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Distinguished Speaker Series

  

20th Anniversary Speaker Series Join us in celebration of 20 Years as the Argyros School by attending one of these speaker events

September 27, 2018 by | Argyros School News

The Chapman University School of Business was founded in 1974, but in 1999 we officially became the George L. Argyros School of Business and Economics thanks to a transformational gift made by the Honorable George L. Argyros ’59. His generosity set in motion a new era of growth and achievement in business education. In recognition

Fall Distinguished Speaker Series Featuring Joel Stern

November 17, 2017 by | Argyros School News

Joel Stern is the Chairman and CEO of Stern Value Management, he is a pioneer and leading advocate of the concept of managing for shareholder value. In addition, he has authored several books including The EVA Challenge and has published more than 150 articles and papers in financial economics. A dynamic and entertaining speaker, Stern

Business pioneer, students, and thought leaders meet at the Argyros School table Michael Schulman, Anaheim Ducks CEO, draws large attendance at Spring 2017 Distinguished Speaker Series

March 23, 2017 by | Argyros School News

“Sports leaders are faced with an atmosphere that is very competitive, fluid, spontaneous and involves a tremendous amount of press,” says Michael Schulman*, CEO of the Anaheim Ducks Hockey Club and the chairman of the Board of Anaheim Arena Management (AAM). Earlier this month, the Argyros School of Business and Economics hosted the annual Distinguished Speaker

Distinguished Speaker Series with Eric Brandt The Argyros School community learns about his experience with managing Broadcom’s financial, information technology, and corporate services organization.

December 2, 2015 by | Events

As a senior at Chapman University, I like to take full advantage of all the opportunities that the school provides its students. I had heard about the Distinguished Speaker Series dinners and events before, but never seemed to be able to make it to one. The Argyros School of Business and Economics invites top-level executives