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The W. P. Carey School of Business educates tomorrow’s business leaders, takes an entrepreneurial approach to learning, and conducts groundbreaking research, in order to create positive change on a global scale.
July is officially the start of our new year, and much like the holiday in January, it’s time to make plans, set goals, and look forward to the next 12 months with anticipation and excitement.The coming year is an opportunity to rise to the challenges before us. How can we transform lives, and not just education? How can we continue to enrich students, engage in thought-provoking research, and create a better future?
Many of us aren’t natives, and despite the heat, we were drawn to Arizona and the indescribable sense that anything is possible here. Each employee contributes to the legacy of the W. P. Carey School of Business. We were started by visionaries and we continue to evolve. While there are many changes going on this summer, our passion remains.
Let’s take a moment to reflect as we get ready for another great year ahead.
Connect with your colleagues and kick off the weekend with a visit to the oasis.
Friday, July 28
4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
MCRD 450, Tempe Campus
Get to know a little bit more about colleagues who are deeply tied to the success of two of our outstanding academic units: Morrison School of Agribusiness Mark Manfredo and Department of Information Systems Associate Director Angie Saric.
Former real estate investment trust CEO and entrepreneur Mort Fleischer has helped more than 300 low income students experience college life and launch business careers by funding two week-long summer programs for Arizona teens, held at the W. P. Carey School.
Enlightening research conducted by Assistant Professor of Agribusiness Carola Grebitus and her colleague, Assistant Professor of Human Systems Engineering Rod Roscoe, shows that when we search online, we rush, miss prejudice in websites, and seem convinced with scarce variety in our references.