Kayla Cerimele of Canfield, a sophomore accounting major at Youngstown State University, has been selected to attend Ernst & Young’s Emerging Leaders Program May 28 […]...read more.
The three-part Alumni Lecture Series, presented by the Office of Alumni Events and Management, begins with “The Outlook for Individuals’ Retirement Security in the United […]...read more.
Youngstown State University accounting students placed second in the Best Practices competition at the Beta Alpha Psi Midwest Region meeting in Chicago earlier this month. […]...read more.
The Lariccia School of Accounting and Finance at Youngstown State University is working with trained business students and professional volunteers from the area to offer […]...read more.
For the ninth consecutive year, Youngstown State University’s Kappa Xi Chapter of Beta Alpha Psi has been named a Superior Chapter for excellence in academics, […]...read more.
Earlier this year, when the State Farm Center for Women and Financial Services created its first research fellow position, it wanted a female with a […]...read more.
The Williamson College of Business Administration at Youngstown State University has created the new Business Leaders Program, a selective program designed for students who excel […]...read more.
Youngstown State University’s Williamson College of Business Administration, in collaboration with the Youngstown Business & Professional Women, presents “Financing the Growth of Your Business” at […]...read more.
Alexandria Airhart, an Advertising and Public Relations major from Warren, and Kevin Bell, an Accounting major from Austintown, represented the Williamson College of Business Administration […]...read more.
The Williamson College of Business Administration at Youngstown State University hosts an open house for prospective students 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Feb. 4, […]...read more.
Three YSU accounting students placed first in the Best Practices competition at the Beta Alpha Psi Midwest Regional Meeting held in Indianapolis this spring. From […]...read more.
YSU’s Nicholas Meditz was recently honored by Ohio’s secretary of state for his “outstanding leadership as President of the student government at Youngstown State University.” […]...read more.