Political Fallout: Impact on Main Street and Wall Street
Paul Isely, Sridhar Sundaram, Erika King, Mitch Stapley, and Bob Roth discuss the roots of the financial crisis and solutions going forward at the Political Fallout: Impact on Main Street and Wall Street Breakfast Lecture on September 14, 2011.
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As a Seidman College of Business graduate student you have many opportunities to plan your curriculum, take advantage of campus life, and build your future.
Join student organizations and meet other business students and community business leaders. Join the Graduate Student Advisory Board and serve as a liaison between students and faculty. Attend Seidman events and build relationships that will enhance your career. Join our Seidman Graduate Programs facebook page for up-to-date information.
Students are also invited and encouraged to attend the Seidman Alumni Breakfast Series presentations.
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