The Quinlan School of Business Newsletter (Biz Buzz) is published by the Quinlan School of Business Undergraduate Programs Office. The newsletter is designed to publicize important information specific to Loyola University Chicago Business Students. Emailed bi-weekly, the undergraduate newsletter communicates information on important dates, speakers, academic information and extracurricular activities. If you have any questions regarding the newsletter, please email Allison Davis at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 312.915.6113
Biz Buzz - October 29, 2018
News from the Undergraduate Programs Office
November 2: Last day to withdraw with a grade of "W." After this date, the penalty grade of "WF" will be assigned
November 2, 5 - 9: Express Advising
November 5: Spring 2019 Course Registration begins
November 21 - 24: Thanksgiving Break; no classes. Classes resume on Nov. 26
Schreiber Center, Suite 320, WTC | QuinlanUBUS@LUC.edu | 312.915.6113
1. Quinlan Express Advising
November 2 | 1:00-4:00pm; for course drop issues only
November 5- 9 | 9:00am-3:30pm; for Spring 2019 Course Registration
During Express hours we will be handling course-drop issues (Nov. 2) and immediate registration issues regarding the Spring 2019 term for business students who are sophomores (transfers only), juniors, seniors, and readmits (Nov. 5-9). Seniors: you should stop in to make sure you have registered for the necessary courses to graduate on time. If you are a freshman, sophomore, or not a business student, please talk to your academic advisor (you can find your advisor listed in LOCUS).
Transfer Students, Juniors and Seniors regular academic advising appointments will resume on Monday, November 12. Appointments can be scheduled by calling 312.915.6113 or by stopping by the Schreiber Center, Suite 320, WTC
First Year Students and Sophomores should visit their academic advisor in First and Second Year Advising, Sullivan Center 2nd fl. LSC 773.508.7714QuinlanUBUS@LUC.edu: If you need to repeat a business class or are unable to get into a class because you are a transfer student and took the prerequisites elsewhere; please email QuinlanUBUS@LUC.edu. Please include your name, student ID number, class name, section and four digit number and error message you are receiving.
- FYSA will be holding drop-in hours on October 31-November 2 and November 5-9 from 9:00am- 3:30pm.
Closed business classes: Dr. Ries makes all decisions regarding overrides into closed Quinlan School of Business classes. Please refrain from asking faculty directly as they will only refer you to Dr. Ries. Overrides are granted on an extremely limited basis and generally are reserved for students who are graduating in fall semester and have a requirement to complete. For non-Business classes, you may approach the professor and/or department chairperson.
2. Graduating in Fall 18, Spring or Summer 19? If you need to make any changes (ie: add/drop major or minor) to an already filed graduation application, please complete a new graduation application with updated info in Schreiber Center 320. Please write “update” on the form. If you have not applied for Spring or Summer 2019 graduation, please do so through LOCUS. The deadline to apply through LOCUS for Spring or Summer 2019 graduation is October 1, 2018. If you have questions, please visit LUC.edu/Quinlan/undergraduate/Graduation or set up an advising appointment by calling 312.915.6113.
3. Thinking about getting internship credit? More information on how to get academic credit for internships can be found here: LUC.edu/quinlan/undergraduate/internshipcredit. If you have questions regarding either BSAD 220, 300 or 351, please email QuinlanUBUS@LUC.edu.
4. Have you declared a major or want to change it? Students who have not applied for graduation can change their major/minor in Locus. If you have applied for graduation please come in to Schreiber Center, Suite 320, WTC to change or add a major/minor. If you have majors in more than one school/college or you are an athlete, please talk to your academic advisor for assistance.
5. Who is your advisor? Your academic advisor assignment may have changed over the summer. Log into your “Student Center” in LOCUS to see who your academic advisor is.
6. 2019-2020 FAFSA opened October 1. Are you planning on receiving Financial Aid next year? The 2019-2020 FAFSA opened for completion on October 1. If you have any questions or would like help completing this application, please contact Financial Aid. Financial Aid is also hosting two completion workshops, taking place from 4:00-6:00pm in Sullivan 253 on October 2 and October 4.
7. New Minor in Nonprofit Management. Want to change the world with you career? Our new Minor in Nonprofit Management is your gateway to careers that make a difference. The Minor will equip you with skills, knowledge, and values to be a future leader at a nonprofit, philanthropy, or government agency. Click here to find more details on the new Minor in Nonprofit Management.
