The School of Business and Economics will host a reception for our graduating seniors on April 27th. The reception will take place in the Michigan Tech library and will run from 4 pm to 6 pm. The President’s reception for all Michigan Tech graduating seniors will begin at 5:30 pm and will be held in the Memorial Union Building.
The poster below concerns scholarship opportunities for students willing to work
toward teaching certification……even in elementary education…..
If you are an economics major or minor……and/or you have a math minor……
you may want to look into this program……
The demand for math/science teachers is significant…..
Here is the academic calendar for Spring 2012: http://www.mtu.edu/registrar/students/calendars/academic/#
Thanksgiving recess will begin officially on November 18th at 10 pm.
Have a great break and travel safely!!
Andrew Haney will complete his course requirements for a Bachelor degree in Operations and Systems Management in Fall 2011 semester. Andrew will also be earning his commission as an officer in the United States Army. The commissioning ceremony will be held on Dec 10th. Congratulations Andrew. We do not have information on his active duty assignment at this time.
Note: Veterans Day is this Friday…. 11/11/11.
Nathan Sturos and Nicholas Vezzetti continue their preparations for a study abroad experience beginning after the New Year.
Nathan will be studying and learning in Costa Rica at the University National. Nathan will be getting immersion training in the Spanish language.
I am looking forward to a lot of things when I go to Costa Rica in January:
I am excited to learn the Spanish language and immerse myself in a culture inherently different than my own. I am looking forward to meeting knew people and getting an education experience that I could not get anywhere in the United States. I think this experience will be extremely beneficial, not only in my pursuit of a career, but also in my life in general. I can’t wait to experience the adventure that this tropical climate has to offer. It should be a nice change from winter storms in the U.P.
Nick will attend Shanghai University in China. He will study business and general education courses while living in one of the fastest growing, modern cities in the world.
Study Abroad in Denmark in Summer of 2012
We have a great study abroad opportunity for this summer, 2012, in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Our Associate Dean, Dr. Tom Merz, will be teaching at Copenhagen University this summer and he can provide you with more details about this program. Dr. Merz can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Courses will be taught in English. A study abroad experience will help you gain a greater understanding of cultures. Applications will be accepted in December.
Want to take advantage of your business and technical skills? Consider joining the Husky Game Development Enterprise.
We provide the opportunity to get experience in management or leadership positions, while also getting a look inside the world of video game development. Husky Games (HGD) also gives you the ability to increase your technical savvy by working on a diverse team with computer scientists, graphic designers, and business majors.
You can register on Banweb by following the instructions at http://huskygames.com/become-a-member/
Come join us at our weekly meetings every Wednesday at 5pm in Fisher 139.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Students, Michigan Tech's School of Business and Economics will host alumnus Dorthoy (Dot) Proux '86 on October 17 and 18 as part of the Scott Pattullo Visiting Executive Speaker Series. Proux will be the second speaker invited to campus this year following John Rockwell's visit . The series is designed to give students access to influential alumni in business and engineering fields. Dot will present to the community on Monday, October 17th in MUB Ballroom A from 6 - 7:30 pm her presentation is titled, "Making an impact in your first professional position: Keys to maximizing your personal brand and securing career opportunities in a globally diverse workplace." More info: http://blogs.mtu.edu/business/2011/10/11/dot-proux-discusses-workplace-professionalism/ Please see the attached poster also.
The New Venture Competition is the $30,000 business plan competition, that some of you may have heard of throughout the past couple of weeks.
Our current participants are looking to formulate teams for the competition, and we are looking for students that have experience, or an interest of obtaining experience in the following areas:
7 students for accounting
5 for marketing
7 for legal
5 for sales
3 for human resources
7 for financing
1 for IT
If you are interested in joining someones team for the competition, please consider attending our event on Monday, October 3rd at 6pm.
The event will be located in the Lakeshore Center, but we will provide busing from, and back to, the MUB at 5:50pm, and ~6:50pm respectfully.
The event will start off with current participants giving a 30 second pitch of the overall goal of their idea, and what kind of partners they are looking for.
If you have any questions, please email Travis at email@example.com
Fall picnic coming up today, Sept 21 from 3:30 – 6:30pm on the Academic Office Building lawn or in the ROTC gym if we have bad weather.
Plan to stop by and enjoy an evening of fun and food!!