On March 3, senior Management and Arts and Entertainment majors
in the College of Business had the opportunity to network with alumni
and receive guidance as they participated in managerial situation
simulations during the College’s 10th annual Real Test Event.
Activities included a problem-solving scenario based on a real case
study, with alumni serving as their coaches and mentors (above photo).
There were also mock job interviews, with students selecting a real job
they would like to pursue and alumni acting as hiring managers for each
student’s chosen company. In another activity, students delivered Pow-erPoint presentations on case studies and received verbal and written
feedback from alumni. The event was organized by the Department of
Management with support from the Office of Alumni Relations.
“All the coaches really enjoyed the day,” said Jack Greeley, profes-
College of Business Alumni
sional educator of management. “Students always place a high value
on this activity.”
Mentor and Coach Students at
10th Annual Real Test Event
OUR PHARMACY ALUMNI often take advantage of the continuing education programs offered
through the University. Following the seventh annual Continuing Pharmacy Education and
Preceptor Development Conference on March 16, alumni joined Josh Spooner, assistant dean of
Pharmacy student affairs, at Paddy’s for a chance to catch up. Pictured are (L-R) John Le PharmD’ 15,
Nathan Harnois PharmD’ 15, Shane Martineau ’13/PharmD’ 15, Christine Galinski ’13/PharmD’ 15,
and Cindy Howe ’14/PharmD’ 16.