Student Organizations, Professional Development, Community Service, Full Time MBA, Working Professional MBA, MHRM, Fisher College of Business
“I now call this meeting to order...” Sitting in on your first nonprofit board meeting can be an eye-opening experience, especially if you have never worked on a board in the past. Now, heading into my eighth month as a Board Fellow for Dress for Success-Columbus, I am able to actively participate in board meeting discussions and share updates on my resource development committee projects.
Being a part of the Masters of Human Resource Management program in the Fisher College of Business isn't only going to prepare you to succeed in the field of human capital but to develop you as a strategic leader in today's ever-changing business environment.
Happy New Year, everyone! The spring semester is in full swing and it is great to be back on campus at Ohio State University. Over the winter break, I traveled to cities such as Denver and Chicago, hung out with friends and family, and relaxed with a good book in my spare time. With a whole semester to reflect back on, I thought it may be helpful to share some of my first-semester takeaways.
I cannot believe that my first semester in the MHRM program has come to a close. As I reflect on the past 14 weeks, countless hours have been spent in the classroom, at work, studying, and participating in school-related activities.
It is the end of November and we all know what that means... It wouldn't be the holiday season in the Midwest without the expectation of a snowy, winter wonderland. Having lived in Michigan my entire life, I've had my fair share of cold, unpredictable weather. Since the Fisher College of Business has a diverse body of students from all regions of domestic and international areas, I thought I would share my tips for conquering the winter season.