Want to submit your events to the Manning School of Business calendar? Please email: Events_Manning@uml.edu.
This conference room is the home of the Donahue Center for Business Ethics and Social Responsibility. As such, part time employees, student workers and the Co-Directors will utilize the Center during these times for various meetings and work.
The Business Analytics Society seeks to create a like-minded network for students with diverse backgrounds interested in business analytics.
General body meetings are a great way to meet on a consistent basis, become familiar other students, and learn key skills that will help you in the business world.
General body meetings vary from one meeting to the next, meaning that one could be largely discussion-based, another could be an interactive process of learning a technical skill, while others may be led by an outside speaker/alumni. In the past meetings have been centered around digital transformation, internet of things, bitcoin, blockchain, among others.
The Business Analytics Society has the unique ability to stay up to date with modern technologies and trends, allowing students to further their experience at UMass-Lowell beyond the classroom. It is never too late to join; ask a friend, bring a friend, meet a new friend, while becoming a part of the BAS!
This conference room is the home of the Donahue Center for Business Ethics and Social Responsibility. This time is for meetings with student and part time employees, etc.
The Marketing Society meets the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month! Each meeting we will be focusing on a different topic from hands-on marketing challenges, guest speakers, and marketing certifications!
Follow our Facebook https://www.facebook.com/UMLMarketingSociety/ to see what we're doing at our meetings.
Professional Communications - Rattigan
We're Looking for Passionate, Innovative People
Our goal at PTC is to develop the leaders and innovators of tomorrow. PTC’s internship program is an opportunity for students to work in a creative environment where they have the chance to gain real world experience. We are looking for curious, ambitious, and innovative go-getters who share our passion for technology.
To be held in the PTB Lobby area, Colella Atrium
Wednesday October 24th
Regular group meetings of Donahue Center International Business Ethics Case Competition teams with their Advisor and mock judges.
Manning - Guest Speaker Steve Gold
Meeting with Manning faculty. Contact Ann_Kronrod@uml.edu for details.
Manning Speaker: Steve Gold, GM Honeywell
Steve Gold, VP and GM, Honeywell International Inc. and former CMO IBM Watson; has over 2 decades of extensive corporate and business level marketing at IBM, SPSS, Aberdeen, Azerity, Digital Market and Reptron.Received Entrepreneur of the Year Award from SBA and Carnegie-Mellon University. He has a BS from University of Illinois and MBA from Carnegie-Mellon University.
We are pleased to invite Professor Rani Hoitash, John E. Rhodes Professor of Accountancy at Bentley University to give a talk at Manning School Accounting Speaker Series.
The Donahue Center for Business Ethics and Social Responsibility will present a speaker of impact on both academic and institutional business ethics.
Speaker: Scott McGaunn, FBI
Sponsored by the Accounting Society
Manning Honors Committee Meeting
Management Society is collecting donations all week for those in need. Bring your donations to the PTB atrium!
Manning - RAC Meeting
Contact Ann_Kronrod@uml.edu for meeting information.
Thomas Kubishta with Wiley CPAexcel will be presenting information on the Wiley CPAexcel prep course.
Please join us in supporting the final student teams at this exciting pitch contest! Student teams will present their cutting-edge banking and financial application innovations! The top prize winners will be awarded $500 per team member!
Jim Regan (class of '88), CEO of DCU will be present, as well as other DCU representatives. Please come network and support this event.
If you can only stop by for a portion of the event, please do! Food and drinks will be served.
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annual hooding event
UMass Lowell will host the DECA Student Competition for the second year in a row, partnering with the Manning School of Business and the DECA Region IV Chairs. This is an (est.) 800-student academic competition for high school aged students in the business, marketing, hospitality and management field, coming to campus from local school systems, both public and private.
annual mba hooding banquet