Last weekend, I had the pleasure to travel to Ann Arbor (home of OSU’s arch rival) for the 2010 Net Impact Conference. For those of you who do not know, Net Impact is a global organization that focuses on changing the world through business. Fisher College of Business is home to a two-time award winning local graduate chapter of Net Impact of which I am proud to be a member - VP of Marketing and Communications, actually. That’s right! Not only do I get to follow my passion (I have a previously und
Outside of the classroom, there's a lot going on at Fisher. As I've mentioned in prior posts, I've been busy busy busy. Technically, I can only speak for myself . . . but, in this case, I'll confidently go on record to say it's not just me . . . we're all extremely busy. Busy in a good way.
Service to others is the rent we pay for time on this planet.
Change is the in air at Fisher! The fact that the weather has improved has everyone with an even greater bounce in their step as the summer begins to come upon us. The other change has been the fact that student associations who make up such a large part of the college have been in the annual process of changing the guard so to speak.
So as Week 4 of Winter Quarter begins, several note-worthy things have happened since my last post. Bee Dance: