Workshops & Events


Upcoming Workshops & Events

Credential: Logistics & Supply Chain Management (1178221)

Credential: Logistics & Supply Chain Management

This course provides an overview of the key terms, processes, concepts, and methodologies used within Logistics and Supply Chain Management (SCM)
The program’s primary intent is to show the critical strategic and financial significance the supply chain has on a company’s ability to add customer value. Specific attention is paid to critical industry framework (which includes, but is not limited to, distribution, procurement, inventory, transportation, and information technology) and its impact on individual businesses, industry sectors, and the local, national, regional, and global economies. The relationship between SCM and other areas of the business and the importance of cost and trade-offs will be analyzed.
By the end of this program, you will be able to:
-Describe the differences between Logistics and Supply Chain Management
-Describe the critical areas of SCM and their relationship to each other and other areas of the business.
-Define and explain key terms, processes, concepts, and methodologies used in SCM
-Understand and explain the economic and strategic importance of the supply chain
-Examine a supply chain and know where to look to increase efficiency, decrease complexity, and improve processes.

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Credential: Financial Management (1178232)

Credential: Financial Management

Many decisions you make have financial significance. Learn how financial concepts relate to organizational success.
The program contains a series of modules that will introduce you to apply skills used in finance, accounting, and economics. This program focuses on applying knowledge, up-skilling, and mimic’s “on-the-job” training.
By the end of this program, you will know how to create financial statements, comprehend the investment and capital decisions needed in various scenarios, and understand how the economy can affect your strategy.
Learning Objectives:
Introduction to Financial Statements Analysis
-Create and analyze balance sheets, income statements cash flow statements, and statements of retained earnings
-Describe the role of footnotes and MD&A in the total analysis of financial statements
-Calculate and apply financial ratios and models as a part of a complete analysis
Econ 101
-Discuss money’s role in an economy
-Describe the gold standard vs. fiat currency
-Apply the prevailing economic theory to current economic situations
-Explain the roles of the Federal Reserve and U.S. Treasury and how they differ
-Compare and contrast monetary and fiscal policy
-Corporate Finance in Action
-Describe the process of starting a business from the inception of the idea to taking a company public
-Identify various types of business structures
-Explain how companies use their assets and liabilities

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Accelerator: Data Visualization in Excel (1178241)

Accelerator: Data Visualization in Excel

Data visualization is more than building graphs, it’s determining how to showcase your business problems, opportunities, strategy, etc.
*This program is FREE for students attending Bluffton, Capital, Denison, Heidelberg, Kenyon, Marietta, Ohio Wesleyan, Otterbein, Wittenberg, and Wooster. Ask your advisor for the promotional code.*
Data visualization is more than just building graphs, it’s trying to determine the best way to showcase your business problems, opportunities, strategies, and growth. Learn which data visuals tell the best story, depending on your business objective.
This course is intended for anyone interested in trying to learn more from their data and share the results in a visually appealing and compelling way. Explore creative and visual data displays (graphs & tables) and identify the best Excel tools in your data storytelling toolkit.
Some experience building tables or graphs in Excel and knowledge of basic statistics (averages, range, etc.) are expected.
When/Where:
SPRING 2023: 1/31/2023-2/7/2023 | 6pm-8pm | Every Tuesday
LOCATION: Denison Edge | 300 Marconi Blvd. #200, Columbus OH 43215
Time:
6:00 – 8:00 PM (each session)

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Credential: Marketing & Brand Strategy (1179445)

Credential: Marketing & Brand Strategy

Learn how to drive value through marketing, with a focus on brand strategy.
Participants will gain an understanding of Marketing as a fundamental discipline needed to create and build successful brands, businesses, nonprofits, products, and even professional individual identities. This course introduces concepts and then quickly provides you with opportunities to apply them to real-world opportunities or challenges through individual assignments and group projects.
This Credential program is 10-weeks with 30 contact hours. To earn your badge of completion, you must achieve a minimum of 70% in 3 Key Performance areas: Attendance, Participation, and Activities/Assignments. The instructor will provide a specific rubric outlining the course syllabus in Key Performance areas.
*NOTE: This course is a prerequisite for the Marketing Communications Credential.
WHEN & WHERE:
SPRING 2023: 1/31/2023-3/28/2023 | 5:30pm-8:30pm | Every Tuesday
LOCATION: Denison Edge | 300 Marconi Blvd. #200, Columbus, OH 43215

