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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 | Graduate & MBA

“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

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Exciting updates from Argyros School Career Services

August 31, 2015 by Gene Rhee | Undergraduates

Everybody wants to get their “foot in the door.” From students to experienced professionals, we all want the best chance at “landing the job.” The thing is, you never know when that moment will come. Are you ready – right now – to take advantage of it? With this in mind, Argyros School Career

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Argyros School Seniors: Celebrate with us on May 14

April 20, 2015 by | Events

It is that time of the year again! The academic year is coming to a close for Chapman University students, and for the seniors of Argyros School of Business and Economics, the future is bright. The Argyros School is hosting the third annual last call  celebration for the graduating Class of 2015. This event is

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Spelling student-athlete: NASDAQ

October 17, 2014 by | Undergraduates

Like 99.9 percent of Panther student-athletes, Taylor Carter ‘s playing career won’t reach beyond the Chapman University gridiron. But his football experiences have laid the foundation for a career that will be equally competitive and rewarding. Carter spent the summer before his senior year in the heart of Wall Street working a

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A Walk Down Wall Street with Professor Burnham

October 3, 2014 by | Travel Courses

New York has been characterized as the financial capital of the world, which is no surprise. Wall Street continues to be the global hub for market traders and is home to some of the biggest financial firms of the world. Professor Terry Burnham, Associate Professor with the Argyros School of Business and Economics, is planning to

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Transfer Student Natalie Matar ’15 Takes a Leap of Faith, Lands a Full-Time Job

September 2, 2014 by | Undergraduates

One semester after Natalie Matar transferred to Chapman University, she made the decision to add a second major (accounting) to her business administration degree. That decision, coupled with the goal to pursue a career in public accounting, brought her into the Argyros School’s Career Services office for assistance. From that first appointment, Natalie learned about