Chicago Talks

Theme:
What is the future of graduate business education?

Moderator:
Terri Friel,
Dean, Heller College of Business,
Roosevelt University

Panelists:
Sunil Kumar,
Dean, Booth School Of Business,
University Of Chicago

Denise D. Schoenbachler,
Dean, College of Business,
Northern Illinois University

Paul Davidovitch,
Partner, Fulcrum Chicago

Date:
Wednesday, April 11th, 2012

Time:
11:30 AM -12:15 PM Lunch
12:15 PM – 1:30 PM Panel Discussion

Venue:

Roosevelt University,
4th Floor Commons Area
18 S. Michigan Ave.,
Chicago, IL 60603

Organizers:
Niagara Foundation & Heller College of Business, Roosevelt University


Chicago Talks Overview

On April 11, 2012 the Niagara Foundation and Roosevelt co-hosted a Chicago Talks event, which was centered on answering the question, “What is the future of graduate business education”.   The event featured a panel of top business professionals including Sunil Kumar, Dean of Booth School of Business at the University of Chicago, Denise Schoenbachler, Dean of the College of Business at Northern Illinois University, and Paul Davidovitch, Partner at Fulcrum Chicago.  Terri Friel, Dean of Heller College of Business at Roosevelt University in Chicago, moderated the event.  Students, journalists, and business professionals alike attended the event.  Much of the discussion revolved around the role of students as customers, advanced technology learning strategies, and how to attract the right students.  Everyone in attendance was treated to a very stimulating discussion on the future of graduate business school from top professionals in the field.


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