WEEK 7: MAY 14-18

Tuesday, May 15


No More Pro-School Workshop | Austin Hall 183 | Presentation
IMPORTANT FOR ALL COB STUDENTS: The College of Business will no longer follow the pro-school model.  Come to this workshop to learn more about what this means to you.  How do “pre” students become “pro” students? How do you switch or add majors?  What are the GPA and course grade requirements?  We will answer these questions and more at this workshop. Appropriate for all students. 
RSVP Here: 4:00 pm

Thursday, May 17

Study Tables

Study Tables | Austin Hall 216 (Math) | Austin Hall 274 (Writing)
Study for an hour with assistance from a Math or Writing tutor.
RSVP Here for Math: 6:00 pm
RSVP Here for Writing: 6:00 pm


Launch U Speaker Series: Jema Patterson, Adventrepreneur | Austin Hall 183 | Presentation
Jema Patterson is an adventrepreneur, meaning she built her own businesses around having fun and traveling. She has three businesses: travel blog, an online social platform for VanLifers (people who make a home out of a van) and a life advice podcast.       
RSVP Here: 6:00 pm 

Women In Leadership (WIL) Speaker Series: Marsia Gunter, Business Coach  | Austin Hall 222 | Presentation
With over 30 year experience in business coaching, Marsia Gunter will speak on her experiences as a women in the industry of business coaching and developing. 
RSVP Here: 6:00 pm

Where do you stand with your online Personal Brand? | Austin Hall 200 | Presentation and Workshop
Do you know what your Online Personal Brand looks like.  Is your online presence professional and presentable to an HR recruiter?  Come and join us during this workshop and have HR representatives evaluate your online Personal Brand.  You will be able to hear from an employer’s perspective how your online presence may affect your career options and what changes you should make to improve your Personal Brand.  
RSVP Here: 6:00 pm

Juicy Student Leadership | Austin Hall 270 | Presentation 
A juicy leader is happy, creative, and well-balanced. This interactive workshop explores various ways to introduce a bit more juiciness into our lives and leadership positions.
RSVP Here: 6:00 pm

Study Abroad with the Gilman Scholarship | Austin Hall 260 | Presentation
College of Business student Ashley Boyes will talk about how you can use the Gilman Scholarship to help you afford a study abroad opportunity during college. 
RSVP Here: 6:00 pm

Friday, May 18

Study Tables

Study Tables | Austin Hall 216 (Math) | Austin Hall 274 (Writing)
Study for an hour with assistance from a Math or Writing tutor.
RSVP Here for Math: 10:00 am | 12:00 pm 
RSVP Here for Writing: 10:00 am | 12:00 pm


John Vranizan, American International Forest Products | Austin Hall Marketplace | Meet-up
Not only is John the President of American International Forest Products, but he has also been recognized for his level of trading excellence honors for 18 years in a row and recieved Platinum Circle trading honors for 3 years! He has an extensive amount of experience that he would love to share with you! 
RSVP Here: 10:00 am | 11:00 am | Website

Rick Steinfeld, Pleasant Valley Farms | Austin Hall 3rd Floor Atrium | Meet-up
Pleasant Valley Farms has multiple awards for their renewable energy practices! Located near Portland, if you have passion for agriculture and business talking with Rick is the meet up for you!
RSVP Here: 10:00 am12:00 pm 

Mark Eklund, Delap | Austin Hall 2nd Floor Digital Commons | Meet-Up
Thinking about being an accounting major? With over 25 years of public accounting experience, Mark has an extensive knowledge of real estate, personal services and working with high net worth individuals!
RSVP Here: 10:00 am | 11:00 am | 12:00 pmWebsite

Zak Hansen, OSU Foundation | Austin Hall 2nd Floor Digital Commons | Meet-up
Have you ever wondered what it takes to fund universities? Zak works with OSU's partners to raise funds and create experiences to positively impact our students! What a great way to get involved with our school!
RSVP Here: 10:00 am | 11:00 am | 12:00 pm | Website

