Graduate School is a comprehensive experience that encompasses so much more than just the classroom learning. For Fisher MBA students, the experience is enhanced by the vibrant city surrounding us. The city of Columbus is an amazing city comprised of small neighborhoods that offer a wide array of things to see and do. Each neighborhood is distinct, with its own unique feeling, history, restaurants, and places to hangout.
A couple of weeks ago was Fisher Graduate Student Appreciation Week. I wasn’t aware of this precious week before starting my Master’s program but it is honestly a golden opportunity for student to win free prizes and get fantastic discounts in many restaurants in town!
One of my favorite parts of Columbus is the Arena District, and it is located in the northwest area of downtown. The focal point is Nationwide Arena, for which the district is named. Nationwide Arena is the home of the Columbus Blue Jackets NHL team and also the site of many big concerts. Another great concert venue in the district is The Lifestyles Community Pavilion (known as "The L.C.").
Student Organizations, Professional Development, Career Stuff, Full Time MBA, Working Professional MBA
Last week I had the opportunity to attend not one, but two Operations related Career Conference events and they were awesome! First, there was the Annual "Links Symposium" sponsored by the Operations and Logistics Management Association, and I volunteered to help organize this event, being a member of OLMA myself.