MCOB News Archives

  • Lucas Brunson
    For Mitchell College of Business alumnus Lucas Brunson, an unexpected internship opportunity-in conjunction with his South Alabama ...
  • Blake Batchelor
    Over the past four years, Mitchell College senior Blake Batchelor has been stepping out of his comfort zone and stretching toward ...
  • Tax form on computer screen.
    University of South Alabama upper division accounting students will be a part of the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program provi ...
  • Jaguar Investment Fund presented to the Blue Chip Investment Group.
    On Monday, November 15, 2021 the Jaguar Investment Fund presented to the Blue Chip Investment Group. Each year the JIF prepares an ...
  • Cam Marston Speaks at Senior Seminar at Mitchell College of Business.
    On Tuesday, November 16th, 2021 the Mitchell College of Business welcomed radio personality Cam Marston as the Senior Seminar spea ...
  • SABRE Program at Summit.
    On November 18, 2021 the South Alabama Center for Business Analytics, Real Estate and Economic Development, SABRE, hosted the inau ...
  • Tracy Coleman
    For Tracy Coleman, the University of South Alabama has been a part of her life since she was little. The Mobile native started her ...
  • SABRE Summit Program.
    On November 18, 2021 the South Alabama Center for Business Analytics, Real Estate and Economic Development, SABRE, hosted the inau ...
  • Noah Roche
    Noah Roche knows the value of hard work and entrepreneurship. He's held several titles over the years: electrician apprentice ...
  • Jake Gosa and Dr. Alvin Williams
    Each semester, the Mitchell College of Business hosts the Executive Leadership Series (ELS). This event provides students with the ...
  • Ian Montes de Oca standing outside
    MCOB, Mitchell College of Business, Student Spotlight, Ian Montes de Oca ...
  • Hailey Kersteins outside of MCOB.
    MCOB, Mitchell College of Business, Student Spotlight, Hailey Kerstiens ...
  • Troy Ephriam knows his business, but he didn’t know business development. “I knew I had the desire to build a company,” he said, “but hadn’t had the opportunity.”
    Troy Ephriam knows his business, but he didn’t know business development. “I knew I had the desire to build a company, ...
  • Christina Wassenaar
    Ask the Expert:
    July 13, 2021
    "Peace does not mean an absence of conflicts; differences will always be there. Peace means solving these differences through ...
  • Senior Ambassadors 2021
    Leading the Way
    July 12, 2021
    The Mitchell College of Business Ambassadors are responsible for representing the college both on campus and in the community, bui ...
  • Brenda Landa-Silva
    Born in Mexico and raised in Mobile, Brenda Landa-Silva applied her love of different cultures, people and business to an impressi ...
  • FMA Logo
    The University of South Alabama's Financial Management Association has recently received its 15th consecutive Superior Chapte ...
  • Hails Burnette in cap and gown
    Step Out, Stand Out
    June 24, 2021
    The Mitchell College of Business recognizes the value of experiential learning and professional networking outside of the classroo ...
  • Ermanno Affuso
    Geoffrey Moore stated that “…without big data analytics, companies are blind and deaf, wandering out onto the Web li ...
  • David Potter
    Beyond the Books
    June 23, 2021
    The Mitchell College of Business takes pride in providing students with the resources needed to succeed. One of those resources is ...
  • Ashley Wade
    Mitchell College of Business accounting major Ashley Wade is a first-generation college student, but she’s not going to scho ...
  • MBA Student Athlete Andy Arguelles
    Late nights, jam-packed schedules and bus-ride study sessions are not unfamiliar to student athletes. Whether it's reviewing ...
  • Ethan Flowers in uniform standing in front of Mitchell College of Business sign.
    A campus tour, a prestigious scholarship and Mobile's rich military all made deciding on a college a simple choice for Ethan ...
  • Keeping pace with its expanding function, the Center for Real Estate and Economic Development at the University of South Alabama is evolving and with that evolution comes a name change. The department within the Mitchell College of Business has been rebranded the South Alabama Center for Business Analytics, Real Estate, and Economic Development, or SABRE.
