Saunders College of Business at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) has been a proud partner of DECA, Inc. This organization prepares national and international high school students for marketing, finance, hospitality, and management careers.
Susan Foley, Managing Partner of Corporate Entrepreneurs and alumna of Saunders College of Business, has spent the last 25 years helping organizations grow their business.
A recent article by Supply Chain Dive, a publication specializing in news and trends related to the supply chain industry, reported that the "supply chain median salary is 24% higher t
Among the students in Saunders College of Business’s Class of 2022 is Christopher Hart, a full-time Innovation Manager for the Cleveland Indians.
Minett Professor Molding Young Minds
By William G. Clark
Did you know that by 2025, the travel and tourism industry will account for 1 in 10 jobs?
The growth of the tourism industry is at a record high in New York State! Tourism is New York State's 3rd largest employer.
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, continuously changing policies and procedures have become a challenge, especially for international workers.
The COVID-19 Emergency Fund was established to assist students with unforeseen expenses due to the pandemic.
Ndidiamaka (Ndidi) Chimah BS ’24 is a Saunders College of Business student majoring in hospitality and tourism management.
Dr. Carnovale, Assistant Professor of Supply Chain Management, is a supply chain strategist and econometrician, specializing in inter-firm networks, risk management and global sourcing/production networks with a specific focus on equity-based partnerships.
Since the onset of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, “business as usual” has developed a drastically different meaning.
Anne Taylor, third-year International Business major, spent part of her summer abroad in Italy before her internship began.
Paige Dobrzynski, fourth-year Supply Chain Management student, spent a semester abroad in Nice, France.
At the 2019 Undergraduate Research Symposium on August 1, business students presented a wide variety of subjects among poster presentations ranging from improving dating apps to blockchain technology.