Management is both art and science...
It is the art of making people more effective than they would have been without your leadership. The science is in how you do that. Ask any experienced executive and they will tell you that, regardless of the industry, the most important skill any professional could possess is the ability to effectively manage others. Skilled managers are in high demand. As a result, students with the right credentials and experiences are often sought out by some of the top companies. The Management Department of the Sam M. Walton College of Business seeks to provide students with just the right combination of academic preparation and real-world student opportunities.
In the News
- Campbell Named Walton College Employee of the Year
Jason Campbell, human resource manager, has been named employee of the year by the Sam M. Walton College of Business. Campbell received the award after being named Walton College employee of the fourth quarter.
- 2014-15 Walton College Student Ambassadors Chosen
Thirteen undergraduate business majors have been named the 2014-15 Walton College Student Ambassadors. The students assist the undergraduate programs office with recruitment efforts through sharing their college experiences with prospective students and their families throughout the year.
- Carol Reeves Wins SEC Faculty Achievement Award
The Southeastern Conference has announced that Carol Reeves, the Cecil & Gwendolyn Cupp Applied Professor in Entrepreneurship at Walton, is the recipient of the university's 2014 Faculty Achievement Award.
- Walton College Again Ranked in Top 50 by Businessweek
The Sam M. Walton College of Business at the University of Arkansas ranks in the top 50 among public undergraduate business programs in the 2014 report from Businessweek.