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Learn more about the recent news regarding GameStop and AMC, and its effects on Wall Street and retail investors, with adjunct Professor Peter Atwater, a frequently quoted expert by news and media outlets.
Today’s youth are living at home longer, are marrying and having children later, and are buying homes later. What are the implications for business? To sales? To recruiting and retention?
Provide an outlet for students who are living with chronic illness and trying to navigate day to day life
Spring 2021 Session A course withdrawal deadline for the Online MBA, Online MSBA, Online MS in Marketing, and Online Certificate in Foundations of Business Analytics.
We will be discussing general financial concepts to help introduce you to business school curriculum and prepare you to apply for internships and early career programs.
Join us for an event all about loving yourself!
Our event will feature
- Second Year MBA, Cara Simpson who will showcase yoga for relaxation and stress management and
- Eric Garrison, Assistant Director of Health Promotion at W&M who will discuss self care.
This open and non-structured space has been established for W&M students who identify as questioning, transgender, non-binary, gender queer, gender-nonconforming and are interested in connecting with others with similar identities/shared experiences.
We will match students in the full-time MBA program up for a networking event. The students will meet virtually on their own time with their assigned partner to get to know someone new with similar interests.
Designed for W&M students to help you decrease, manage, and avert significant feelings of loneliness and isolation: Mondays 1pm
We are taught not to discuss sex, religion, or politics, but what we should have been taught was how to discuss sex, religion, and politics, especially in the workplace. No one likes conflict.
Law School Application Workshop
Application fee is waived for applications received by this date.
In celebration of Black History Month, the MBAA D&I Committee will host our first speaker series on Friday the 19th at 2:30 PM. Patrice Johnson, former U.S. Dept. of State Diplomat, will share how to "shift your narrative" when utilizing LinkedIn.
MBAA is hosting a sandwich-making virtual cook-off. Show off your cooking skills while learning about your classmates. If you're not interested in competing, feel free to tune in as an audience member. Awards and prizes will be given out!
In recognition of National Eating Disorder Awareness Week join us for a virtual art therapy zoom session. We will express ourselves using your medium of choice as we are guided by Board Certified Art Therapist Sarah Balascio.
An informal drop-in opportunity to speak one-on-one with Midori Juarez, Associate Director of Admissions. She will answer all your questions and even give tips on how to submit a competitive application.
What is the difference between kids that struggle and kids that thrive? Why do some kids cope with adversity, develop healthy relationships, and embrace change, and others crumble under pressure? The good news is that thrivers are made, not born.
Join us for a discussion on multicultural issues within the eating disorder world, with a focus on helping to identify our own seat at the table. This National Eating Disorders Awareness Week speaking event will be led by clinician Khara Randall.
Come for an evening of honest storytelling, refreshing vulnerability, and inspirational courage. With bravery and grace, six William & Mary students will share their survivor stories of eating disorder and recovery.