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How Servant Leadership Serves Us All

The College of Business has had the unique privilege of hosting a wide variety of outstanding speakers. From the Women in Business Symposium to the CEO in Residence, each speaker brings a unique perspective to their presentation. These events take an enormous amount...

Outstanding Professors

While attending Winona State University I have encountered countless professors and faculty members who have helped shape the course of my life. Each one has a different area of expertise, but they all offer students an outstanding amount of knowledge and...

Beta Gamma Sigma Induction Ceremony

Why Culture Matters A new group of students was inducted in Winona State’s College of Business Beta Gamma Sigma Chapter this past spring. Beta Gamma Sigma is the premier international scholastic honorary society in the world which recognizes the highest academic...

Merchants Bank Career Day

What does it look like to Create Your MORE? It looks like local businesses providing student opportunities to research careers and make professional connections within the working world. Recently, a local financial institution, Merchants Bank, hosted Career Day at the...

Winona State Sales Team Ranks High In Competition

The Winona State University Sales Team placed second in the inaugural Twin Cities Regional Sales Team Competition hosted by the University of Minnesota, April 19-21. WSU was represented by Madelyn Falteisek, Nick Neely, Jake Pribnow, Alex Robinson, Dakota Smith and...

Create Your More Campaign

In the College of Business, Create Your More is much more than just a catchy slogan. It’s how every student, professor, and faculty member lives each day to create their more in unique and deeply personal ways. For some, it is through involvement with a College of...

Creating My More: Micaela Griffin

Winona State University has been an incredible place to learn and grow as a young professional as I learned how to better serve the community. The College of Business is exemplary in how it challenges its students, while also supporting them in various endeavors....

Authenticity featured at Engaged Ethics Event

On a bitterly cold night in February over one-hundred people gathered for the second-annual Engaged Ethics Conversation (EEC) hosted by the Business Administration department with support from the WSU Foundation. The EEC is an annual event that brings together...

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