Alex Miller, a 21-year-old economics major at Eastern Mennonite University, was recently recognized by Mennonite Economic Development Association (MEDA) as one of “20 Under 35 Changing the World.”
Working for the family-owned ecommerce retailer JMX Brands, Miller completed a 1.5-year project that hugely increa ...More
Where can you have a nourishing breakfast and hear a noted author and International speaker discuss best practices in business and economics? At the 2011 Homecoming Breakfast sponsored by the Department of Business and Economics and the local Mennonite Economic Development Associates (MEDA) chapter.
Bruno Dyck, ’82, holds a PhD in business from the University of Alberta and is a pr ...More
By Andy Dula
This article is adapted from an address to the Lancaster MEDA Chapter. Andy Dula, a 1991 EMU graduate, is chief financial officer at EG Stoltzfus Construction, Lancaster, Pa. In June 2010 he began a three-year term as EMU board of trustees chair.
During Homecoming 2009 in October, students, professors and community MEDA members experienced a great homecoming weekend when Joyce Lehman visited campus.
Appearing as a guest speaker at the business and economics’ department’s Annual Hom ...More
EMU economics professor Chris Gingrich
When thinking about his upcoming sabbatical last year, EMU economics professor Chris Gingrich knew he wanted to do something that wasn ...More
It was a simulation, but the experience felt authentic and “immensely practical” for the three EMU student participants.
So realistic, in fact, that Ashley Hevener, Kaleb Wyse and Joel Kratzer were selected as the top team for their presentation made at the annual convention of Mennonite Economic Development Associates (MEDA) held Nov. 6-9, 2008, in Columbus, Ohio.
Faith Patrick, program manager for the Mennonite Economic Development Associates’ (MEDA) Hati Punguzo project in Tanzania
While malaria is a devastating disease in most of Sub-Saharan Africa, it can be successfully prevented and contained, according to Faith Patrick, ...More
Lewis and Mary Coss receive the annual Gehman Philanthropic Award from EMU President Loren Swartzendruber and named for faculty emerita member and long-time benefactor Margaret Martin Gehman (at left). Photo by Jim Bishop
EMU has named a Hagerstown, Md. ...More
Allon Lefever, MBA director at EMU, and Howard Good, a MEDA vice president, sign a formal agreement aimed a ...More