Empowering Detroit through Development and Social Media

Posted by Nicolette Ferlito Codd

Nov 18

Despite reports of bankruptcy and corruption, Detroit is growing in a positive way, and it is a great place to live, work, and play.  Currently my family, which includes my two brothers and parents, are opening two, and hopefully more, brand new businesses in the central business district of Detroit, and we are not the only ones!  Accounting firm Plante Moran is opening an office in the Compuware Building. Advertising giant Campbell Ewald has brought 600 employees downtown next to Ford Field. Detroit is growing and changing, and we are excited to be a part of it.

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Topic Categories: Facebook, Graduate School, ISM 7505

Easy Guide To Getting All The Classes You Need To Graduate With An MBA

Posted by John H. Heinrichs

Nov 6

Wayne Biz School Requirements, MBA Concentrations ... It’s Too Much!

Easy guide to getting all the classes you need to graduate with an MBA from Wayne Biz

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Topic Categories: Graduate School, Tips, Concentration

5 Common Graduate Student Faux Pas

Posted by Jesse Stanghini

Jun 14

Graduate Programs Office Growth

The Graduate Programs Office (GPO) within the School of Business Administration offers many services, from admission to advising, to assist graduate students throughout their academic careers. The main office is located in the Prentis Building in Midtown Detroit, the office also holds advising hours at the WSU Oakland Center. The office celebrated its one year anniversary on June 1st! Since opening, the GPO has expanded its services with a helpful and knowledgeable staff to ensure success of its growing student population. Help us spread the word and embrace change at WSU!

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Topic Categories: Graduate School

5 Things Elementary School Taught Me about Graduate School

Posted by Camille Chidsey

May 5

1. Share.

Share your resources, share your knowledge, share your experience. While most people associate elementary school with sharing toys and crayons, this lesson extends far past kindergarten. Students pursuing information science related careers come from a range of backgrounds and the mix of personal and professional experience among students can be very powerful. As a teaching and service focused profession, good customer service is essential. Understanding different communities, cultures, and perspectives adds both to the integrity of the profession and helps maintain educated, self-aware librarians.

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Topic Categories: Educational Resources, Graduate School

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