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Great Value and Great Results

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Dr. Jones on how Walton continues to get great results and remains a great value for students.

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  • The Override Request System for full Fall 2014 business classes is now available. Request an override. You may submit override requests for Fall 2014 classes through 5pm on Tuesday, August 26th. Questions? Please contact the Undergraduate Programs Office at 479-575-4622 or stop by Business Building, room 328.
Conde Nast Positions Sauerberg for Possible CEO Succession
The Wall Street Journal reports that magazine publisher Condé Nast has shaken up its senior management ranks, broadening the portfolio of its president, Bob Sauerberg, and making him the clear favorite to eventually succeed its CEO. Sauerberg graduated from the Walton College in 1983 with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in finance and banking.
Campbell Named Walton College Employee of the Year
Jason Campbell, human resource manager, has been named employee of the year by the Sam M. Walton College of Business. Campbell received the award after being named Walton College employee of the fourth quarter.
Hughes Joins Center for Retailing Excellence
Synetra Hughes is joining the Center for Retailing Excellence at the Sam M. Walton College of Business at the University of Arkansas as a program manager.
Students, Center Assisting in Cities' Sustainability Efforts
Fayetteville is just one example of how Walton College's ENACTUS students and the Applied Sustainability Center are at the forefront of helping cities be more sustainable.
Cappelen Wins First Time Out on Tour
Sebastian Cappelen, an economics major and 2014 graduate of Walton College, won his first time out on the PGA Tour. Cappelen did it as a Monday qualifier at the Air Capital Classic in Wichita presented by Aetna.
Edwin Bradberry Remembered for Contributions to Northwest Arkansas and U of A Communities
Edwin Bradberry, businessman, philanthropist and Northwest Arkansas community leader passed away this week at his home in Fayetteville.
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