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Ethical Leadership

ETHICAL LEADERSHIP

Charlie Denson of Nike Asks Graduates to Change The World

Charlie Denson of Nike Asks Graduates to Change The World

Charlie Denson

Charlie Denson of Nike told graduates his story.

One of the best known alums of the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business, Charlie Denson, told USU graduates on to be curious, keep their options open, follow their passion, and change the world.

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Analytical Rigor

ANALYTICAL RIGOR

Two MIS Teams Place First and Second in National Competition

Two MIS Teams Place First and Second in National Competition

Vishal Patel, Eric Schnell, and Dannaea Ward

Vishal Patel,left, Eric Schnell,and Dannaea Ward.

Two teams from the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business recently placed first and second in an information systems competition in Bentonville, Ark., that pitted 82 teams from top universities around the world against each other

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Student Spotlight

STUDENT SPOTLIGHT

Huntsman Student Was Educated at USU and in Iraq

Huntsman Student Was Educated at USU and in Iraq

Jordan Phillips

Jordan Phillips was deployed twice to Iraq.

Before attending Utah State University, recent Huntsman graduate Jordan Phillips gained a less formal education — one that involved Howitzer guns, a journey to Iraq, and proved to be every bit as valuable as his business administration degree.

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Ethical Leadership

ETHICAL LEADERSHIP

Three Students and Huntsman Scholars Earn Robins Awards

Three Students and Huntsman Scholars Earn Robins Awards

Brooke Siler

Brooke Siler won a Robins Award.

Utah State University honored three Huntsman students and the Huntsman Scholar Program with Robins awards this year, recognizing them for their scholarship, contributions, and trips to the end zone.

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Analytical Rigor

ANALYTICAL RIGOR

Students Compete Against MIS Professionals, Win First Place

Students Compete Against MIS Professionals, Win First Place

Aghababyan, Baldazzi, Johnson, and Lewis

Aghababyan, left, Baldazzi, Johnson, and Lewis.

A team made up of three students and a graduate from the Huntsman School of Business took first place in a competition sponsored by Backcountry.com recently that pitted them against industry professionals in a 24-hour contest that drove programmers to work through the night.

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