Thinking about taking a summer class? Come and hear from our faculty about our exciting summer courses! Attend the Drucker Roundtable sessions and learn more about our courses.
Dean’s Conference Room-3rd Floor
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Wed., April 23
Molly Schmid: Technology, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship, 4-4:30pm
This course is designed to explore the creation of new companies based on technological innovations. The ideas for technology-based entrepreneurial opportunities arise primarily in university research laboratories, and the challenges of transferring the technology from the university setting to the commercial sector will be explored. Click here for more
Sarah Smith Orr: The Non-Profit Leader, 5-5:30pm
This course will explore the key areas of challenge for nonprofit leaders, in the broad sense of the term, and examine leadership theories, models and methods considered applicable for improving the effectiveness of organizations in the social sector. Click here for more
Thurs. April 24
Joseph Lee: Management Consulting: Profession and Practice, 6-6:30p.m.
The purpose of this course is to help the student understand some of the fundamental concepts, processes, and practices involved in the delivery of consulting services. The student’s goal should be to be able to walk out of this class and function as a real world consultant, whether in a private/public sector environment or in the professional services industry. Click here for more