    SABRE
    June 15, 2021
    Keeping pace with its expanding function, the Center for Real Estate and Economic Development at the University of South Alabama i ...
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  • Motor Board Top Professors 2021
    Members of the Sally Steadman Azalea Chapter of Mortar Board Honor Society at the University of South Alabama have named their Top ...
  • Dr. Kelly Collins Woodford
    Dr. Kelly Collins Woodford discusses the societal impacts of an increasing remote work economy and the evolving effects it poses t ...
  • Katelyn Cowie
    #MyFirstJob is a series focused on University of South Alabama graduates who are beginning their careers. Katelyn Cowie knows exa ...
  • Internships in Action
    The Mitchell College of Business actively supports experiential learning through its internship program initiative. This program i ...
  • SURF Awards 2021
    SURF 2021
    May 28, 2021
    The Mitchell College of Business is pleased to announce that five undergraduate students have been accepted into the University of ...
  • Chris Curry
    Thomas "Chris" Curry was hired as the Executive Director of the Mobile Airport Authority in October 2017 and was later p ...
  • Joseph Vogtner
    When Joseph Vogtner decided to transfer to the University of South Alabama and return to his hometown in Mobile, he quickly knew t ...
  • Aiden Oetken
    Hey everyone! My name is Aidan Oetken and I am a freshman planning to study marketing at the University of South Alabama. I gradua ...
  • Matt Howard
    Testing Reality
    April 29, 2021
    I have always been interested in the latest tech trends - computers, phones, watches, and anything else with a circuit board. ...
  • Nick Lawkis
    When Nick Lawkis relocated to Alabama, in 2007, he was faced with what some consider a very important decision-- War Eagle or Roll ...
  • Qamya Richardson
    Hi, my name is Qamya Richardson (pronounced Ka-Mya) I am a junior International Business major with a minor in Composite Sciences. ...
  • Aidan Oetken
    Aidan Oetken, freshman marketing major and President of the South Alabama's Chapter of the American Marketing Association, wa ...
  • Quinterria Holifield
    Quinterria Holifield, an impressive recent graduate of the Mitchell College of Business, is leveraging her passion for helping oth ...
  • Andrew Hii
    Hello! My name is Andrew Hii (pronounced like he), and I am an accounting major at the Mitchell College of Business. I started my ...
  • Dr. Hair
    The University of South Alabama's Mitchell College of Business is thrilled to recognize Dr. Joe Hair's latest publicatio ...
  • Marcus Lemonis
    Each semester, the Mitchell College of Business hosts the Executive Leadership Series (ELS). This event provides students with the ...
  • Lila Brasili
    Hi everyone! My name is Lila Brasili and I am a marketing major with a concentration in management here at the Mitchell College of ...
  • Emily Espino
    Alumni Spotlight, Emily Espino, MCOB ...
  • ELS Speaker: Marcus Lemonis
    Marcus Lemonis, host of CNBC show “The Profit” and CEO of Gander RV and Outdoors and Camping World, is the embodiment ...
  • Alice Gordon Holloway in cap and gown,
    From in front of the camera to executive training sessions and university classrooms, Alice Gordon Holloway's drive and purs ...
  • Dr. Charlene Dadzie, Assistant Professor, Marketing and Quantitative Methods
    Dr. Charlene Dadzie, assistant professor of marketing and quantitative methods for the Mitchell College of Business, has been sele ...
  • Double Jackpot: Dr. Hair Wins Two Awards
    Dr. Joseph Hair, distinguished professor of marketing and director of the USA Mitchell College of Business Ph.D. program, has been ...
  • Joe Hair teaching in the classroom.
    Ask the Expert
    January 19, 2021
    interview with Dr. Hair ...
  • Santiago Montiel standing outside the Mitchell College of Business
    Up to Bat
    January 16, 2021
    Santiago Montiel's baseball career didn't start with a bat. Instead, it started with a TV and a small boy's love fo ...
  • MCOB alumni, Jennifer Woods Crosby, with her husband, Patrick, and support dog, Beacon.
    A Beacon in the Dark
    January 16, 2021
    Despite how much we try, sometimes our path takes unexpected turns. Mitchell College of Business alumna Jennifer Woods Crosby is n ...