HBA2 Action Day - Junior Achievement by chenboying

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									                                                                    March 7, 2010




                   IVEY NEWSLETTER
In chronological order:

      PRESIDENTIAL NOTES
      HBAA MEETING
      HBAA SPRING ELECTIONS
      HEAD GURU APPLICATION
      HBAA COUNCILLOR APPLICATION
      GRAD GIFT
      HBA2 ACTION DAY – JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT
      SOCIAL INNOVATION @ IVEY
      CBC’S DRAGONS’ DEN IN LONDON
      NHH GRADUATE SUMMER SCHOOL 2010
      SPLASH BASH




Presidential Notes
Congratulations to the incoming HBAA President, Marino Felice. A warm thank you
to Jeff Lindquist and Tang Tang for running excellent campaigns. Looking forward
to VP Elections this week!




HBAA Meeting
The next HBAA Meeting will be held this Tuesday, March 16th, 2010 at 1pm in Rm
1B02. All HBAA members are welcome to attend.
HBAA Spring Elections
The HBAA Vice-Presidential Campaign will be starting this Monday. Be on the look
out to hear all about the Vice-Presidential Nominees platform so you are well
informed before casting your vote! Speeches and voting will take place this
Thursday, March 11th 2010. More information to follow.

The HBAA Vice-Presidential Nominees are......

VP Academics
- Brendan Stevens
- Andrew Kaye

VP Communications
- Sandra Janus
- Christina Pan

VP University Affairs
- Andrew Rowland
- Jennifer Gautier

Best of luck to all the candidates!

Best,

Rani

--
Rani Suleman- HBA Candidate 2010
CIDA and OCIC 2010 Youth Acting UP! Award Recipient
Herbert H. Carnegie Future Aces Foundation Scholarship and Citizenship Award
Recipient
Chief Returning Officer- Ivey HBA Association
Richard Ivey School of Business (UWO)
Email: LSuleman.HBA2010@Ivey.Ca




Head Guru Application
 From Phil Gene Head Guru 2010
>
> Dear friends
>
> Attached is the application for the Head Guru position of the 2011
> Orientation Program. This role and this program is an opportunity to
> fundamentally shape the HBA experience for your incoming class of
> peers. If you are interested please fill out the application and email
> it to myself (pgene.hba2010@ivey.ca) and Andrew Shopsowitz
(ashopsowitz@gmail.com
> ) before 11:59PM March 13th. If you have any questions please feel
> free to contact me.




HBAA Councillor Application
Are you an HBA student next year? Do you want to represent your peers for
decisions that affect the entire campus?

The HBAA Councillor is a perfect way to get involved with both the HBAA and the
USC. Appointed individuals will be representing the HBAA for the 2010/2011
academic year.

Application deadline is this THURSDAY at 5PM to Richard Wong, VP University
Affairs (rwong.hba2010@ivey.ca). If successful, you will be required to sit in on the
Annual General Meeting II taking place Saturday, March 13th starting at 9am, where
you will vote for the incoming VPs of the University Students' Council.

For more information, please email Richard Wong.

Application and promotion is attached.




Grad Gift
Hi HBAs,
         We recently sent out a survey with the choices for our grad gift. We
received 60 responses and appreciate the input we gathered. However, we would
like to receive some additional feedback from you. For those of you who don’t
know, the Graduating Class Gift Program is a student-led initiative that began in
2001 as a way for students to leave a lasting legacy at Ivey and give something back
to the School and future HBAs. It started as a student aid scholarship endowment
awarded by each class, and has evolved to funding many projects, including
furniture, plasma screen televisions, conferencing equipment, room upgrades and
lockers.
         Option 1: Our results indicated that many of you would be willing to
contribute to the new building. There have been many ideas that will enhance the
new building. However, because the interior of the building is in its planning stages,
Ivey cannot guarantee that a specific idea, such as a games room, will be
implemented. Instead, Ivey would create a holding account for any money collected
in the Grad Gift Campaign. Once the building was in its final stages, the School
would work with our class to determine the best use of the funds.
         Option 2: Contribute the funds to a scholarship opportunity for future
students. This scholarship could be for casebooks, or it could be added to the
current HBA IPO Award Endowment.
         Option 3: Fund the Ivey Ring Ceremony. This would support all costs of a
future Ring Ceremony. Our class would be recognized at the event and, as alumni,
we would have the opportunity to attend the event as volunteers/witnesses.
 We would love your feedback or opinions! Please email Ashley Kennedy
(AKennedyHBA2010@ivey).

Ashley Kennedy
HBA Candidate 2010
Richard Ivey School of Business
London, Ontario
E-mail: AKennedy.HBA2010@ivey.ca
Phone: (519) 319-6907




HBA2 Action Day - Junior Achievement
HBA2's

On March 26th, 2010 IveyConnects will be running a Junior Achievement Day. This
is a great opportunity to give back to the community with the Junior Achievement
Economics for Success program. In teams of 2, you go into grade 8 classes in the
London community and spend the day teaching the basics on economics, finances
& the job market and opportunities beyond high school. Please be aware that the
commitment is for the 'school' day (likely 9am-3:30pm) on March 26th and a 1.5hr
training session beforehand.
If you are interested please go onto www.jalondon.org and complete the volunteer
registration form on the volunteer page. Put March 26th (Ivey) in the comment
section along with your partners name. For the position title put economics for
success volunteer. Each team member should fill out a form by March 10th.

