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Dr. Karen McDaniel hosts Etiquette Training for Dinner in Business Settings

Written by LaGanzie Kale

March 26, 2018

Dr. Karen McDaniel, Associate Professor of Management at Arkansas State University, recently hosted a training on proper business etiquette while dining. Dr. McDaniel was assisted by Dr. Sandra Bevill, Professor of Business Communication at Astate. Students in Dr. McDaniel’s class learned the do’s and don’ts of eating in a business setting while enjoying a four course meal. KLEK General Manager LaGanzie Kale was an invited guest along with Miss Arkansas State University Cori Keller and Miss Historic Batesville Claudia Raffo. We will attempt to do a special edition of “Community Conversations” with Dr. McDaniel so that she may demonstrate these same techniques to our listeners and supporters. Pictures from today’s event are below.


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