In the years leading up to 2019, the UNI Women in Business organization was looking for a connection to the Iowa Women’s Foundation, a nonprofit dedicated to bettering the lives of women in Iowa. They just didn’t know how.
Finding ways to apply students’ learning in the classroom to real-world scenarios is of the utmost importance for UNIBusiness. Graduates who understand the world of business from all angles tend to have more success in their professional careers.
On Friday, April 26th, three tenants whose businesses are located in the R. J. McElroy Student Business Incubator program competed in the Pappajohn Student Entrepreneurial Venture Competition.
The JPEC team is excited to launch the Early Founder's Program this summer! The eight-week program kicked-off on Monday, June 3rd and will wrap up on Friday, August 2nd. We have six driven students who will be developing and growing their businesses throughout the summer.
Many of our every day decisions have a financial impact, which makes personal finance a crucial skill. It applies in almost every aspect of life. It’s especially important in high school, before students venture on their own and manage their own wealth.
The UNIBusiness Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) organization had a successful showing at the state PBL competition on March 29 and 30 in Coralville, Iowa. Six students competed in 17 events and placed in 12 of them — every student placed in at least one competition.