UIC Liautaud GMARK Marketing Professor Q&A Panel – October 27, 2010
Discuss current marketing ideas, issues and careers with two or our own UIC faculty members – Professor David Koehler and Professor Kim Moon. Join us from 4:30pm-6:00pm in Stevenson Hall, Room 303.
Completing an MBA in Marketing? Join GMARK! The Graduate Marketing Associate is dedicated to developing the skills and knowledge of students interested in studying marketing at UIC through professional networking, industry connections, and events.
UIC Real Estate Group: Real Estate in Real Life –October 27, 2010
Come join the UIC Real Estate Group for a presentation by Rux Currin, Senior Vice President of Mesirow Financial on the development of 353 N. Clark Street. Master in Real Estate and MBA in Real Estate students can also become members of the Real Estate Group before or after the presentation. The event will be held from 4-5:50pm, Lincoln Hall Rm 210.
Information and Recruiting Event for UIC Liautaud MBA students – October 28, 2010
UIC Liautaud Career Services is proud to present an Information and Recruiting Event by Gallup Corporation. Sallie Peters, Director of Talent Sourcing, will present information on Gallup and discuss current recruiting needs along with the process for applying. The event will be held from 4:30-6pm, SCE White Oak Room.
Academic Open House – November 3, 2010
Are you wondering what electives you should register for next semester? Visit the Academic Open House to speak directly with professors regarding the courses they will teach in the Spring. The event will be held from 4:30-6pm, SCE Cardinal Room
WIN Annual Wine and Cheese Networking event – November 12, 2010
Join the Women’s Interest Network for their annual Wine and Cheese Networking event. Enjoy an evening of art appreciation and wine together with your classmates and alumni of the UIC Liautaud Graduate School of Business. The event starts at 6pm and will be held at Woman Made Gallery, 685 N Milwaukee Ave.
Net Impact Roundtable with Prof Shelley Brickson – November 17, 2010
The UIC Net Impact Roundtable Series seeks to engage graduate business students and
faculty members in cutting-edge issues in corporate social responsibility, sustainability and social entrepreneurship. This roundtable is for anyone interested in leading organizations or helping them make important decisions, whether strategic or managerial. Because we address a number of different avenues for making an impact, it should appeal to students with diverse skill sets and philosophies. This discussion should resonate with those expressly committed to having a positive social impact or this interested in Prof Brickson’s course MGMT 594: Leading for Impact. The roundtable event will be held from 4:30-5:30 in Lincoln Hall, Rm 210.