Registration Edition / February 2010
Monday - Thursday,
9:00am - 4:00pm,
Center for Career and
Calling, 2nd Floor, SUB, 281.2485 Career
counselors’ doors are open! Use these 15 minute
appointments to attack your résumé and enhance your job
Tuesday, February 23
Careers in Government,
1:50pm, Demaray Hall 261
job and internship opportunities for any major -
thousands will be hired, despite the tight economy.
50 minutes of invaluable information - OK to bring your
Dolan and Ashley Johns, Dept of Veterans Affairs
Administration for Children and Families
Tuesday, March 2
Pre-Law Study Break! Take a break
from your studies and join us for a relaxing hour! We
will provide refreshments and food. 6:00
in the Collegium.
Wednesday, March 3
& Internship Fair, 11:30-2:30pm, Upper
Gwinn Commons. Meet employers here!
Thursday, March 4
Donuts with the Dean.
Our last AUSBE sponsored
chance to meet with the dean this quarter, 9:30-10:30
a.m. in the McKenna Conference Room.
Wednesday, April 21
Social Venture Plan
Competition - Showcase Round;
2:00-6:30 in Martin Square
and Weter Hall
Monday, April 26
Majors Dessert; 7:00-9:00pm at the Fine
, First Free Methodist Church
/ China in Autumn 2010:
Consider this your invitation to one of our
upcoming information meetings for the China Study Abroad trip
► Wednesday, February 24th,
9:30 a.m. and 3:00 p.m, McKenna Conference Room.
and Poznanska will be the SBE faculty leading the
trip this year. Dr. Doug Downing continues as the SPUBA
(Seattle Pacific University Business Abroad) faculty coordinator.
Please contact him at
with your SPUBA questions.
Advising and Registration
SBE Minors Take Note
Business Administration, Economics, and
Entrepreneurship minors must email Elizabeth Gordon (email@example.com)
as soon as possible, to request that major restrictions be
lifted from any upper division courses they plan on taking for
Not Admitted Yet?
Upper division Business Administration,
Economics, and Accounting courses are restricted to SBE Majors
only. If you would like to register for one of those courses,
you’ll need to email Elizabeth Gordon (firstname.lastname@example.org)
with that request and include your student ID number. She will
calculate your cumulative and SBE GPAs to make sure you are on
track for admission (2.85 or better). If you meet the minimum,
she will allow you to register for them.
1123 or Approved Spreadsheet Waiver Still a Requirement for all
Many SBE intended majors continue to
overlook the SBE Spreadsheet Competency requirement. There
are many ways to satisfy this requirement, but students who are
otherwise ready to register for MAT 2700 Statistics for
Business and Economics or ACCT 2362 Managerial
Economics will be prevented from registering until this
"competency requirement" is satisfied.
See the full policy here. Most students satisfy
this requirement by completing the 1-credit CSC 1123
Spreadsheets course. Eight sections of CSC 1123 were
scheduled in 2009-10 and two of these sections are available
Spring 2010 1-credit BUS
3950 Sections: Instructors, Weekend Dates, and Topics
BUS 3950: Spirituality and Business
6:00 PM-9:00 PM
9:00 AM-4:00 PM
6:00 PM-9:00 PM
9:00 AM-4:00 PM
“Having, Losing and Gaining”
The Associated Undergraduate Students of Business and Economics
In honor of the late
Dr. Lisa Klein Surdyk, AUSBE is hosting a fundraiser to
support her family. AUSBE is collecting donations to go towards
gift certificates to restaurants, movies, and other family
activities. If you would like to contribute to this cause, there
is a collection being taken at the SBE front desk (2nd floor,
McKenna Hall) and at all AUSBE events. With your help we
can reach our goal of $200 to help them through this difficult
time. Thank you for your continued prayers for her family!
Our next Donuts with the Dean,
Thursday, March 4th, from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. in the McKenna
Conference Room. Join Dean Van Duzer for donuts and
Week = Cookie week. Come take a break between
finals to enjoy light refreshments - McKenna 2nd Floor Lobby
Feel free to
contact any of the AUSBE officers if you have suggestions,
comments, questions, topics for Donuts with the Dean, etc.,
as we are here to serve you!
Look for many
exciting events coming Spring quarter!
Center for Applied Learning
Social Venture Plan Competition
Students from a variety of majors have been
coming together to develop the idea that a sustainable business
can have a social cause and be profitable! Participants for the
past four years have challenged the way we do business through
participating in the Social Venture Plan Competition. This year
we will not only have participants from SPU but also from other
universities. If you have been wondering if you should get
involved, now is the time to get off the fence. Contact Dr. Don
Summers for more information at
have until March 17 to turn in your written project! Also,
if you have not turned in your Intent to Participate
form, then please contact Dr. Summers now. Full details
about the SVPC are
If your schedule will not allow you to
participate, that's OK! Support your fellow students by
following their journey on the
And read what the
Queen Anne & Magnolia News reported about our SVPC!
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