The Edward Jones Portfolio Challenge Experience

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 Marie participated in the Edward Jones Portfolio Challenge last year and her team was selected as the winner. By Marie Archibald I heard about the EJPC from professors and from fellow students who were also planning to compete in the challenge. I …

Get Ready for Make A Difference Day!

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By Waverly Newton As the Student Event Coordinator in the Undergraduate Office, it is my job to help plan the annual Eller College Make a Difference Day (MADD). Out of all the Eller College events that I help coordinate this …

Love your Boss?

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Love your boss? Tell us why, and enter to win an iPad mini! If you are like most Eller students, you spent this summer collecting resume items at an internship or other summer job. Often the caliber of this experience …

Los Angeles Study Tour

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This past spring break, some of our students had the opportunity to go to Los Angeles to network with Eller alumni and to visit numerous companies in the city. Over the course of four days, the study tour exposed students …

Dean Jessup Speaks on the Future of Eller

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By Jenifer Wong Last evening Dean Len Jessup delivered the presentation Looking Ahead: Eller College and the Future of Higher Ed to an engaged audience of students, faculty, and staff in Berger Auditorium. Dean Jessup’s presentation was one of strategy (although he …

How to Get the Most Out of Career Immersion Day

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by Kelly Chavez, Professional Development Associate Career immersion day offers students a great opportunity to look into different jobs at various companies relating to their majors. Since it is not a formal recruiting event, it is the perfect place to …

Don’t be Intimidated by Professional Admissions

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By Hector Rosales, Eller Student and Professional Development Associate The Eller College of Management has certain lingo, formalities and processes that are unique. This uniqueness tends to cause confusion which then leads to intimidation. I remember being scared of professional …