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Credential: Business Analytics (1178251)

Credential: Business Analytics

Gain in-depth knowledge in the emerging field of analytics in business.
In this course, you’ll learn the fundamentals of analytics and how to deploy these technologies to support an organization’s business strategy. Participants will better understanding of analytics techniques, applications, governance, and ethics/risks using real-life examples. By the end of this course, you will have a foundational understanding of analytics in business and be able to identify use-cases and opportunities to incorporate these capabilities into an organization’s business strategy.
This Credential program is 8 weeks with 24 contact hours. To earn your badge of completion, you must achieve a minimum of 70% in 3 Key Performance areas: Attendance, Participation, and Activities/Assignments. The instructor will provide a specific rubric outlining the Key Performance areas in the course syllabus.
WHEN & WHERE:
SPRING 2023: 1/31/2023-3/28/2023 | 5:30pm-8:30pm | Every Tuesday
LOCATION: Denison Edge | 300 Marconi Blvd. #200, Columbus, OH 43215

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Credential: Marketing Communications (1179461)

Credential: Marketing Communications

Gain a strong understanding of marketing and communication principles to help your brand and business grow.
*It is recommended to take the Marketing & Brand Strategy Credential as it is a prerequisite for this program. Questions: contact colantoniom@denison.edu*
In this course, we will explore how brand strategy and planning effectively come to life throughout a variety of channels in a larger marketing ecosystem. From brand identity, advertising, and creative execution, this course will equip you with a strong understanding of marketing and communication principles that guide a brand’s go-to-market strategy and help them win with consumers. Learn more about:
-Paid, earned, and owned channels
-Marketing strategy creation
-Customer segmentation
-Campaign and creative concepting
-Key messaging and content strategy
-Design and visual identity
-Traditional and out of home advertising
-Paid media, SEO, and other digital channels
-Social media advertising
-Digital PR including trust-building
-Emerging technology
*This Credential program is 8 weeks with 24 contact hours. To earn your badge of completion, you must achieve a minimum of 70% in 3 Key Performance areas: Attendance, Participation, and Activities/Assignments. The instructor will provide a specific rubric outlining the course syllabus’s Key Performance areas.*
WHEN & WHERE:
SPRING 2023: 2/1/2023-3/29/2023 | 5:30pm-8:30pm | Every Wednesday
LOCATION: Denison Edge | 300 Marconi Blvd. #200, Columbus, OH 43215

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Workshop: Money Management (1193394)

Workshop: Money Management

A bank is an important ally as you move along your personal finance life cycle. Practice navigating your checking/savings and online banking account to assist you in developing pragmatic cash management habits.
At the end of this session, you will be able to:
-Identify the goals of monetary asset management
-Distinguish between various sources of financial services
-Prepare a bank reconciliation
-Read a bank statement
-Navigate online banking seamlessly
What you’ll take away:
-Bank reconciliation template
-Knowing how to read a checking account agreement
-Understanding how to assess different checking or savings institutions
Denison Edge workshops range from 2-4 hours of contact time, depending on the topic and content. To earn your badge of completion, you must attend the entire session.
WHEN & WHERE:
WINTER 2023: 2/6/2023 | 6pm-8pm | Monday
LOCATION: Virtual (Zoom)

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Creatively Student Demo (1200457)

Creatively Student Demo

Creatively is the job platform for creatives. With Creatively, you can easily build a portfolio and make sure it's in front of the eyes of relevant employers. In this demo, learn from Creatively staff about how to set up an account, fill out your profile, upload your work, and start networking with creative professionals.
This information session will take place in 218 Burton Morgan from 12-1PM, fresh snacks provided! This info session can also be attended virtually with the zoom link provided below. We hope you can join us!
Join Zoom Meeting
https://us05web.zoom.us/j/81099190231?pwd=TWNrYnNVUUROWEZLUHQxYU1HeVE1UT09
Meeting ID: 810 9919 0231
Passcode: Ad4U1y

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Studio Art Summer Internship/Praxis Workshop (1234049)

Studio Art Summer Internship/Praxis Workshop

How are you doing with Making Plans for Summer Internships
and fulfilling Praxis in the Arts for Studio Art Majors?
Come to Thursday, February 9th 11:30-1PM for an Internship Info Session
complete with Knowlton Center coaching and lunch will be provided!
Questions? Sheilah ReStack Jessica Hall

