CLIMB Presents 2013 Outstanding Business Leader Award
CSUSM CLIMB has selected Art Barter, owner and chairman of Datron World Communications, Inc. and founder and CEO of Servant Leadership Institute as its Outstanding Business Leader for 2013.
Stone Taps into Senior Experience [Video]
Meet Innovator & Entrepreneur Sean Callahan
A serial entrepreneur, Sean Callahan '04 isn't afraid to take risks and work hard — in fact, you could say that he thrives on it.
Entrepreneur Shows Students the Ropes
On the first day of every new class, Jim Hamerly covers a subject not in the course description: himself. “I tell them who I am, where I came from and why I do what I do,” he said.
Congratulations to a CoBA Lecturer
Klaus can often be found scoping out destinations and studying corporations and business strategies from across the globe. The research isn’t personal: Klaus is searching for internships and other learning opportunities for our business students.
A CoBA Faculty Member Leaves a Legacy
Passionate about education and inspired by the deep-rooted innovative spirit of CSUSM, Marketing Professor Glen Brodowsky has ensured that his legacy will continue on in perpetuity at the University through his charitable bequest of real estate. It is his intention that assets from his Idyllwild home will one day transfer through his will and establish an endowed professorship in his name.
Senior Experience Brings Book Smarts to Businesses
Two decades ago, a group of business majors at Cal State San Marcos rolled up their sleeves and got to work at local businesses as part of a pilot project that introduced real-world experience to the college curriculum.
3rd Annual CoBA Wine, Food & Brew Festival a Success
The third annual Wine, Food & Brew Festival to benefit the university's College of Business Administration treated a record 500 guests to local microbrews and fine wines as area restaurants tempted them with dishes such as rosemary chicken-flavored pasta and margherita pizza.
LPL Financial Charitable Foundation Donates Largest Single Scholarship in CSUSM History
A 28-year-old Marine veteran and business student has received the largest single scholarship in Cal State San Marcos history.