Alumnus Participates in Brand Activism Webinar

Mitch Hamilton ’12 Ph.D. participates in a webinar titled “(In)authentic Brand Activism” on Oct. 28, 202, is featured by the Marketing Science Institute (MSI). MSI also featured Hamilton’s article, “Taking a Stand: Four Steps to Creating and Marketing Authentic Brand Activism.” Hamilton joined Loyola Marymount…
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Whitman’s Earliest Ph.D. Graduate Reflects on Experience Over 50 Years Later

Eli Seggev ’69 recalls one of his best days at Syracuse University, a story that he claims will forever be imprinted on his brain. Seggev reminisces, “The office of the business school was called Lubin Hall and it was across…

Whitman Timeline

1919 School of Business Administration opens for fall semester; John H. Wharton named director. In the year 1919, the Americans stood on the threshold of unparalleled prosperity and promise. Read More 1920 School awards first B.S. degree to Ulderico Cornelio,…

Institute for an Entrepreneurial Society established

Institute for an Entrepreneurial Society established The Martin J. Whitman School of Management established the Institute for an Entrepreneurial Society (IES), supported by a $1.75 million grant from the Charles Koch Foundation. The institute produces high-quality research on the political economy of entrepreneurship, educate future…
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Student Spotlight: Almantas Palubinskas ’20

Student Spotlight: Almantas Palubinskas ’20 Hometown: Fairfax, Virginia Degree: Ph.D. in entrepreneurship and emerging enterprises As an undergraduate, Almantas Palubinskas already knew he wanted to pursue a doctorate However, it wasn’t until he had the opportunity to work closely with…