Driven Analytics, a company started by one of our OU professional MBA competition teams, has been selected to compete against some of the world's top universities at the Rice Business Plan Competition at Rice University!
We are now inviting friends, family, students, faculty and alumni to vote by April 18 for our team, Driven Analytics, to win the $5,000 People’s Choice Award. To cast your vote, go to the following link, click on the button to the left of the team’s elevator pitch video (#12) and hit submit. Please show your support by voting.
Thank you to everyone who participated in the Diversity Town Hall meeting March 11. This will serve as a catalyst for our continued efforts to foster a diverse environment of people, programs, and ideas in Price College and beyond. For a full audio recording of the meeting, please visit this link to KGOU’s article.
Price College joins OU President David Boren in the denouncement of the recent deplorable acts committed by certain individuals and is working arm-in-arm with the President’s office to ensure we are doing all we can to foster an environment of access and inclusivity to a diversity of people, programs, and ideas.
Read a statement from OU President David Boren
Congratulations to the Price College student team who won first place at the Phillips 66-Enactus Business Ethics Case Competition Feb. 21 at Kansas State University. Pictured from left to right: Jacob Krysiak, Matthew Cassady, Professor Ana Bolino, May Segovia and Matthew Warner. This is only the second year Price students have participated in the competition, placing in the top two last year.
Congratulations to the accounting students who advanced to the PwC Challenge National Finals case competition. Only five out of the 46 universities that competed were selected to advance. The OU team was comprised of master's students Katie Foster and Travis Klempnauer, and undergraduate students Cathryn McKillop and Kaylee Shapiro.
The University of Oklahoma Price College of Business and the Review of Financial Studies are proud to present the 2015 OU Energy Finance Research Conference - Norman, Oklahoma - September 10 & 11, 2015. For more information and paper submission, please visit the conference website.
Dean Pullin recently appeared on the OCAST Radio Network to talk about the honors class, Career Paths in Entrepreneurship, where students participate in a new internship program managed by i2E. The students are working at client companies for four hours per week, which allows them to get a taste of working for a small business while staying respectful of their other commitments as full-time students. Listen to the show Or read the transcript (pdf).
Price College is now one among just a few business colleges to offer STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) degree programs. Beginning next fall, the Management Information Systems Division’s graduate program will offer classes relating to big data and cybersecurity, and will be referred to as a Master’s Program in Information Technology.
The Price College Center for Entrepreneurship continues to be ranked as a top program by the Princeton Review for 2015. The undergraduate program is ranked in the top 5 (#5) and the graduate program is in the top 20 (#18). Please visit the Princeton Review’s press release to view other college’s in the top 25.
Price College’s International Business Program was recently ranked as a top 25 program for the 10th consecutive year by U.S. News & World Report. To see what other programs made the list, visit the US News site.
The Price College MBA Program was recently ranked as a top 10 graduate business school (#7) by CollegeAtlas.org’s Best Business Schools for 2015.
Price College’s Supply Chain Management Division was recently ranked as a top 20 program in the nation by Gartner, a leading information technology research and advisory company. View the list and ranking rationale (pdf).
Thank you to everyone who joined us for the dedication of our Professional MBA Program's new facilities at the University Research Park at OU's Health Sciences Center in Oklahoma City. The event featured remarks from President Boren and Michael F. Price. More details about the event can be found in this article from the Oklahoman.
Check out this video about the Professional MBA Program’s new OKC facilities.
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