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Passion with Purpose: A Tale of Entrepreneurship, Love, and Cheese

Location:
Round Rock Campus; Avery 256
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Brittany Naylor, 512-245-3591
Campus Sponsor:
McCoy Graduate Programs

Speakers: John and Kendall Antonelli, founders and owners of Antonelli’s Cheese

The goal to create a meaningful life – through which your professional and personal lives intersect in a way that brings you success and joy – lies in our core principle:  Passion With Purpose. Our story of entrepreneurship is a romantic one – quitting our jobs to work together. But it was also a calculated step to identify our passion, our vision, and our core principles.  Share in our story of love, cheese, family, success, and - yes - challenging failures to help inspire you to identify and embrace a life of passion with purpose!

Date: Tuesday, February 20, 2018
Time 5:20 p.m. to 6:20 p.m.
Location: Avery 256 (UPDATED!)
Worth: 1 PDU for McCoy graduate students

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McCoy MBA Information Session

Location:
Round Rock Campus; Avery 204
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Matt Painter, 512-245-3591
Campus Sponsor:
McCoy College of Business Graduate Programs

Join us for an overview and discussion of the McCoy MBA program options at Texas State University.

Our MBA Information Sessions offer you the chance to learn about both the Full-Time Cohort and Flex MBA options at Texas State University. Hosted by our MBA Program Director, Matt Painter, attendees will learn about the program curriculum, career path options, financial aid, study abroad, professional development opportunities, internships and the application process.

If you have been thinking about a graduate degree and need to get the ball rolling, this is your chance. We look forward to meeting you!

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The Impact of Diversity and Inclusion on Business

Location:
Round Rock Campus; Avery 256
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Brittany Naylor, 512-245-3591
Campus Sponsor:
McCoy Graduate Programs

Richard Lopez, director of the Diversity and Inclusion team at Dell, will go over how D&I impacts companies' bottom line, what that looks like at a huge firm like Dell, review the Dell Leadership Training Program, and facilitate interactive examples of how to incorporate D&I into your business.

Date: Tuesday, February 27, 2018
Time 5:20 p.m. to 6:20 p.m.
Location: Avery 256 (UPDATED!)
Worth: 2 PDUs for McCoy graduate students

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McCoy MBA Information Session

Location:
McCoy Hall (MCOY); 4th Floor, Frost Conference Room, next to Dept. of Accounting
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Matt Painter, 512-245-3591
Campus Sponsor:
McCoy College of Business Graduate Programs

Join us for an overview and discussion of the McCoy MBA program options at Texas State University.

Our MBA Information Sessions offer you the chance to learn about both the Full-Time Cohort and Flex MBA options at Texas State University. Hosted by our MBA Program Director, Matt Painter, attendees will learn about the program curriculum, career path options, financial aid, study abroad, professional development opportunities, internships and the application process.

If you have been thinking about a graduate degree and need to get the ball rolling, this is your chance. We look forward to meeting you!

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Brand Reputation Management

Location:
McCoy Hall (MCOY); 125
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Brittany Naylor, 512-245-3591
Campus Sponsor:
McCoy Graduate Programs

The world of reputation management is a tricky one. Negative content, whether true or not, has the power to damage your brand and your business. Online Reputation Management (ORM) is a technique to improve or restore your brand’s reputation and goodwill. Effective online reputation management is the practice of crafting strategies to identify, monitor, and influence your digital reputation and credibility over the internet -- much of which is achieved through SEO. We will discuss why ORM matters and how to ensure your brand is generating the positive reviews you have worked so hard to achieve.

Interactive, team-based role playing based on real ORM scenarios will place you front and center in a business reputation crisis reenactment.

Date: Saturday, March 3, 2018
Time 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Location: McCoy 125
Worth: 2 PDUs for McCoy graduate students

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McCoy Graduate Hooding Ceremony

Location:
LBJ Student Center Ballroom (LBJ)
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Brittany Naylor, 512-245-3591
Campus Sponsor:
McCoy College of Business Administration Dean's Office

Prior to awarding doctoral (Ph.D.) degrees, Texas State University performed a university-wide "hooding ceremony" for all masters degree candidates prior to the traditional Commencement ceremony. The ceremony was a smaller, more personal setting with faculty, family and friends. The graduate was recognized by reading a short bio and then a faculty member of their choosing placed the masters hood (academic regalia) on the graduate. When Texas State University began awarding doctoral degrees the hooding ceremony for masters degree students was eliminated.

Not to let a great event fade away,  McCoy College began hosting our own Hooding Ceremony for graduate business candidates in 2010. It is a wonderful, celebratory event that consistently gets great reviews from graduates, family and guests. If you are an MBA, MAcy, MSAIT or MSHRM student graduating in December you, your family, and friends are cordially invited to join us.

Graduation candidates eligible to participate are notified of the registration process via e-mail. RSVPs from candidates are required to participate but family and friends can attend without an RSVP.

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