Be sure to have the skills you need to utilize excel for your next job or internship! This excel training series includes three consecutive sessions that will get you prepared for the professional setting. In fact, Susan Schroeder, Co-Founder of Vivent Consulting is facilitating Excel III. Register for each of the three sessions by JOINING the EVENT on HANDSHAKE. Excel I: Learning the Basics Excel II: Working with Data Excel III: Creating Business & Data Presentations using Excel and PowerPoint
The PQRC will be closed in honor of the festival of science, scholarship, and creativity. Enjoy the festivals!
The PQRC will be closed Friday April 29th in honor of the Festival of Sciences and Scholarship.
The PQRC will hold two poster workshops in preparation for the Festival of Science. One on Thursday April 14th and the other Wednesday April 20th, both of these workshops will be from 7-9pm in Valentine 124.
Interested in learning the fundamentals in Excel through a business lens?
Come join Susan Schroeder, MBA, CECP, partner and co-founder of Vivient Consulting to learn about Excel from a business perspective!
Sunday, April 10
Please RSVP to reserve your spot. Bring laptop in case all computers are taken.
Come learn how to create a conference poster through the use of Microsoft PowerPoint
Join us for our annual celebration of Pi Day! There will be lots of pi as well as prizes! More information can be found here.
Speaker: Professor Robin Lock, Burry Professor of Statistics
Title: CHODR – A Statistical Model to Rate College Hockey Teams and Predict Game Outcomes
If you are considering any type of health career, we have some exciting news about a program you might be interested in. In the Fall of 2016, SLU students will again have the opportunity to get involved with the Health Coaches program through Canton-Potsdam Hospital. If you are considering a health career that involves patient contact as part of the application process, the time spent as a Health Coach will obviously help you fulfill that application requirement. For more information, please attend this meeting.
Speaker: Bailey O’Keeffe
Title: Oscars Study Examines Lack of Female Representation in Best Picture Nominated Films