Your Newsletter: “This Week in Business”
Welcome back! A brief update: “This Week in Business" is now the newsletter for students of the College of Business covering college events and the professional and academic opportunities offered each week. Last year, this newsletter was called “The Works.” Read it, contribute, and let’s have a great year together.
Get the Scoop on Austin!
Join us for a cereal bar during Welcome Week and learn about all the resources the College of Business and Austin Hall have to offer. Get the Scoop on Austin! Join either session.
Thurs., Sept. 21 | 6-7:30 pm | Austin Hall Marketplace
-or- Fri., Sept. 22 | 9 am-2 pm | Austin Hall Marketplace
Accounting Recruiters Panel
The Beta Alpha Psi - Epsilon Chapter (OSU Accounting Honor Society) is hosting recruiters from KPMG, Deliotte, Moss Adams & Kernutt Stokes. Representatives from these forms will be on hand to speak about the recruiting process and to answer any questions you may have.
Recruiter Panel | Wed., Sept. 27 | 6 pm | Austin 183
Pro-School Application Deadline is Oct. 8
Business majors: If you meet the eligibility requirements to apply to pro-school this fall, the deadline is October 8. View the details here.
BA 140 Financial Literacy for College Life
BA 140 Financial Literacy for College Life is a two-credit, online course teaching you how to better manage your personal finances covering topics from budgeting to investing. Register now using CRN:23874
OSIG is Recruiting; Apply by 9/28
The Oregon State Investment Group is recruiting new Analysts for the 2017-2018 school year. We are looking for qualified, professional students who are passionate about finance and investments. Please note: being a finance or accounting major is not a requirement.
Email your questions about how to apply to email@example.com. We encourage you to submit your application ASAP. The deadline is Thurs., Sept. 28 @ 8:00 pm.
Adding a Course
Please note: The College of Business has earlier "Add" deadlines for its courses. Refer to them here.
Undergraduate Research & Writing Studio Launch Party
The studio is a supportive place for students to work on their research and writing projects, with help from trained peer consultants at any stage of their research and writing process. No appointments necessary; just drop in and start working. Bring laptops, pencils, audio recorders, paper, notecards … whatever tools work for you. Learn more at the launch party (treats provided).
Thurs., Sept. 28 | 1-4 pm | Valley Library, Main Floor