Grad life here isn’t just academics—there are a lot of activities outside of classes to get involved in while at OSU. There are many organizations to join and events hosted to make sure we have fun during out short time here. Here are a few ways to enjoy your time here while in the MAcc program:
Student Organizations, Professional Development, Career Stuff, Full Time MBA, Campus Life, Fisher College of Business
Have you ever felt hesitant to speak your mind in a meeting, own up to your recent accomplishments at work or take the first chance to raise your hand in class? These are thoughts common to many women in the business world. Fisher Graduate Women in Business (FGWIB) just hosted a workshop to help bring women together and begin combatting these very issues.
Hello everyone! I started writing this post on my way to Milwaukee, Wisconsin, as I was heading out to a Professional Conference & Networking event organized by a professional organization called Prospanica. I was given the opportunity to attend the conference by the Fisher College of Business Office of Diversity and Inclusion, as well as the Office of Career Management at Fisher.
One of my favorite experiences this past year has been volunteering in MAcc Gives Back. This event occurs every spring and is open for participation by all MAcc students and professors. The goal is to "give back" to the local community of Columbus. This year, different groups went to different locations. My group volunteered at Clarfield Farm. This is a local farm that produces healthy produce for the Ohio community, and works closely with the Mid-Ohio Foodbank.
Some of the "MBLErs" (Master of Business Logistics Engineering) are from China, including me. We celebrate the Traditional Chinese New Year which is also called "Spring Festival." This is the first time for most of us to celebrate Chinese New Year away from China (and the first time to celebrate without our families), so we decided to celebrate this special occasion with all MBLE members and professors.