Announcements and Events
Hershey board chairman visits SBI
Jim Nevels, Hershey board chairman, visited with SBI and discussed Hershey's $1,000,000 endowed chair gift made on behalf of Dean Mobley. He humbly admitted that he would not be the Hershey board chair without the legacy of Sybil Mobley. Read about the visit in the Tallahassee Democrat >>
Alumni Showcase: Terry Waters
SBI alumnus, Terry Waters was recently recognized with Deloitte's "Applause Award" for what the firm describes as his dedication and willingness to go the extra mile. Shortly after graduating, Terry joined Deloitte's Consulting practice as an IT-Auditor in August of 2015 and has consistently been recognized as a leader among his peers. When asked what lessons he learned during his time at the School of Business and Industry that he attributes his success to, he says it is "The importance of having a thirst for knowledge as well as being willing to go the extra mile, while not allowing any obstacle to deter you from what you set out to accomplish." Congratulations, Terry, on this impressive achievement!
Celebrating the Life and Legacy of
Sybil Collins Mobley, Ph.D., Dean Emerita
March 31 – April 1, 2016
Sybil Collins Mobley, Ph.D., Dean Emerita
Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University School of Business and Industry
October 14, 1925 – September 29, 2015
Sybil Collins Mobley, Ph.D., Dean Emerita, Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU) School of Business and Industry was the epitome of a “Phenomenal Woman,” trailblazing unbelievable paths in higher education, business education, and the world of business. She was born on October 14, 1925, in Shreveport, LA, to Melvin and Cora Collins; and, she married James Otis Mobley. Their three children are James Jr., Janet Sermon, Ph.D., and Melvin.
Dean Mobley earned a bachelor’s degree from Bishop College in 1945, a Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania in 1961, a Ph.D. in Accounting from the University of Illinois in 1963, and several honorary doctorates. She started at Florida Agricultural and Mechanical College (FAMCEE) as a secretary in 1945. After receiving her post-baccalaureate degrees, Dr. Mobley rose from the ranks of a professor to department chair (1971-1974) to founding dean of the School of Business and Industry (SBI) from 1974 – 2003 (her fourth baby). During her tenure as SBI’s dean, Dr. Mobley implemented her world renowned Professional Development (PD) Program, a leadership development program designed to teach students behavioral competencies to complement their academic preparation. To support her innovative PD and academic curricula, Dean Mobley started the SBI Big Board, which consists of over 100 plaques. Each plaque on the SBI Big Board represents a minimum donation of $100,000 endowed for scholarships. The earnings from the SBI Big Board accounts still enable SBI to provide scholarships to its “Superstars” today. As a result of her mega contributions to FAMU, Dr. Mobley received the designation of Dean Emerita after her retirement.
In addition to serving as a master administrator in higher education and being a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) in the State of Florida, Dean Mobley served on the boards of directors of Anheuser-Busch Company, Champion International Corporation, Hershey Foods Corporation, Sears Roebuck & Company, Southwestern Bell Corporation, Dean Witter, and Discover. Dr. Mobley and her husband, James Mobley, a successful entrepreneur, were also pioneers in the Tallahassee Civil Rights movement. Some of Dean Mobley’s other affiliations included Alpha Kappa Alpha, Inc., the International Association of Black Business Educators, the National Association of Black Accountants, Florida Women’s Hall of Fame, and the FAMU SBI Hall of Fame to name a few. Dr. Mobley served as a consultant to the United States Agency for International Development for multiple African countries, and she was awarded the FAMU Lifetime Achievement Award among numerous other awards.
Through her tenacious and assiduous efforts, Dean Mobley positively changed the personal, economic, and professional trajectory of hundreds of thousands of individuals, including her students, faculty, and staff – past, present, and future. Successful SBIans can be found in all industry sectors from education to the C-Suite of multinational corporations, and from entrepreneurs to non-profits all around the globe. Dean Mobley named the SBI alumni the “SBI Force” because she said that we would be a “force to be reckoned with” in the global economy. The ripple effects of Dean Mobley’s commitment to excellence in business education and the world of business have been and will be felt for decades.
