, Mikelle Calhoun, Misty Loughry, Mary Beth Rousseau, Summit, Retail, Kathleen Gruben, International Collegiate Sales Competition, John Berry, Jordan Nemetz, Ashley Sweinhart, Austin Yonker, Ashley Sepaniak, David Beuttel, James Anderson, Shane Pennant, Nestle, Andi Wilson, Suzanne Hallman, Georgia Southern Business Innovation Group, Kidovations Educational Experience, Bureau of Business Research and Economic Development, BBRED, Dora Bock, Marketing Research, First Bank of Georgia, Small Business Development Center, SBDC, MBA Global Business Strategy team, Matthew Lovett, Phil Helmey, Kimberly Collins, John Leaptrott, Matthew Repella, Randy Brunson, Donnie Williams, Mertcan Tascioglu, Tyler Dunagan, Bernice Banks, Jamie Roop, Eagle Executive Network, Starting at the Top, Patrick G. Blanchard, Young Alumni Board, Pam Jones


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