Tips to Succeed
Our first quarter at the GSM is winding down. We are still the new kids in Gallagher Hall, and we sure don’t have it all figured out yet, but things are definitely falling into place.
Yesterday, Sunday, November 17, 2013, we came together as a community to celebrate Thanksgiving. This celebration is relevant this time of year – especially with business students nearing finals.
Last weekend, Net Impact hosted their annual Tahoe Retreat. I went both this year and last year, and have always had a blast. It’s a great way to relax a bit before classes get in full swing, and students get to know each other in a much more relaxed setting. Plus, it’s the first real opportunity for first and second years to meet!
Leading with Integrity
During orientation, all 225 members of the incoming classes of 2013 – Full-Time MBAs, Part-Time MBA and Master of Professional Accountancy students – signed the student-initiated ethics pledge, vowing to their peers to uphold the highest ethical and professional conduct. We commend every student for their commitment to these principles.
“I promise to complete my degree with honesty and integrity, and will continue to hold myself and my classmates to the highest standards of honor from this day forward.”
I wanted to quickly share the best piece of advice I received before I began my MBA program.
The internship at Lam Research is a really amazing experience for me. I had an opportunity to get hands on a project in the 12 weeks’ period.