Augusta University's first executive leadership cohort is expected to complete the program in June.
2020 graduate Kayla Churchill is a Women’s Leadership Academy participant and a Hull Scholar, who is proudly receiving her bachelor’s degree in business administration from Hull College of Business.
Augusta University is celebrating leadership throughout its third annual Values Week. Hannah Goforth, a senior in the James M. Hull College of Business, recalls her leadership journey at the university.
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, is working remotely the new normal for business? Dr. Melissa Furman shares her insight.
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Jomari Jackson, a healthcare management student in the James M. Hull College of Business, strives to make a difference in the lives of people around him.
Melissa Furman, assistant dean in the James M. Hull College of Business, served as a speaker on “Generational Diversity in the Workplace: Implications for Logistics and Supply Chain Industry.”
Melissa Furman details the need for new workers for new kinds of jobs as well as the need to replace those in the baby boom generation who are getting ready to retire.
Melissa Furman, assistant dean of the James M. Hull College of Business, wants to set the record straight on Millennials, once and for all.
In the first few months of 2017, Augusta has found itself near either the top or the bottom of some very unflattering – and, for readers, oftentimes confusing – lists.
Melissa Furman, assistant dean of the James M. Hull College of Business, has a message for upcoming entrepreneurs and business grads: Now is the best time to get your Masters of Business Administration at Augusta University. “What I think one...
Melissa Furman, assistant dean of the James M. Hull College of Business, spoke with Augusta CEO recently about the many ways Augusta benefits from having a business college in its own backyard. Faculty expertise and a pool of talented students...
You might think you’ve read this story before. In a way, you have. In part, it’s about a student of modest means pushed to his limits by his education. Challenged every step of the way, the student finds a place to flourish, rises to the top and...
On Thursday, June 9, the Augusta Metro Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with Augusta Magazine, presented the 2016 “Top 10 in 10 Young Professionals to Watch” award at the Chamber’s Member Economic Luncheon at the Augusta Marriott Hotel at the...