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Business student owns three companies

Matthew Yoakum, a double major in business management and marketing, owns and operate three businesses.

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Brett Kunshek

Kelce College of Business alumnus Brett Kunshek smiles when he describes himself as a “townie” - the type of student who grows up near a college town and doesn’t have to go far to get an education.

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Katie Aikins

SIFE USA

Aikins, of Pittsburg, has served for the past two years as president of PSU’s Students In Free Enterprise chapter, an award-winning international organization that hones students’ business and presentation skills. Each year, the group takes part in regional, and often national, SIFE competitions.

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Grimes named Business dean

Provost Lynette Olson announced today that Dr. Paul W. Grimes had been selected as the next dean of the university's Kelce College of Business. Grimes is currently the Associate Dean for Instruction and Operations for the College of Business at Mississippi State University.

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Lelkes takes on big challenges

New College of Business faculty member Anne-Marie Lelkes is taking on a lot, including the challenging CPA exam. Lelkes tied with another for the highest score for that quarter.

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Maria Pacheco

The 1998 College of Business graduate, Maria Pacheco, has developed a very successful career in the mobile games industry.

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Caleb Farabi, College of Business Alum

This past summer, Farabi and Lee were recognized as the top student athletes in the MIAA. It was the first time in the 16-year history of the award that two students from the same university were selected. Now graduates of PSU, Farabi and Lee recognize that their experiences and hard work at PSU put them on a path that forever changed their lives.

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Bob Herrmann, College of Business Alum

The success of Pitt State graduates is evident when alumni like Bob Herrmann make a stop at their alma mater to share with students the important lessons they’ve learned in their careers.

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Brandan Meister

When senior business administration major Brandan Meister was paralyzed in a car accident four years ago, the odds of standing his 6-foot frame again didn't look good. For several months, he slowly recuperated from a broken back, head lacerations, and broken ribs after being thrown from a rolling vehicle.

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Heather Horton

It's been years since Heather Horton was challenged by an art professor to create a logo and font for a mock business. But when she worked this year to turn that idea for a bakery into an actual business, this PSU graduate knew those hours spent in class were well worth it.

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