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Marshall News

12/28/08 • LeRoy Hudson
Forbes Forges Sunny View of U.S. Economy
12/22/08 • News at Marshall
USC Marshall Center for Effective Organizations Seminar for Professionals involved in HR Measurement, Research and Analysis Posits HR Measurement Must Become a Catalyst for Strategic Change
12/15/08 • Evy Jacobson
The Marshall Student Writing Coalition announces "Write On! 2009," a university-wide writing competition that is seeking the best short stories, essays and editorials USC undergraduates have to offer.
12/15/08 • News at Marshall
Ryan Tischler knew he had to act when he discovered that the AIDS Memorial Quilt - a visual reminder of a pandemic that has taken millions of lives around the world - hadn’t been displayed at USC since 1990.
12/8/08 • News at Marshall
The USC Marshall School of Business has deepened its partnership with IPADE Business School, currently ranked #1 in Latin America (FT), by sharing one of its faculty members with the Mexican leader in business education. The cooperation deepens the relationship between two of the top business schools in the Pacific Rim and leverages USC's Mexico City office, one of a strong network of international offices and points of contacts throughout Latin America and Asia.
12/2/08 • News at Marshall
Garber was featured at the Commissioners' Series, a distinguished speaker series held by the Sports Business Institute of the USC Marshall School of Business.
11/24/08 • News at Marshall
The Center for Effective Organizations at the USC Marshall School of Business was inducted into the 17th class of Fellows of the National Academy of Human Resources, an honor considered the most prestigious in the field of human resources.
11/24/08 • News at Marshall
Six first year full-time MBA students from the USC Marshall School of Business were named finalists at the Net Impact Case Competition at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business in Philadelphia on Nov. 15.
11/18/08 • News at Marshall
The CFA Society of Los Angeles and the USC Marshall School of Business announced a ground-breaking free program that will enable on-duty U.S. military personnel around the world to study via the Internet to become Chartered Financial Analysts.
11/10/08 • News at Marshall
For five USC MBA students, a research project created for the Pacific Rim International Management Education program (PRIME) reached well beyond the classroom, with applications for corporations seeking to enter China's growing food market.