Graham Lewis Brown was presented with the Wall Street Journal award for 2010 at the annual Falls School of Business banquet Wednesday, April 14. Brown, a graduate from Norwell High School and a graduating management senior with a 4.0 GPA, has been actively involved in FSB activities over the past four years.
The Anderson University Falls School of Business Residential MBA (RMBA) program is proving to be a competitive and innovative program that graduates successful individuals. The eleven-month program is designed for students who wish to continue directly to graduate level work after the completion of their undergraduate studies.
Dr. Doyle Lucas, director of the Doctor of Business Administration Program at the Anderson University Falls School of Business, was recently honored with the creation of an endowed scholarship bearing his name. The Dr. Doyle Lucas Endowed Scholarship Fund will celebrate the service of the professor and help business students with their academic financial burdens.
Last fall, Anderson University student Mike Dean created and launched Swap ‘Em, an online marketplace where students could network with each other and trade or purchase textbooks at a reduced cost to the students. After the successful launch of his service for Anderson University students, Dean has been chosen as a semi-finalist in the Enterprise 8 Business Plan Tournament hosted by the Ball State Entrepreneurship Center on March 18-19.