8. MGMT 335: Microenterprise Consulting. Students often say they wish they had more hands-on, experiential opportunities while at Quinlan. So, please consider MGMT 335 Microenterprise Consulting, a unique course offering only available in the Spring Semester on Wednesdays from 6:00-9:00pm. Microenterprise Consulting started as a Loyola course 25 years ago. MGMT 335 enables students to take the role of a consultant team that develops the dream of an entrepreneur from an economically-distressed community in Chicago to a full business plan. We have many examples of clients from this class bettering themselves, their families, and their communities by launching their businesses based on the business plan they receive. Thus, students use their knowledge and skills to serve others and make a real-world impact. Throughout the course, students have the opportunity to network with Chicago-area consultants, business hubs/incubators, and other organizations that support microenterprise and microfinance loans. MGMT 335 requires a completed application and a one-on-one 30 minute interview with the instructor, Dr. Stacy Neier Beran. To receive an application, please email Dr. Beran.
Schreiber Center, Suite 320, WTC | QuinlanEvents@LUC.edu
No Tricks, Just Treats!
October 29 - November 2
4:00 - 5:50pm
Schreiber Center Lobby
Come pick up your free Affy Tapple in the Schreiber Center Lobby in front of the Great Stairs during Halloween Week (10/29-11/2) between 4:00 and 5:50pm. We'll have peanut and non-peanut candy apples available, while supplies last!
Leaning In, Together
Sponsored by the Baumhart Center
October 29 | 6:00-7:30pm | SCHR 9th floor
Ilene Gordon and Bram Bluestein "leaned in" together. Over almost four decades of marriage, they have raised two children, supported two grandchildren, and embraced two high-impact careers. Ilene ultimately served as CEO of a Fortune 500 company and Bram held senior leadership positions at several of the most respected consulting firms in the world. Along the way, Ilene and Bram learned how to navigate their personal and professional journeys, together. Their insights offer essential lessons for individuals thinking about how to balance career, ife, and family; their insights also offer a case study on how we might build greater equity in leadership across all sectors of our economy. Join us for this special conversation with Ilene and Bram.
The event is free, but registration is required. You can RSVP here.
CSR/Ethics Thought Leadership Series
Raymond C. Baumhart SJ Chair in Business Ethics presents
Breakfast with David Logan
Tuesday, October 30, 2018
8:00 - 9:30am | SCHR 1001
At Corporate Citizenship we believe that our work with business, large and small, all around the world makes a real positive difference to the environment and society. Our consultancy work, designed to simplify sustainability and transform businesses, draws on the broad range of experience and expertise of our team. At Corporate Citizenship we have extensive experience of brokering corporate partnerships and developing community investment activities for major global corporations. We also founded and manage LBG the globally recognized framework for managing and measuring corporate community investments. We believe our experience here can be used to help organisations become more appealing and effective corporate partners. As individual citizens we all have rights, responsibilities and aspirations. And business is no different.
So what kind of corporate citizen do you want to work for?
It’s a crucial question. Because business has the power to shape the future. To improve the way we live and create growth that benefits everyone. Why? Because a healthy society is in business’s best interest. In a healthy society, businesses and people thrive. Which means responsible business isn’t a choice – it’s a business necessity. We act as critical friends and ask the sometimes difficult questions that challenge our clients to find their place in the world and fulfill their responsibilities and ambitions.
Join us. Ask the critical questions. Learn about creating win-win-wins from a recognized, worldwide expert in the field.
This event is free, but registration is appreciated. RSVP here.
HR Halloween Happy Hour
A Special Conversation with Betsy Ziegler
Sponsored by the Ignite Lab and the Baumhart Center
November 1, 2018
5:00 - 6:00pm | Beane Hall (13th floor), Lewis Tower, WTC
Join us from 5 to 6 p.m. on November 1st for a conversation with Betsy Ziegler. Ziegler is the first female CEO of 1871, now the Number 1 ranked tech incubator in the world. Previous to 1871, Betsy was the Chief Innovation Officer at the Kellogg School of Management, responsible for portfolio innovation as well as integrating technology into the Kellogg educational experience. Prior to Kellogg, she served as a principal at McKinsey & Company, a leading management consulting firm. Alongside leading 1871, she is a member of Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago Board of Directors and an advisor and investor in many young technology companies.
The conversation with Ziegler will take in Beane Hall on the 13th floor of Lewis Towers at 111 E Pearson. The conversation will be intimate and interactive and allow you to ask questions and to share your insights.
RSVP here (optional). Contact Seth Green with any questions.
