Over the past year and a half, the number of workers working from home, or even far from their place of employment, known as working remotely or working virtually has become commonplace. While COVID resulted in a revolutionary shift towards employees working remotely, this was a movement that was already occurring at a rapid rate before the pandemic hit. New and improved communication technologies have played a major role in this movement. The result is that companies and individuals [...]
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The Finnish American Heritage Center was alive with the sounds of high achievers last Friday night as senior honors students and other scholarship and award winners were recognized at the annual Honors and Awards Banquet. A list of winners is available below.Virginia Fund Scholarship Annie Jo Wills Philip and Loret Ruppe Community Service Scholarship Tyler Borkadi Haley Makkela The David Lauren Jokela Endowed Memorial Scholarship Melissa Helppi Angie Kilpela Nathan Perrault Samuel Westerman Scholarship Nicole Glanville Kelsie Richards Kenneth and Lois Seaton Scholarship Kelsie Richards Sisu Award Chelsea Blanck Schwartzen Jarmond Andrew Martin Makayla Mayo Brandon Robinson Sampo Society Membership Katelyn [...]
Finlandia University is proud to announce its Fall 2016 semester Dean’s and Honors List Students. In total 117 students earned honors, including 63 who earned Dean’s List honors for having a Grade Point Average of 3.75 or above.
To be eligible for [...]
Kirsten Berg, an accounting major from Hancock, is looking forward to completing her BBA this fall semester. Although she is still busy finishing her courses, she has already found employment with the Michigan Tech Employees Federal Credit Union in Houghton. Kirsten has accepted a job as an accountant and will be following a career path to transition into the Manager of Accounting and Finance for the MTEFCU.
For the second time Finlandia University participated in THE Project 2016, a project management competition sponsored by the Western Michigan Chapter of the Project Management Institute. This year’s competition featured 12 teams from eight Michigan universities. All teams spent the spring semester developing a project plan aimed at solving or improving a major challenge facing the state of Michigan. This year the task of all the participating teams was to select a county in Michigan and [...]