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Business Scholars develop leadership skills during a visit to Zion National Park

Over the 2021 Fall Semester, students in our Business Scholars program spent a weekend in Zion National Park for a leadership retreat. The weekend started in Springdale, UT, just outside the park, where students were welcomed with a luau featuring delicious food from Moki’s Hawaiian Grill and an incredible fire dancing display featuring introductions to each of the Pacific Islands. Embracing their "aloha" spirit, [...]

2021-12-08T11:51:55-07:00December 7th, 2021|

Finance majors Ethan Black and John Haraden tackle water usage at the U

Editor’s Note: The David Eccles School of Business is celebrating Earth Day (April 22) this week by sharing stories of Eccles student entrepreneurs and organizations that highlight sustainability. As students in the Business Scholars Transfer Program, finance majors Ethan Black and John Haraden participated in the "Build a Better U" project. This project gives students the opportunity to identify, develop, and propose solutions to [...]

2021-04-21T11:58:47-06:00April 21st, 2021|

Business Scholars hold Annual Leadership Retreat in Midway

Business Scholars recently held their Leadership Retreat in Midway, Utah. This annual retreat is normally held in Zion National Park; however, the pandemic required a pivot and provided a unique experience closer to home. This fun single-day conference allowed students to make lasting friendships, enjoy the beautiful Utah scenery, and learn from amazing keynote speakers — all while being socially distant. To start [...]

2020-10-13T09:23:37-06:00October 13th, 2020|

Business Scholars celebrate with etiquette luncheon

Freshmen in the David Eccles School of Business Scholars Program celebrated their first semester with an etiquette luncheon. Hosted at the Marriott Hotel in downtown Salt Lake City, students dressed in their business professional best for lessons ranging from how to sustain a light conversation in a business setting to which fork to use first. All 500 students in the program joined together at [...]

2019-12-12T16:50:09-07:00December 8th, 2019|