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You're Invited! Dialogue Days Panel Discussions: Career Advancement | Ethics & Your Career | Social Media

Contributed by: Tamara Estep
Published: Monday, 17 February 2014 6:00 PM
2014 Miller College Dialogue Days
February 19 and 20


Ball State business alumni are talking and they’ll let you listen in.
Successful alumni are returning to campus to discuss their professional experiences during Dialogue Days February 19 and 20. Look for alumni to visit many business classes. Be ready to network and ask questions!

In addition to hosting speakers in more than 100 business classes during Dialogue Days, three panel discussions are scheduled and open to all students in the university. Come and listen in as topics that are important for your personal and professional success are discussed.
(Credit toward the Miller College Advanced Professionalism Certificate and proof of attendance will be available.)

Miller College of Business Dialogue Days Events

Climbing the Corporate Ladder: Tips, Tools, and Tricks You Can Bet On!
2:00 p.m., Wednesday, February 19, Whitinger Building room 153

Resisting Temptations: What it Means for Your Future Career
3:00 p.m., Wednesday, February 19, Whitinger Building, room 300

Think You Know Social? — Learn How Social Media is Changing Marketing Strategy
3:30 p.m., Thursday, February 20, Whitinger Building, room 144

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Climbing the Corporate Ladder: Tips, Tools, and Tricks You Can Bet On!
2:00 p.m., Wednesday, February 19
Whitinger Building room 153

Panelists:
· Nora A. Bammann, SPHR, Manager, Human Resources, The Kroger Co., - Central Division
· Kim Ellington, Senior Vice President and Director of Human Resources, First Merchants Bank

Moderated by Jim McAtee, M.B.A., C.D.F, Director, Career Center, Ball State University

Resisting Temptations: What it Means for Your Future Career
3:00 p.m., Wednesday, February 19
Whitinger Building, room 300

Panelists:

· Michael Haley, President and Chief Executive Officer, IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital
· Renae Conley, Retired Executive Vice President, Human Resources and Administration and
Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer, Entergy Corporation, New Orleans, Louisiana

Moderated by Susan Clark Muntean, Assistant Professor of Management


Think You Know Social? — Learn How Social Media is Changing Marketing Strategy
3:30 p.m., Thursday, February 20
Whitinger Building, room 144

Panelists:
· Jeffrey Cohen, Distinguished Lecturer in Social Media and Marketing Analytics, Ball State
· Chris Ulm, Director of Marketing and Promotions, Ball State Athletics
· Jenny Yarbrough, Vice President, Marketing, CFMP, MutualBank

Moderated by Scott Inks, Director, H.H. Gregg Center for Professional Selling

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