Annie Hougland, Sherwin Williams | Austin Hall 3rd Floor Atrium | Meet-up
Following the motto, "what is worth doing, is worth doing well," from founder Henry Sherwin, Sherwin Williams has managed to paint the world for over 150 years! Learn how their attention to detail has allowed them to cover some of our country's staple buildings!
RSVP Here: 10:00 am | 11:00 am | 12:00 pm | Website

Bill Patton, Independent Dispatch | Austin Hall 3rd Floor Atrium | Meet-up
Bill has worked for privately owned companies as well as international logistics providers. He will discuss industry employment opportunities and modes of transportation. Logistics is an ever-growing industry as we shop for our products online and our population grows!
RSVP Here: 10:00 am | 11:00 am | 12:00 pm | Website

Adam Lewis & Scott Logan, Marcus & Millichap | Austin Hall 3rd Floor Atrium | Meet-up
Meet Vice President Adam Lewis and Senior Associate Scott Logan from Marcus & Millichap! Learn more about how their company was able to revolutionize the real estate brokerage industry!
RSVP Here: 10:00 am | 11:00 am | 12:00 pm | Website

Suzanne Bodlovic & Kelly Kapple, State Farm | Austin Hall Marketplace and Austin Hall 176 | Meet-up
You've probably memorized the jingle, and now you have the opportunity to hear what makes State Farm more than just a great neighbor! 
RSVP Here: 10:00 am (Marketplace) | 11:00 am (Marketplace) | 12:00 pm (Austin Hall 176) | Website


Fraternity & Sorority Life Leadership Panel | Austin Hall 183 | Panel
Attend this panel to learn more about the close connection of the College of Business and Fraternity and Sorority organizations and how the relationships you build in both will last a lifetime.
RSVP Here: 12:00 pm


Issues with Registration? | Austin Hall 260 | Presentation 
Have you had issues when you’ve tried to register for classes? Have you gotten error messages you didn’t understand? Come to this workshop to discuss and learn from fellow students about common registration issues and how you can fix them many of them yourself. Appropriate for first year students.
RSVP Here: 10:00 am 

How Mexican Culture & Traditions Influence Advertising and Services in Mexico | Austin Hall 216 | Presentation
Hear from Gibran Santa Cruz Ruiz (OSU Student, ICSP) about how media practices in Mexico tap into the traditions of the culture to sell products and promote business. 
RSVP Here: 11:00 am

The Importance of Cultural Competence in the Workplace | Austin Hall 274 | Presentation
Having the ability to effectively work with diverse groups is a non-negotiable 21st-century skill that employers want you to have. And as the economy shifts its paradigm from a domestic to a more global approach, it is important for the younger generation to be culturally educated. In this interactive presentation, you will learn about the importance of culture competence in the workplace; as well as skills to become culturally educated and successfully work in a multicultural environment. Presented by OSU Students Safia Oulmane and Vaishnavi Trivedi from the ICSP. 
RSVP Here: 11:00 am

Food Innovation Center Challenge- Make a Smoothie, Win a Prize

Through the College of Business and the Entrepreneurship Club, the Food Innovation Challenge is to bring students from various OSU colleges such as food science, engineering, business and agriculture together for something every person can create and enjoy: food. There will be guest speakers from the Food Innovation Center (FIC) who will give two talks about FIC and how the innovative mindset can be used within all aspects of people's lives. The club will hold the event at the College of Business in Austin Hall. 

Advancing Foods in the Northwest & Beyond | Austin Hall 388 | Presentation
The Food Innovation Center is a unique urban Agricultural Experiment Station in Portland, and it serves the NW food industry, the community, and both national and international businesses. Attend this talk to learn more about current and past projects of the FIC.
RSVP Here 10:00 am 

Food and the Entrepreneurial Spirit | Austin Hall 100 | Presentation
Attend this talk to learn how an innovative, entrepreneurial mindset can be used within all aspects of your life such as career choice and even the foods you eat.
RSVP Here: 11:00 am 

Food Innovation Challenge | Austin Hall Marketplace
Win a prize for the best smoothie! As a participant, you will be paired up with other students and have to create a smoothie using the supplies provided to you. Judges will determine who makes the best smoothie and prizes will be awarded!
RSVP Here: 12:00 pm