Feed on
Posts
Comments

Tag Archive 'Penny Miller'

Make just one change

Just making one change in your daily routine could make you happier and more productive at work. That is, according to Shawn Achor, author of The Happiness Advantage, who maintains that happiness is a choice. Stetson University Executive MBA alumnus Penny Miller of Cohort 7 found out about his book and wants to pass along […]

Read Full Post »

Danielle VanCola joined the Stetson University Executive MBA program in August 2011, and she has already earned a promotion at Wyndham Vacation Resorts. VanCola is one of many Stetson Executive MBA students and alumni who have recently been promoted. Stetson University congratulates these Hatters and proudly recognizes their accomplishments. Danielle VanCola was promoted from Junior […]

Read Full Post »

Articles that explain what an Executive MBA is often focus on how entering a program is an investment in your future, or how it’s an opportunity for a professional to work and go to school at the same time, or how you will gain a competitive edge over your peers. But for Aaron Wright, the […]

Read Full Post »

It often feels like 24 hours isn’t enough time in a day to get your job done and your home organized, especially when you’re also trying to raise children, energize your marriage or exercise and eat properly. So how could you possibly fit in an MBA program on top of all that and expect to […]

Read Full Post »

Many of Stetson’s veteran professors left lasting impressions on Stetson EMBA’s Cohort 7, but when it came to choosing one to receive the EMBA Outstanding Professor Award, the overwhelming choice was Dr. Larry Belcher, a finance professor at Stetson since 1990. Students said he has a knack for putting complex academic concepts into understandable real-world […]

Read Full Post »

Toasts, cheers, honors and feasting marked the end of studies March 19 for a group of MBA students at the Stetson Center at Celebration who completed the life-changing goal of earning a Master’s Degree in Business Administration. Members of the cohort picked Penny Miller of Clermont, a human resources partner for Disney, as the Top […]

Read Full Post »