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CONNECTING YOU TO THE FRANKLIN P. PERDUE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS  MARCH 2015
 
From the Dean's Office
Ken Smith, chair of the Accounting and Legal Studies Department, shares the happenings and
upcoming events within the department.

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  Ken Smith
Catchin' Up With...Roy Geiser
Roy graduated cum laude from the Perdue School of Business in 2001 with a Bachelor of Science in accounting and management information systems. He recently earned the position of partner at TGM Group, LLC.

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  Roy Geiser
Student Spotlight: Romeo Clarke
Romeo is currently dual majoring in accounting and information systems and plans to graduate in May.

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  Romeo Clarke 
Employer Spotlight: Maryland Capital Enterprises
Maryland Capital Enterprises, a non-profit agency based in Salisbury, was founded almost 17 years ago.  MCE empowers individuals to succeed in business by giving them the tools they need to achieve their goals.

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Kelly Earns SU Perdue Leadership Award
Former SU student Brendan Kelly was honored for his vision and community giving. Brendan is the owner and CEO of Smartlink, Driven and the Chesapeake Bayhawks.

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  Kelly Leadership Award
 
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Second Successful SAP TERP10 Certification Course Offered
A group of eight students completed the course successfully to become SAP Certified Associates.
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Business LLC Students Visit Viva Espresso
Chuck and Nancy Dix, owners of Viva Espresso, not only welcomed students with a great breakfast and hospitality, Mr. Dix also shared his experience with information systems on the corporate and small business levels.
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Marketing Excellence Club Held Inaugural Speed Branding Event
After three workshop sessions, students practiced their introduction with professionals followed by a networking session.
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In the Spotlight
Faculty and Student Happenings
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A LOOK AHEAD
March 16-20
Spring Break
April 13-17
Professional Development Week