15 Poole College of Management Students Receive Global Seminar Series Certificate
Throughout October and November, the Office of Global Programs hosted the Global Seminar Series, an online seminar series that brought students and faculty together from around the world. Out of the 24 participating Poole College of Management students, 15 students attended at least four out of the five seminars earning the Global Seminar Series Certificate.
The series takes a look at creativity, innovation, global entrepreneurship, sustainability and emerging markets in a post-pandemic global business world. The participating students and faculty come from Poole College of Management, the Vienna School of Economics and Business in Austria, the Universidad de San Andres in Argentina, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in Israel and the University of Leeds in the United Kingdom.
In total, 149 undergraduate and graduate students from the five partnering universities participated over the five weeks of the series.
“This [Global Seminar Series] is precisely why I chose NC State for my MBA and these are the kinds of learning opportunities that truly grip me as a learner,” said Samuel Cameron, a Jenkins MBA student in Poole College.
The five participating Universities are planning on a new seminar series in the Spring/Summer months. More information and dates will be shared later in this semester.
Global Seminar Series Certificate Recipients
Emma Allan, sophomore in economics
Wayne Artis, junior in business administration
Samuel Cameron, Jenkins MBA Program
Rucheer Dave, sophomore in economics
Brooke Kappeler, sophomore in business administration
Alexandria Knapheide, senior in business administration
Meisha McGeorge, junior in business administration
Stephanie McIntyre, senior in business administration
Tauva Montas Colon, Jenkins MBA Program
Olivia Pagach, sophomore in economics
John Parker Pearsall, junior in business administration
Madeline Posse, sophomore in economics
William Reese, junior
Lital Stroebel, junior in business administration
This post was originally published in Poole College of Management News.