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    Combining commerce with culture, the WSU School of Business Administration Study Abroad Program focuses on teaching students about the crucial role global supply chain plays in international automobile production, as well as developing a deeper cultural understanding of the region and how culture can affect business practices.

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  • WSU business school welcomes all students back to campus in style

    Just to be sure that new and returning students start the new year full of ample food and school spirit, the WSU School of Business Administration followed up the university’s annual FestiFall celebration with a welcome back party of its own.

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    The School of Business Administration is proud to announce Robert Forsythe as the new dean of the school, effective July 21.

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Supply Chain Forum
October 2 2014 at 11:30 AM
Prentis Building
Learn about the fundamentals of Supply Chain. Registration is required. To register, visit www.waynebizcareers.com, select “Events” then “Workshops” and click RSVP.
Career Day Career Fair
October 2 2014 at 3:00 PM
McGregor Memorial Conference Center
The Wayne State University School of Business Career Day event is an annual business career fair which is open to all employers recruiting for full-time and internship business opportunities. The event is open to all WSU School of Business Administration undergraduate and graduate students and alumni from the following programs: Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with majors in: Accounting, Finance, Global Supply Chain Management, Information Systems Management, Management (with the option of a specialization in Human Resources), and Marketing Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Accounting Post-Bachelor Certificate in Accounting Post-Bachelor Certificate in Information Systems Management Graduate Certificate in Business Master of Business Administration Master of Science in Accounting Master of Science in Taxation Ph.D. in Business Administration Registration is required. To register, visit www.waynebizcareers.com, select "Events" then "Workshops" and click RSVP. Employer Registration Information: Employer registration is required for this event. To register your firm for the Career Fair, please call the Wayne State University School of Business Administration Career Planning and Placement Office (313) 577-4781.
General Motors and Wayne State University School of Business Supply Chain Case Competition Featuring the 2015 Cadillac ATS Coupe and Chevrolet Sonic
October 3 2014
Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center
Student teams representing 20 universities across the United States will travel to Detroit to compete in the fourth annual General Motors and WSU’s School of Business Administration Supply Chain Case Competition at the Detroit Marriott.  Teams will be tasked with solving real challenges faced by supply chain professionals then present their findings to a panel of industry and academic judges to determine the most cost effective resolution.  Topics include global vs. domestic sourcing, risk management and component purchasing.
School of Business Alumni Week: Marketing Panel
October 6 2014 at 5:00 PM
Prentis Building
The WSU School of Business boasts more than 31,000 alumni who have gone on to almost every career imaginable. Come meet some of our best and brightest marketing alumni as they share their professional wisdom and personal insights with our current students. Moderated by Prof. Attila Yaprak.  
School of Business Undergraduate- Walk In Advising
October 7 2014 at 9:00 AM
Prentis Building
Undergraduate Walk-In Advising enables a student to meet with an academic advisor regarding: Registration Issues Curriculum Questions Admission Requirements Transfer Credit Issues Program Requirements Basic Questions and Requests Walk-in advising sessions are brief 5-10 minutes on average. Students are seen by the first available advisor. If you need to see your assigned advisor, please schedule a regular advising appointment at wams.wayne.edu
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