Have you ever thought about completing an MBA course? Obtaining this type of qualification has the potential to open up a wide range of career opportunities.
The number of students attending traditional colleges to obtain an MBA degree has fallen over the last two years.
Taking an MBA course can be a seriously important decision to make, and can be your ticket to a whole wealth of new opportunities.
Canadian Mennonite University in Winnipeg, Manitoba, will accept graduate students into the Collaborative MBA program this fall.
New EMU graduate certificates in business administration and organizational leadership serve professional needs
Eastern Mennonite University will offer two new graduate certificates in business administration and organizational leadership, beginning in the fall of 2015.
Becker’s Hospital Review has named University of Virginia Medical Center to its 2014 list of “100 hospitals with great women’s health programs.”
The University of Virginia announced that Scott C. Beardsley has been selected as the ninth dean of the University of Virginia Darden School of Business.
Parker Bows is one of the leading manufacturers of compound bows, crossbows and crossbow accessories in the United States. And it wouldn’t be there if not for its long-standing partnership with Vector Industries.
Enrollment at Eastern Mennonite University this fall set new records, including a record-high number of students who are ethnic minorities or come from other countries.
Nancy Dunlap, MD, PhD, MBA, will step down as dean of the University of Virginia School of Medicine at the end of her term in November.
The University of Virginia Health System in collaboration with UVA Licensing & Ventures Group (LVG) launched the UVA Children’s Hospital app, a tool that will allow parents and families to personalize their hospital experience.
Richmond women’s basketball head coach Michael Shafer announced the hiring of assistant coach John Miller and Director of Basketball Operations Crystal Williams, who will complete the 2014-15 Richmond women’s basketball staff Monday afternoon.
A one-week residency featuring a nationally-known author-speaker will kick off the new Collaborative Master of Business Administration program started by three Mennonite colleges.
The Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library Foundation announced last week that six members have joined its Board of Trustees: Dr. Bryan LeBeau of Leavenworth Kansas; Janet Marks of Monterey Massachusetts; Hillel Maximon also of Monterey Massachusetts; Harry Warthen of Manakin-Sabot, Virginia; and General Theodore G. Shuey of Staunton Virginia.
Two UVA Children’s Hospital specialties – neonatology and urology – are nationally ranked in the 2014-2015 U.S. News & World Report “Best Children’s Hospitals” guide.
The Augusta Health Cancer Program will celebrate National Cancer Survivor Day on Sunday, June 1 from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm at the Augusta Community Care Building.
Bettina K. Ring began work this week as only the seventh State Forester of Virginia in the 100-year-history of the Virginia Department of Forestry. She was appointed by Gov. Terry McAuliffe just four weeks ago.
As part of the Virginia Acts on Climate campaign, Virginia Interfaith Power & Light and Sierra Club partnered with Eastern Mennonite University today to host an Earth Day forum, showcasing the school’s energy efficiency and sustainability accomplishments.
Eastern Mennonite University leaders, Sierra Club, Virginia Interfaith Power & Light sponsor “Virginia Acts on Climate” clean energy showcase
The story at the end of the miserable 2013 UVa. football season was that it was a big recruiting haul in the Class of 2014 that was saving Mike London.
Eastern Mennonite University is holding an “open house” for its masters in business administration degree program 6 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 15, in room 301 on third floor of the Campus Center. Persons can meet the MBA co-directors, Ron Stoltzfus and Tony Smith and current students and get information on EMU’s MBA program. Light refreshments will […]
Most business courses find students and instructors meeting in stuffy classrooms – not this one. At least, not entirely. A short-term summer course at Eastern Mennonite University, Stewardship, Innovation and Social Entrepreneurship, will include field trips in the city of Staunton and in the great outdoors, specifically in the Big Meadows area of Shenandoah National […]