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Denison Exclusive- Nationwide Children's Hospital On Campus Info Session  (1206829)

Denison Exclusive- Nationwide Children's Hospital On Campus Info Session

Recruiters from Nationwide Children's Hospital in Columbus, Ohio will be on campus to educate you on career pathways in clinical research that do not require a Masters or Doctoral degree. They will also promote the full-time clinical research opportunities they are currently hiring for! Snacks will be provided.
The info session will take place in Higley Auditorium from 11:30-12:30PM, fresh snacks will be provided. We hope to see you there!

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Let's Talk! Technology, Data, and Science Career Community Tabling in Slayter (1239498)

Let's Talk! Technology, Data, and Science Career Community Tabling in Slayter

Stop by Thursday, February 16th, to chat with a Peer Fellow of the Technology, Data, and Science Career Community who will be tabling in Slayter (Flagpole Entrance) to discuss how to connect with the career community and the Knowlton Center as well as highlight what resources are available.
While you're there, enter a raffle for a chance to win a mystery swag bag! The winners will be announced the following week in the Tech, Data, and Science Career Community Newsletter.
Stop by between 1 PM - 3 PM; we hope to see you there!

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Workshop: Building Graphs in Microsoft Excel (1193474)

Workshop: Building Graphs in Microsoft Excel

Microsoft Excel allows you to communicate and handle information with much more impact than raw numbers alone. You will get more from your data by learning how to build graphs in Microsoft Excel, from straight-forward to complex.
Microsoft Excel allows you to communicate and handle information with much more impact than raw numbers alone.
You will get more from your data by learning how to build graphs in Microsoft Excel, from straight-forward to complex.
This course outlines the visualization features and functions in Microsoft Excel including:
-Graphs: Line graphs, bar graphs, scatter plots, bubble plots, box and whisker plots, pie charts, heat maps, waterfall charts, and more
-Formatting graphs to include scale adjustments, axes labels, value labels, layout, primary and secondary axes
-The use of summary tables and conditional formatting
Denison Edge workshops range from 2-4 hours of contact time, depending on the topic and content. To earn your badge of completion, you must attend the entire session.
WHEN & WHERE:
SPRING 2023: 2/9/2023 | 6pm-8:30pm | Thursday
LOCATION: Virtual (Zoom)

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GC B-Ready: Leveraging LinkedIn (1229270)

GC B-Ready: Leveraging LinkedIn

Did you know that most recruiters are turning to LinkedIn to find potential employees? Wondering how to utilize LinkedIn in your own internship or post-Denison job search? Join Tristan Ruml, owner of TGrowth, for GC B-Ready: Leveraging LinkedIn.
This workshop goes beyond creating a LinkedIn profile and will give you the insider tips and advice for LinkedIn success and strategic networking. Learn how to tap into the hidden job market. This is an interactive workshop, so bring your laptops, tablets or iPads. Pizza will be provided!
About the Facilitator: Tristan Ruml / Owner, TGrowth
Tristan Ruml is a leader in marketing and business development with deep expertise in helping businesses find leads, engage with prospects, close deals, and grow revenues! He has 10+ years of experience in both B2B and B2C marketing and business development roles. Tristan has worked in both the US and Europe across several dozen industries.

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GC B-Ready Workshop: Digital Marketing 101 (890416)

GC B-Ready Workshop: Digital Marketing 101

75% of managers have said it is a challenge to find and retain professionals with the up-to-date digital marketing skills they need. It is the perfect time to learn the skills that companies need in their marketing verticals, including:
Content Marketing
Customer Experience and Engagement: Conversations, Campaigns, and Conversion
Marketing Automation
Marketing Experimentation and Analytics
Social Media Marketing
Don't know what these terms mean? That's ok! The GC B-Ready Digital Marketing 101 Workshop will provide you with a foundational understanding of digital marketing principles, strategies, and tools. Learn the vocabulary used by digital marketing specialists, examine best practices in marketing strategy, and hear what our expert thinks are just digital trends versus which social media tools are here to stay.
Sunday, February 12 / 10:00am - 12:00noon
**Breakfast will be provided**
About our facilitator:
Tristan Ruml, owner of TR Growth, is a marketer with a decade of experience across various industries for US and European companies. He's helped companies generate leads, launch new products, and create lifelong customers while focusing on ROI and profitability. This has resulted in a broad skill set including storytelling, copywriting, social media, podcasting, email marketing, and paid advertising.
Tristan earned his BS in International Business with concentrations in Marketing and Mandarin Chinese from Grove City College.

