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The competition was separated into two games consisting of four 20-minute rounds. At the end of game one, the teams were split into two categories with the top 20 teams put into flight one and the bottom 20 teams into flight two. Game two continued with teams competing with the other teams in their flight.
“(This event) creates an exposure to senior level executives and exposure to the college,” said Event Coordinator Spencer Robinson.
Along with six other colleges and universities, CBA has partnered with Automation Alley, which is Michigan’s leading technology and manufacturing business association.
Registration for this event has now closed. However, students can still attend for free.
In 2011, Jeff Hoyle of the College of Business Administration initiated a program for students to work directly with companies in an authentic environment.
The Residential College Leadership Conference takes place from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 20 in the Education and Human Services Building.
Students packed into Charles V. Park Library Auditorium Thursday to listen to the Chicago medical student speak about his experiences working in three top-rated children's hospitals.
The event is sponsored by the College of Business Administration, the Health Professions Residential College and St. Jude Up ‘til Dawn. A registered student organization at Central Michigan University, St. Jude Up ‘til Dawn aims to raise awareness and funds for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
A team comprising two second-year graduate students won the Dec. 6 Make-A-Pitch Competition with their idea to help news organizations alleviate the cost of news helicopters by replacing them with drones.
This year’s Make-A-Pitch competition saw a record amount of 39 student-led teams gather in the Grawn Hall atrium on Dec. 6 to pitch their entrepreneurial ideas in front of judges for prizes and recognition.
Central Michigan University students who have an idea for a product or service they think could be profitable will have an opportunity to pitch their ideas in front of a panel of judges and receive feedback at the Dec. 6 Make-A-Pitch competition.
The eighth annual Make-A-Pitch competiton will take place 6-9 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 6 in the Grawn Hall atrium.
The yearly event hosted by the College of Business Administration is structured similarly to the television show "Shark Tank," and will see students work in separate teams to present a two-minute pitch of a business idea they’ve come up with.
A new study abroad program in Scotland aims to teach students about the importance of networking — by teaching them how to golf.
The College of Business Administration will host a workshop for student-led teams preparing for April's New Venture Competition 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. Friday, Nov. 10 in Grawn Hall room 278.
Of the seven academic colleges at Central Michigan University, the College of Business Administration is the only one to see a growth in overall undergraduate enrollment over the past five years.
Central Michigan University's College of Business Administration has begun offering a graduate-level online program titled Master of Entrepreneurial Transactions.
Inspired by the College of Business Administration's annual New Venture Competition, four Central Michigan University students under the team name Embrace are working to create the bra to help survivors of breast cancer.
The team is looking to secure a deal to get the app endorsed by Central Michigan University. The app, named Guarded, will function as a mobile version of the Blue Light phones, sending immediate alerts to campus police and emergency contacts in the user’s phone once activated.
Hailey Polidori, left, and Bryan Caragay, right, give a presentation on their smartphone app Guarded during the New Venture Competition on Friday, March 24, 2017, in the Education and Human Services Building.