The Berry Center for Economics, Business and Public Policy will host a panel on business leadership featuring four local business leaders on at 6:30 p.m. Sept. 16. in Hedges Conference Room in the Thomas Commons. The event is free and open to the public.
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Two groups of Cornell College students were accepted into the the University of Iowa’s John Pappajohn Entrepreneurial Center Student Accelerator program for the summer.
Tiffany Monreal ’14 will teach English in South Korea as part of the Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship Program. She is the ninth Cornellian in nine years to earn a Fulbright.
Ji “Max” Zhang, an economics and business major, secured a position at AEGON, doing risk management.
Bloomberg hosted the Bloomberg Aptitude Test at Cornell College free of charge on April 3. The Bloomberg Aptitude Test (BAT) connects students with 25K+ financial recruiters worldwide.
Todd Knoop’s macroeconomics seminar studied China’s rapid growth during a block-long tour of the country in December. Tiffany Monreal ’14 captured her impressions of the experience through a photo essay.
Interested in banking, insurance, or finance? Former Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation interns, Josh Randall and Katie Mueller, will share their internship experience in the Thomas Commons, 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Nov. 14.
During Block 2, students in Financial Accounting became CEOs, running their own companies in an online business simulation competition sponsored by the Berry Center for Economics, Business, and Public Policy.
During this Livestream, Sheryl Sandberg will discuss her hopes for the next generation of women leaders and answer students’ questions. Sandberg’s book, Lean In, examines why women’s progress has stalled in the job market and what holds women back, while offering solutions to help women achieve their full potential. This conversation on gender will start the discussion to work toward closing the leadership gap and educating our future generation of leaders. Oct. 28 at 6 p.m. in the Beijing room in Thomas Commons.
Inspired by a course in macroeconomics, Michael Baca shifted his long-time plan of becoming a physician for a path in healthcare administration.