Good Morning Goodman continues this week with hosts Susan LeBlanc and Amanda Malkiewich congratulating a series of students on their recent competition wins.
Economics student Mohannad Abu-Saleh took first place in Brock Finance and Investment Group’s Investment Challenge for Charity where he grew his portfolio to 109 per cent during the past six weeks on the online simulation.
Goodman students Besma Matar, Xueli Quin and Syed Shahriar took home first place in Brock Marketing Association’s PepsiCo Apprentice Challenge last week and a team of Goodman students won third place in the Brock University Accounting Conference held during the weekend.
Students interested in human resource management are encouraged to apply by Friday, Dec. 2 to be a competing delegate at the HR 101 case competition hosted on campus by the Goodman Human Resource Management Association. More details are on CareerZone.
Produced by the Goodman Marketing, Communications and Alumni Relations team, this is the latest in the Good Morning Goodman series which updates the Goodman School of Business community weekly on important news and events.
0:29 – BFIG Investment Challenge for Charity winner Mohannad Abu-Saleh
1:22 – PepsiCo Apprentice Challenge winners Besma Matar, Xueli Quin and Syed Shahriar
2:07 – Brock University Accounting Conference winners, participants and organizers
2:45 – NEXTNiagara “How to be the Youngest Person at the Board Table” workshop
3:32 – HR 101 Case Competition
4:00 – Goodman Graduate Business Council Buddy Program
4:34 – CPA Ontario information session
5:08 – Alumni shout out
5:41 – Construction update
6:05 – Taro Hall renderings
6:23 – Time capsule news