News - Business Administration

Elodi Jaoubin
February 25, 2021 • Posted in , , , ,

Business Students Collaborate with Paris College on Food Industry Project

Twenty University of the Ozarks business students are putting their classroom knowledge and experience to work this semester on a cross-cultural project to help the food industry navigate the Covid pandemic. The Ozarks students, who are in an upper level special studies elective in the Business Administration program, are collaborating with college students from the […]

Casie Ballard
January 20, 2021 • Posted in , , ,

Senior Ballard Authors Book on Faith

The vulnerable life of a small-town girl with big-time faith. That’s how University of the Ozarks senior Casie (Zapf) Ballard of Cabot, Ark., succinctly summarizes her new book, “Do You Have a Minute?” Ballard, an English and business administration major who will graduate with honors in May, wrote the self-published book over the past two years. […]

Daicza Garcia
December 8, 2020 • Posted in , ,

Garcia Proves an Exemplary Scholar

Daicza Garcia could be a poster child for how to do college. The University of the Ozarks senior is graduating college in 3½ years and with high honors and no debt. It’s quite an accomplishment for the Clarksville native who will earn a degree in business administration with Magna Cum Laude honors during the University’s […]

juan pablo

Vivar ’04 Finds Fulfillment in Finance Profession

For former University of the Ozarks Walton Scholar Juan Pablo Vivar ’04, it is an exciting time to be working in the finance industry. Vivar is living in Mexico City and working as a senior consultant at the Dubai-based Amarante Consulting, a firm that offers advisory projects to a variety of public and private institutions […]

Alejandra “Ale” Polanco-Montoya
July 17, 2020 • Posted in , , ,

Polanco-Montoya ’05 is Making a Difference in HR

Alejandra “Ale” Polanco-Montoya leads the human resources department for one of the largest family-owned produce companies in Central America, a professional accomplishment that she credits her alma mater, University of the Ozarks, for helping her achieve. Originally from Honduras, Polanco-Montoya is a 2005 management and economics honors graduate and former Walton Scholar at Ozarks. She […]

Geoshan Lee

Lee Continues Family Legacy at Ozarks

When Geoshan Lee graduates from University of the Ozarks this month, he will continue a family legacy that began approximately 40 years ago when his parents met as students on the Ozarks campus. Lee, from Penang, Malaysia, will graduate with a communications degree and minors in marketing and theatre. His parents, George Lee and Naomi […]

Dr. Christine Scott
April 29, 2020 • Posted in ,

Professor Scott’s Paper Published by Journal

University of the Ozarks Associate Professor of Business Dr. Christine Scott has had a research paper published in the March 2020 edition of the peer-reviewed Global Journal of Economics and Finance. Scott’s paper, “Strategies to Implement Efficient Closing Cycles,” stems from research from her doctoral dissertation that she completed in 2019 in earning a doctorate […]