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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.
The new school year is fast approaching, and you’ve probably noticed that it’s annual construction season at W. P. Carey. That’s a sign that great new things are just around the corner. It also means that it’s a good time to do some summer cleaning while you’re escaping the heat. As you prepare for the fall semester, we encourage you to give away and recycle swag with our old logo, and make sure to order and prepare your new materials.
It’s also a good time to update your PowerPoint presentations with the new logo -- PowerPoint templates can be found here – and there’s a pre-populated presentation with current school facts and information for you to use.
Also, be sure to check out professional development opportunities offered through the university that you can take advantage of this summer, covering topics such as team building, sustainability, and handling change in the workplace.
We never take for granted all the hard work and dedication that goes into preparing for each new school year. Thank you all for your continued commitment to the school!
Connect with your colleagues and kick off the weekend with a visit to the oasis.
Friday, June 23
4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
MCRD 450, Tempe Campus
In an organization where business is personal, the passion and impact that Assistant Marketing Professor Kirk Kristofferson and Systems Support Analyst Tracy Howell have in their positions reaches throughout W. P. Carey.
Starting this fall, three interactive robots nicknamed Carey, Sparky, and Gizmo will be wheeled out in MBA classrooms. If students in the Professional Flex MBA program have to miss class due to a work conflict, robots allow them to see, hear, and interact with their professor and classmates from a remote location, without disrupting the learning experience for others.
A consortium of leading business school programs, including W. P. Carey, have introduced a new quarterly journal, Health Management, Policy and Innovation, to address recent developments and potential solutions to complexities within the dynamic global health sector.