• Sigma Iota Epsilon - IBM Visit - 2019 SIE visits IBM

    A group of management majors recently paid a visit to the IBM offices in Herndon, Va. to get an insider’s perspective on the process of consulting.

  • Lauren Calderaro, Samantha Dawkins and Charlie Dean Making the connections that matter

    Many CoB students take advantage of professional development opportunities at the College of Business that open doors to their careers, even before they graduate.

  • Wheel Chair Basketball - 2019 Undergraduate research program sees success with disability sports

    Josh Pate brought his interest in disability sport into the research arena, and with the help of a motivated undergraduate student produced the first publication from the REU for the Hart School.

  • Sam Collier and Anna Boley of the Office of Professional Development and Engagement - 2019 New Office 205M—new name, new face

    The Office of Professional Development and Engagement at the College of Business begins the 2019-2020 academic year with a new name and a new face.

  • Averill Wong and Danielle Bragale are Girls Who Invest - 2019 Summer program spurs investment interest

    This summer Danielle Bragale was JMU’s first student to participate in Girls Who Invest, a learning, mentorship and internship program designed to increase the number of women in asset management careers.

  • Biz Lab Logo - 2019 BizLab at JMU Ice House open for business

    What do SBDC and CIS have in common, other than being initialisms? Both helped found The BizLab at JMU Ice House.

  • cis-434-mentors-meeting-tom-dillon-2019-172x103.jpg Internships, alumni mentorship, employment: CIS 434

    Are there barometers for the success of experiential learning at the CoB and JMU hiding in plain sight? CIS professor Tom Dillon believes he has found one in his current CIS 434 consulting class.

  • CIS434 Syllabus with Consulting Excellence plaque CIS 434: A model of engaged learning

    Fall classes don’t start for several more weeks, but CIS professor Tom Dillon is already excited about the potential for his upcoming CIS 434 consulting class. 

  • Marketing and IBUS students during the Colombia - Panama Study Abroad Trip - 2019 - Photo by Julia Thompson Finding a Solution Together

    Global supply chain management students from JMU combined their efforts with students from a Colombian university to help cocoa farmers in Columbia learn ways they can better participate in the global economy.

  • CoB Student helping a client with taxes during VITA program - 2018 Tax season kicks off with community program

    February 1 saw the start of the annual James Madison University Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program (VITA), where students provide tax services for community members with a household income of less than $65,000.

  • Michelle Hesse gives talk on charitable food programs - 2018 Examining non-profit challenges in the classroom

    Michelle Hesse, current director of agency relations for the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank, lead discussions in Carey Cole’s COB204 CIS/BSAN classes about the challenges of charitable food programs. 

  • Generic CoB News Image Booz Allen Hamilton Incubator Challenge

    JMU’s annual Booz Allen Hamilton (BAH) Incubator Challenge is a chance for students to approach a real-world problem in a collaborative environment.

  • CoB Students in a lecture hall Career Kickstart Event

    More than 500 students gathered on a recent Saturday morning to participate in this year’s Career Kickstart.

  • CFE Students in groups -  Princeton - 2018 CFE Takes Students on Networking Venture to Princeton

    Twenty-five member cohort (including three exchange students from Zambia and Kosovo) also meets with alumni and business leaders in NYC.


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