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Craig Duffy works on his pressure-reading starting blocks in the makerspace
November 1

International student utilizes new makerspace to develop an affordable product to help runners optimize and track their starts.

Photo of Nicolas Van Wie (left), Gerard Zukoski (middle), and Janiya June (right)
October 31

Four students are ranked in the top 10 of a global investment competition.

Noah Hunkele smiling in the Fannie Barrier Williams Liberal Arts Building
September 19

Noah Hunkele spent his summer shadowing financial advisors through internship with Morgan Stanley.

Cameron Harwick's holding up a mobile device to show his Pick.al application
September 18

Economics Professor develops innovative tool to encourage equity in classroom participation.

Elijah Burke '18, social media manager at RFK Racing
August 21

Lifelong NASCAR fan, Elijah Burke ’18, leveraged his viral video to become the social media manager for RFK Racing.

Michael Sheenan
August 17

Michael Sheehan ’08 manages a stepping stone theater for some of Broadway’s top productions.

Nicolas Van Wie
August 10

Finance student takes on a transformative position as Summer Treasury Intern with New Era Cap.

Karen Webber
August 8

Karen Webber ’09/’10 combined her roles as a CPA and founder of a software company to combat financial exploitation.

February 3
This is the first year that undergraduate and graduate students of all majors are eligible to compete. Please encourage your students to submit an executive summary of their venture proposals by the application deadline of March 13 to win an award up to $2,500.
Earn credits, raise funds - A night of fundraising
December 1

Class fundraiser supports mental wellness in our community while students gain project management experience.

Wade Investment Fund students meet with School of Business and Management Dean Michael Doyle.
November 3
Wade Investment Fund provides students with the opportunity to manage an active investment portfolio.
Troy Pearley '92 giving a speech at his Candy Hall of Fame induction with his wife and son by his side.
November 3
Alum’s distinguished career in the chocolate industry lands him in the Candy Hall of Fame.
Interim School of Business and Management Dean Michael Doyle
October 6
Alum Michael Doyle returns as Interim Dean of the School of Business and Management after a 30-year career in radio.
Nick Van Wie developed an algorithmic stock trading app that takes the human emotion out of trading.
September 12
Finance major’s student research project creates algorithmic stock trading.
May 3
The School of Business and Management is pleased to announce that Dr. Chantz Miles is the new Regional Director of the SUNY Brockport Small Business Development Center.
April 23
Carson Young (Department of Business Administration) recently published a peer-reviewed commentary on “The Form of the Firm: A Normative Political Theory of the Corporation.”
April 12
Carson Young (Department of Business Administration) and co-author Vikram Bhargava of George Washington University recently published a peer-reviewed article in Business Ethics Quarterly about the ethics of employment-at-will.
October 10
In “Against Paretianism: A wealth creation approach to business ethics,” assistant professor Carson Young (Department of Business Administration), critiques some attempts to derive a theory of business ethics from the foundational principles of welfare economics.
July 15
Carson Young, Assistant Professor of Business Administration, received $500 from the Institute for Humane Studies at George Mason University for the Leland B. Yeager Reading Group in Economics.
suit tie business student julio
March 31
While the School of Business and Management prepares graduates for careers in the field of business, some students decide to get a head start. Meet three of SUNY Brockport’s student entrepreneurs.
Business students talking at a table
March 15
Applications are now open for the Eighth Annual Pettis Family Business Plan Competition. The deadline to apply is Wednesday, March 17, 2021. The winning team will be awarded $2,000.
March 8
The New York Business Plan Competition is a venture creation and innovation competition that encourages innovation and entrepreneurship throughout New York’s colleges and universities. The deadline to apply is March 21.