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Sarah Dove, Mob Boss
October 30, 2014
Economic Lecture: Return to Elite College Education: A Quasi-Experimental Approach
November 5, 2014
Career and Internship Expo
November 6, 2014
Economic Lecture: Exploring Shocks, Remittances, and Health Spending in Uganda
November 13, 2014
Wine Executive MBA Program Info Session
November 20, 2014
Economic Lecture: The Effects of Negative House Price Shocks on Migration: Evidence across U.S. Housing Downturns
December 4, 2014
Economic Lecture: Financial Market Integration and Spillover Effects
January 17, 2015
Wine Executive MBA Program Information Session
January 17, 2015
Graduate Programs Information Session
Reaching for the future.
In the 2008-2009 academic year the School of Business and Economics undertook a comprehensive strategic planning effort, beginning with ideas generated in school meetings, executive team retreats, and in advisory board sessions. In the spring of 2009, a formal strategic planning retreat was held involving faculty, staff, students, alumni, university leaders, and members of the business community. In the fall of 2009, task forces were formed to generate the actions that will focus our School for the next five years. A final Stakeholder Summit was held in December 2009 to assimilate feedback on the plan and engage broad participation in the activity it has generated.
This Executive Summary reflects the highlights and results of that process with an emphasis on the actions that will guide our work over the next few years. Please read our executive summary and join us in reaching for the future (pdf).
And - a strategic plan should be a living document that evolves as conditions change, and new opportunities arise. All comments, ideas, and recommendations are welcome! Please direct your suggestions to Dr. William Silver, Dean.