Activities & Events
Innovations in Technology: Creating Opportunities for Businesses
The changing landscape in technology impacts business, creates new demands in classrooms, and new job opportunities. A panel discussion led by Ric Franzi, of Critical Mass Radio, will explore how the forces of changing technology affect the College of Business Administration (CBA) community. We will hear from executives and an educator in the front lines of technological change as they share their stories.
Mo Davoudian, CEO/Creative Director - Brain Zoo Studios
John Nardella - Red Gate Software, Inc.
Sophie Lee, Chair, IS Department - College of Business Administration, CSULB
Dylan Watkins, Founder - OCVR
Whether you are a current student, an alum, or a friend of the CBA, please join us and hear new ideas, ask questions and be part of this evolving business environment. This is a free event. Refreshments will be served.
Wednesday, April 8 2015 at 5:30pm
RSVP by April 5
“Why Employee Engagement is Worth Your Time and Money?”
CBA Alumni and Friends partnered with Critical Mass Radio to host an engaging panel event at The Pointe on November 20, 2014. With Richard Franzi as moderator, panelists Kevin Cape (Director of Corporate Soul, Jetsuite), Nellie Fox (Region 200 Campus Manager, Target), Todd Scherwin (Regional Managing Partner, Fisher & Philips), and Dana Sumpter (Assistant Professor, Department of Management and Human Resources Management) discussed and answered questions about the importance of employee engagement. Over 100 alumni, students, and community members attended the event.
CBA Alumni & Friends Network Hosted Employee Engagement Panel at The Pointe