April 17: Your friends take over your classroom
Featured Events Students | Apr 09, 2013 | Nicole Gesualdo
Want to find out how unlimited team spending has affected Major League Baseball?
If having a popular web site affects a company’s performance?
Whether Twitter can predict stock returns?
Think about discovering this kind of stuff from your friends.
In only a half-hour.
Students have done amazing original research this year on these topics and others. They’re ready to share it with the world at the Gabelli School Undergraduate Business Research Conference on Wednesday, April 17, when they and students from other universities around the United States will take over the classrooms in Hughes for 30-minute presentations. (You can see the specific presentation schedule here.)
We need as many of you as possible here to support them!
If you’ve got any time on April 17, register here to be part of our “live studio audience,” so to speak.
(You can pop in and out for as long or as short as you want, for one presentation or two or four — there’s only one ticket option on the registration page, but it does not imply that you’ve got to stick around all day.)
We hope you’ll be part of the student support section that gives our senior class researchers the round of applause they deserve.
If you have any questions about the event, contact Brian Dunn, director of honors opportunities, at email@example.com.