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EURECAs office sits in the Atrium at Clark Student Center

Saying EURECA! for undergraduate research

Emily Beaman, News Editor September 15, 2021

A total of 16 Enhancing Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities scholars and mentors were chosen to receive funding for their research this year. They include research from the Dillard College...

Because of their $12 milion donation, the student wellness center was named after Bruce and Graciela Redwine. Photo by Elizabeth Mahan

Buildings begin with donors

Elizabeth Mahan, Reporter April 17, 2019

Every day, without a second thought, students pass by building dedication plaques on their way to class. Although student often overlook them, these historical pieces provide only a glimpse into the unique...

Janice Buss, presenting at the Business Etiquette Dinner in 2018 in the Clark Student Center.

Business Etiquette Dinner set for Feb. 27

Randi Heaton, reporter February 26, 2019

Students are invited to learn etiquette basics while dining with local businesses through the Dillard College of Business at the Business Etiquette Dinner Feb. 28 in the Clark Student Center. Melissa...

Business etiquette dinner prepares students for work force

Business etiquette dinner prepares students for work force

Chloe Phillips March 1, 2018

To help students develop soft skills and avoid "food faux pas" during interviews with potential employers and business arrangements, the Dillard College of Business and the Career Management Center held...

Jeff Stambaugh, associate professor of management and new dean of Dillard College of Business Administration, reads a magazine at his desk. Photo by Kara McIntyre

Dillard gets a new dean

Natasha Chipangura April 10, 2017

Jeff Stambaugh, associate professor of management, believes that there are two sides to the coin of taking on a new responsibility. Stambaugh will be the new dean for the Dillard College of Business...

Terry Patton, dean, Dillard College of Business Adminstration. Photo by Izziel Latour.

Patton steps down as dean, puts career aspirations on the front burner

Jeanette Perry September 7, 2016

After working nine years in the Dillard College of Business Administration, including the last five of dean, Terry Patton is stepping down, returning to the classroom.“It’s very interesting, When I...

University President Jesse Rogers welcomes and introduces people at the beginning of the reception recognizing the founding of the Robert L. Bolin Graduate School of Petroleum Geology, Wednesday, March 11. Photo by Rachel Johnson

Reception marks founding of petroleum geology graduate program

Ethan Metcalf March 11, 2015

At a reception in front of a crowd made up of donors, administrators, board members, faculty and even ex-Regents, University President Jesse Rogers introduced the formation of the Robert L. Bolin...

Lecture series comes to Dillard

Yolanda Torres February 18, 2015

The Streich Family Lecture Series will be presented Feb. 19 at 11 a.m. in the Dillard College of Business Administration room 101. John Marthinsen, professor of economics and international business...

More than 100 students attended the sold-out business etiquette dinner Oct. 18 hosted by the Career Management Center and the Dillard College of Business Administration. Photo by Ethan Metcalf.

Students learn proper dinner etiquette

eddie naidicz October 21, 2014

The Dillard College of Business Administration and Career Management Center hosted the seventh annual business etiquette dinner in the Comanche Suites on Oct 18. Attended by more than 100 people, the instructional...

No longer liberal arts

The Wichitan October 7, 2014

Our view: Midwestern State University, a proud member of the Council of Public Liberal Arts College, is quickly losing touch with what qualifies us to be a COPLAC school.  Between the presidential...

Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Betty Stewart and Terry Patton, college of business dean, look at the sculpture Spirited Thunder gifted by the Dillard family Thursday before the announcement of the Dillard Center Energy for Management. Spirited Thunder is by J. Chester Armstrong. The sculpture is displayed in the Dillard School of Business atrium. Photo by Lauren Roberts

Dillard Center for Energy Management coming August 2015

Ethan Metcalf October 2, 2014

At an invitation-only ceremony Oct. 2, University President Jesse Rogers announced the creation of the Dillard Center for Energy Management, an energy-centric business program that will officially...

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