Job well done Dean Mobley. Rest in peace!
Love, Your SBI Family!
Please make your 100% tax-deductible donations to the
1974 Sybil C. Mobley Memorial Fund
For electronic donations, visit the web page below.
In the “Please direct my donation to” drop down menu, select
1974 Sybil C. Mobley Memorial Fund
To mail donations, send to the address below.
School of Business and Industry Dean’s Office
Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University
105 Sybil C. Mobley Business Complex
500 Gamble Street
Tallahassee, FL 32307
Memo: 1974 Sybil C. Mobley Memorial Fund
SBI Heritage Day Celebrating the Life and Legacy of Sybil Collins Mobley, Ph.D., Dean Emerita
March 31, 2016 Farewell to Dean Mobley
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SBI Alumnus John W. Thompson, CEO of Virtual Instruments and Chairman of Microsoft
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Student Luncheon Reception – Scholarships Awarded!!!
February 6, 2016
12:00pm – 1:30pm
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Media Sales Institute
Apply today to fast track your career in media sales!
Open to fall 2015 and spring 2016 graduates. Click here for more details!
Interdisciplinary Center for Creativity and Innovation Announcements
October 22nd: FAMU App Challenge Info Session
Description: Do you have an idea for an app? FAMU's Division of Research in partnership with Domi Station, ICCI, FAMU SBI and the Office of Technology Transfer invite you to learn more about the upcoming FAMU App Challenge!
Come by the info session TODAY, Thursday, October 22nd to learn how you can win $2500 for your idea!
Location: Domi Station 914 Railroad Avenue
For Information: http://www.domistation.com
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October 30th: Deadline to apply for FAMU App Challenge
Location: Online at www.famuac3.com
Deadline Time: 11:59pm
November 6-8th: Actual App Challenge Event
Location: Domi Station 914 Railroad Avenue
Start Time: 4pm
For Information: http://www.domistation.com
December 1st: FAMU Entrepreneur's Day and Business Plan Competition
Description: FAMU Entrepreneur's Day is brought to you by the Interdisciplinary Center for Creativity and Innovation to celebrate student entrepreneurs and student business development. Sessions on how to secure investors, social media and internet marketing as well as registering a business will be lead by community thought leaders. A student business showcase and business plan pitch competition will round out the events. Food and refreshments will be served.
Location: SBI North G12
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November 16th: Deadline to apply for FAMU Business Plan competition
Description: Submit your business plan idea for the chance to pitch to area experts for feedback, assistance and support as you embark on your entrepreneurial journey! The judging criteria is available:Business Plan Competition Rules & Judging Criteria
Location: via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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November 16-22nd: Global Entrepreneurship Week
Description: Global Entrepreneurship Week is the world’s largest celebration of the innovators and job creators who launch startups that bring ideas to life, drive economic growth and expand human welfare.
Location: Global, more information at http://us.gew.co
Southeast Distance Learning Conference
“Enhancing Access, Curriculum, and Relevance through Distance Learning Communities”
September 24 – 26, 2015
For more information >>
Southeast Distance Learning Conference
Dr. Shawnta Friday-Stroud and Dr. Kelley Bolden Bailey on the WTXL Sunrise Show discussing the Southeast Distance Learning Conference. More >>
Mobley-Thompson Creativity and Innovation Summer Academy
Florida A&M University will be hosting the Inaugural Mobley-Thompson Creativity and Innovation Summer Academy. The program, sponsored by funding from the School of Business and Industry's Interdisciplinary Center for Creativity and Innovation (ICCI), is available for students in grades 3 through grades 12, and will consist of separate theme-based weeks designed to introduce students to various topics centered around technology and entrepreneurship.
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Faculty Spotlight: Errick D. Farmer
SBI faculty member Dr. Farmer has recently published “Factors That Influence African American Male Retention and Graduation: The Case of Gateway University, a Historically Black College and University” in the Journal of College Student Retention: Research, Theory & Practice.
