3-2 business program puts Pfeiffer student on the fast track to success
As a part of the 3-2 business program, Pfeiffer University student Vontenea Williams is gaining real-world experience that will help her to be successful when she graduates this December—with a bachelor’s and a master’s degree.
Pfeiffer University students bring home awards from state business competition
Several Pfeiffer University students brought home awards during the 59th annual North Carolina Phi Beta Lambda State Leadership Conference held in Charlotte, N.C., April 11-14.
Phi Beta Lambda is a national association of college and university students who are interested in careers in business. Its mission is to bring business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs.
Pfeiffer University welcomes new faculty for 2012-13 academic year
Dr. Kenneth Bandy to head new Division of Business for undergraduate and graduate programs
Pfeiffer University announces the hiring of 16 new members to its undergraduate and graduate faculties for the start of the 2012-13 academic year. In addition, a new overall academic structure has been implemented, a change that accommodates the development of and encourages innovation in Pfeiffer’s academic programs.
Fulbright Award recipient continues to share her experiences abroad through online media
Anne Murray, PHR, Ph.D., of Winston-Salem, N.C., a professor in Pfeiffer University’s Master of Science in Leadership program, received a Fulbright award to teach in Romania for the 2012-13 academic year.
While abroad, Dr. Murray, who has taught at Pfeiffer since 1999, is teaching Organizational Behavior and Human Resources at the College of Communication and Public Relations in the National University of Political Studies and Public Administration in Bucharest. Her intent is to teach American approaches to these subjects while comparing and contrasting them to approaches of the European Union.
Business Students Attend Doing Business in Fast-Growing Africa Conference in Charlotte
On April 27, Professor Chris Howard and business students John Anderson, Chadd Marburger, Alena Krutkina and Chad Nicholson attended the Doing Business in Fast-Growing Africa conference in Charlotte. Chad Nicholson, International Business Club president, was responsible for helping to recruit students with an interest in international business to this conference.
Throughout the day, expert panelists shared insight for doing business in Africa, which included topics such as franchising, banking, entrepreneurship, impact and social investing and infrastructure.
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- Pfeiffer University’s Accounting Society Offering Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Program and Free Assisted Self Tax Preparation (FAST) in Partnership with Internal Revenue Service
- North Carolina Cisco Instructor Meeting and the Spring Conference Held