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Feb 13, 2020
Three students from the School of Business & Technology – senior Anna Chalkey and sophomores Sarah Shoots and Kelsey Custenborder – represented Heidelberg last weekend at the People’s Bank Case Study Competition in Marietta.
Heidelberg’s team was one of 15 who participated in the competition.
Nov 20, 2019
This year's Ethics Bowl Team, sponsored by the School of Business & Technology (BAE219), sent seven undergraduates of various majors to the regional competition at Oakland University last weekend. The Heidelberg team fared well, ranking third out of 11 regional schools. This third-place rank earns the ’Berg team an alternate spot at national competition in Atlanta in February.
Competing for Heidelberg were: Zak Hahn, Penelope Christian, Emma Baughman, Katie Bauman, Rebekah Marstaller, Em Swain and Reece Schmidt.
Nov 20, 2019
A deal that’s hard to beat just got a little bit sweeter.
Heidelberg University students, regardless of their major, have the opportunity to graduate with two degrees – a bachelor’s degree and an MBA – for the price of one through the PlusOneAdvantage® MBA Tuition-Free Scholarship Program. Since the PlusOneAdvantage® was launched in 2015, students entered the MBA program immediately following graduation.
But now, undergrads can take up to a two-year gap between their graduation date and starting the PlusOneAdvantage® program.
Jul 2, 2019
On July 1, Dr. Scott Johnson became the new dean of the School of Business, Computer Science & Information Technology at Heidelberg. He’ll also hold the Adams Family Endowed Chair and serve as a professor of management.
Dr. Johnson brings many years of higher education experience and leadership, including time in Spain and the United Kingdom, and international scholarly contributions. He also has experience in the world of business and is passionate about creating a successful integration of the liberal arts with professional programs.
May 10, 2019
The road you set out on may not be the path you end up taking, and that’s OK. Just ask graduating senior Jordan Green.
“Growing up and in elementary school, I probably wasn’t the best kid,” Jordan explained. “Getting that label as a ‘troubled child’ really ended up motivating me to take more responsibility and take care of myself better.” Sports became Jordan’s way of getting himself on the right path. He excelled in baseball as an outfielder entering his senior year.