Why Major in BOS? 

A major in Business, Organizations, and Society is for anyone who seeks a better understanding of our increasingly commercialized world.  It is thus appropriate for those who aspire to careers in management, marketing, accounting, and finance as well as those fascinated by the engagement of business with the larger social, political, cultural, and technological issues of our time. 

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Business Reimagined

The Pulse of BOS
Story 12/17/2015

Teagle Grant Supports Linking of Business, Liberal Arts

F&M  and two collaborating institutions — Bucknell University and the University of Pennsylvania — have received a $280,000 grant from the Teagle Foundation to continue work linking business...

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Story 11/18/2015

Speaker to Illustrate Innovative Work Experiences

On Wednesday, Dec. 2, in Stager Hall's Stahr Auditorium, Jeff Pinegar, a private industry manager and former F&M professor, will speak on "A Lifetime of Innovation," sponsored by F&M's Department of...

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Story 2/4/2015

CNBC Host Talks Entrepreneurship With Students

Entrepreneur and television personality Marcus Lemonis says the key to successfully starting and growing a business is not money or accounting principles. It's people.  

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Story 11/20/2014

Connecting Disciplines Through Innovative Instruction (VIDEO)

Business, Organizations and Society blends business studies with liberal arts disciplines by using innovative learning methods, such as digital storytelling -- the practice of using computer-based...

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Story 10/28/2014

Wall Street by Day, Weight Room by Night

When Tristan Lopez isn't crunching numbers, he's crushing world records. The Franklin & Marshall College sophomore, who spent the summer as an intern at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), broke a...

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Story 4/25/2014

Samantha Kahn '14: Raised Her Voice and Found Her Calling

A lifelong singer and dancer, Franklin & Marshall College's Samantha Kahn '14 was sure that vocal performance was her calling, but she found another passion in her academic experience -- business....

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