Mr. David Fallin, instructor, department of marketing, is the 2016 recipient of the Ralph E. Reitz Outstanding Teaching Award. David teaches large sections of Marketing 400. The committee reports he demonstrates a strong connection with his students. Continue reading “Fallin awarded 2016 Ralph Reitz outstanding teaching award”
In conjunction with Kansas State University’s graduation ceremonies on May 14, the College of Business Administration recognized 24 graduating seniors for achieving Professional Advantage Certification. Continue reading “Professional Advantage Certification earned by 24 College of Business Administration graduating seniors”
By Brent Fritzemeier
Gwinner, who has served as the interim dean since June 2015, is the Jon Wefald chair of business leadership and served as head of the marketing department from July 2005 to June 2015. He will continue to lead the college in areas of teaching, research, scholarship and outreach conducive with the college’s strategic 2025 goals. Continue reading “Gwinner named as College of Business Administration dean”
The National Strategic Selling Institute, NSSI, in the Kansas State University College of Business Administration is set to host its fourth annual benefit auction on Friday, April 29, at the Houston Street Ballroom.
The event is being organized by students in the institute’s advanced sales class, in conjunction with Pi Sigma Epsilon, the sales and marketing business fraternity. Continue reading “National Strategic Selling Institute to host fourth annual benefit auction”
Written by Tiffany Roney
Dawne Martin, assistant dean for diversity in the College of Business Administration, is one of six Kansas State University individuals receiving the 2016 Presidential Awards for going above and beyond in providing education, development and vision to students and professors.
The awards include a $5,000 honorarium sponsored by the university president’s office and Curtin Property Company, a real estate development firm with offices in Manhattan and Kansas City. Continue reading “Martin receives 2016 KSU Presidential Award”
Kansas State University National Strategic Selling Institute, or NSSI, director Dawn Deeter has been elected to leadership positions in two prestigious sales education organizations.
Deeter is the president of the University Sales Center Alliance, a consortium of sales centers established in 2002 that connects university faculty members with many different backgrounds and areas of expertise. Together, these credible and innovative educators advocate for the continuing advancement of the sales profession through teaching, research and outreach. Continue reading “NSSI director Dawn Deeter elected to leadership positions in pair of prestigious sales organizations”
A faculty-led study abroad program this spring saw 22 students in the Kansas State University College of Business Administration travel to Europe to gain a better understanding of the global marketplace.
The group, which was led by professor of marketing Swinder Janda, spent 10 days visiting the sites and touring international businesses in London and Munich. Continue reading “Study Abroad tour to Europe gives students a global outlook on business”
The Kansas State University Sales Cat team had a successful fall 2015 season, entering four national sales competitions around the country and bringing home several awards and prizes. Continue reading “University’s Sales Cat team finds success at several national sales competitions this fall”
Six students took home $2,500 in cash prizes as part of the recent Edward Jones Sales Competition, a collaboration between the National Strategic Selling Institute in Kansas State University’s College of Business Administration and Edward Jones. Continue reading “College of Business Administration’s Edward Jones Sales Competition awards $2,500 to students”
By Esther Swilley
Edward Nowlin, assistant professor of marketing, won the Best Paper in Sales Track 2015 from the Society for Marketing Advances. Continue reading “Marketing professor wins award for research on knowledge hoarding behavior of salespeople”