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Rollins Announces New Dean of Crummer Graduate School of Business
Prominent business leader Anil Menon ushers in a new era of growth as the George D. and Harriet W. Cornell Dean of Global Leadership.
Orange County Mayor to Headline 2023 Crummer Commencement
Jerry L. Demings, Mayor of Orange County, Florida will be Crummer’s commencement speaker on Saturday, May 13.
Crummer-founded venVelo II Invests in ecoSPEARS, a Florida-based Cleantech Developer
The investment from the Florida-focused venture fund will help scale breakthrough technologies to protect people and the planet against ‘forever chemicals.’
Crummer Graduate School of Business Earns AACSB Reaccreditation
The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business has once again verified Crummer’s commitment to academic rigor and excellence.
Introducing the 2022-2023 New Alumni Board Members
The eight new alumni board members come from diverse backgrounds, with unique perspectives across multiple industries.
Crummer Students Fuel Rollins’ Baseball Team’s Success
12 Crummer students were on this year’s team that advanced to the national semifinals.
Earning an MBA Helps Medical Professionals Better Understand the Business Side of Healthcare
For Dr. Myriam Garzon ’13MBA, who is chief of anesthesia at the Orlando VA Health System, an MBA helped satiate her intellectual curiosity and better understand the business side of healthcare.
Crummer’s Dr. Pete Wants to Help You Find Your Life’s Purpose
For Crummer Entrepreneur-in-Residence Pete McAlindon, helping connect people with their purpose and others is his ikigai.
Orange County, Crummer’s Edyth Bush Institute Announce $4 Million Initiative to Uplift Nonprofits
The Empowering Good partnership will help provide training to 261 local nonprofit organizations over the next three years