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Fall Outlook

William Schlich, Partner, Global Banking & Capital Markets Sector Leader, Ernst & Young LLP

William Schlich, Partner, Global Banking & Capital Markets Sector Leader, Ernst & Young LLPTuesday, September 24, 2013
2:00 pm International Hall
Followed by a reception in the World Court.
This event is free and open to the public.

Spring Events

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Brandeis IBS Chapter of NABE

The Brandeis IBS Student chapter of the National Association of Business Economists (NAME) and The Rosenberg Institute are highly involved in promoting the ideals of both organizations to the students of Brandeis IBS. The Institutes involvement in facilitating the lunch speaker series and support of the first annual Crisis Game has been integral to creating one of the most successful clubs on campus.

Brandeis NABE Members meet with George Soros at the 2012 Annual Meeting


Rosenberg Summer Research Grant

The Rosenberg Research Grant provides summer funding to support independent research. All Brandeis IBS master’s programs (MA, MBA, MSF) students are eligible to apply, regardless of financial need. Teams may also apply. Research proposals should address a global issue in economics, finance, or business; and the area of research should be applicable to your career goals. Award amounts will vary, with a maximum individual award of $5,000.

Recipients’ contributions to the Brandeis IBS community might include the following [some of which may count toward your Curricular Practical Training (CPT) deliverable]:

  • Writing an article for the Brandeis IBS website describing your summer research
  • Speaking to students about your experience at a Career Services-related event such as an Internship Fair
  • Presenting your research in a research Poster session  

The Rosenberg Institute for Global Finance expects recipients of the Rosenberg Research Grant to further its mission to educate the Brandeis IBS community. As part of this expectation, each recipient takes on certain obligations by accepting funding. By fulfilling these responsibilities, award recipients help sustain and improve the award program’s legacy by enriching the Brandeis IBS community’s understanding of economic research.