JWU College of Business

Caitlin Isles

Recent Posts by Caitlin Isles:

Future Business Leaders Get a Taste of JWU

The snow and a one-hour delay didn’t stop 100 Rhode Island high school students from attending their Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) conference at JWU’s Providence Campus.

Topics: Business National Student Organizations (NSOs)

Marketing Students Advise a Global Company

If it seems hard to imagine a group of college kids creating a business plan for an international company, then you’ve probably never met a college kid from JWU.

Topics: Providence Business Marketing

JWU Takes NYC: A Tour of Facebook Headquarters

Welcome to the East Coast hub of all things Facebook, where the ideas flow and the magic happens. And, no — we aren’t talking about Mark Zuckerburg’s old college dorm room — we’re talking about the multi-million dollar New York City headquarters that JWU students got the chance to tour.

Topics: Careers Providence Social Media

A Class Instagram Competition Teaches Students How to Get #InstaGood At Social Media

You might not get as many likes as Kylie Jenner, but you can definitely boost your Instagram game with some of these tips from  JWU's Social Media Marketing class. 

Topics: Providence Marketing Social Media

From Coast to Coast: JWU Students Chat with California-Based Ad Agency

Earlier this week, students at the Providence Campus had the chance to talk with associates from RPA Advertising, an advertising and marketing agency headquartered in Santa Monica, California. The special “Office Hours” event gave 15 students the chance to connect one-on-one with an RPA employee on the other side of the country for a 20-minute video chat session.

Topics: Providence Business Marketing

2018 College of Business Senior Spotlights

Johnson & Wales University will award 9 honorary doctorate degrees and a total of 3,138 undergraduate, graduate and doctoral degrees at its 2018 commencement ceremonies, across the university’s 4 campuses. Here are just a few of the 443 undergraduate students graduating this weekend from the Providence Campus' College of Business

Topics: Advertising & Marketing Fashion Merchandising Business Accounting

National Board Recognizes JWU Accounting Program and Awards Scholarship

College of Business student Olivia Tourony ’19 has received a $10,000 merit-based scholarship from the national organization Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB). Johnson & Wales University was one of 167 institutions selected to nominate a promising student for this award. Tourony, who is currently a junior in the undergraduate Accounting program, was nominated based on her interest and aptitude in accounting and auditing, and demonstration of high ethical standards.

Topics: Providence Business Accounting