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Alumni Showcase: Nkenge Harmon Johnson
The SBI Alumna Attorney Nkenge Harmon Johnson is the new chief executive officer of the Urban League of Portland. "Harmon Johnson will be the fourth female CEO of Portland's Urban League, an African-American civil service group that offers community health, workforce and youth programs." Read More >>
What's New at SBI?
The newly renovated Bull & Bear Lounge dedicated in honor of Professor Charles L. Evans.
Alumni Spotlight: John W. Thompson
Congratulations to John W. Thompson, School of Business & Industry Alumni, who was honored with the Technology and Business Award at the BET Honors Award Show.
Community & Economic Development Director (Pensacola FL)
This position is responsible for directing the economic and community development activities and programs of the department, providing leadership to department personnel, interacting and exceeding the expectations of internal and external stakeholders and helping the company grow revenues by creating new jobs in strong communities.
Please follow up with recruiter Greg Young via email at GSYOUNG@SOUTHERNCO.COM or call (850) 444.6819.
For more details >>
County of Wayne, Michigan Resolution
It is with great pleasure that we, the members of Wayne County Commission, recognize and bestow due honor upon the Florida A&M University School of Business and Industry in Tallahassee, Florida, on the occasion of celebrating 40 years of Leadership and Legacy... More >>
Orlando Magic (Orlando, FL)
Premium Sales & Client Services: Client Relations/Customer Service
Position: Client Services Manager
Job Description: Deliver legendary, world-class service to season ticket holders while implementing short and long-term retention strategies that increase fan affinity and continue to strengthen the Orlando Magic brand. Responsible for effectively leading Client Services staff while assisting with implementing a results-oriented, year-round retention strategy that maximizes revenue.
All interested candidates visit orlandomagiccareers.com.
Alumni Showcase: Ro' Shell Rosemond
SBI graduate, Ro' Shell Rosemond is a corporate professional with nearly a decade of procurement experience at several Fortune 500 companies.
Rosemond launched the Liquid Courage brand of lip lacquers and lip sticks to inspire courage in all women through beauty.
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FAMU professor selected to speak at Black Enterprises’ Women of Power Summit
By: Ameer Brown - Feb. 25, 2014
TALLAHASSEE--Dr. Atira Charles, Assistant Professor of Management in the School of Business and Industry at FAMU, was selected as a highlight speaker at the 2014 Black Enterprise Women of Power Summit hosted by State Farm. Read the full article >>
"TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) -- One of the top jobs at computer software giant Microsoft now belongs to a Florida A&M University graduate.
John W. Thompson, a 1971 graduate of FAMU, was named February 4 as independent chairman of Microsoft Corporation; a role previously held by company founder Bill Gates. Thompson first joined Microsoft's board in February 2012..."
February 7 2014, Dr. Shawnta Friday-Stroud, dean of FAMU's School of Business and Industry, appeared on WTXL ABC27 Sunrise to discuss the significance of SBIan John W. Thompson's selection as Microsoft's chairman. More >>
SBIan Emmanuel Emerson’s commitment to academic excellence and community service is paying off – literally. Today, Emerson was named the fourth of five FAMU students to receive the Tom Joyner Foundation Hercules Scholarship during the month of January. Tom Joyner, radio personality, philanthropist and founder of the foundation, recognized Emerson on today’s airing of the nationally syndicated “Tom Joyner Morning Show.” Next Thursday, Joyner will announce the final scholarship recipient. The scholarship is being awarded in conjunction with the foundation’s School of the Month recognition program, which highlights FAMU as its January “School of the Month.” Emerson will receive a $1,500 scholarship to use toward tuition, books and on-campus living. He maintains a 3.9 GPA, while serving as a resident assistant and an active member of the Chief Financiers Organization and National Association of Black Accountants. Upon graduation, Emerson plans to pursue a career in the financial industry and hopes to serve as a leader in guiding others toward financial awareness and stability. According to Emerson, he is using his time at FAMU to get a head start on accomplishing his goals. “I have organized finance seminars to help educate students on how they can successfully manage their resources to build and protect their wealth for the future,” said Emerson a junior from Indianapolis. Personal and professional growth is a top priority for the 20-year-old.
