Pamplin School of Business event highlights are available on the PSOB YouTube channel here. See highlights of the Business of Real Estate (April 2019), Entrepreneur Scholars 20th Anniversary (June 2019), and Women in Business (March 2019). More to come, including Wine, Beer, and Spirits highlights (July 2019).
Portland, OR – The Pamplin School of Business presents its next offering under its education series – Wine, Beer & Spirits: Portland’s Past Present & future, on Wednesday, July 24, at Cerulean Winery sponsored by the Bauccio Lecture series.
The event is a first time offering, inspired by the growth of craft breweries, specialty wineries and distilleries in the Portland region. Participants include experts in the wine, beer and spirits industries:
- Kevin O’Brien, Senior Vice President, Zepponi & Company
- Steve Waters, CEO Backwoods Brewing
- Jessie Sheeran, Brand Manager, SakéOne
- Ryan Magarian, Co-founder Aviation American Gin/Co-founder Oven and Shaker Pizza and Bar
- Moderated by: Dr. Sam Holloway, University of Portland/President, Crafting A Strategy
The line-up features a keynote presentation and interactive panel speaking on Portland’s current landscape and will provide an overview on current and anticipated market trends. General Admission is $35 and includes tastings, drinks, appetizers and digital badge.
The Pamplin School of Business
The University of Portland’s Pamplin School of Business has been among the highest ranked business schools on the west coast and has attained national recognition for its Masters programs. The Pamplin school was ranked best part-time MBA program in Portland by U.S. News & World Report 2019 according to rankings released March 12. The school was also placed among top “Tier One” listings according to CEO Magazine’s 2019 Global MBA rankings and Study.com ranked the Pamplin School of Business #20 in the nation as part of their 2019 Top 50 MBA Schools list. Please visit up.edu/MBA for more information.
The University of Portland’s Pamplin School of Business was ranked best part-time MBA program in Portland by U.S. News & World Report. The Pamplin School of Business’ part-time MBA program is ranked #109 out of 475 possible schools, according to rankings released March 12. See the full list here.
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The Pamplin School of Business was ranked #20 in the nation by Study.com as part of their Top 50 MBA Schools list. The University of Portland placed higher than any other school in Oregon. Selection for the list was based on academic and career resources for MBA students, the quality of education in business, faculty, and more.
In their ranking of the Pamplin School of Business, Study.com highlighted the master’s of business degree concentrations in entrepreneurship, finance, marketing, strategy, sustainability, and operations and technology management as well as the local high-profile companies who partner with the school for networking and entrepreneurial events.
To read more about the Study.com ranking, please go here.
On February 14th, Professor Sam Holloway was featured on KGW8 discussing the current state of Portland’s beer market. Professor Holloway is Pamplin School of Business’ Bay Area Distinguished Professor of Management & Entrepreneurship and is currently teaching the first course of the Customer Experience Management & Analytics Certificate. Watch Professor Holloway here.
Congratulations to Shari Dunn on being named one of Portland Business Journal‘s 2019 Women of Influence! Dunn is the Executive Director of Dress for Success Oregon and an instruction in Pamplin School of Business’ MBA in Nonprofit Management program. Dunn was also featured on PBJ’s 2018 Executives of the Year.
See all of PBJ’s 2019 Women of Influence here!