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Students attend conference in New Orleans

(04/23/14 7:45am)

The Shippensburg University chapter of the American Marketing Association (AMA) attended a three-day conference April 10–13 at which it networked with other schools and tested sales and marketing skills against other students. Around 1,300 students from 190 different colleges and universities from schools throughout the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico attended the conference. The American Marketing Association is an organization that connects marketing professionals across the U.S.


Alumni help students find pathway to success

(04/23/14 7:46am)

On Thursday, April 17, the Shippensburg University Career Center along with Alumni Career Services and Alpha Kappa Psi (Shippensburg’s Business Fraternity) presented “Pathways to Success.” The conference for Ship students, grad students and alumni brought in hundreds of visitors thanks, in part, to its powerhouse speaker lineup. Roger Serr kicked off the conference with a welcome, followed by a keynote from Christopher Jackson, an alumnus from the class of 1997.


College Park update

(04/23/14 7:47am)

UPDATE State police arrested Malcolm Staten on Thursday, April 17, in connection with the shooting that occurred Sunday, April 13, at the College Park Commons, Pennlive reported. Staten, 20, of Chambersburg, was charged with aggravated assault, discharging a firearm into an occupied structure, criminal mischief and two counts each of reckless endangerment and simple assault, according to pennlive.com.








Kevin Paul Scott: summer is about experience, not money

(04/29/14 7:55am)

“Sitting at home playing video games doesn’t look good on a résumé.” This advice came courtesy of Kevin Paul Scott, a speaker, author and co-founder of ADDO Institute and ADDO Worldwide, institutions specializing “in global leadership, student leadership and thought leadership,” according to the organizations’ website.