SBI’ian Douglas “Trey” Parker recently published his book “The Tea”. The book’s underlying message highlights the importance of embracing adversity and overcoming all obstacles that life presents.
Fsu newspaper article
FAMU Named An ‘Online College in Florida That Wins on Affordability’ by AC Online
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — FAMU has been listed as an "Online Colleges in Florida That Win on Affordability" by the website AffordableCollegesOnline.org (AC Online). FAMU was ranked No. 16 on the list of 53 institutions.
“This accomplishment is just phenomenal,” said Franzetta Fitz, FAMU director of Instructional Technology. “To receive such an honor within the two years that our online program has been in existence is quite admirable.”
Affordable Colleges Online helps students find affordable college options and provides information about financial aid and college rankings. Read the full article >>
Attention all SBI Force Alumni (and your families)! Please join the FAMU School of Business and Industry for an Open House as we celebrate 125 Years of Excellence with Caring!
When: Friday, October 18, 2013
Where: SBI Front Lawn (Front Entrance)
Time: Immediately following Homecoming Convocation (About 12:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.)
Sponsor: Aerotek & TekSystems
A flyer is attached! Please dress in orange and green! For more information, please contact Kenyatta Rosier at Kenyatta.email@example.com.
The "Life after Retirement - Growing Successful Business Ventures" Certificate Program is an intensive, integrated four-weekend business boot camp series that will culminate with a bank-reviewed business plan for retired basketball players interested in starting and growing successful businesses. Self and life assessments to assist participants in dealing with various life stressors will also be included. Registration Information >>
Dr. Charles L. Evans
July 23, 1945 - August 21, 2013
Saturday, August 31, 2013
Bethel A.M.E. Church
501 West Orange Avenue
Tallahassee, Florida 32310
In lieu of flowers the family has requested contributions be made payable to
Dr. Charles Evans Building Fund
P.O. Box 15671
Tallahassee, Florida 32317
or by PayPal to
Alumni Showcase: Danielle McKinley
INROADS, Inc. announced it has selected SBI graduate Danielle McKinley as its new marketing communications manager. Danielle is tasked with bringing greater visibility to the organization through traditional and digital outreach. INROADS, the nation's largest source of salaried corporate internships, develops diverse, skilled talent to become Corporate America’s future leaders.
Most recently, Danielle has been one of INROADS’ top national recruiters having sourced the second-highest number of new and accepted intern applicants in the country. She has created and developed INROADS’ current social media programming standards, and has already served as one of the national spokespeople for the organization. Danielle has an MBA from Florida A&M University’s School of Business and Industry and a bachelor’s degree in Marketing from Albany State University. Danielle is an avid world traveler who relishes opportunities to practice Spanish and Portuguese whenever possible.
SBI Alum News Story
SBI Alum, author, and motivational speaker Jemal Gibson has a powerful story which has attracted media attention. Growing up in an environment of gangs and drugs, Jemal Gibson, a Chicago native, survived to become a successful corporate pharmaceutical executive. Mr. Gibson has also published a book of his story called “Drugs My Curse My Savior.”
View Mr. Gibson’s story >>
Florida A&M University International Facility Management Association (IFMA) Accreditation
FAMU now offers a B.S. in Business Administration with a Program Major in Facilities Management through collaboration between the School of Business and Industry (SBI) and the School of Architecture (SOA). Given the growing emphasis in global commerce, this new program requires two internships, and leverages SBI’s Professional Leadership Development (PLD) model along with SOA’s design and technical expertise in the built environment world. The program received provisional accreditation by IFMA in October 2012 and is the only accredited facilities management degree program in the state of Florida and historically black college or university. Special thanks is extended to Dr. Roscoe Hightower and Professor Ronald Lumpkin for their leadership, dedication and professionalism in creating, implementing, and running this exceptional program that leads to rewarding careers for our graduates.
