Of 90 applicants, just 32 students began bootcamp in early July.
The completion ceremony will be held on August 18 at 4 p.m. in Randolph Hall.
Nearly 30 students in Managing Corporate Events will be working in hospitality suites at the Ocean Course.
Economics major Jay Shepard '04 credits faculty for encouraging him to pursue his passion for music.
Designation serves as a benchmark for competency in global commerce.
The School will work with the U.S. Commercial Service to educate businesses and the public about the economic benefits of exporting.
The students will spend two weeks in Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi as part of the required study abroad experience.
The students are creating business plans as part of their entrepreneurial studies.
Students will travel to Ace Basin to replant oyster shells they've helped to recycle.
The Center for Entrepreneurship is hosting a contest to bring out (and fund!) creative ideas.