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Press Release: College of Business Administration Exposed


Press Release

The Student Government Council at the Modesto A. Maidique Campus (SGC-MMC) at Florida International University (FIU) presents “College of Business Administration Exposed.”

Miami, Florida (6 September 2010)—SGC-MMC Speaker Pro Tempore and College of Business Senator Hector Mujica will facilitate, in conjunction with the College of Business Administration, Google, and Chick-fil-A, ‘College of Business Administration Exposed.’

This town hall styled forum will provide SGC-MMC, as well as the College of Business Administration, the opportunity to engage both undergraduate and graduate business students.

The forum, scheduled to take place on the 14th of September 2010 at 6pm in College of Business Complex, Special Events Room 232, will provide students the opportunity to meet and question College of Business Senator Mujica, the College’s Administration and Staff, to seek advisement as it pertains to course selection and graduation requirements, and learn more about the business oriented student organizations and internship opportunities with Google. The forum will also feature giveaways, and catering by Chick-fil-a.

“Senator Mujica’s efforts” exclaim SGC-MMC President and University Trustee Helena Ramirez “is a prime and early example, and further, the paradigm of the types of activities and events that SGC-MMC will facilitate throughout the academic school year to engage the student body.”  “As a former Senator,” continues President Ramirez “I am impressed with the caliber of dedication that the Senate has demonstrated very early on in representing their respective constituencies.”

The forum comes on the heels of the unanimous passage of Senate Resolution 1040 during a Senate session on the 30th of August, a bill authored by Senator Mujica ‘In Support of Additional Resources for the College of Business Administration.’ The resolution calls upon the university’s senior administration to commit resources to the College of Business for the continued development and advancement of both undergraduate and graduate business students.

“The outcome of elections in the spring of 2010” mentions Senator Mujica, “afforded me the opportunity to represent my fellow students at the College of Business Administration. As Business Senator, it is my responsibility to not only be aware of the concerns of my constituency, but to take whatever steps I am empowered with by the SGA Constitution and the SGC-MMC Statutes to alleviate such concerns.”

“Senate Resolution 1040” continues Senator Mujica, “is a prime example of how legislation can succinctly and collectively give ideas form, substance and structure. The forum to be held on the 14th is a prime example of how the form, substance and structure provided by Senate Resolution 1040 acts as the foundation upon which to execute ideas, consequently affording student government the opportunity to engage the student body.”

‘College of Business Administration Exposed is scheduled to take place on the 14th of September 2010 at 6pm in CBC 232. For more details, please contact Senator Hector Mujica at hmuji001@fiu.edu. SGC-MMC hopes to see you there!

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