Florida A&M University mourns the loss of Tiki Suarez-Brown, Ph.D., associate professor for the Division of Management Information Systems in the School of Business and Industry, who passed away on Wednesday, Nov, 21.
In lieu of flowers, the family has asked that donations be made to “Metro Atlanta Community Impact Project” in Tiki’s memory.
SBI Dominates Globe-Without-Borders Global Business Case Competition
The Globe-Without-Borders Global Business Case Competition is an annual case competition that brings together undergraduate business students to compete in a challenging business case study. On September 21, 2012 two of our teams placed 1st and 2nd at Savannah State University with the supervision of their faculty advisor Professor Rashada Houston. A total of six teams from four universities participated in the competition: Florida A&M University, Georgia Southern University, Savannah State University, and South University.
First Place Team
From left to right Brandon Camille, Tiana McClellan, Zachary Addy, Professor Rashada Houston
Second Place Team
From left to right Hillrod Lumpkin, Shayna Gunn, Breyon Love, Professor Rashada Houston
New Fall and Spring Scholarship opportunities!
Welcome SBI students. The following School of Business and Industry (SBI) scholarships are available for SBI students for the 2012-2013 year (Fall 2012 and Spring 2013):
Daimler-Chrysler Corporation Corporate Finance Scholarship
Daimler-Chrysler Corporation Minority Women’s Scholarship
Florida Lottery/Scientific Games Scholarship
James Kozlowski of PepsiCo Award Scholarship
Toyota Motor Sales, USA, Inc. Professional MBA Scholarship
Toyota Motor Sales, USA, Inc. Undergraduate Scholarship
Financial Assistance Request application
Please complete the application on-line, print and submit by the deadline. A
student can also pick-up a scholarship packet from Suite 104, SBI South Wing.
All applications must be returned no later than September 19, 2012 by 4:00 pm for
ATTN.: SBI Budget Office
School of Business and Industry
Florida A&M University
Sybil C. Mobley Business Building Complex
500 Gamble Street
Suite 104, South Wing
Tallahassee, Florida 32307-5200
The School of Business and Industry (SBI) is hosting its 2012 Virtual Summer Camp Series. This creative online experience allows students across the nation to learn concepts and theories within the business world and apply those concepts to everyday life. As a result, students will enhance their critical thinking skills, improve their competitive advantage, increase scholarship opportunities, and gain the necessary life skills to excel in college. More >>
BEEP Case Competition – 1st Place – SBI!!
The BEEP case team came in first place in Orlando on Friday, June 8th! The team members were Andrew Lucas, Asia McFarland, Najee Sanders, and Krystal Wilson. The other finalists were Claflin University and Fayetteville State University.
Team Advisor: Dr. Jennifer Collins
Alumni Showcase: Alfonso Cornish II
“SBI Superstar” on the move! Read about our own Alfonso Cornish II in the “Business Journal”. More >>
SBI Takes First Place!
Congratulations to Dr. Saundra Drumming and the Deloitte Case Competition Team:
Shayna Gunn, Bethany Holt, Brian Johnson, Wendy Neptune and Jean Laguere!!!
They won First Place in the National Deloitte Case Study Seminar in Dallas, TX, beating out Notre Dame, University of Miami (Ohio), University of Washington, University of Texas and Brigham Young!!
SBI Places 2nd in the OFC Business Plan Competition!!!
Congratulations to the SBI Business Plan team who placed second in the OFC Business Plan Competition!!! They also were awarded Outstanding Presentation! The competition included 23 HBCUs. The final results were:
1st place - Fayetteville State University
2nd place - Florida A & M University
3rd place - Tennessee State University
The team included: Antoinyce Eaton, Benjamin Evans, III, Omitope Taylor, and Scarlett Williams.