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Boston University MPH Program Insights   (1229698)

Boston University MPH Program Insights

Interested in an MPH? What about a degree in population health research, biostatistics, epidemiology, or global health? Attend this session to learn more about the booming field of public health and how a degree from Boston University can set you up to make the impact you hope for in the world. BONUS: did you know that students from Denison can qualify for a special scholarship at Boston University through the Select Scholars program? Attend to learn more!

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Workshop: Credit Management (1193399)

Workshop: Credit Management

Establishing a robust and stellar credit history early can help make your downstream credit rating work for you! Gain valuable practices evaluating various credit options, terms, and amortization tables to avoid creating a dastardly interest expense fiasco.
At the end of this session, you will be able to:
-Explain advantages and disadvantages of using credit
-Distinguish among credit cards, other types of open-end credit, and installment loans
-Calculate the interest and annual percentage rate on consumer loans
-Read a credit card statement
-Read the Schumer Box
-Avoid predatory lending
What you’ll take away:
-Assessing credit card options
-Accessing and understanding your credit score
-Understanding how to manage credit cards
Denison Edge workshops range from 2-4 hours of contact time, depending on the topic and content. To earn your badge of completion, you must attend the entire session.
WHEN & WHERE:
SPRING 2023: 2/20/2023 | 6pm-8pm | Monday
LOCATION: Virtual (Zoom)

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Accelerator: Building Custom Macros & Templates (1179501)

Accelerator: Building Custom Macros & Templates

Learn how to build custom automation with templates and macros in Microsoft Excel.
Are you interested in:
-Trying or getting a basic understanding of Excel (such as from the -Accelerator: Intro to Excel)?
-Enhancing your knowledge of Excel?
-Motivated to learn something new?
-Then this is the right program for you!
-There will be some homework so you can recreate or build custom templates seen firsthand between course offerings to deepen your understanding.
Learning macros and templates will speed up your production and reduce the time you spend on your Excel sheets.
A macro is a recording of formatting changes and other routine tasks performed in Excel to be replayed quickly.
A template is a pre-formatted workbook or worksheet with built-in headers or formulas.
Learn the basics of both and when to apply one or the other for your data sets or collection inputs. Introduction and possible utilization of VBA (Visual Basic for Applications).
WHEN & WHERE:
SPRING 2023: 2/21/2023-2/28/2023 | 6pm-8pm | Every Tuesday
LOCATION: Virtual (Zoom)

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American Foreign Policy Council Internships-Virtual Information Session (1237918)

American Foreign Policy Council Internships-Virtual Information Session

Do you have a strong interest in foreign policy and national security? Join recruiter Syndey Duckor to learn about the American Foreign Policy Council Internship.
The internship program at the American Foreign Policy Council provides aspiring young foreign policy leaders with the opportunity to thrive and begin contributing to national security in a meaningful way. Internships are awarded three times a year (typically January to April, May to August, and September to December). Our internship is rigorously research-based and awards positions only to those who are capable of serious work. The majority of our interns delve into large research projects and assist with the publication of articles and/or the organizing of events with foreign dignitaries. Interns are also provided an opportunity to work closely with foreign policy professionals, thanks to the relatively small size of our organization and the selectivity of our intern program. Many past interns have also been published in prestigious media outlets, including U.S. News and World Report, CNN.com, and the Wall Street Journal Europe, among others.

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School of Education Tabling In Slayter  (1221492)

School of Education Tabling In Slayter

Don't miss a chance to talk to Abby Frank, a Graduate Student Assistant at the School of Education at the University of Pittsburgh. She is on campus to share Pitt’s School of Education program offerings and discuss careers and research opportunities in education. Pitt’s School of Education is primarily a graduate-based department, and it is our mission to provide an inclusive and equitable campus for our student body.

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Fireside Chat with Peter Scher,  Vice Chairman of JPMorgan Chase & Co. (1231438)

Fireside Chat with Peter Scher, Vice Chairman of JPMorgan Chase & Co.

