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Dividend The official online magazine of the Carson College of Business

Jeri Epperson Discovers Business in Ireland

Not many people can say they have jumped neck deep into a thousand-year-old Irish peat bog with new friends. But Jeri Epperson can, and did, on her study abroad trip to Ireland in May 2018. A 37-year-old working mother of two, this non-traditional Carson undergraduate spent five weeks in Dublin making new traditions, memories, and adventures of a lifetime with her family by her side. » More ...

Kamiak Coffee: A Globally Better Cup

As WSU freshmen Kyle O'Malley and Grant Schoenlein knew before they graduated they didn't want to follow a traditional career path. They developed a craft coffee idea (think fancy beer, but with coffee beans) fairly easily: being coffee lovers and "constant connoisseurs" unable to find a better cup, they decided to roast their own beans. From that decision, the two launched Kamiak Coffee Company in Moscow, Idaho. » More ...

Online MBA Ranked #13 by U.S. News & World Report

U.S. News & World Report ranked online MBA and executive MBA programs from Washington State University’s Carson College of Business 13th out of a field of 285 online MBA programs nationwide. The Carson College was also recognized as among the best online MBA programs for veterans. WSU has consistently ranked as a military friendly school and has a time-honored tradition of commitment to active-duty military personnel and veterans. » More ...

Meet Yoonsoo Nam, Finance Doctoral Candidate

If Yoonsoo Nam, doctoral student in finance, could give one piece of advice for incoming doctoral students in business, it would be: Do research that makes a difference. It’s a philosophy that led Nam to Washington State University’s Carson College of Business and has guided his journey to build a career as a business professor and researcher. » More ...

Eric Carr Remembered Through Memorial Fund

The Center for Entrepreneurial Studies, in collaboration with the WSU Foundation, has established a new memorial fund to honor Eric Carr, former WSU student and loyal Coug who passed away on December 30, 2018. To help carry on Carr’s legacy of entrepreneurial spirit, his family and friends chose the CES as the vehicle to enrich the next generation of entrepreneurs. » More ...

Scholarships Support McKayla Lewis’s Global Education

As a high school senior, McKayla Lewis thought she wanted to go to a culinary program focused on hospitality. However, Nancy Swanger, director of the School of Hospitality Business Management, changed her mind by asking one simple question—“Do you want to own and manage your own business or work for someone who does?” In that moment, Lewis learned she should attend an accredited business school in order to achieve her dream of owning an establishment. » More ...