Faculty-Student Engagement Labs

Welcome to Our School of Management Faculty-Student Engagement Labs!

The purpose of these interactive labs is to encourage dialog between our students and our faculty on a diverse set of topics.  We encourage all students to participate in these labs - there is no cost and you may enjoy lunch and beverage as a part of the activity.

Students at Faculty-Student Engagement LabHow do I Participate?

  • Simply arrive at the specified location;
  • All labs are held during free hour: 12:45-2:10.

Where are the Labs held?

  • Unless otherwise specified, Labs in OW are held in the Wisser Library Conference room on the third floor.
  • Unless otherwise specified, Labs in MA are held in 26 W.61st Street, Room 408.

Are there any requirements?

  • None. Just bring your appetite and an interest to have an enjoyable chat!

Student Advancement Points

Students that provide written evidence of attendance will earn one Student Advancement point for each Faculty-Student Engagement Lab attended (Maximum of one point per semester). Faculty members are requested to maintain a manifest for participants at their Engagement Labs to support documenting student engagement..

Faculty-Student Engagement Labs/Lunches: Fall 2015 Calendar

Networking and Careers in Hospitality
Join Professor James Dunne on Tuesday, September 29, free hour 12:45 - 2:10
Please contact Professor Dunne for additional detail.

Data Collection Techniques and the use of the Questionnaire Method in research
Join Dr. Umapathy Ananthanarayanan THursday, October 8, 12:45 - 2:10
All to meet at the Inn at Fox Hollow (Please contact Professor Dunne for additional detail).

International Financial Accounting Standards versus US GAAP
Join Professor Peter Harris on Tuesday, October 20, 12:45 - 2:10
All to meet at 26W.61st street Board Room 408 (Manhattan campus).

Cross-Cultural Communication: Which Stage of Culture Shock are you in and how can you beat them?
Join Dr. Amanda Han Thursday, October 29, 12:45 - 2:10
All to meet at 26W.61st street Board Room 408 (Manhattan campus).

Competencies to develop to become a successful manager in a modern Business Organization
Join Dr. Radek Nowak on Thursday, November 12, 12:45- 2:10
All to meet at the Wisser Hall Library Conference Room, third floor room 322 (Old Westbury campus).

Study Abroad: A Global Opportunity
Join Dr. Amr Swid on Tuesday, November 17, free hour 12:45 - 2:10
All to meet at the Wisser Hall Library Conference Room, third floor room 322 (Old Westbury campus).

Celebrities in the Age of Social Media
Join Dr. Deborah Cohn on Thursday, December 3, 12:45 - 2:10
All to meet at the Greenvale Diner/Townhouse (Please contact Dr. Cohn for additional detail).

The 2016 Election and an Outlook for the US Economy
Join Dr. Paul Kutasovic on Thursday, November 24, 12:45 - 2:10
All to meet at the Wisser Hall Library Conference Room, third floor room 322 (old Westbury campus).

 
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