Team Advisor: Dr. Jennifer Collins
Alumni Showcase: Peter W. Washington
As of February 7, 2012 SBI is pleased to announce the promotion of Peter W. Washington to the position of Vice President from Senior Associate. Jeff Pfeffer, Managing Partner of CapX Partners, states, “Peter is ready to take on the next phase of his career. CapX is excited to have someone with sound underwriting skills out in the market developing business.”
Peter received his MBA with concentrations in accounting, finance, and strategy from the Chicago Booth School of Business. Peter graduated magna cum laude from Florida A&M University, receiving a B.A. in Business Administration.
CapX Partners, founded in 1999, is an equipment financing and secured mezzanine fund focusing on transaction sizes of $2 - $10 million for private equity and venture backed portfolio companies. CapX is investing out of its fourth fund, and favors manufacturing, distribution, service, technology, and healthcare service industries with an emphasis on revenue producing fixed assets. (Release courtesy of Illinois Venture Capital Association)
Alumni Showcase: Sonia Jackson Myles
SBI alum Sonia Jackson Myles' ebook "The Sister Accord: 51 Ways To Love Your Sister" is now available on iTunes!
The Sister Accord was born as a resolution presented 3 years ago to a group of women encouraging and inspiring them to have loving, positive relationships with each other. Mrs. Myles said “I had no idea that I had tapped into something that would resonate with so many people around the world! Today, girls and women, in many countries around the globe, are using the principles of The Sister Accord and igniting the power of Sisterhood in their lives. Word of Mouth and The Internet has enabled The Sister Accord to touch so many people in such a short period of time!”
The Revolution of LOVE has begun! Join the movement, buy the eBook (printed version will be available late March/early April) and spread the LOVE!!
Click on this iTunes link to see a sample of the book or to purchase: The Sister Accord
For more information on The Sister Accord, please visit: www.thesisteraccord.com. Our new website is Coming Soon! Stay Tuned!!
Click here to view the full book release >>
Alumni Showcase: Aaron Gray
We are pleased to announce that SBI Alum Aaron Gray has joined Global Payments as Director, Corporate Development and will help drive the domestic and international corporate development and mergers and acquisitions (M&A) initiatives for worldwide expansion and growth as of November 9 2011.
Prior to joining Global Payments, Aaron served as Manager, Strategic Business Development/Corporate Strategy for The Home Depot. He executed extensive research on market trends to identify key issues and their impact on core business strategies as well as provided analyses and recommendations on strategic business and operational initiatives to the executive leadership team.
Alumni Showcase: Javonté Anyabwelé
As of December 12, 2011, we are pleased to announce the appointment of SBI Alum Javonté Anyabwelé as Productivity Director, Asia Pacific, based in the US.
With Javonte’s strong background and experience in change management, global strategic sourcing, indirect procurement, direct supply chain management, program development, continuous improvement, six sigma methodologies, outsourced manufacturing, and due diligence valuation, he has gain an executive position at Bausch & Lomb. He joined Bausch & Lomb in 2006 as Senior buyer, Indirect/Supplier Readiness and progressed through the roles of Senior Supplier Quality Engineer/Supplier diversity coordinator to his most recent role as Global External Manufacturing Manager/Supplier Diversity Manager. Prior to Bausch & Lomb, he held the role of International Project Manager with Office Depot based in The Netherlands, and before that was employed as a Professional Health Care Representative with Pfizer Pharmaceuticals.
Alumni Showcase: Shundrawn Thomas
SBI Alum Shundrawn Thomas was recently recognized by Black Enterprise Magazine, October 2011 issue, as one of the most powerful blacks on Wall Street. Shundrawn Thomas currently resides as the Senior Vice President of Northern Trust Investments for Northern Trust-Chicago.
Shundrawn serves as a managing director and global head of Northern Trust’s Exchange Traded Funds Group. He is responsible for strategic planning, product innovation, business development, vendor management, and talent acquisition. His capital market experience includes equities, fixed income, and derivative investment products.
