Welcome Back Lunch With Dean Wruck

Arriving back on campus after the winter break is always a good time. Students catch up with one another and discuss the fun and exciting activities in which they participated over the break. For faculty and administration, this is also a good opportunity to focus in on the goal of developing students into the greatest business leaders possible.

This past week I had the chance to join many other second year MBA students in meeting with various faculty and administrators to discuss the upcoming months of school and highlight important dates and events as they pertain to us as students. Dean Wruck was one of those administrators that attended the event and answered questions, provided insight into the search for a new dean, and motivated students to continue on the path of excellence from now until graduation.

mattaIn addition to the motivation and highlights of this upcoming semester, Dean Wruck announced a new role for one of our favorite professors. Shashi Matta will now serve as the Faculty Director for the full-time mba program. While serving in this role, he will continue with his curriculum and teaching responsibilities in the MBA program, executive education and other academic programs at the college.

Jeff Rice from the Office of Career Management also delivered some exciting news to the group. He showed the latest employment statistics with our class. The current class of 2014 has more than 50% of students that have accepted offers and reported them, and an additional 10-15% that have accepted offers and just haven’t reported them to the career management portal. In addition to the great percentage of students having accepted offers, the average salary of those students is more than $102,000!

This event and lunch reminded me of what a great blessing it has been to be a full-time mba student here at the Fisher College of Business.



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