Business Administration

Why We Give: Mike and Janna (Duncan) DeMarsh ’87

  “We believe it is important to help continue the growth of small Christian-based colleges, and there is no better place to show this support than Wesleyan. That is the very reason I encourage other alumni to give. Even though Mike is not a graduate of Wesleyan, everyone welcomes Mike to campus and to alumni…

Kentucky Wesleyan College Announces Collaborative Partnership with University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law

Kentucky Wesleyan College announces an exciting partnership with the University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law.  A new innovative 3+3 Accelerated Law Program will allow Wesleyan students to obtain a juris doctorate no more than six years after their high school graduation.  Students in the following academic majors will enroll as undergraduates at Wesleyan through…

Why I Give: Douglas Hoyt ’84

Hometown: Conneaut, OhioB.S., Kentucky Wesleyan College, 1984, Political Science and SociologyM.S., Indiana State University, 1985, Urban and Regional PlanningDirector of Procurement and Contracts at Kenergy, an electric distribution cooperative serving 14 western Kentucky countiesFamily: Wife, Brenda; children, Jeremy and Lesley; grandchildren, Lennon, Jarrek, Aven and Grayson

Two of a kind: Twin sisters follow parents’ footsteps in family business

This story first appeared in the Messenger-Inquirer by Angela Oliver, 270-691-7360, aoliver@messenger-inquirer.com. Dorothy Jean and Berna Dean Bibbs used to stand at the doors of Bibbs Funeral Home in Greenville as girls. Sometimes they’d be holding them open as a funeral procession entered. Other times they’d be listening as their father told colorful stories with his…

Why I Give: Lincoln Latham

Hometown:      Hopkinsville, Ky.B.S. in business administrationMortgage Loan Originator with First Security Bank of Owensboro

350 OMS students heading to KWC Thursday

A story from the Owensboro Messenger Inquirer More than 350 Owensboro Middle School students will be spending the day Thursday on the Kentucky Wesleyan College campus learning about business, economics and careers.

Kentucky Wesleyan Center for Business Studies reaccredited by international agency

Owensboro, Ky. (Jan. 11, 2016) – Kentucky Wesleyan College is pleased to announce that the Board of Commissioners of the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education (IACBE) has granted reaffirmation of accreditation of the business and management programs offered through its Center for Business Studies. The IACBE is recognized by the highly regarded Board of…

Meet Freshman Mitch Jones

Director of Development and Donor Relations M. Blake Harrison describes Mitch Jones as the model student and employee. “He is professional, punctual and dedicated,” says Harrison. Jones welcomed several folks into the President’s Circle, a new giving society reserved for donors who contribute $1,000+ during the fiscal year.