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Smeal Announces Fall 2013 Slate of Events for Alumni

The Penn State Smeal College of Business has announced its schedule of events for the 2013-14 academic year, including receptions, open houses, and webinars for alumni.
August 20, 2013

The Penn State Smeal College of Business has announced its schedule of events for the 2013-14 academic year, including receptions, open houses, and webinars for alumni.

Alumni receptions will include a full slate of events in each city in addition to the reception, including activities such as information sessions, one-on-one Alumni Career Services appointments, and more.

Visit the Alumni Relations events webpage at www.smeal.psu.edu/alumni/events frequently to check for more details and to register. Also, follow Smeal on LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook, as additional events may be added throughout the semester.

Sept. 17 - Philadelphia
Alumni Networking Reception

Sept. 20 - Virtual event
Executive Insights with Eric Spiegel, CEO, Siemens Corporation

Sept. 25 - Pittsburgh
Alumni Networking Reception

Oct. 2 - Virtual Event
"Time-Saving Tips: Navigating iOS and the Best Apps"
Presented by Jamie Goddard '98 Chemistry

Oct. 11 - University Park
Alumni Career Services Open House

Oct. 22 - Washington, D.C.
Alumni Networking Reception

Oct. 23 - New York City
Alumni Networking Reception

Oct. 30 - Virtual event
"Dean's Update"
Webinar with Dean Charles Whiteman

November - Boston (Date TBD)
Alumni Networking Reception

Nov. 13 - Virtual event
"Leveraging 'We Are': Network Your Way to Success"
Presented by Cindy Cornell '90 Accounting

Nov. 13 - Philadelphia
Women's Leadership Forum

Nov. 15 - University Park
Impact Smeal Day

Nov. 20 - Harrisburg
Alumni Networking Reception

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