MBA Informational Session Aimed At Increasing Minority Interest

UC's MBA program will be part of a special informational event Tuesday night at the Urban League of Greater Cincinnati aimed at increasing the number of minority candidates interested in pursuing MBA degrees.

"Obtaining Your MBA: A Necessity in Today's Competitive Business Environment" runs from 6-7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 13 at the Urban League headquarters, located in Avondale at 3458 Reading Rd. Event sponsors include the MBA program from UC's College of Business, the Urban League and the National Black MBA Association.

Donna Jones Stanley, the new president/CEO of the Urban League of Cincinnati and herself an MBA degree recipient, will be among the speakers, as will Vanessa Enoch, the president of the Cincinnati chapter of the National Black MBA Association. Participating from UC will be Vickie McMullen, the director of UC's MBA program, and Valerie Robinson, associate director of admissions for the university.

The program is free and open to the public. For more information, contact UC's MBA office at 513-556-7020.

 

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