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Episode 15 Networking

Episode 15 Networking

2022-11-0546:25

Dean Kutcher invites student guest Kaitlyn Wong, alumni guest Casey Harris, and faculty guest Iram Khan onto the show to discuss the importance of networking.  
Dean Eugene Kutcher sits down with current Rider student Ryan Marut, alumni guest Kaitlyn Marut and Professor Tom O'Connor to discuss the changing landscape of business as companies and employees are faced with the decision to work in the office, from home or in a hybrid situation.  
Dean Gene Kutcher brings back some of the best guests from season 1 to give advice to incoming and current Rider students.  
Eugene Kutcher sits down with a student, faculty and alumni guest to discuss the importance of organization psychology research.
Dean Gene Kutcher sits down with senior Accounting major Melissa Palladino ‘22, Rider business alum and company recruiter Christina Leib ‘18, and HR Management adjunct professor Apryl Roach to get different perspectives and advice on the Job Search process.
The real story about Supply chain disruptions from covid isn't just about toilet paper or cars. Dean Gene Kutcher sits down with current student Chahana Das '22 (Global Supply Chain Mgmt/Business Analytics), alum Jesse Ligouri '20 (Amazon Logistics) and faculty member Robert D'Avanzo (co-director Global Supply Chain Mgmt Program and retired Accenture executive) to discuss the today's headlines about covid-related supply chain disruptions
In this month's episode of Off the Clock, Dean Gene Kutcher is sitting down with his three guests - student guest Sleyker Tarifa '22 (Accounting), alumni guest Julie Veloz '03 (VP, global Diversity Intelligence & Strategy at Interpublic Group), and faculty guest Dr. Evelyn McDowell (Accounting Dept Chair) - about the importance of role models and representation as part of healthy DEI cultures in higher education and the workplace.
In this month's episode of Off The Clock, Dean Gene Kutcher is sitting down with his three guests, Sabrina Rom the Student guest, Brianna Kuhl the Alum guest, and Dr. Cindy Newman the Faculty guest, about the opportunities in the Norm Brodsky College of Business to study abroad, as well as the importance of international studies in the growing global business world. Also in the episode, there are two short bonus conversations with Jim Bush, an active alumni in the Rider community, and Kimberly Algeo, the director of International Studies at Rider University. Join Dean Gene for enlightening conversations and an exciting and fun Game - Time Segment.
Dean Gene Kutcher discusses the value for Business Broncs of involvement with student clubs & orgs with current Marketing major Kathryn Salguero '22, alum Timothy Schuster '11 (Accounting), and Dr. Lisa Rufer (Sport Management).
  Dean Gene Kutcher sits down to explore everything about the Business Freshman “Business in Action” experience with current Marketing major Kaitlyn Kurfuss ‘23, alum Isaiah Jean-Baptiste ‘20 and Professor Beverly Braddock.
Dean Gene Kutcher sits down with current student Ashika Gopalkrishnan '22, alumnus RahQuan King '19, and Finance & Economics Department chair Dr. Jason Chiu - all of whom will share advice and perspective on financial literacy for college students since now is the time to understand how your personal knowledge around money and finances can work for or against you.
Dean Gene Kutcher explores the athlete’s edge – how lessons and experiences that come from sports translates to other parts of life, such as school and career - with his guests current Business Bronc Kayla May ’22, Dr. Quinn Cunningham and alum Colin Jennings ’09.
Dean Gene Kutcher discusses how Accounting is evolving to have a greater focus on Business Analytics.at the Norm Brodsky College of Business with his guests Dr. Obeua Persons, senior Brianna Monroe '21, '22 and alum Patrick McDowell '11. As always, check out as one business Bronc student wins big in the Off the Clock game.
OTC Quick Cuts brings you the full Off the Clock Game as well as highlights of Dean Kutcher’s discussions with his guests so that you can listen on the go in under 30 minutes. Today’s topic is the Entrepreneurial Mindset at the Norm Brodsky College of Business with his guests Dr. Ron Cook, freshman Jayla Swann '24 (winner of the 2020 Norm Brodsky High School Business Competition) and alum Alex Simon '14.
Dean Gene Kutcher discusses the Entrepreneurial Mindset at the Norm Brodsky College of Business with his guests Dr. Ron Cook, freshman Jayla Swann '24 (winner of the 2020 Norm Brodsky High School Business Competition) and alum Alex Simon '14.
OTC Quick Cuts brings you the full Off the Clock Game as well as highlights of Dean Kutcher’s discussions with his guests so that you can listen on the go in under 30 minutes. Today’s topic is internships and co-ops with his guests Lindsay Alvarado (Career Advisor and Adjunct Faculty), senior Michelle Issac ‘21 and alum Andrew Toskovich ‘11.
Dean Gene Kutcher discusses the ins and outs of internships and co-ops for students at the Norm Brodsky College of Business with his guests Lindsay Alvarado (Career Advisor and Adjunct Faculty), senior Michelle Issac ‘21 and alum Andrew Toskovich ‘11
Dr. Gene Kutcher speaks about the human connection and the importance of continual learning in the business industry. 
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