Want to submit your events to the Manning School of Business calendar? Please email: Events_Manning@uml.edu.
DC-CAP planning meeting. For meeting details and agenda please contact Ralph_Jordan@uml.edu.
Manning School of Business Meet & Greet Accounting Information Session Meeting.
Manning School of Business Meet & Greet Finance Information Session Meeting.
Manning School of Business Meet & Greet Management Information Session Meeting.
Manning School of Business Meet & Greet International Business Information Session Meeting.
Manning School of Business Meet & Greet OIS Information Session Meeting.
Manning School of Business Meet & Greet Marketing Information Session Meeting.
Manning School of Business Meet & Greet Entrepreneurship Information Session Meeting.
Manning School of Business Meet & Greet Undeclared Information Session Meeting.
Stop by our table to learn more about MASSPIRG and ways you can get involved!
Join us for the first meeting of Manning Women in Business for Fall 2019!
Accounting, Finance & Economics students: Here's your opportunity to have your resume conveniently reviewed on North Campus in preparation for the upcoming Accounting & Finance Career Fair.
Please bring a printed copy of your resume to the Pulichino Tong Business Center for a review in the Colella Atrium by a Career & Co-op Center staff member.
Resume reviews are provided on a first-come, first-served basis and will last approximately 15 minutes.
Unable to visit us during this time? Drop-in resume reviews are available in the Career & Co-op Center, UCC 450, Monday-Friday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. as of the first day of fall semester classes.
"RSM Information Table"
Join representatives from Dell Technologies to learn about early career, co-op and intern job opportunities within Dell's Global Operations division.
Sponsored by the Career & Co-op Center | 978-934-2355 | email@example.com | https://www.uml.edu/careers
Hear direct from employers about how to make a strong impression at the Accounting & Finance Fair. Our panelists will share their insights on how to navigate the fair as you explore options for full-time, part-time and internship opportunities.
Moderated by a Career & Co-op Center staff member, this panel presentation will include time for student questions.
Join the tens of thousands of individuals who have listened to Corey Ciocchetti's talk on “authentic success” and living an ethical life each year. Ciocchetti is Associate Professor of Business Ethics and Legal Studies in the Daniels College of Business at the University of Denver. Don't miss it! Lunch will be served.
Lunch following Corey Ciocchetti talk on Ethics. By invitation only.
Join reps from Dell Technologies to learn about career opportunities (FT, intern & co-op) in their global operations group.
Sponsored by the Career & Co-op Center | 978-934-2418
This event will be a special dinner with the Dean exclusively for business students in the River Hawk Scholars Academy.
Join reps from Raytheon to learn about their leadership development programs, including finance, supply chain, global trade, and contracts.
Bi-weekly meeting for the Manning Women in Business student organization.
The Accounting Society is really excited to announce that Tony Grappone is the featured speaker for this Fall's Accounting Forum. Tony is a partner at Novogradac, where he specializes in providing accounting, tax and consulting services. We look forward to seeing everyone at the event! There will be a Q & A session at the end of the event, therefore, please bring some questions!
The Manning School of Business is honored to host guest speaker Barry C. Melancon, CPA, CGMA, President and CEO, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, for a presentation on the impact of IT on accounting and business.
Mr. Melancon will discuss how the re-imaging of the accounting profession will involve a much closer relationship with technology, and the importance of the industry’s willingness to embrace that change. New takes on old roles will include what the audit of the future will look like, how Blockchain works and how understanding it can help your clients, the effects of robotics on the service industry, and how social media and access to information on the internet can impact businesses. What are the best strategies for accounting professionals to counteract the spread of misinformation online? In addition, can the accounting profession create a holistic suite of services and skills to maximize the positives of an information-driven business world and be proactive in our consultative advice?
Six finalist student teams will pitch-off at the DCU Manning School of Business Innovation Contest on Dec. 3, from 6-8:30 p.m. in the Saab ETIC Atrium on North Campus. Please join us to support these students as they pitch their creative and innovative banking and finance ideas to a panel of judges including Jim Regan, class of '88 and CEO of DCU. The event will be emceed by Sandra Richtermeyer, Dean of the Manning School of Business.
Thousands of dollars in prizes will be awarded.
If you can only stop by for a portion of the event, please do!
Dinner will be served, so please come hungry.
We hope to see you there!
Valentine's Day fundraiser for Manning Women in Business -- join us in the PTB lobby!