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  • Warriors Business Community: Big University, Small Community

    Start building your network now with the School of Business Warriors Business Community Living Learning Community.

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  • Swing for the Students: Save the Date July 20

    In just eight years, Swing for the Students sponsors and participants have raised $400,000 in support of the WSU School of Business Administration Alumni Association Endowed Scholarship for Emerging Leaders.

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  • Wayne State business students get global perspective on automotive supply chain

    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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Events

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School of Business Undergraduate - Walk In Advising
April 21 2015 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
School of Business Undergraduate Advising at Oakland Center
April 22 2015 at 1:00 PM
Oakland Center - Educational Outreach
The School of Business advises current and prospective students every Wednesday at the Oakland Center located in Farmington Hills. Advisors can assist with all types of areas including, but not limited to, those listed below: Admission Policies & Procedures Discuss admission procedures for undergraduate programs Process Plan of Work for admitted undergraduate students Meet with current students throughout their academic career Meet with prospective students to  analyze and explain transfer credit Advising in the School of Business Advise prospective and current students interested in majoring or minoring in the School of Business Explain and interpret School of Business and University policies and procedures Assist students with the Student Academic Progress appeal process through financial aid Registration Assist in processing registration requests Handle School of Business hold release Process override requests  Call 313-577-4510 for an appointment!
5th Annual Labor Leaders on Labor Forum Forum
April 22 2015 at 1:00 PM
McGregor Memorial Conference Center
The Wayne State University College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and Labor@Wayne invite you to the 5th Annual Labor Leaders on Labor Forum James Hoffa, Michael Langford and Dennis Williams — honorary co-chairs Honoring Leo Gerard, President of the United Steelworkers April 22, 2015 1-2:45 p.m. – Keynote address by Leo Gerard and Labor Leaders panel featuring Gerard, Hoffa, Langford and Williams McGregor Memorial Conference Center 495 Gilmour Mall Detroit, MI 48202 For more information, contact Special Events and Services at 313-577-0300.
MBA Open House
April 22 2015 at 4:00 PM
McGregor Memorial Conference Center
Come to Wayne State's MBA Open House Wednesday, April 22, 2015 4:00 - 7:00 p.m. McGregor Memorial Conference CenterMain Campus in Midtown Detroit RSVP by April 21 to http://specialevents.wayne.edu/aprilMBA or by phone at (313) 577-4511  Learn more about how you can advance your career with a graduate business degree from Wayne State University.Enjoy refreshments and let faculty, academic advisors, career counselors and others from the WSU School of Business answer your questions about admission requirements, financial aid, career resources, flexible/online options, customized programs and anything else you might want to know about our MBA program or our Master of Science in Accounting (MSA), Master of Science in Taxation (MST) or Graduate Certificate in Business. Self-parking is available in Structure #1 (at the corner of Palmer and Cass Ave.) via the Visitor's entrance. Parking is approximately $6.50 and can be paid with a debit or credit card. A map to Structure #1 is available here: http://maps.wayne.edu/#guest-parking-structure1 More information is available athttp://business.wayne.edu/mba-open-house  
CitizenDetroit Dinner & Dialogue
April 22 2015 at 5:00 PM
International Institute of Metropolitan Detroit
Our city has recently completed a remarkable trip through bankruptcy.  While a number of crippling financial challenges have been resolved, the real work of improving services to residents has just begun. The Plan of Adjustment approved by the court provides a road map for the next 10 years.  The Plan includes initiatives to increase city government revenues and improve the operations of city departments that will make the city government work more effectively.  But implementing the plan is the responsibility of our elected mayor and city council. This CitizenDetroit Dinner & Dialogue is your opportunity to learn more about the plan and share ideas with your neighbors about how to measure improvements in city services. It is important to the future of our city that your voice is heard.  We hope you will take part in our interactive session after enjoying a delicious dinner. City of Detroit residents and voters - REGISTER TODAY and join Dr. Irvin D. Reid and Sheila Cockrel for one of the upcoming CitizenDetroit Dinner and Dialogue event sessions.  Admission if free, but reservations are required.  To attend RSVP by April 17 online or call (313) 577-5550.   This program is presented by the Eugene Applebaum Chair in Community Engagement and the Forum on Contemporary Issues in Society (FOCIS) at Wayne State University.  The CitizenDetroit project is made possible through the generosity of alumnus Eugene Applebaum, The Kresge Foundation and The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. 
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