Tabor School of Business Articles
Millikin creates Cybersecurity major to meet ever-increasing need of employers
Millikin University senior cybersecurity major Brandon Kane, of Forsyth, Ill., says the one unique aspect about going into cybersecurity or information systems is that it's needed everywhere, from hospitals to insurance companies.
"For me, each book that I work on is a journey towards new knowledge - a research adventure."
Dr. J. Mark Munoz, professor of management at Millikin University, is a fan of learning new things and gaining new perspectives. This particular motto led him to publishing two breakthrough books this winter that will serve as important guides for the digital economy.
"Our job is to get students from zero to sixty and we'll do that in four years."
Cybersecurity involves the study of networks and data centers, and building defenses that protect businesses from hackers.
Millikin professor offers expert advice on car insurance quotes and affordability
MoneyGeek.com recently published an article featuring an interview with Millikin University Visiting Assistant Professor of Finance Dr. Christopher J. Marquette.
Millikin class examines data and cybersecurity
Data is being accumulated by organizations at an unprecedented rate with much of the data relating to online activity, shopping behaviors, movement and demographics. Much of this is being used for the purposes of "surveillance capitalism" or the monetization of our data to drive targeted marketing and advertising.
How the Tabor School of Business is staying resilient during the pandemic
Our newest issue of Millikin Magazine takes an inside look at Millikin’s 16th President Dr. Jim M. Reynolds and how the university has adapted during the time of COVID-19.
To see more from the fall 2020 issue of Millikin Magazine visit millikin.edu/magazine.
"I definitely take a lot of pride in being a local person"
College coaches are always saying that "recruiting is the lifeblood of a program." Sometimes, the recruiting process leads to hidden gems right in a coach's backyard.
Sophomore business owner making the most of unique learning experiences
Sean Miller did not come to Millikin University with his sights set on becoming a "tech" guy or owning his own business, but two years into his college experience, the sophomore finance and management information systems double major from Hope, Ind., can boast both.
MU students help raise funds for food pantry through grab-n-go soup dinner
Sometimes understanding how to adapt to unique circumstances is the best learning outcome. That is how students from Millikin University's Marketing Event Planning course described the culminating event of their fall 2020 semester.