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WSU helps students find internships

At Weber State University, many internships are offered through each department. WSU students can ask their advisers and the department heads about their opportunities. “We have relationships with employers that we build over the years, and so, generally, here at Weber when they have an opportunity arise, then they contact us with an internship,” said […]

Greenpal gets the scoop on tipping

Recently Greenpal asked the question “Should routine maintenance service professionals that come to a person’s home be tipped?” Greenpal wondered if these professionals expected a tip, so its four-person team made 10,000 phone calls to find out the answer. Greenpal staff member Bryan Clayton said he looked on Google, reading blogs and newspapers, and found […]

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Entrepreneur encourages service in lecture

Dumke Legacy Hall filled with students, business owners and professors tonight to hear an ethics lecture by Robert Workman, founder of nonprofit organization TIFIE and businesses Goal Zero and Bare Bones. Jeff Steagall, dean of the John B. Goddard School of Business & Economics, said the annual lecture was by far the best-attended of any in […]

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Nike executive presents to Goddard students

The Weber State University Goddard School of Business & Economics presented alumnus Curt Roberts at its Annual Leadership Summit on Feb. 26. Roberts, the former vice president of global strategy for Nike, presented to a room of Goddard students. Rebecca Samford, administrative specialist to the Goddard School, said attendance was high this year. “Our Annual Leadership […]

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Beehive Cheese business gives lecture at WSU

Pat Ford, co-founder of the Beehive Cheese Co., came to Weber State University on Thursday to talk to business students about the successes and failures of his business ventures in the Goddard School of Business & Economics. Ford and his brother-in-law Tim Welsh founded Beehive Cheese in 2005. Ford said that when they started, they had no […]

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Hall talks to students about ‘art of selling’

Alan Hall said what he wanted to imprint upon students when he came to speak at Weber State University was that the act of selling is not complex; it comes down to humans communicating on a daily basis. “The Art and Science of Selling” featured Hall and panelists from WSU’s professional sales and psychology departments […]

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