USD accounting students recieve 7 out of 9 CPA scholarships

Several USD accounting students received seven out of nine of the South Dakota Certified Public Accountants (CPA) Society scholarships. The process began early this year and students found out in June and August.  USD student Haley Duffield, who received the Accounting Excellence scholarship, said that she had gotten an email from Beacom for the scholarship […]

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Belbas Larson Award process is underway

Each year, students and faculty can nominate an educator for the University of South Dakota’s Belbas Larson Award for Excellence in Teaching. One tenured professor and one tenure-track faculty member receive the award and $5,000. The winners receive the award during the Spring commencement. Gregory Huckabee is a professor in the Beacom School of Business […]

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Beacom School announces new Associate Dean, Department Chair

The Beacom School of Business announced a new interim associate dean and interim chair of economics and decision sciences division on Nov. 3 Kathryn Birkeland was announced as the interim associate dean and Thomas Tiahrt the interim chair of the economics and decision sciences division. Both will start their new positions on Jan. 1.  Tiahrt […]

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International student finds success in athletics, academics

Before her first year at USD, Laerke Jensen had never been to the United States. Originally from Denmark, Jensen was unfamiliar with USD and South Dakota. Now as a junior accounting major, Jensen is an active member of the USD women’s golf team and the Beacom School of Business. Jensen said it was a major […]

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Coyote Business Consulting works to keep businesses afloat

When businesses started closing during the pandemic, the Beacom School of Business founded Coyote Business Consulting. Over the summer, students took on 26 projects across 17 counties to keep businesses in South Dakota open and competitive. Coyote Business Consulting is the second part of Beacom’s plan to stimulate the economic development of the state. Venky […]

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Morse’s Farm Market brings local flavor to produce

Morse’s Farm Market, tucked away on Dakota St. on the outskirts of Vermillion, is a smaller operation than the competing Vermillion Area Farmer’s Market, but one that’s been a part of the community for generations. Mitchell Morse, the proprietor and sole operator of the market, has been working at the farmer’s market since he was […]

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USD Beacom School of Business offers webinar series to support local businesses during pandemic

Beginning on Thursday, the Beacom School of Business is offering a webinar series led by faculty to show support to small businesses during the Coronavirus pandemic. As the leading business school in South Dakota, Venky Venkatachalam, dean of the USD Beacom School of Businesses said it’s important the Beacom School shows their support to economic […]

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Online MBA program ranked 17th in prestigious review

Rigorous, competitive and committed are just three words to describe the Beacom School of Business’s Online Masters of Business Administration program (MBA), Dean Venky Venkatachalam said. The online MBA program has ranked within the top 20 of The Princeton Review’s Top 25 Online MBA programs in the world for the last five consecutive years. The […]

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Beacom’s Global Immersion Program: Immersing in a Real World

The Beacom School of Business’s newest program for excellence is the Global Immersion Program (GIP). GIP gives students the opportunity to travel abroad for a foreign business immersion travel. Birthed in 2018, GIP provides students a transforming learning experience, with a practical understanding of global business concepts.  Mark Yockey, associate professor at the Beacom School of […]

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