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Marketing Society Career Night

Marketing Society Career Night Tuesday, February 7, 2012 5:30 – 7:00 pm, Room 442 University Centre ALL COMMERCE STUDENTS are welcome to network with business professionals! The UofG Marketing Society is hosting this networking night for all students! Industry professionals will be on hand to share information and insight into their particular field. A great opportunity to hone your networking skills and find out about career possibilities with various companies! 

Economics Visiting Speaker Seminar

Margret Insley from the University of Waterloo will present "On the Timing of Non-Renewable Resource Extraction with Regime-Switching Prices".

2012 Job Fair

The 2012 Job Fair will be taking place on Wednesday February 1, 2012 at Bingemans Conference Centre in Kitchener. This event is the largest of its kind in the country and will feature over 175 employers recruiting for all types of positions including full-time, contract, summer, part-time or co-op students from all years and disciplines. Admission to this event is free for students and alumni. Student /Alumni IDs MUST be presented at the door. Buses will be provided for students and will depart from the University Centre. Don't forget to dress for success and bring lots of resumes.

CMESA Alumni Connections

Join fellow CME Student Association alumni at the Opus Lounge, 96 Macdonell Street in Guelph from 7 to 10 pm. Enjoy wine and cheese, meet current association members and share stories of your time in the association. Please respond to Samantha Cherry , VP Internal, CMESA.

Economics Visiting Speaker Seminar

Mikko Packalen from the University of Waterloo will discuss "New Concepts from Science and Prior Innovation as Fuels of Technological Progress".

Political Economy of Food - Panel Discussion

CME is hosting the Political Economy of Food - Panel Discussion in the OMAFRA Conference Centre at 1 Stone Road West on January 25th, 2012 from 11am - 2pm. The panel discussion features Dr. Jim Brandle, CEO of Vineland Research and Innovation Centre, Bob Seguin, Executive Director of the George Morris Centre, Dr. Art Hill, Chair, Department of Food Science, and Dr. Paulette Padanyi, Associate Professor, Department of Marketing and Consumer Studies from the University of Guelph. Dr.

Economics Visiting Speaker Seminar

Casey Rothschild from Wellesley College will present "Optimal Taxation with Rent Seeking".

Discussion: Where will our food come from in the future?

Frank Valeriote, Member of Parliament for Guelph invites you to a discussion on " Where will our food come from in the future? " Wednesday, January 18, 2012 7:00pm Italian Canadian Club - 135 Ferguson Street, Guelph Presentations shall be made by: Pat Vanderkooy, Registered Dietitian Public Affairs, Dietitians of Canada Dr. Sylvain Charlebois, Dean (Acting) & Professor College of Management and Economics University of Guelph Evan Fraser Department of Geography College of Applied Human and Social Sciences University of Guelph

Enterprize Business Plan Competition

"The 2012 Enterprize Business Plan Competition spans across Canada and involves four regions: Western,Central, Quebec, and Atlantic. Catered toward promising undergraduate students of diverse faculties, Enterprize will draw young, ambitious and motivated leaders of tomorrow. The business plan is a powerful learning tool for competitors, as it offers a structured learning path to further develop the competitor’s entrepreneurial skills and equip students with the tools necessary to be a successful entrepreneur.

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