UCSD’s Design Club, Prototype: Fall Quarter GBM #1 Tonight! (10/04/16)

Ever wanted to learn skills from outside your Major?? Want to work on a design project while doing so? Then this is the place for you.

The primary focus of PROTOTYPE is to provide an individual who belongs to a particular major some understanding of majors other than his. This includes acquiring some understanding of skills and concepts from other majors. For example, a Biology major would be able to learn some basic Programming from Computer Science, some user interface design skills from Art and some knowledge of electronics from an Electrical engineer.

You can do this while working on a year long design project which could even end up becoming your own start-up.

If this idea appeals to you and if you are interested in working with people from other majors, learning how to work in a team while working on your own design project then come to our GBM #1.

UCSD Prototype
GBM #1
Tuesday October 4th, 2016
8:00 PM – 10:00 PM. CENTER 113
RSVP @ Prototype GBM #1
Contact @ ucsd.prototype@gmail.com
Follow us @ UCSD Prototype

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Jumpstart your career in business at UCSD’s 1st ever Student Business Organizations Fair!

Jumpstart your career in business at UCSD’s 1st ever Student Business Organizations Fair!

FB Event Link: https://www.facebook.com/events/200531820336205/

DATE: Tomorrow, Thursday, March 31st

TIME: 11:30am-2:30pm

WHERE: PC West Ballroom A

Get connected with the various business organizations you can join on campus.  Find out more about their members, internships and job placement, and their recruiting cycle.

Organizations in attendance include:

Adwave (American Advertising Federation chapter)

Business Council

Chinese Business Society

Cornerstone Community Consultants

Delta Sigma Pi (Professional Business Fraternity)

Financial Professionals Network

Phi Beta Lambda

Triton Consulting Group

Undergraduate Accounting Society

Undergraduate Business Network

Undergraduate Communication Society

Undergraduate Economics Society

Undergraduate Investment Society

 

11th Annual Financial Horizons Conference: Saturday, March 5th at Rady School of Management

Calling All Students Interested in Business, Investments, and Finance!

The Undergraduate Investment Society invites you to the 11th Annual Financial Horizons Conference on Saturday, March 5th at Rady School of Management.

Our keynote speakers will be Dr. Ken Kroner Global Head of Multi Asset Strategies at BlackRock as well as Jim Moffatt at Deloitte Consulting, as well as speakers from leading companies such as Facebook, Morgan Stanley, Duff and Phelps, PwC, RA Capital Advisors, William Blair, Altegris, BDO, Seed San Diego, and many more!

Don’t miss out on UCSD’s largest and most reputable business conference of the year. This is your chance to network with representatives from top companies in the business and finance industry. Come and join us for a FREE full-day event of speaker series, food and networking!

FB Event Link: https://www.facebook.com/events/1683194285260972/
DATE: Saturday, March 5th
WHERE: Rady School of Management
TIME: 8:30am-3:30pm
DRESS: Business Casual
PLEASE REGISTER HERE TO RESERVE YOUR SPOT:http://goo.gl/forms/eDBZSGdKFj

Check out our Pre- conference event: https://www.facebook.com/events/749347675195336/

Reminder: TODAY 2/11 – UES Undergraduate/Graduate Student Mixer

REMINDER: The Undergraduate Economics Society proudly presents its annual Undergraduate/Graduate Student Mixer!

Date: February 11, 2016  TODAY!
Time: 5-6PM
Location: In the courtyard of Sequoyah Hall
(Below the Department’s Undergraduate Advising Office)
Sequoyah Hall (SH) is across from the Economics Building.

Come out and enjoy free pizza while meeting graduate Economics students who can talk about their academic experiences as well as the ins and outs of getting admitted into grad school.

UES Undergraduate/Graduate Student Mixer 2/11/16

The Undergraduate Economics Society proudly presents its annual Undergraduate/Graduate Student Mixer!

Date: February 11, 2016
Time: 5-6PM
Location: In the courtyard of Sequoyah Hall
(Below the Department’s Undergraduate Advising Office)
Sequoyah Hall (SH) is across from the Economics Building.

Come out and enjoy free pizza while meeting graduate Economics students who can talk about their academic experiences as well as the ins and outs of getting admitted into grad school.