The new school year at Greenville College got underway recently with a new program, the Briner School of Business.
The new initiative is named for Bob Briner, who graduated from Greenville College in 1956 and, for a time, lived in Greenville. Briner was a renowned author and Emmy-winning innovator in the field of sports broadcasting. His best known book, “Roaring Lambs”, reflected his philosophy that Christians should take their faith into the workplace to make a difference.
Click below to hear Suzanne Davis, newly appointed Dean of the Briner School of Business, talk about Briner and his legacy:
The new program is housed in newly designed space in the Dietzman Center, located just off of Beaumont Avenue.
Davis told WGEL the goal of the Briner School of Business is to integrate faith and work and, “provide extensive opportunities to students through experiential learning and their educational paths to commission them to compete in global business.” Click below to hear more:
Suzanne Davis will be a guest on an upcoming edition of WGEL’s Public Affairs Program to talk at length about the Briner School of Business.
For more on this new program, call Davis at 664-7004 or visit Greenville.edu.