The Knowlton Center is excited to collaborate with Global Commerce to welcome Mr. Peter Scher to campus!
Peter Scher is Vice Chairman of JPMorgan Chase & Co. and a member of the firm’s Operating Committee – reporting directly to the firm’s Chairman and CEO Jamie Dimon.
During his time at JPMorgan Chase, Peter has overseen the firm’s global Corporate Responsibility department, including its public policy efforts, the J.P. Morgan International Council and Morgan Health, a business unit focused on improving the quality of healthcare for the firm’s employees and creating new models for employer-based healthcare.
A notable highlight of his career was leading the firm’s $200 million investment in the revitalization of Detroit, which has been featured on 60 Minutes, profiled by Fortune Magazine in ranking JPMorgan Chase number one on its list of companies “Changing the World” and chronicled by Harvard Business School as a case study for inclusive capitalism.
Prior to JPMC, Peter was the Managing Partner of the Washington, D.C. office of law firm Mayer Brown LLP and spent nearly a decade in public service. Nominated by President Clinton, he was confirmed by the United States Senate as U.S. Special Trade Ambassador and served as one of the lead U.S. negotiators on China's entry into the World Trade Organization.

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Workshop: Storytelling with Data (1193488)

Workshop: Storytelling with Data

The data speaks for itself, but does it really? Inspire, influence, and inform your audience by building a compelling narrative based on data and analytics through storytelling.
This course aims to improve your analytical skills by:
-Learning new tips and tricks to make data and results presentations more meaningful and impactful, beyond just building graphs
-Learning to decipher and then display key messages or stories from your data
-Creatively utilizing images, flow charts, and smart art to explain or tell a story with your data
-Designing a framework for your data results presentations
Denison Edge workshops range from 2-4 hours of contact time, depending on the topic and content. To earn your badge of completion, you must attend the entire session.
WHEN & WHERE:
SPRING 2023: 2/23/2023 | 6pm-8:30pm | Thursday
LOCATION: Virtual (Zoom)

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Use Your Bachelors and Become a Nurse in 16 months (1234098)

Use Your Bachelors and Become a Nurse in 16 months

With the changing needs of the job market, extensive job openings, and high need for nurses, Xavier’s Accelerated Nursing Program builds on your previous non-nursing bachelor’s degree allowing you to earn a quality BSN in 16 months.
This info session will take place in 219 Burton Morgan from 12:30-1:30. We hope to see you there!

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Start Smart: Negotiating Your First Salary (1219278)

Start Smart: Negotiating Your First Salary

AAUW Start Smart is specifically designed to teach women how to negotiate salaries for a new job. In this workshop you’ll gain confidence in your negotiation style through facilitated discussion and practice. Spots are limited, and lunch will be provided--sign up now! We'll cover:
How to identify and articulate your personal value
How to develop an arsenal of persuasive responses and other strategies to use when negotiating
How to conduct objective market research to benchmark a target salary and benefits
Women who negotiate increase their potential to earn higher salaries and better benefits packages. By negotiating fair and equitable salaries, you’ll be better able to pay off loans, buy the things you want and need, and even save (though it may seem like it’s far away) for retirement.
Be sure to register by Sunday, February 26th, 11:59 pm. After this date we may not be able to admit you.

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Workshop: Crisis Communication (1193509)

Workshop: Crisis Communication

Are you prepared for an unexpected crisis at your organization? Learn to manage the message clearly and quickly when in crisis-mode.
This program will guide you through steps you can take now so that you and your colleagues are positioned to communicate with the media and the public quickly and effectively when a crisis occurs. Crisis Communication is led by a public relations professional and a journalist.
Highlights include:
-How to build relationships with the media and social media influencers long before the crisis occurs.
-How to recognize that you’re in a crisis. A mass shooting or factory explosion is obvious, but some crises develop like a smoldering fire that can be extinguished with quick communication to minimize damage.
-How to prepare to communicate internally and externally, and what to expect from the media and anyone with access to social media.
Denison Edge workshops range from 2-4 hours of contact time, depending on the topic and content. To earn your badge of completion, you must attend the entire session.
WHEN & WHERE:
SPRING 2023: 3/2/2023 | 6pm-8:30pm | Thursday
LOCATION: In-person at Denison Edge

