The MHRM and Fisher latest
Wow, I haven’t blogged in awhile and I’m so sorry. Classes and life in general have been an absolute whirlwind! I want to provide some Fisher and MHRM updates, as well as personal updates since last semester. Let’s start with Christmas break!
1: MHRM goes to Columbus Zoolights!
2: Student Experience provides Destress with Doggie Day.
Everyone knows this was my favorite event because I desperately want a pug of my own!
3: MHRM External Case Competition Sponsored by PepsiCo.
Our team won 2nd place competing against Cornell, Rutgers, Illinois, and Minnesota! We brought home the hardware for Professor Ankerman and Dean Makhija
4: OSU Spring Break.
A great chance to escape from the chilly weather and head down South for some vitamin D (yes, I actually went here - Cabbage Key! :) )
5: Fisher Celebrates 100 years!
Fisher College of Business is officially 100 years old this year and there's lots of celebration. Check out what the past century has looked like here.
6: MHRM Council Elections.
I’m very excited to serve on the MHRM Council for the 2016-2017 school year, and I can’t wait to meet the incoming 1st years!
With these past couple months means new classes for students. This semester I’m taking Staffing Organizations, Data Analytics & Decision Making for HRM, Labor Relations, Understanding Teams & Leadership for HR Managers, and I finished up one elective – Leadership Legacy with Dr. Rucci. Dr. Rucci's class has been one of my favorite and I highly recommend it! Wondering about these classes and what the syllabus might look like? All of the course descriptions and some syllabi are available here.
My last piece of exciting news is that I’m starting my internship early at Huntington Bank HQ in downtown Columbus! I’m super excited for what’s to come and to get started on my summer projects. I chose to start a little early (April 11th instead of May 16th) so I could hit the ground running by the summer! More MHRM updates and details to come on what it’s like to balance two jobs and a full time curriculum!