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Jan 26 2015
Congrats New Alums

By: Jessica Knapik Category Alumni

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This past Saturday was Walsh's 104th Commencement ceremony. Working in two of the busiest rooms for the event (Graduate check-in and Chapel) I get a chance to see our newest alumni before the ceremony. It is truly the heartbeat of the day. You can feel the buzz, excitement, and sometimes the nervousness in the air. It is a flurry of activity.

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Jan 12 2015
Future in Accounting

By: Mari Pionk Category Student Life

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The winter semester is here, and there seems to be something missing. The normal hustle and bustle of campus life is still present, but there are some familiar faces that are nowhere to be found. Perhaps some of those missing faces are students who will be walking across stage in a matter of week at commencement, or it might be that internships have started for a large majority of our accounting students.

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Jan 12 2015
Readers' Choice 2014

By: Barb Koch Category Library

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Learn what business books made a readers' choice list of the best of 2014.

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Jan 5 2015
Applauding Alumni: Ivgen Guner, MSA '84

By: Duc Abrahamson Category Alumni

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Ivgen graduated from Walsh College with a Master of Science in Accounting in 1984. Upon graduation, she accepted a position with Unisys Corporation. Later she was recruited by Oracle Corporation in California. Her current title is senior vice president, Global Business Finance.

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Jan 5 2015
January 1: Resolutions

By: Jessica Knapik Category Business Advice

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“Five, four, three, two, one… Happy New Year!” As I reflect on 2014, it was a good year. Lots of trips: Holland (Michigan) to see the tulips, the UP (Pictured Rocks, White Fish Point), Grand Rapids for ArtPrize, Nashville, Mammoth Caves, and Austin/San Antonio. The highlight for the year was when I was selected as an honoree for dBusiness "30 in their Thirties." The 2014 holiday season for many of us was a whirlwind. The family gatherings are now done. We are all stuffed, shopped a little too much, and have made our toasts. Final part of the holidays we all talk about: New Year's resolutions. Are New Year's resolutions made to be broken? Not the way I look at it.

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