College of Business

Alumna joins NAACP leadership


Arlis Whalum (BSBA Accounting, ’80) was recently appointed chief financial officer of the oldest and largest civil rights organization in the United States.
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Alumna joins NAACP leadership


Arlis Whalum (BSBA Accounting, ’80) was recently appointed chief financial officer of the oldest and largest civil rights organization in the United States.
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Exchange holding company CEO gives keynote at Finance Honors induction


Ed Tilly, president and CEO of Cboe Global Markets Inc., spoke at the induction ceremony for the second Finance Honors Track program cohort.
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Roosevelt debuts graduate certificate in real estate development


The 12-credit-hour program, the first of its kind in the Midwest, can be completed in two semesters at the Marshall Bennett Institute of Real Estate.
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Alumni Week Hosted Accomplished HCB Graduates


During the second annual Alumni Week, 18 HCB graduates and business partners visited campus to share career insights with current students.
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The Leading Edge of Social Justice

The Leading Edge of Social Justice

Roosevelt University was one of the first fully integrated colleges in the United States, one of the first with an integrated faculty and Board of Trustees, and one of the first to promote social justice and human rights as core missions.

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Why Innovation Matters

Why Innovation Matters

Innovation is a term as overused as multitasking or empowerment. Yet at its basic form, it means taking an idea and translating it into a form that creates value.

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