The AUM College of Business prepares diverse, ethical business leaders through an engaged educational experience paired with collaborative research and service.


Professional Development Series

Every year the College of Business places a great focus on preparing our students for the professional environment. Our Office of Student Engagement and Success hosts a professional development series focusing on topics like resume writing, networking, mock interviews, and holds an etiquette luncheon where students participate in a formal business luncheon. See the Fall 2018 schedule below and check back soon for Spring 2018 registration opportunities.

People-First Language (Tuesday, September 25)
People with disabilities are our nation’s largest and most diverse minority group. With this in mind, it’s important in the way we communicate with and about individuals with disabilities when speaking and writing. We can do this by using people-first language, a language that emphasizes individuals before their disabilities. This presentation will provide an overview of people-first language and how it can help businesses create a more inclusiveness environment. 

The Art of Constructive Feedback & Active Listening (Wednesday, November 14)
Constructive criticism is important in all of life. Learning how to give and receive constructive feedback is an essential tool in both your personal and work life. Participants will learn to apply effective listening skills as an essential communication tool. 

This Professional Development Series is proudly brought to you by our corporate partner ASE Credit Union.