College of Business Releases Annual Report of Accomplishments
Governors State University's College of Business (COB) has released their annual report, a recap of the college's accomplishments over the last year. Despite being challenged by the pandemic, COB continues to foster strong relationships with local businesses and alumni while maintaining enrollment levels. Dean of the College of Business Jun Zhao celebrates the continued dedication and achievements of students, faculty, and staff in the college.
“Our faculty, students, staff, and alumni have achieved great success and the College continues to make positive impact on its various stakeholders. While we continue to develop and deliver outstanding academic programs to our students, our engagement with our alumni and the business community has also strengthened this year,” said Dr. Zhao.
Some highlights of the year include the beginning of a new Master of Science in Human Resource Management program, to meet the growing demand for human resources professionals in the region. As well as the creation of a Master of Science in Business Analytics program which will launch in Fall 2020.
Zhao notes the events and strategic efforts of the college to improve the economic development of GSU’s service region.
“I’m particularly happy with our inaugural Business Week 2019 program in September 2019, and the progress we’ve made in establishing the Supply Chain Innovation Center and Business Incubator (SCICBI) on GSU campus,” she said.
Read the full report here, and check here for updates on 2020 Business Week.