College of Business recognizes PROFIT, ASSET students
Contact: Rene Abadie
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COLLEGE OF BUSINESS RECOGNIZES PROFIT STUDENTS -- Southeastern Louisiana Universitys College of Business recognized five students for their research into special business-related topics. From left, are Pakki Yan Tung Chan of Hong Kong for her research into Apple Corporation; Christopher J. Manning of Baton Rouge for studies in cultural considerations in Latin American business; Kelly Bankston of Amite for her project on the oil industry; and Anthony Rutledge of Franklinton and Jonathan Pugliese of Cranson, R.I., both MBA graduate students, for their presentation on the Southeastern Costa Rica Study Abroad Program. The projects were conducted through the undergraduate PROFIT (Preferred Research Option for Intensive Training) Program and graduate level ASSET (Assisted Search Seeking Executive Training) programs, created to offer business students enhanced opportunities for research under the guidance of a faculty mentor.