Friday, March 31st, 2017

Johnson & Johnson Undergrad Co-Op Q&A Webinar

Do you want to be the next Bucknell student to earn a spot on a brand team at Johnson & Johnson? Surrounded by innovative and passionate minds, you could be a part of decisions that impact some of the most iconic brands—including Johnson’s Baby, Aveeno, Listerine, Band-Aid and Tylenol.  To learn more about how you can pursue one of Bucknell’s most impressive undergraduate opportunities, please take a look at this informational one pager and bring any of your questions to our half hour Q&A WebEx session hosted by Kirsten Smith, Senior Brand Manager at J&J, and Taylor Berger, Assistant Brand […]

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Friday, March 31st, 2017

Women in Leadership and Finance Summit

The Women in Leadership and Finance Summit Itinerary: Thursday, April 13 Day 1 of the Summit will focus on educating students on the businesses the leaders manage and how their function operates in their firm and with their clients. Leaders will share stories of deals done, client interactions, and key challenges and achievements they – and their divisions – have faced. Informational Interviews in the Career Center from 1:30-4 p.m. -sign up on the Bridge Risk Management Coffee Hour in the Career Center from 2-3 p.m. – sign up on the Bridge Equity Film Showing with Q&A Session with film investors Anne and Nick Erni P’20 […]

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Thursday, March 30th, 2017

“Retail Trends in China: What Can US Retailers Learn?”

The China Institute proudly presents a talk by one of Bucknell’s own scholars, Jimmy Chen, Assistant Professor of Management, titled “Retail Trends in China: What Can US Retailers Learn?” With substantial growth in recent years, China’s total retail sales are poised to surpass those of the United States this year. China’s economy is being transformed from manufacturing-based to demand-driven. A piece of good news for the retail market is that the expanding middle class’s disposable income is rapidly on the rise. Interestingly, the major contributors to the booming retail market are not just consumers in major cities but also those in […]

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Friday, March 24th, 2017

Interested in Law? Spring Law Panel

This year’s Spring Law Panel will feature a number of attorneys involved in diverse business fields. The panel discussion, which should be of interest to students interested in either law or business, will take place Friday, March 31, at noon in Walls Lounge. Lunch will be provided, so please sign up on The Bridge. Panelists: Scott Edel ’82 Partner, Loeb & Loeb LLP Focus: Motion picture, television and digital media industries Donald Isken ’75 P’12 P’20 Partner, Morris, Nichols, Arsht & Tunnell LLP Focus: Commercial real estate law Kathryn Koles ’77 P’11 Senior Vice President and Deputy General Counsel, Comcast […]

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Friday, March 24th, 2017

“How to Make Chinese Cities Skilled?” Public Talk

The China Institute is happy to host Dr. Shihe Fu from April 3 to April 7.  Dr. Fu is Professor of Economics at Southwestern University of Finance and Economics and currently a Fulbright scholar at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). A highlight of Prof. Fu’s visit is his public talk on April 3 at the Center Room, ELC 256 at 7:00pm, with the title “How to Make Chinese Cities Skilled?” All are welcome. Abstract: Cities facilitate learning and human capital accumulation and human capital is the driving force of city growth. In a dense, local labor market, workers can benefit […]

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Friday, March 24th, 2017

PwC Accounting Panel

PwC Accounting Panel  Monday, April 3rd from 5:00pm – 6:45pm  Academic West 108  We are looking to target freshman/sophomore students who are considering the CPA track within the School of Management but may still be undecided between the other tracks available. We will be bringing a panel of alum who are managers/directors/partners at PwC to speak about what you can do with a major in accounting and where you can take your career within the world of public accounting. Please attend if this of interest!

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Friday, March 24th, 2017

Leadership: Theory, History and Practice: UNIV 401 [GLBM 400]

If you are a junior or sophomore interested in LEADERSHIP, you might want to enroll in an inter-disciplinary seminar being offered next semester, “Leadership: Theory, History and Practice” – UNIV 401, being taught by Prof. William Gruver. Global Management Majors, this is an alternative to GLBM 400. This course will satisfy your GLBM 400 requirement in consultation with the Global Management Chair, Professor Skip McGoun.   As the title implies, the course begins with a study of leadership theories that have been put forth by various academic disciplines. It then tests those theories against past leaders from different eras and various cultures. The last […]

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Friday, March 24th, 2017

Financial Women’s Association Programs

The Financial Women’s Association is now accepting applications from young women and men for its 2017 Wall Street Exchange (WSE) Professional Development and Leadership Program. WSE is not an internship opportunity. It is a career development program designed to augment and coincide with the summer internship experience of qualified rising college seniors working as summer interns in the New York metropolitan area. The program consists of a series of events hosted by top firms and companies for professional and personal development. Benefits of participation in WSE include: Enhancing job search skills through workshops on resume writing, interview techniques, business etiquette, […]

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