Session I Summer Classes Begin
Last Day of Session I Summer Classes
Session II Summer Classes Begin
MSA Recognition Ceremony
Last Day of Session II Summer Classes
Lake Gibson’s aspirations after college not only include landing the perfect job, but also advancing his music career. He has already applied the knowledge he obtained as an undergraduate student in the Cameron School of Business to draft a business plan, develop a strategy to market himself as a brand and launch a promotional website.
“My business degree has certainly allowed me to gain insight into all things business from marketing, accounting and economics to finance and management,” said Gibson, who will graduate May 6 with a business administration degree.
Gibson, the CSB’s Outstanding Graduate in Marketing, developed an interest in business as a freshman, and he focused on marketing because it is “the creative side of business,” he said. Gibson, who is a recipient of the BB&T Scholarship Fund Endowment, June and Turner Johnson Scholarship Endowment and Sage Island Scholarship in Business, shared his success story with donors and fellow students at the 2016 Scholarship Appreciation dinner, where he served as a speaker. [Read More]
Dr. Ethan Watson, Assistant Professor of Finance, won the annual Outstanding Paper Award for the Journal of Financial Research award for his paper, “Canceling Liquidity” co-authored with Robert and Bonnie Van Ness in 2015. His research documented a dramatic increase in limit order cancellation activity over the last decade, reporting that around ninety percent of limit orders that are submitted are subsequently cancelled. Since limit orders are traditionally viewed as the supply of liquidity in markets, his research focused on what impact the increase in cancellation activity has had on market quality as well as testing some the existing theories of why cancellations of limit orders arise.
The business world is transforming itself from the industrial age into the information age.
Business education at the Cameron School of Business is focused on the technical, analytical and interpersonal
skills students will need to lead this fundamental change in the business world through the 21st century.
The Cameron School of Business is fully accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) . AACSB Accreditation is the hallmark of excellence in business education, and has been earned by less than five percent of the world's business programs. Today, there are 727 business schools in 48 countries and territories that maintain AACSB Accreditation.
The school achieves a leading position among regional public universities through: