Here are some more items that set Saunders College of Business apart from other business schools.
The J. Warren McLure Lecture presented on May 2, 2013. Dwight Gould, CEO of Aviatech LLC, founded his company when he realized the "interactive world was a new space." The Rochester Institute of Technology alumnus ('72, business administration) discusses "From Billboards to Blogs: A Journey of Marketing Innovation". Joining Gould in the lecture are two members of the Aviatech team: Todd Juneau, president and COO, and Jason Knill, vice president of business development.[view]
Saunders College of Business new freshman sequence helps students to innovate, connect and succeed.
An overview of Saunders College of Business for undergraduate study.
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view]An overview of Saunders College of Business Executive MBA program. [
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view]52 Volunteers teach about business and economics to city schoolchildren. [
view]AACSB accreditation represents the highest standard of achevement for business schools worldwide. Being AACSB-accredited means a business school is able to continuously pass a strict set of standards that are designed to ensure quality.. [
This promotional video looks at experiential learning approaches used at Saunders College of Business. It explores the use of clients and student and client perceptions of effectiveness. [view]
The ninth biennial J. Warren McLure Lecture presented on December 6, 2007. Dr. Eugene Fram presented along with special guest commentators Michael Stone, President/CEO of BrandOrchard and Susanne Clarridge, President/CEO/Founder of My Brands, Inc. [view]
Terry Matthews, serial entrepreneur, speaks at RIT's Simone Center for Innovation [view]
Saunders students & alumni teach entrepreneurship at School of Business, Finance and Entrepreneurship at Edison.
Coverage from R News, Time Warner Cable channel 9. [view]
The grand opening of the Edison school store.
Coverage from Rochester City School District, Students First. [view]
Richard DeMartino and Sandra Rothenberg discus Social Entrepreneurship. (Video Courtesy of WXXI, Rochester) [view]