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Denison Exclusive- Nationwide Children's Hospital Trek (1226500)

Denison Exclusive- Nationwide Children's Hospital Trek

Nationwide Children’s Hospital’s research institute has invited Denison students to visit their facility for an exclusive tour and panel discussion with clinical research scientists.
The Abigail Wexner Research Institute (AWRI) at Nationwide Children’s Hospital is a dynamic, collaborative, state-of-the-art environment for world class, child health research. More than 170 scientists on the Nationwide Children’s Hospital campus work to advance child health and pediatric medicine using the resources and expertise of the Research Institute.
Recruiters will be on-site campus to share about career pathways in clinical research that do not require a Masters or Doctoral degree. They will also promote the full-time clinical research opportunities they are currently hiring for!
Transportation to and from the event will be provided and lunch from Panera will be catered for all to enjoy.

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Workshop: Income Taxes & Insurance (1193406)

Workshop: Income Taxes & Insurance

Well-informed tax planning affects what gets sent to Uncle Sam. Protecting your hard-earned assets makes good common sense and pays off.
In this workshop, you’ll gain an understanding around how to fill out an actual tax form and evaluate insurance options/terms to assure your tax and insurance bases are covered.
At the end of this workshop, you will be able to:
-Read a W-2 with confidence
-Fill out a W-4
-Prepare a 1040
-Unpack tax brackets
-Differentiate among the seven steps involved in calculating your federal income taxes
-Explain how insurance works to reduce risk
-Explain the nature of progressive income taxes and the marginal tax rate
What you’ll take away:
-Tax terms literacy
-Insurance options and terms
-Exposure to tax forms
Denison Edge workshops range from 2-4 hours of contact time, depending on the topic and content. To earn your badge of completion, you must attend the entire session.
WHEN & WHERE:
SPRING 2023: 3/6/2023 | 6pm-8pm | Monday
LOCATION: Virtual (Zoom)

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Workshop: Investments & Retirement (1193457)

Workshop: Investments & Retirement

Get practice evaluating various investment opportunities, risk/return tradeoffs, life-cycle investment decisions, and time value of money considerations to build the future nest egg of your dreams.
It might seem like a long way off, but acting upon a solid investment strategy now, will make a world of difference when retirement comes.
At the end of this session, you will be able to:
-Create your own investment plan
-Explain how to get started as an investor
-Differentiate between savings and investing
-Describe the major risk factors that affect the rate of return on investments
What you’ll take away:
-Personal investment questionnaire
-Review of retirement account alternatives
-An understanding of different investment options (ie. debt, equity, funds, crypto, etc.)
Denison Edge workshops range from 2-4 hours of contact time, depending on the topic and content. To earn your badge of completion, you must attend the entire session.
WHEN & WHERE:
SPRING 2023: 3/23/2023 | 6pm-8pm | Monday
LOCATION: Virtual (Zoom)

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Accelerator: Pivot Tables in Excel (1179522)

Accelerator: Pivot Tables in Excel

Learn how to build and use pivot tables, pivot graphs, and efficiently produce summary statistics from your data sets.
Learn how to build and use pivot tables, and pivot graphs, and efficiently produce summary statistics from your data sets. Explore and produce pivot tables, graphs, and summary statistics from large data sets. This course is intended for those who have a basic understanding of summary statistics and want to efficiently navigate through data to determine the best course of action. Learn the power of pivot tables for efficient data analysis and how to tell the best “story” from your data.
No previous experience with pivot tables is required, but prior experience with Excel and basic knowledge of statistics (averages, ranges, etc.) is recommended.
When & Where:
SPRING 2023: 3/21/2023-3/28/2023 | 6pm-8pm | Every Tuesday
LOCATION: Virtual (Zoom)
Instructor:
Your instructor, Amanda Swanson, is a Cross-Functional Leader & Consumer Advocate currently working at EndLease as a Sr. Manager of Customer Research. Amanda previously worked as a Manager at The Walt Disney Company, a Senior Statistician at Nestle, and a Statistician at E&J Gallo Winery.
Amanda holds a BS in Mathematics from California State University – Stanislaus, an MS in Statistics from California State University – East Bay, and an MBA from Otterbein University.

