What is 3D printing?: A Beginners Guide

The world of 3D printing is a rapidly growing, expanding, and changing web of technology, software, and materials. 3D printing is the innovative technology process that makes three dimensional solid objects from a digital file. Today, 3D printers allow you to create anything you can imagine while offering amazing results. […] Read More

Meet the BigRep PRO

Meet the PRO, the latest German engineered 3D printer from BigRep. The BigRep PRO is expertly engineered to provide your company with advanced technology to print large objects with industrial-grade materials. The PRO is perfect for manufacturing environments.

Cut the Cord and Stream Everything

Streaming is every millennial’s wet dream. From the starting days of Netflix snail-mailing you DVDs to years later where you can search, find and click to watch whatever may interest you at that very second.  Netflix has been the Tesla of streaming services. Circumventing cable companies by having no commercials […] Read More

OU Business School Alum Entrepreneurs

These innovative business alums demonstrate an entrepreneurial spirit through new business ventures and ideas. A serial entrepreneur, Andrew Androff, MKT ‘02, co-owner, ProfessionalMovers.com, founder, MovingCalculator.com, remains focused on improving the customer experience with moving, recently launched RentalCrates.com, which allows customers to rent reusable plastic moving boxes to help pack and […] Read More

School of Business Administration Fall 2018 Faculty News

Congratulations Professor of Marketing Janell Townsend, Ph. D., was named Department Chair, Management and Marketing. (photo)  Associate Professor of Economics Ron Tracy, Ph.D., was named Chair of the Economics Department. Karen Markel, Ph. D., professor of marketing and former department chair, who accepted the position of Dean of the College […] Read More

Oakland County 40 Under 40

The Oakland County Executive’s Elite 40 Under 40 class of 2018 included three people associated with the business school. The list highlights 40 individuals each year who are under 40-years-old and exemplify great accomplishments in their fields within Oakland County. Alexander Ayer, ECN ‘03, serves as an attorney specializing in […] Read More

International business perspective

Professors Joy Jiang and Frank Cardimen led a group of Oakland undergraduate business students on a whirlwind trip to the Czech Republic and England where they learned about the European Union and the Euro. In Prague, students got a feel for the renewed sense of entrepreneurship following the country’s transformation […] Read More

Graduate business programs recognized internationally

U.S. News & World Report’s 2019 edition of the Best Graduate Schools names Oakland University’s School of Business Administration in the Part-Time MBA Program specialty.  The ranking is based on average peer assessment scores; average GMAT and GRE scores; average undergraduate GPA; average years of work experience; and the percentage […] Read More