My Huntsman Experience
When I entered the Huntsman School of Business in the spring of 2015, a then graduating senior named Steve Clark told me of his experience in beginning a great career with Koch Industries. He assured me that as long as I worked hard the faculty and staff in the Huntsman School would help me accomplish my career goals. Now as I prepare for graduation, I’ve seen the fruition of that promise.
Following an icon like Larry H. Miller as CEO of the company that bears his name can be intimidating, but then again Clark Whitworth, this year’s Distinguished Executive Alumnus, had a good teacher— Larry Miller.
Conducting Academic Research
This summer I had the opportunity to attend the Business of Teaching Conference and conduct research with a group of students and professors in Iceland and Denmark. Although I am not a professor, I was drawn to this conference because I wanted to be exposed to unique perspectives about unfamiliar fields of study and present research to an international body.
Student Achieves New York Dream
With the Manhattan skyline plastered across her bedroom walls, Hadley Sargent’s sights were always set on a career under the bright city lights. And this Spring, when she graduates with a dual major in marketing and business administration, she’ll pack her bags for a job with Goldman Sachs at their corporate headquarters in New York City.
Marketing Students Help Community
Students from the Huntsman Marketing Association student club helped local businesses improve their online presence during their fall semester service project. The students delivered new websites, built to the specific needs of the business, and tutored their clients on how to best manage their new websites for maximum results.
Huntsman Scholars Help High School Students
This October, students in the Huntsman Scholar Leadership Lab visited Whitehorse High School in San Juan County, Utah to help make them aware of the educational opportunities that are available. Home to Navajo Nation, over half of the residents do not have access to running water or electricity and even fewer have educational opportunities. Bret Crane, Assistant Professor over the Leadership Lab, …
10th Anniversary Celebration: Paul Huntsman Talks about father’s legacy
On November 30, 2017, we celebrated the 10th anniversary of the naming of the USU College of Business as the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business. Paul Huntsman, publisher of the Salt Lake Tribune, and son of Jon and Karen Huntsman, spoke to students, faculty, and staff about his father’s legacy. We symbolically opened the Huntsman Library, celebrating the life of Jon Huntsman, following Paul Huntsm…