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Sarah Hendrix - Amazon Supply Chain HR professional speaks at Maroon SHRM Meeting

Supply Change, SHRM

Eastern’s Maroon Chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management had the opportunity to listen to Sarah Hendrix speak on Tuesday, November 19th, 2019 at 3:30pm at the Business Technology Center in Room 003. Sarah is a graduate from Indiana University, was a student member of SHRM through college, and moved to Lexington, KY to work for Amazon immediately after graduation.

International Human Resource Management | FHWien der WKW

Human Resource Management, FHWien der WKW

Foundation Professor Allen D. Engle represented Eastern Kentucky University as he traveled to Vienna, Austria on a three week trip over the past summer. He was invited to visit and teach at FHWien of WKW located in Vienna. Through networking at a conference with a Hungarian colleague, Dr. Engle was able to take advantage of this teaching opportunity.

Robles Wins ABC Fellow Award

Award, ABC Business Communication

"Eastern Kentucky University’s School of Business faculty member Dr. Marcel Robles, a professor in the corporate communication and technology program recently received the most prestigious honor presented by the Association for Business Communication (ABC).

Local Firm Engages Maroon SHRM Students in Employee Engagement Practices

Enersys Presentation Maroon SHRM 10.22.2019

On October 22nd, two members of the Human Resources team at Enersys spoke with EKU’s Maroon SHRM chapter about employee engagement.

Dean Robert B. Rogow Excellence in Research and Scholarship Award

Dr. Robert B. Rogow

The College of Business and Technology is pleased to announce the Dean Robert B. Rogow Excellence in Research and Scholarship Award.  The award, established by the generous gift of Dr. Robert B. and Mrs.

Students Receive Professional Development and Faculty Mentors through EAW

students and faculty gather for EAW luncheon

The Ethical Leadership Certification Program is an opportunity for students to receive professional development and training in the area of ethical leadership through a certification program developed by the Center for the Public Trust.

Community Leaders Bring Experience to Ethics Awareness Week

Compass, confront oneself

The EKU School of Business was pleased to welcome the participation of leading community members in the 2019 Ethics Awareness Week (EAW). Each member shared his or her wisdom and interpretation of one of the EAW pillars: honesty, integrity, respect, and responsibility. Reverend Robert R. Blythe, Steve Gates, Connie Lawson, and Dr.

Inaugural Ethical Meme Contest Slated for November

Compass, confront oneself

Memes have become prominent content created by online users and shared rapidly throughout social media networks. Often times brands, organizations, and individuals create these memes to form an emotional response from viewers. These often involve images from popular images from pop culture.

School of Business to Host Ethics Awareness Week 2019

Compass, confront oneself

The School of Business at Eastern Kentucky University is providing students with the opportunity to thoroughly explore ethics and further develop themselves professionally and personally through the 2019 Ethics Awareness Week (EAW). While a select number of EAW activities will carry on throughout the fall 2019 semester, the main events will be held November 4-8, 2019.

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