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Med School Made Easy Conference (1234092)

Med School Made Easy Conference

The American Medical Student Association (AMSA) at Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine is excited to announce their third annual Med School Made Easy for Conference (MSME), to take place virtually on Saturday, April 1st 2023 from 12:00pm to 3:00pm EST.

MSME is an event that prepares undergraduate premedical students to stand out in the application cycle. Current M1 students will discuss all things med school: MCAT scores, extracurriculars, personal statements, interviews, and life after acceptance. MSME will cover all of the bases, making the application to medical school - easy. There’s something for everyone, no matter what step you find yourself at in the application process. The schedule of events is as follows:
12-12:30 - Welcome and Guest Speaker Presentation
12:30-2:30 - Students will rotate between 4 breakout rooms with 30 minutes in each room. Each breakout room is hosted by 2-3 Wright State Boonshoft students who will be discussing their experiences and answering any questions you may have.
MCAT Prep
Extracurriculars
Med School Application Process
Gap Years/Advanced degrees
2:30-3 - Q&A and Conclusion

Handshake will take you to an external link to register your attendance. Virtual meeting links for the conference will be sent out the evening before the conference to registered attendees.

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LSAT - What Do You Need to Know to Prepare for Law School (1234953)

LSAT - What Do You Need to Know to Prepare for Law School

A representative from the Law School Admission Counsel (LSAC) will present all you need to know about the LSAT. The LSAT is the entry examination required for law school. She will talk about study guides, what you will need for applications, and tips for the LSAT exam. Dinner will be provided.

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Accelerator: Financial Statements for Decision Making (1179536)

Accelerator: Financial Statements for Decision Making

Learn how balance sheets, income statements, and statements of cash flows facilitate decision-making in business.
Financial statements provide information to help people make decisions and set priorities based on an organization’s financial condition and performance. In this program, you will:
-Develop a basic understanding of the interrelationships of the three main financial statements used in making business decisions:
1. Balance Sheets
2. Income Statements
3. Statements of Cash Flows
-Understand how organizations are presented to the public through annual financial reports
-Learn how banks use organizations’ financial statements to make financing decisions
-Understand how individual shareholders use financial statements to make investing decisions
-Acquire the skills and tools necessary to understand and analyze the three main types of financial statements
-Make decisions based on financial statement analysis
At the conclusion of this program, you will be able to read, interpret, and analyze real-world balance sheets, income statements, and statements of cash flows to facilitate valued decision-making.
WHEN & WHERE:
SUMMER 2023: 5/15/2023-5/29/2023 | 6pm-8pm | Virtual (via Zoom)

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Credential: Foundations of Accounting (1179547)

Credential: Foundations of Accounting

Understanding Financial and Managerial Accounting is a game changer for anyone in today’s job market, and this program will allow you to engage in a deep-dive exploration of this discipline.
You’ll prepare, analyze, and utilize the four common financial statements used to make decisions in an organization to assess how companies present themselves to the public through their annual reports and assess sustainability. You’ll learn to distinguish the difference between financial and managerial accounting and thereby acquire the skills and tools necessary to understand, analyze, and develop sound financial decisions based on your evaluation.
By the end of this program, you will be able to:
-Assess the impact of transactions and the interrelationships between balance sheets, income statements, statements of retained earnings, and cash flow statements
-Identify the role and scope of financial and managerial accounting and the use of accounting information in the decision-making process of managers
-Explore financial statement analysis by addressing “what if” questions according to the information needs of an organization
-Explain how managerial accounting information and data analytics facilitate planning, controlling, performance evaluation, and decision-making activities
-Interpret time value of money calculations to make capital budgeting and other future oriented decisions
WHEN & WHERE:
SUMMER 2023: 6/7/2023-8/2/2023 | 5:30pm-8:30pm | Every Wednesday

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DataConnect Conference 2023 (1086236)

DataConnect Conference 2023

The annual DataConnect Conference brings together industry leaders, technical experts and entrepreneurs to discuss the latest trends, advancements, technologies, and innovations in data, analytics, machine learning, and AI.
Learn from high-quality content delivered by thought leaders through keynotes, presentations, engaging panel discussions, and expert-led workshops.
Collaborate with peers and network with experts.
Connect with the global data community with non-stop networking opportunities.
Click External Registration to learn more.

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Students competed in a race sponsored by Penske Corporation. The goal: Create the best pitch.

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