Limestone College Masters of Business Administration Director Dr. Shannon Creighton will be moderating a Young Professional Development and Success workshop at the Pique event in Taylors, South Carolina on March 22.
The Pique, hosted by Ten at the Top, aims to join young professionals from across Upstate South Carolina in an attempt to help impact the community and region.
Wheeler Bryan, Jr., current supervisor at Sea Island Events in Sea Island, Georgia and former Limestone golfer, was recently named to the College’s Board of Trustees.
Bryan, who is filling an unexpired term, has 15 years of experience in the hospitality industry, working primarily out of the Atlanta area. He graduated from Limestone in 2003 with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration/Management and played four years on the Saints’ varsity golf team.
Camille Denise Hunter, Corporate Accounting Manager at J.M. Smith Corporation in Spartanburg, has been named to the Limestone College Board of Trustees following the opening of an unexpired term seat.
“I was thrilled to be considered,” Hunter said. “I am normally a very humble person and this experience has humbled me even more. I can’t tell you how honored I was to be selected.”
The public is invited to attend a news conference on Friday, February 16, as Limestone College announces its new head football coach.
The press conference will take place in the main dining room of Stephenson Dining Hall & Conference Center starting at 10 a.m.
Following an extensive national search, the Limestone College Athletics Department will be introducing the candidate who has been tabbed as program’s third head football coach.
Limestone College recently named Jeremy Whitaker, CPA, as the institution’s new Controller.
Whitaker now oversees the Business Office, while also working with budgeting and student accounts.
He earned his Bachelor of Science in accounting from Limestone in 2008 and completed his Master of Accounting at Gardner-Webb University in 2011. He is a 2004 graduate of Blacksburg High School.
Limestone College is now offering a Healthcare Administration concentration to its online Master’s in Business Administration Program for students seeking a leadership career in healthcare-related fields.
“This concentration is for anyone who wants to be a leader or manager in healthcare,” said MBA Program Director Dr. Shannon Creighton. “The MBA program is not just for business students anymore. There is a huge need for healthcare management, which is the business side of healthcare. The healthcare system needs leaders who understand the business aspect.”
Tune in to WZZQ 104.3 FM each Tuesday at 8:30 a.m. for a 15-minute update from Limestone College during the "Fowler & Friends" morning show.
On Tuesday, January 30, the segment's hosts Dennis Fowler and Limestone Vice President for Communications & Marketing Charles Wyatt will be joined by Mike Smith, the College's Associate Athletic Director for External Relations.
On Tuesday, February 6, Fowler and Wyatt will be joined by Limestone College president Dr. Darrell Parker.
The weekly segment is also available live at www.wzzqradio.com.
Following the Christmas break, Limestone College re-opened today (Wednesday, January 3) with Dr. Darrell Parker as its 22nd President.
After an extensive national search for over seven months, Dr. Parker was introduced on Wednesday, December 6, 2017, as the next President of Limestone.
Dr. Walt Griffin, who had led the College since 1992, announced in April of 2017 that he would be retiring at the end of the fall semester.
Dr. Parker has been serving since 2012 as the Dean and Professor of Economics for the College of Business at Western Carolina University.
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