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Walsh Celebrates Library Week

Walsh Celebrates


Show Me the Money at the Library
Stop by the Walsh College Troy Library to see the colorful displays of currency from around the world:

Yugoslav Dinars           Spanish Cents           Hungarian pengös
Euro                             Malaysian sens         Turkish Liras
Obs. Ceylon rupee        Albania Leke           UAE Dihrams
Trinidad Dollar             1944 Deutschland Mark     
Walsh Faculty Book Talks             
Monday April 9,  5:00-6:00 p.m.
Barry Center Auditorium  Room 199
Dr. Sheila Ronis, Professor of Management, Director, MBA/Master of Management Programs, will discuss the book she edited: Economic Security: Neglected Dimension of National Security.
Dan Hoops, B.M.A., J. D., L. L. M., Assistant Professor, Business Law and Taxation, will talk about his encyclopedic work, Planning for Estates and Administration in Michigan.

Tuesday April 10.  6:00 – 7:00 p.m.
Barry Center Auditorium  Room 199
Guest Lecturer on the History of Money in Oakland County
Karl Mark Pall, President of the Paper Money Collectors of Michigan and the Executive Board Member of the Michigan State Numismatic Society, will tell us the stories of the wildcat banks of Oakland County and Michigan. An avid collector of Michigan history, Mr. Pall will provide a fascinating, interactive presentation on obsolete money as well as the colorful banks and bankers of Royal Oak. Participants will be able to inspect copies of money including counterfeit and spurious notes from the past.

Wednesday April 11    5:00 – 6:00
Barry Center Auditorium  Room 199
Dr. Lee Meadows, Director of the Undergrad Management Program and Professor of Management, will present the work he wrote on leadership, Take the Lull by the Horns!: Closing the Leadership Gap.
Steve Harms, J. D., Adjunct Professor, Business Law, has authored the Credit and Collections Kit for Dummies, a book covering all aspects of extending credit and collecting past due obligations.
Harry Veryser, former Chair of Economics and Finance at Walsh, now Assistant Professor of Economics and Coordinator, UDM Graduate Program in Economics at Macomb University Center, has written a new book, It Didn’t Have to be this Way: How Austrian Economics Leads to Peace and Prosperity.

No registration necessary, public is welcome to attend.

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