Attached is a poster for extra information. If you have any questions
email AQuan.HBA2010@ivey.ca.




Social Innovation @Ivey
Social Innovation @ Ivey      Venue: 2R23
Date: March 24, 2010
Time: 1 – 6 pm              The Centre for Building Sustainable Value and Ivey
Connects will co-host the first Social Innovation @ Ivey forum on Wednesday March
24, 2010. Led by Professor Oana Branzei and organized by Ivey PhD Candidate
Marlene Le Ber, the event engages difference makers across Ivey’s programs. The
forum offers a range of interactions, including a ‘firing-up’ introduction, a ‘brutally-
honest’ Q&A panel, and five parallel workshops on Social Finance, Social
Movements, Social Markets, Social Operations and Social Innovation. Dialogue with
positive change agents and learn how to champion, create and evolve your own for-
profit and non-profit ventures. Please register by March 12th – details in poster and
online.

To see the agenda, meet our guests or check who’s involved at Ivey, please visit:
http://www.ivey.uwo.ca/centres/building/outreach/


Thanks!


Katie Keri
Centre for Building Sustainable Value
The Richard Ivey School of Business
www.ivey.uwo.ca/centres/building/
Email: kkeri@ivey.uwoca
CBC’s DRAGONS’ DEN in London
Friends,

CBC’s DRAGONS’ DEN production team will be in London scouting for Season Six on
March 9. Open auditions take place March 9 from 11:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. at Western
(Room 1139 in the Faculty of Education Althouse Building, 1137 Western Road).

Anything you can do to help get the word out would be appreciated. See attached
for details.

Thank you.

Marcia


Marcia Steyaert
Community Relations Specialist
Department of Communications & Public Affairs
The University of Western Ontario
Suite 360, Westminster Hall
London, Ontario
CANADA N6A 3K7
Ph: 519-661-2111 ext. 85467
Fax: 519-661-3921
steyaert@uwo.ca
www.uwo.ca




NHH Graduate Summer School 2010
NHH Graduate Summer School 2010: Natural resource management - The
Norwegian model

Important information
All necessary information, including the application procedure, can be found in on
the NHH website: http://nhh.no/en/study-at-nhh/graduate-summer-school.aspx
The duration of the course will be two and a half week and it will be held in Bergen,
Norway from 18th of June to 4th July 2010
The application deadline is set to 1st May 2010. Application forms are available
online and supporting documents should be sent to:int.stud@nhh.no. Applications
received after this deadline will also be considered, given that there are spots left
Students must be nominated by their home institution before they apply. Students
without a formal nomination may also apply and will be admitted upon space
availability
There is no application, admission or tuition fee
Housing is guaranteed at Hatleberg Student Residence
The course load is 7,5 ECTS

About the course
Norway is abundantly endowed with natural resources and the utilization of its
resource base has strongly influenced the industrial structure, foreign trade,
economic development and welfare of the country. The country has not suffered
many of the curses that plague other resource-rich countries, such as corruption or
the “Dutch disease”. Norway has consistently been ranked by the UN as the best
country in the world to live in, and the World Economic Forum has ranked Norway
as one of the top 20 most competitive countries globally.

The summer course will undertake an economic analysis and evaluation of the
resource management and policy regimes developed by a natural resource-rich
country like Norway. Students from around the world will be brought together to
find out more about how the world’s third largest oil exporter avoided the resource
curse.

Cooperation with the business community - excursions
The summer course will be delivered by NHH faculty along with guest lecturers
from other academic institutions and the business community. The programme has
been developed and organised in partnership with a range of companies active in
the industries examined in the course, and company visits and case studies form a
major part of the course schedule.

The NHH Graduate Summer School has been evaluated by former students taking
the course, and this feedback has all over been very positive.

Further contact
Svein Olav Svoldal, International Relations Assistant
E-mail: svein.svoldal@nhh.no
Phone: +47 55 95 93 66
Fax: +47 55 95 97 47
Splash Bash
Splash Bash in an event held annually in London attended by 1000-1300 people! It
all started in London over 20 years ago and the party is now held at schools across
Canada and the United States each year. The way the party works is as follows:
along with a ticket, people attending the event receive a 'Splash Bash' t-shirt, which
is worn on the night of the party. At the event, thousands of bottles of paint and
water are brought out generating wild mayhem involving people soaking one
another. Shirts are kept by most party-goers as as a souvenir and memento from the
party!

This year, Splash Bash will take place at the Music Hall Entertainment Complex (185
Queens Ave.) on March 20th. Always wanting to provide students with fun and
unique events outside of the classroom, the HBAA is supporting the event this year.
The VP of Events in each section will be selling shirts to the party. Since a lot of time,
effort and money goes into the party, tickets for the event will cost $20. However,
along with entry to the party, those who buy tickets will gain access to certain
promotions including 40% off breakfast at Smitty's, discounts at Side Street Salon,
and 50% off a tan at Tahiti Breeze or Tantrum!

This party is a night to remember and certainly one that you do not want to miss!
Tickets/T-shirts will go on sale Tuesday!

								
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