Tabor School of Business Articles
Lockharts take on Millikin together
When Brandon and Megan Lockhart decided to go back to school together and pursue their undergraduate degrees at Millikin University, it was with a wealth of experience and foundation of success already under their belts. The husband and wife pair are the founders and previous owners of Lockhart’s Barber Shop and Lockhart’s Barber College, both successful businesses in Central Illinois, as well as owners of more than 100 rental units.
A self-described "explorer of knowledge," this Tabor School of Business professor takes Performance Learning into uncharted waters
"Each of them is equipped with the skills and work ethic necessary to help make a positive difference on campus."
Millikin University President Dr. Jim Reynolds announced on Nov. 18, 2021, that Mary Black has been named permanent provost and RJ Podeschi named permanent dean of the Tabor School of Business, effective immediately.
Award recognizes high-quality educational programs that train future generations of entrepreneurs
The United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (USASBE) has named Millikin University a finalist for the Model Program Award as part of the 2022 USASBE Entrepreneurship Education Awards. The award recognizes colleges and universities that provide comprehensive, bold, high-quality educational programs that train future generations of entrepreneurs.
Millikin students host soup supper fundraiser for Peacemaker Project 703
The digital media marketing curriculum at Millikin University offers a hands-on learning approach where students not only learn the core concepts of marketing, but they can build their skills through initiatives such as learning to create an integrated marketing communication campaign, designing a social media strategy or planning an event.
Makers, Crafters and Artists showcase products
Starting your own business can be thrilling and exciting, but it can also be a daunting experience that requires much planning and key decision-making. Sometimes all you need is the right space and motivation to make it happen.
Millikin University's first Makers Market, hosted on Nov. 6 in the University Commons, gave makers, crafters and artists that space to showcase a wide variety of goods and services.
"My hope for the Center for Entrepreneurship is to connect students with the community."
Dr. Christopher J. Marquette weighs in on the importance of investing
No matter what age you are, it's important to put money away for retirement or a rainy day. The earlier you save and invest, the more money you'll have in the future as a result of compound interest. Even if you're getting a late start, it is still vital to save and invest.