Responsive image

School of Management

November 2019

Sign up for our newsletter here.

From the Dean

Lawrence G. Singleton, Ph.D., CPA 
Dean, School of Management

Photo of Dean Lawrence Singleton

This month's newsletter fills you in on our just-completed -- and very successful -- New York City Career Trek. In addition to networking with Manhattan business executives, our students have been busy arguing the pros and cons of advertising censorship, presenting original research, attending conventions, and getting suited up for success at a local department store. We congratulate an alumna for rising through the ranks of the NYPD and two staff members for their 20 years (and counting) of service at Marist. And there's a profile of Faezeh Amirkamali, one of our newest management professors.

Last but not least, we are pleased to announce that the Board of Advisors Golf Outing raised $30,000 for our newly established scholarship fund for SoM students. 

Dean Lawrence G. Singleton


 

November 2019

NYC Career Trek:  Bigger and Better Than Ever

Numbers of students and participating firms swell.  Read more >

SoM teams debate advertising censorship

Students examine the pros and cons during Banned Books Week.  Read more >

BAP Convention stresses community service

Chapter members celebrate the honor organization's 100th birthday by helping the disadvantaged.  Read more >

No Rest for the Weary:  SoM activities keep students busy

Talks by execs in Poughkeepsie and NYC, and learning to dress for success.  Read more >

Faculty (and staff and student) Focus

Faculty/student research on social justice: two SoMers lauded at Founders Day lunch.  Read more>

Alumni achieves NYPD milestone

Terri Tobin '83 is just one of four female assistant chiefs in the department.  Read more >