2011 NBMBAA 1st Place Trophy goes to FAMU SBI
This year twenty-one top universities competed and over 10,000 people attended the National Black MBA Association (NBMBAA) conference. Of the six Chrysler Case team finalists, FAMU SBI was the only HBCU to advance. The top three awardees were: FAMU SBI for 1st place; Pennsylvania State for 2nd place; and the University of Georgia for 3rd place. We have taken 1st place in three of the past five years, since we entered the Chrysler sponsored competition in 2007.
From left to right: Dr. Joycelyn Finley-Hervey, Benjamin Evans, Cianna Reaves,and Antionyce Eaton
In this year's case, the students were required to assess the recruitment and retention efforts of Chrysler and provide best-in-class strategies that would be financially beneficial for the company and provide them high return on talent management. Students were given 5 weeks to analyze the business case. All schools competed by presenting their findings and solutions to a diverse judge panel of Chrysler and other corporate executives in hopes of winning the case competition.
In the past years, Chrysler has awarded the winning teams monetary awards of $15,000 (1st place), $10,000 (2nd place), $8,000 (3rd place). This year, Chrysler decided to show their appreciation of their partnership with the NBMBAA conference and raised the award amounts to $25,000 (1st place), $15,000 (2nd place), and $10,000 (3rd place). SBI's team took home the grand award and trophy. SBI's winning team was composed of Antionyce Eaton, Professional MBA Student from Raleigh, NC; Benjamin Evans, Professional MBA Student from Philadelphia, PA; and Cianna Reaves, Team Captain and Graduating MBA Student from Perry, FL. The Advisor for the winning team is Dr. Joycelyn Finley-Hervey, Professor of Organizational Behavior and Management in SBI.
SBI scholarships for Fall 2011 and Spring 2012
View the following scholarship description sheets and submit the financial assistance request forms below before September 15 by 4:00pm!!! View the announcement and submission details >>
Employment opportunity - Janssen Pharmaceutical
Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies, is recruiting for a Manager, Market Research - Virology to be located in Titusville, NJ. More >>
Edward Jones Reception - St Louis
The reception will be on Wednesday, July 27, 2011 at 7:00 pm (Edward Jones Headquarters - St Louis). This will be an excellent opportunity for you and your family to learn more about Florida A&M University and scholarship opportunities, as well as network with key executives, current students and alumni of Florida A&M University.
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Full-Time Human Resource position available in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Research Triangle Park, North Carolina. More >>
SBI Alum Marvin E. Green Named Director of Student Activities at FAMU
Marvin E. Green Jr. has been named Florida A&M University’s (FAMU) new director for Student Activities. Green will officially begin his new position on July 1. Green received the Business Administration Degree from the FAMU School of Business and Industry.
“I am honored and excited that I can serve my alma mater at this capacity,” – Marvin E. Green
Teacher of the year!
SBIans, it is with extreme pleasure that we announce the naming of Dr. Roscoe Hightower as FAMU 2010-2011 “Teacher of the Year”. Dr. Roscoe Hightower has been an exemplary faculty member and has excelled in every phase of academia at FAMU.
SBI co-hosted the “HBCU Business Deans Roundtable” 2011 Summit
SBI co-hosted the HBCU Business Deans Roundtable Summit reception was co hosted at the Florida A&M University law school in Orlando Florida, June 2, 2011. The reception helped kick off the HBCU Business Deans Roundtable Summit whose goal is to strengthen and develop partnerships and alliances with corporations, government, and national organizations to provide the essential tools and resources for student success. The Summit concluded on June 4, 2011.
SBI illumination – SBI’s Newsletter
Volume1, Issue 1 – October 23, 2009 (pdf)
Volume2, Issue 1 – January 1, 2011 (pdf)
SBI Alum Ms. Kimberly Corbin named President and CEO
Ms. Corbin formally began her term as President and CEO of the National Black MBA Association, Inc. on January 3. She has an impressive record of accomplishments… More >>
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