U.S./Spain Commercial Relationship
This upcoming Sunday, the Baumhart Center is hosting a special dinner for undergraduate students interested in learning more about Loyola University Chicago’s newest minor in nonprofit management. The dinner will be fun and interactive and allow you to network with professionals at Chicago-area nonprofits while enjoying a delicious meal.
We hope you can join us for this special dinner! The dinner takes place this Sunday, November 4th, from 6 to 7:15 p.m. at the Den in the Damen Center.
RSVP here. Contact Seth Green with any questions.
Ipsos Insights Workshop
Sponsored by the Quinlan School of Business Department of Marketing
November 8, 2018
4:00 - 5:15pm | SCHR 10th floor, WTC
Ipsos is coming to Quinlan! Ipsos, a global business intelligence and research firm, is all about being a "game changer" in the marketing research industry. Join Gina Champion (Quinlan Class of 2015) and Dorothy Prickett for an interactive workshop that demonstrates how transforming data into powerful insights empowers brands to make strong recommendations. Following the workshop, students will have the opportunity to network with Quinlan alumni who have also started their careers at Ipsos.
RSVP by Monday, November 5th at 5p. RSVPs are strongly encouraged but not required. For more, please click this link to RSVP.
2018 Supply Chain Career Fair
November 8 | 3:00 - 6:00pm
Schreiber Center, Wintrust Hall (9th floor), WTC
The Supply and Value Chain Center and the Traffic Club of Chicago invite you to be a part of Chicago's largest career fair dedicated solely to the supply chain field. The Supply Chain Career Fair is open to all Quinlan Majors, including undergraduate, graduate, and alumni.
Those seeking internships and full-time positions are encouraged to attend. Dress professionally and bring printed copies of your resume.
RSVP: Students RSVP on RamblerLink under the Workshops tab; search using the keyword, ‘supply’.
To submit an announcement, please visit our submission form here.
Enterprise Panel Discussion
Sponsored by Women in Business
November 1 | 5:30 - 7:00pm
Schreiber Center, Wintrust Hall (9th floor); WTC
Institutional Examen Focus Groups
Loyola’s Jesuit Catholic Mission? How well do we live up to its promise? How could we do better? Join us for one of these 90-minute focus group of 8-10 people.
Monday, November 5th – WTC, Corboy Law Center 727
4:00pm to 5:30pm, Staff/Student group
Wednesday, November 7th – LSC, Crown Center 200 West
5:00pm – 6:30pm, Student group
Monday, November 12th – LSC, Crown Center 200 West
6:00pm to 7:30pm, Student group
Wednesday, November 14th – LSC, Damen 213
5:30pm to 7:00pm, Student group
Refreshments will be provided. You will receive further details and directions after you register.
Please sign up.
Questions? Contact Jack McLean, Assistant Vice President for Student Development, email@example.com, 312-915-6233, Terry Student Center 301B, Water Tower Campus.
Illinois Student Sexual Misconduct Conference
Experiences and Insights in Business Ethics
Sponsored by Delta Sigma Pi and the Student Center for the Public Trust
November 13 | 6:00 - 7:30pm
Corboy Law Center, Kasbeer Hall (15th floor); WTC
Join Delta Sigma Pi, the Student Center for the Public Trust, and a panel of Loyola faculty representing a broad range of professional backgrounds in discussing business ethics from perspectives outside the classroom. The dresscode is casual and refreshments will be available. Hope to see you there!.
Please contact Jordan Souvigny or Arthur Chipman with any questions.
The Labre Ministry is a student-led homeless outreach ministry. Labre Ministries began at St. Ignatius High School in Cleveland in 2002. It has since expanded to several universities and high schools in the United States. In 2007, alumni of St. Ignatius High school who were then Loyola students, began Labre Ministry at the WTC.
Students form relationships with the homeless of downtown Chicago, providing both food and friendship. Labre's main focus is solidarity, rather than charity, focusing on the relationships created than on the act of providing food itself. By building relationships, Loyola students choose to stand in solidarity with God’s people and affirm the human dignity of all.
Contact Grace Girardot with questions or for more information.
Join a CLC!
CLCs (Christian Life Community) are small faith sharing groups for students led by students.
Each group is made up of 6-10 students who are led by an
upperclassmen. Groups meet weekly to hang-out, reflect, and pray
Consider joining a CLC group this semester! New Water Tower CLCs
starting this year. Visit luc.edu/clc to learn more or contact Grace
Girardot in WTC Ministry at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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