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2017 News

Sean Berry gives his presentation at the Stock Pitch Competition. Click to read more.

Center for Excellence in Finance Hosts First Ever Stock Pitch Competition

December 15, 2017

Four teams of CSU, Chico students put their analytical skills to the test at the first ever Chico State Stock Pitch Competition. 


Next-Gen Wildcat team working together on a laptop.

Next-Gen Wildcats Helps High School Students Discover Business Information Systems

November 30, 2017

Nearly 70 high school students visited Chico State, giving them the opportunity to discover and experience first-hand business majors and careers in the information systems field.

CSU, Chico Southwest Sales Competition team. Click to read more.

Student Takes Home 3rd Place at the Liberty Mutual Southwest Sales Competition

November 6, 2017

On Thursday, October 12, four CSU, Chico students traveled to Houston, Texas, to represent the College of Business Seufferlein Sales Program.

A preview of a page from “Angels Power.” Click to read more.

With Crowdfunding Support, "Angels" Gets Its Wings

October 26, 2017

Alumna Amélie Hutt set her $10,000 funding goal, surpassing it in just five days. And by the time her campaign ended earlier this month, it had raised $24,271 from 508 backers.

Max Dickstein (left) and Timothy Goebel (right), two College of Business Rawlins Award Recipients. Click to read more.

Two College of Business students named Rawlins Award Recipients

October 17, 2017

Twelve students with major achievements in the classroom and in the community were honored in a special ceremony on October 16 as recipients of the 36th annual Lieutenant Robert Merton Rawlins Merit Award. Two of the award winners, come from the College of Business

Kyungmin Yeo (left) tutors student Mohammed Khan (right) in the Business Student Success Center. Click to read more.

New Offerings from the Business Student Success Center

September 14, 2017

Three specially designed programs have been incorporated into the center this fall, bolstering student support with an emphasis on supporting low-income students, students involved in business clubs and organizations, and international students.

Joe Liu and his wife, Danielle, are the first volunteers for the Faculty-in-Residence (FIR) program and moved into Sutter Hall in August. Click picture to read more.

Hey, Joe! Faculty-(and Friend)-in-Residence Finds a Home in Sutter

September 11, 2017

Joe Liu is an assistant professor in the Department of Management within the College of Business. He and his wife, Danielle, are the pioneer volunteers for a campus initiative set forth by Student Affairs and University Housing.

Students from left to right: Ben Panconi, Krisma Root, Briana Adams, Max Dickstein, Alex Swindell, Austin Burback, John-Charles Roeckl-Navazio, Noah Duncan, Avery Wolfe, Dominic Lucia, Olivia Gulsvig, Nathan Wiley.

Seufferlein Sales Program Launches New Advanced Selling Class

July 5, 2017

Student entrance for this class was based on a panel review surrounding students’ proven sales performance, capabilities, potential, and qualifications to compete in advanced selling competitions.

Lending his expertise, Nick Howell serves as outreach and program coordinator for the Wildcat Leadership Institute, and worked as involvement coordinator, at Chico State’s Student Life and Leadership.

Passion Drives Propensity to Do It All

May 15, 2017

When Nick Howell begins listing his majors (two), minors (two plus a paralegal certificate), and activities he's involved in across campus (too many to list on both hands), it's easy to forget something, simply because the list is so long. 

Alumna Leslie Thole teaching in the classroom as part of Executives on Campus.

College of Business Alumni Inspire Students in the Classroom

May 12, 2017

Executives on Campus gave students a chance to meet and network directly with CEOs, vice presidents, partners, and other high-profile alumni who have grown to be experts in their field since graduating from Chico State.

Koichi Matsumoto pitches Golden Milestone Co. as competitors are challenged to present their best business concepts to a multitude of guest judges for a chance to win prizes during the Center for Entrepreneurship Pitch Party event on Wednesday, April 12, 2017 in Chico, Calif. (Jason Halley/University Photographer)

eMonth Brings Entrepreneurs to Chico State

May 11, 2017

CSU, Chico's Center for Entrepreneurship has officially dubbed April "eMonth" in celebration of an entire month of events dedicated to entrepreneurship. Every week featured panels of successful entrepreneurs to share the secrets to their success. 

Biz Talks Cofounders Sean Woulfe (left) and Kiaya Sabolovic (right)

Chico State's Biz Talks Connects Students With Industry Influencers

April 13, 2017

Accounting or entrepreneurship? Finance or marketing? Biz Talks, a program started by two College of Business alums, helps students determine their future career paths.

Students and faculty from the APICS West Coast Student Case Competition stand together to pose for a photo.

Students Compete in APICS West Coast Student Case Competition

March 1, 2017

Five CSU, Chico students had the opportunity to compete at the national-level during the APICS Student Case Competition. The competition included 23 teams from various universities, and over 210 students participated.

Showing outfits appropriate for casual work events, one woman student models a white blouse, tan jeans, and dress pumps. Another student wears a tan blazer, white silk blouse, and dark-wash jeans, and dressy flat shoes.

Dress for Success Event Tackles Professional Dos, Don'ts

February 27, 2017

Do tattoos, argyle socks, and distressed jeans belong in the workplace? Students found out what's appropriate for interviews at Dress for Success, a combination fashion show, business mentoring session, and stand-up comedy hour.

VITA Site Coordinator Cheyne Thompson (right) helps Jim Renlunt (center) and Inez Francis (left) with their tax forms at the Chico Area Recreation Center on Monday, March 7, 2016 in Chico, Calif.  The Beta Alpha Psi, an honorary organization for financial information students and professionals, has once again partnered with the International Revenue Service to provide free tax-preparation services.  (Jason Halley/University Photographer)

Students Offer Free Tax-Preparation Services

January 27, 2017

CSU, Chico's chapter of Beta Alpha Psi will offer free tax-preparation services in partnership with the Internal Revenue Service, starting February 1.

Steve Goodall (left) with Dean Judy Hennessey (right)

Steve Goodall Selected as 2017 Distinguished Alumnus

January 26, 2017

Every year the College of Business selects one alumnus to celebrate for their professional accomplishments. This year's distinguished alumnus award winner is former President & CEO of J.D. Power and Associates Steve Goodall ('78). 

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