The College of Business Administration (CBA) helps students get ready to make a difference through rigorous coursework and developmental opportunities that range from classroom consulting projects, internships, and professional networking, to leadership and business communication training.

What's Happening at the CBA

Alumnus Named Goodyear CIO

Sherrry Neubert, College of Business Administration (CBA) alumnus, has been named vice president and chief information officer at Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. Neubert joined Goodyear in 2002. Most recently, she has been vice president of the Global Project Management Office. As CIO, Neubert will report to another CBA alumus, Laura Thompson, Goodyear’s executive vice president and chief financial officer.

Accounting Alumnus to Lead Health Care Center

Accounting alumnus Lisa Evangelista has been named CEO of the Fairfield Community Health Center in Lancaster, Ohio. Read more about the story in the Lancaster Eagle-Gazette.

CBA members honored as mentors

Finance Professor Goodell Featured in Article on Credit in 2015

CBA Associate Professor of Finance, John Goodell, Ph.D., is featured in a recent study examining credit predictions for 2015. The article is published on CardHub, a site that offers a search tool that helps people search, compare, and apply for credit cards. Read CardHub’s Credit Predictions for 2015.

CBA members honored as mentors

CBA Assistant Dean and Faculty Member are Inspirational

The Committee for Research on Women and Gender (CROW) recognized five faculty members and graduate students who have affected a student’s or peer’s life positively. Two of the honorees are from the College of Business Administration (CBA), Melinda Newman, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Finance (second from the left), and Bill Hauser, Ph.D., Interim Assistant Dean and Director of Graduate Programs, and Associate Professor of Marketing (third from the left). Read more about why these outstanding CBA members received the recognition.

Demand is Growing for Supply Chain Graduates

Supply chain managers choreograph the complex dance that puts a gem on your finger, a jar of jelly in your pantry or a car in your driveway. They do everything from sourcing raw materials to inventorying parts to warehousing finished products and shipping them to the point of sale. As companies look for every cost-saving efficiency in order to compete, demand for Supply Chain graduates is soaring, according to both industry and government. Read more.



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