Sustainable Business

From left, sustainable business minor Hunter Bristow, finance and banking major Diego Lewis, and environmental economics and policy major Kali Smith, help make up the 2018 crew of 15 taking Appalachian State University’s Cruiser Class solar car ROSE (Racing on Solar Energy)

Walker College students crew ROSE (Racing on Solar Energy) Jul 10, 2018

Three Walker College of Business students help make up the 2018 crew of Appalachian State University's Cruiser Class solar car ROSE (Racing on Solar Energy).

Students, Dept - ECON, Dept - FIN, Sustainable Business, Front Page

WIN staff service day proves a win for university community May 22, 2018

Staff at Appalachian State University took to campus grounds recently to paint handrails, remove litter and perform various other tasks as part of a second annual, staff-coordinated, community...

Faculty, Sustainable Business, Service, Front Page
Senior actuarial science major Malik Hargrave, from Lexington, is president of Appalachian State University’s National Pan-Hellenic Council and chair of the Chancellor’s Student Advisory Board for Diversity Recruitment. Photo by Chase Reynolds

Appalachian actuarial science major seizes opportunities ‘with full force’ May 15, 2018

Actuaries provide the statistical probability of an event occurring, so when actuarial science major Malik Hargrave says not to take any opportunity for granted, it isn't cliché advice &mda...

Dept - FIN, Centers - Brantley Risk and Insurance, Students, Sustainable Business
Photo of Energy Dashboard in Peacock Hall

Interactive dashboard in Peacock Hall offers insight on energy consumption Apr 30, 2018

An interactive screen in Peacock Hall enables those who work and learn in the building to gain insights about energy consumption.

MBA, Students, Research, Sustainable Business, Front Page

Alumni Spotlight: Ole Mason Jar celebrates five years Apr 4, 2018

Men's clothing and lifestyle brand Ole Mason Jar is officially celebrating five years in business.

Alumni, Sustainable Business, Front Page, Dept - FIN
Alternatives to Today's Capitalism: an April 18 lunch and learn opportunity

"Alternatives to Today's Capitalism" lunch and learn to be held April 18 Apr 4, 2018

Aldous Huxley once said "Most human beings have an almost infinite capacity for taking things for granted."

Faculty, Dept - MGT, Events, Front Page, Sustainable Business
From left: Dalton Stout, Lucas Stinson, Avery Dobbins, Daniel Paprocki, Ed Hassler, Brandy Hadley, Dan Emery and Joseph Cazier during the 2018 Appalachian Research in Business Symposium
Alumni from Appalachian State University's Walker College of Business will speak at the 10th annual Global Opportunities Conference on Friday, April 13 from 9:30 am to 2:00 pm in the Plemmons Student Union on Appalachian State University's campus.

Alumni to return to campus to speak about the importance of a global mindset Mar 29, 2018

Alumni from Appalachian State University's Walker College of Business will speak at the 10th annual Global Opportunities Conference...

Alumni, Sustainable Business, International, Events, Front Page
Lord Michael Hastings will speak as Appalachian State University's 60th Boyles Distinguished Lecturer

60th Boyles Lecture planned for March 23 Mar 11, 2018

"If Only I Had Planted a Tree: Distraction and the Billion Dollar Opportunity"
Dr. Michael Hastings, Lord of...

Events, Events - Boyles, Sustainable Business
Appalachian’s 2018 Innovation Scholars: back row, left to right: Nicholas Shaw, Tammy Kowalczyk and Beth Davison; front row, left to right: Richard Christiana and Kevin Gamble. Photo by Marie Freeman

Chancellor’s Appalachian Innovation Scholars Program announces 2018 winners Feb 28, 2018

Walker College of Business Professor of Accounting Tammy Kowalczyk, has been selected to receive a 2018 Appalachian Innovation Scholars Program (...

Faculty, Sustainable Business, Front Page, Research