Endowment Named for Stanley Hall

“To know Stanley Hall was to love him.” Through tears, that’s the loving summary Corinne Coulter gives of her son. He was a dedicated, passionate member of the cardinal community and the first cohort to pursue a fully online MBA (OMBA) at the College B…

“To know Stanley Hall was to love him.” Through tears, that’s the loving summary Corinne Coulter gives of her son. He was a dedicated, passionate member of the cardinal community and the first cohort to pursue a fully online MBA (OMBA) at the College Business. In September of 2020, Stanley Hall passed away unexpectedly, leaving...

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Developing Influence

With a warm, infectious laugh and a sincere smile, it’s easy to see how Holly Neeld became a fundraiser. She’s engaging and understanding, with a genuine personality that you instantly feel you can trust. With an MBA under her belt, she’s ready to conn…

With a warm, infectious laugh and a sincere smile, it’s easy to see how Holly Neeld became a fundraiser. She’s engaging and understanding, with a genuine personality that you instantly feel you can trust. With an MBA under her belt, she’s ready to connect with donors at the College of Business where she’s recently joined...

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The Poetry of Business

Jim Warner is the College of Business’s “man behind the curtain.” He’s responsible for developing the voice the College generates; establishing it as a credible, respected institution for students and employees alike. It’s not just Jim’s technical skil…

Jim Warner is the College of Business’s “man behind the curtain.” He’s responsible for developing the voice the College generates; establishing it as a credible, respected institution for students and employees alike. It’s not just Jim’s technical skills that have contributed to this voice though; his passion and dedication ensure everyone has a seat at...

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Family Focused

In the early ’90s, the College of Business launched a new graduate degree program called the Integrative MBA. It was targeted towards students who didn’t have a business background and was considered an unconventional degree. The focus wasn’t on …

In the early ’90s, the College of Business launched a new graduate degree program called the Integrative MBA. It was targeted towards students who didn’t have a business background and was considered an unconventional degree. The focus wasn’t on test scores; instead, instructors focused on empowering students to gain real-world business experience by practicing strategy,...

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Investing in Challenge

“Be prepared to say yes.” That’s the advice of Tom Wimsett, College of Business alum and CEO/Owner of Wimsett & Company. The payment and financial technology industry veteran credits his ability to seize opportunity when it’s presented to him…

“Be prepared to say yes.” That’s the advice of Tom Wimsett, College of Business alum and CEO/Owner of Wimsett & Company. The payment and financial technology industry veteran credits his ability to seize opportunity when it’s presented to him as a cornerstone to his success. Wimsett started his academic career at Eastern Kentucky University, but...

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Accounting for Impact

For tax and accounting professional Amelia Sebastian, working in the finance world was a no-brainer. “I took accounting in high school, and…loved it….I knew what I was going to do.” With that goal in mind, Amelia attended the University of Louisville C…

For tax and accounting professional Amelia Sebastian, working in the finance world was a no-brainer. “I took accounting in high school, and…loved it….I knew what I was going to do.” With that goal in mind, Amelia attended the University of Louisville College of Business and graduated in 2007 with a Bachelor of Science in Business...

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