College of Business Administration
In his best-selling book “Repacking Your Bags,” Richard Leider refers to studies that confirm there is a connection between purpose and a person’s health, happiness and contentment. This two-hour workshop will help you find your purpose and reflect on the next phase of your life and work. The workshop is free but requires advance registration at www.bluezonesproject.com/events.
UNI-SHRM will host a general meeting; snacks and drinks provided.
The Final Round for UNIBusiness' annual Diversity Case Competition
The Preliminary Round for UNIBusiness' annual Diversity Case Competition
Tony DiCecco, former UNI women's basketball coach and now The Tony D Connection will talk about the importance of having a passion in life, as it helps motivate you to reach your goals. Everyone welcome.
The American Marketing Association will host an informational meeting for prospective members.
Rush Nigut will discuss common legal business structures, such as limited liability company, sole proprietorship and corporation. Rush's wealth of entrepreneurial and corporate legal experience makes him an engaging and knowledgeable expert. He will share practical advice on how various legal structures can vary in complexity, price and protection.
JoAnn Hines, the Packaging Diva, will share tips on how small business owners can make their products stand out and sell. Hines has more than 30 years experience in the packaging industry. She has been interviewed on TV and radio, traveled to China as a packaging summit guide, worked with the Small Business Administration (SBA) and spoken at the White House.
Members are encouraged to attend the meeting; all dues must be paid in full.
The UNI Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) will host Kris Marmie, who will speak about interviews and resumes. All students, regardless of major, are welcome to attend.