The number of individuals earning degrees in engineering has increased steadily over the past decade, and those numbers will only continue to grow. In particular, one subdiscipline of engineering is looking ever more appealing to students: manufacturing engineering.
Breaking down the types of manufacturing marketing videos, from virtual tours to customer testimonials
Looking at the future of manufacturing in America
Two first-year MBAs share their thoughts on attending this major MBA recruiting conference for the first time
Alumni and program staff explain how a Master of Science in Finance pays off, from high starting salaries to access to employers
The Center for Entrepreneurship at the Owen Graduate School of Management will host its inaugural Vanderbilt Entrepreneurship Conference at the Student Life Center on Friday, November 9
The made-in-the-USA apparel company asked teams for recommendations on bringing in more B2B customers
Megan Flynn (EMBA'19) reflects on her recent residency at the Beedie School of Business in Vancouver, British Columbia
From personalized career support to networking opportunities, the top reasons why you should consider a one-year master’s program in marketing
Last month, Bart Édes, the Representative of the North American Office for the Asian Development Bank, paid a visit to campus. We sat down with him to discuss the growth of Asia Pacific economies, challenges that the region is facing, how an MBA can prepare business leaders to work in a global economy, and more.
New international student orientation revamps the program formerly known as USBCC
MBAs have the opportunity to travel to China, Israel, South America, and more during their two years at Vanderbilt Business
Union-represented working mothers are at least 17 percent more likely to use paid maternity leave than comparable nonunion working mothers