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Dividend The official online magazine of the Carson College of Business

NomAd feature

Founded by Friedl as a project for the WSU Business Plan Competition, NomAd is a network of digital billboards that are small enough to be carried in specialized backpacks by students across college campuses. Known as NomAd walkers, these human-powered billboards act as online, digitally capable advertisements for companies out in the real, interactive world. » More ...

Thalia DeLeon Feature

When Thalia DeLeon (’17 Mgmt.) was a child growing up in Othello, Washington, surrounded by agriculture, she watched her entrepreneurial father plant seeds of a different sort as he developed several small businesses and dreamed of creating a community event center. As a single father, he impressed upon DeLeon and her older sister the importance of getting an education, and he hoped one or both of them would follow in his footsteps. » More ...

Job Negotiation Workshop Feature

Rarely does the perfect job in the perfect location just fall into the laps of newly minted college graduates. And, for tomorrow’s business leaders, a stellar GPA is not enough. Leadership, communication and negotiating skills, problem solving abilities, and teamwork are equally, if not more important. A freshman survey conducted by the Higher Education Research Institute showed more than 86 percent of college freshmen attend college to get a better job. The Carson Center for Student Success is focused on empowering students to meet this goal. » More ...

Senior Living Momentum Feature

With advances in technology, hospitality and recreation services, and other amenities, today’s senior living communities are becoming much more synonymous with Jimmy Buffet’s “Margaritaville” than Johnny Cash’s “Home of the Blues.” In fact, Buffett is opening a chain of retirement communities inspired by his classic song: a $1 billion collaboration will create 7,000 homes in Daytona Beach, Florida, offering active adults 55 and older unmatched recreation, dining, and night life experiences. » More ...

Patrick Dooley Feature

When the elderly and their families are facing possibly the worst crisis of their lives, Carson College of Business graduates can make a difference by contributing their expertise across many disciplines to any of the nearly 40,000 U.S. senior living communities. » More ...