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Penn State Smeal MBA Community to Gather Globally on June 12

Penn State Smeal MBA alumni, current and incoming students are invited to gather at various locations around the world for the inaugural Global Lion Gathering, to be held on Thursday, June 12, at 6:30 p.m. local time.
May 30, 2014

Penn State Smeal MBA alumni, current and incoming students are invited to gather at various locations around the world for the inaugural Global Lion Gathering, to be held on Thursday, June 12, at 6:30 p.m. local time.

Visit the MBA Admissions blog for a full list of locations.

“We want to encourage our MBA students and alumni to be a community wherever they go, so this is a great opportunity to connect around the globe.”

No RSVPs are necessary. Attendees are encouraged to wear their Penn State gear and post any photos of the event to the Penn State Smeal MBA Facebook or Twitter pages.

“This event is intended to honor the Penn State Smeal MBA tradition of Thursday night socials and to welcome interns and graduates to new cities,” said Carrie Marcinkevage, managing director for the program. “We want to encourage our MBA students and alumni to be a community wherever they go, so this is a great opportunity to connect around the globe.”

To view a full list of locations, visit the MBA Admissions blog, and email Student Services Director Erik Orient at erikorient@psu.edu to add or change a location.

About the Penn State Smeal MBA Program
The internationally ranked residential Penn State Smeal MBA Program positions students from around the world for their future careers. The two-year program, based on the University Park campus, begins with a focus on business fundamentals. Through summer internships with top companies and concentration opportunities in areas such as finance, marketing, and supply chain management, students then personalize their Smeal MBA experiences to align with their career aspirations. Learn more at www.smeal.psu.edu/mba.

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